Who is excited for Thanksgiving?
I am!! We are headed to Arizona to spend the holiday with the family and we couldn’t be more excited. We won’t be heading home for Christmas so we’ll be spending a good week and a half back home this month. The kids can barely contain themselves and neither can I. 😉
I know my mom and aunts have already created a menu and it’s going to be one fun day of eating. One of the recipe ideas that I always look forward to is my aunt Georgie’s Crock Pot Brown Sugar Glazed Ham. It is the juiciest, sweetest ham you’ll ever try. EVERYONE loves it, and it’s probably my favorite dish that is served each year. And although Turkey is the most popular food that day, my family also makes this ham and usually one or two chicken dishes (did I mention we have a BIG group of us that gets together that day?!) 😉
If you love a delicious ham recipe, give this one a try. I made it for Easter this year when my husband and all his students came over and everyone enjoyed it. The best part?? It’s SO easy to make!! Most of it is done in the slow cooker which makes it even better!
- 7-9 pound ham
- drippings/liquid from cooked ham
- 2-3 cups brown sugar
- ½ cup pineapple juice
- Add your ham to your slow cooker and cook for 2-3 hours as directed on package instructions.
- Once done, take your ham out and place excess liquid into a pot. Slice ham and place back in the crock pot.
- Add 2-3 cups brown sugar and pineapple juice to the liquid and bring to a rolling boil. Pour over the sliced ham and cook on warm or low for an hour.
- Serve warm
Cook the ham as instructed on the package directions. Once cooked, take it out and slice it.
Once the ham is sliced, put it back in the slow cooker and add your juices and cook for another hour or so.
I am seriously SO excited about eating this again in the next few weeks.
I know you’ll love it too!!
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