Confession time. I had to dust off the Crock Pot before I could make this Crock Pot Ham Recipe. I have a crock pot problem! I love them! I have (too) many of them! I forget to use them! Seriously, there are at least six different crock pots in this house and there is usually only two of us eating a meal. What emptynest couple needs six crock pots? Apparently, I don’t since I forget to use them.
Last week, I actually remembered to pull it out and try a Crock Pot Ham Recipe. I kept seeing these recipes all over my Pinterest feed, but was skeptical of putting a whole ham in the crock pot to cook. I am happy to admit that my skepticism was way off. This Crock Pot Ham Recipe is DELICIOUS!! Juicy, tender and all kinds of yum!
I opted to use a boneless fully cooked ham in my Crock Pot Ham Recipe. I did a Pinterest Remake of the recipe posted by TheFrugalGirls.Com. I modified the recipe to fit our families preferences and had to make a few ingredient subsitutions due to lack of ingredients. I also have a problem of going to the grocery store and not coming home with the items on my shopping list. The list is usually at home on the counter after I get to the store. (FAIL)
Crock Pot Ham Recipe
- 4 to 5 lb fully cooked boneless ham (make sure it will fit in your crock pot)
- 4 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 1 cup cherry juice (You can use pineapple juice or even maple syrup. I had to use cherry juice because I left the pineapple juice at the grocery store.)
Mix together fruit juice and mustard.
Place the ham in the Crock Pot.
Coat the ham with juice/mustard mixture.
You can add cherries or pineapples to top of ham, if you wish.
Place lid on Crock Pot and cook on high for 2 hours or low for 4 hours.
Check the internal temperature of your ham and it will be done at 165 degrees. This will prevent over cooking.
Slice, serve and enjoy!
- 4 - 5 lb Fully Cooked Boneless Ham
- 4 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard
- 1 Cup Cherry Juice
- Mix together fruit juice and mustard.
- Place the ham in the Crock Pot.
- Coat the ham with juice/mustard mixture.
- You can add cherries or pineapples to top of ham, if you wish.
- Place lid on Crock Pot and cook on high for 2 hours or low for 4 hours.
- Check the internal temperature of your ham and it will be done at 165 degrees. This will prevent over cooking.
- Slice, serve and enjoy!
I need to get better at this whole Crock Pot thing. When the kids were at home I used my Crock Pots all of the time. Now they just collect dust. This ham was so easy to make. It was juicy and had a lot of flavor. We cooked the whole ham, ate one meal and froze all of the leftovers for future meals. I like having the ready to serve foods in the freezer for easy meals. I am going to add “Get better at using the Crock Pot” to my to do list!
Do you use a Crock Pot?
We are excited to team up this month with a few of our favorite bloggers to share with you 22 Creative Spring Projects. Yes, spring is going to be here before you know it. I hope you find a few projects or new recipe ideas to keep you busy.
For more Pinterest remakes, visit a few of my favorite bloggers:
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- Thumbprint Flower Pot by Upstate Ramblings
- Fruity Pebbles Treats Recipe by Mom Always Finds Out
- Faux Gilded Easter Eggs by How Was Your Day?
- Flourless Banana Oatmeal Muffins by Food Fun Family
- Strawberry Meringue Dream Clouds by A Day in Motherhood
- Baseball Subway Art Printable by Kids Fun Reviewed
- Tuna Noodle Casserole the Whole Family Will Actually Love by Views from the Ville
- Coconut Oil Fudge by Jen Around the World
- Cheesy Irish Soda Bread by Mom Does it All
- Strawberry Mojito Cupcake Recipe by 2Boys+1Girl=OneCrazyMom
- Dr. Seuss Hand print Craft: Thing 1 and Thing 2 by Beyond Mommying
- Taco Pizza by Sincerely Mindy
- Mini Irish Flag Fruit Skewers for St. Patrick’s Day by Baby Loving Mama
- Beeswax and Coconut Oil Tart Melts by Savvy Saving Couple
- Packing the Perfect Plane Bag by The Guavalicious Life
- Nail Polish Marbled Coasters by Style on Main
- Easy Breakfast Burrito Recipe with Potatoes by Roasted Beanz
- BLT Pinwheels by Sugar, Spice and Family Life
- How to make Easter Blondie Bites by Mommy Snippets
- Easy Homemade Hand Scrub Recipe by The Socialite’s Closet