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Slow-Cooked Maple Ham

Slow-Cooked Maple Ham


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Sweet and smoky slow-cooker ham

Recipe Courtesy of Chef Alyssa and ALDI

Free up oven space with this amazing sweet and savory, always tender ham.

Ingredients

For the Slow-Cooked Maple Ham

  • 20 Ounces canned pineapple chunks, such as Sweet Harvest Pineapple Chunks
  • 8 Pounds smoked ham butt, such as Appleton Farms Smoked Ham Butt
  • 1 Cup pure maple syrup, such as Selected 100% Pure Maple Syrup
  • 1 Cup brown sugar, such as Baker's Corner Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 Teaspoon ground black pepper

Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!


Slow Cooked Candied Maple Brown Sugar Ham and Baby Carrots

Yesterday I was working on a huge paper for my graduate class and had no time for anything! My husband was running to the store and asked if I wanted anything. I had the sudden craving for ham so I had him pick one up. Then, I literally spent five minutes throwing this together in the crock pot. I love how quick and easy it is and that I have one side ready with the ham without any extra work. This worked out for our lazy Sunday at home but its also perfect for a beautiful Easter Dinner!



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