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Slow Cooker Honey-Mustard Glazed Ham | 12 Days of Christmas With Six Sisters’ Stuff Cookbook Giveaway

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21 Responses
  1. Fran

    My 7 lb fully cooked bone in ham was way over done at 8 hours on low, and I’m not sure lessening to 6 hours would have saved it.

    1. Lee

      Thanks for posting about the time being over. My mom thought 8 hours sounded too long for an already cooked ham & im making this tomorrow to be ready at same time as turkey, so timing is key.

      1. Hi Lee!! A lot of it depends on your slow cooker. I have gone through three in the last 10 years and they all cooked at different temperpatures. I would definitely start checking at the 6th hour, but it might need more than that. The commenter above, Fran, used a 7 pound ham, and if yours is a bit bigger, you will definitely need at least 6 hours. I hope this helps! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

    1. Linda

      you might want to try a couple of tablespoons of creamy horseradish. The mustard gives it a little zip. Actually, I think you could leave the mustard out and not notice too much of a difference. Also for a crunchy covering you could put extra brown sugar on the outside when the ham is done and flame melt it for a sweet coating.

  2. Tina

    My slow cooker has become my best friend now that I’m living with my boyfriend.. he doesn’t complain because dinner is ready when he wants and I can’t complain either – I’m able to do a thousand other things while dinner is cooking!
    This sounds like a fantastic idea… I wanted to buy a Honey Baked Ham for dinner and sandwiches and soup but they’re so prohibitively expensive I almost tossed that out the window.

    Not any more!
    I’ll share my feedback when everything is done cooking!
    So excited, thank you!

    1. Hi!!! Yes, the slow cooker is my right hand man these days. It’s hard to keep up with kids, work, sports, games, studying… grrrrr! Why didn’t anyone tell me growing up was hard to do. 😉 Have a wonderful day!!

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