Sunday, April 2, 2017

Crockpot Baked Ham

Easter ham is a favorite of mine. It's kind of a tradition that I have that if there isn't a ham of some sort in my refrigerator I'm thinking I'm missing something.  Ham is so easy to serve and even when unexpected company stops by whip out the ham and some bread or rolls and yep you have it covered.  

The recipe below is how I made a small half of a boneless ham in my crockpot.  The recipe originally called for several spices I didn't have in my pantry so I just added a few things I did have and it was delicious.

Here is my original post.  I made it for the first time at Christmas.  Enjoy!

I had bought an approximately 3# cooked ham and viewed a few recipes but either I didn't have all the ingredients or they just didn't appeal to me so I put this little beauty of a ham in my crockpot and added a few of the ingredients I happened to have in the house.  I think it's a winner and so easy!  I'm sharing this as an early Christmas Gift to you.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone! 

The finished Product!  You're going to love it!!

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1- approx. 3# cooked boneless ham
1-10 oz. Sweet and Sour Sauce
1- 6oz. pineapple juice
1 cup chopped peaches(drained) ,dried apricots or other dried fruit of choice

Note: If you are using canned peaches, you do not have to use the juice because there is enough liquid.

Place ham in crockpot.  Mix ingredients and pour over top.  Cook on high approx. 6 hours or low 8 hours. Serve as is with all the good stuff surrounding the plate or:

Note:  After ham is cooked you can strain drippings and thicken sauce with a little cornstarch if you would like.  Serve on a soft or crusty roll or with a baked potato or salad.  Yum

Happy Baking and Cooking from my kitchen to yours,

12/21/12 original
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