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Slow Cooker Ham

For a delicious, no-fuss ham that is juicy and good, try this slow cooker sensation with only two ingredients! It’s a great recipe for a busy Christmas or Easter dinner, when everyone’s gathered together, and you’d rather socialize with friends and family than exile yourself to the kitchen.

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8hrs 15mins
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  • 1. Spread about 1 1/2 cups of brown sugar on the bottom of the slow cooker crock. Place the ham flat side down into the slow cooker - you might have to trim it a little to make it fit. Use your hands to rub the remaining brown sugar onto the ham. Cover, and cook on Low for 8 hours.
  • My note: I have sometime used a 9-lb spiral cut honey cured ham with the stated brown sugar amounts and cooked on low for 4 hours. I sealed over the ham with foil and then put on the lid. The ham was delicious and very moist. This is a great option for large family gatherings when your oven is being used for other dishes. I'll definitely do this again.
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"For a delicious, no-fuss ham that is juicy and good, try this slow cooker sensation with only two ingredients! It’s a great recipe for a busy Christmas or Easter dinner, when everyone’s gathered together, and you’d rather socialize with friends and family than exile yourself to the kitchen."
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  1. Catbird
    This is pretty much the only way I make ham anymore. So easy and good. Thanks for posting.
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  2. CHEF GRPA
    For a delicious, no-fuss ham that is juicy and good, try this slow cooker sensation with only two ingredients! It’s a great recipe for a busy Christmas or Easter dinner, when everyone’s gathered together, and you’d rather socialize with friends and family than exile yourself to the kitchen.
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