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Crock Pot Mt. Dew-Pineapple Ham

I have always heard of folks using a cola when basting a ham, but never a citrus drink. It's flavorful and the sugar in it works well, giving a sweet delicious glaze that will make your ham shine. The weight and size of the ham does not have to be 7 lbs. This is a rather large ham, so feel free to use a smaller or larger ham, whatever you will need.

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8hrs 5mins
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directions

  • Place the ham in the crock pot.
  • Pour the Mountain Dew onto the ham.
  • Spread the pineapple over the ham's surface with the juice.
  • Stud the ham with as many cherries as desired and add the juice.
  • Cover and cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 7-8 hours based on the size of the ham.
  • Baste the ham occasionally.
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"I have always heard of folks using a cola when basting a ham, but never a citrus drink. It's flavorful and the sugar in it works well, giving a sweet delicious glaze that will make your ham shine. The weight and size of the ham does not have to be 7 lbs. This is a rather large ham, so feel free to use a smaller or larger ham, whatever you will need."
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  1. iokenwa
    This was a great recipe. The ham came out so succulent. 7lbs was way to big for my crock pot, so shaved it down to 4lbs. Filled the crock pot with mountain dew and dumped all the cherries on top of the meat and poured half the cherry juice into the mixture. Cooked on low for about 8 hours and then drained the juices but garnished the meat with the cherries. My girlfriend comes from a big Italian family and they take holiday cooking very seriously, so she was a bit skeptical when I told her I was going to try this recipe. However she was completely blown away by the results. The meat maintained it's moisture for several days and even after being microwaved. Thanks for the great recipe!
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  2. ygbif
    What a suprise, my husband loved it. We love pineapple and ham to start with, but what great flavor and it was very tender. A keeper!
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  3. mmsbin
    I made this recipe for Christmas. The only thing I did different was cook it in the oven for 3 hours, the ham did not fit in my crock pot.
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  4. Impera_Magna
    I made this recipe for Easter dinner and admit that I did not use Mt Dew... forgot to buy it. So... I subbed apple juice. Necessity is the mother of invention! :) The crushed pineapple stuck to the ham well and I put the cherries in little pineapple "nests"... and they stuck on well also. I basted four times during the four-hour cooking time (on HIGH)... however, next time, I am only going to cook for 3 hours.... as my crockpot seems to be turbo-charged.... or maybe 2 hours on HIGH and 2 hours on LOW. Anyhoo... the ham was outstanding and it couldn't have been easier. I don't think I'm gonna bake a ham in the oven again.
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  5. Chef23
    This was a big hit at the last holiday dinner, we'll be making this often
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