Copycat Honey Baked Ham in the Slow Cooker

This copycat honey baked ham recipe tastes just like the store-bought version – the glaze is an exact flavor duplicate! It's a slow cooker friendly recipe too!

We aren't near a Honey Baked Ham anymore to even considering making a purchase for the holidays. We never did anyway since our families always prepared the main proteins during our big dinners.

If you want to recreate the same flavor that Honey Baked Ham has, try this copycat recipe. It's simple and can be made in the slow cooker – BONUS! This will make you wondering why you ever purchased a ham to begin with!

Copycat Honey Baked Ham Ingredients

  • 7-8 lb Spiral Sliced Ham
  • 1 cup, Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup, Pure Maple Syrup
  • 12 oz, Pineapple Juice

Ingredients for Honey Baked Hame

How to Make Honey Baked Ham

  1. Unwrap ham and place flat side down in a large slow cooker. Throw away glaze packet and any plastic pieces that cover the bone.
  2. Rub brown sugar over the sides.
  3. Pour on maple syrup and pineapple juice.
  4. Cook on low for 4 hours.
  5. Baste ham with the juices from the bottom of the slow cooker.

Can I cook the Honey Baked Ham in my Instant Pot?

Yes, you can cook your ham in the Instant Pot! Seal the ham well in aluminum foil to preserve all the delicious honey baked juices! Cook the ham for 2 minutes per pound on high pressure.

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Copycat Honey Baked Ham in the Slow Cooker

Try this copycat recipe to make a Honey Baked Ham in the slow cooker. So easy and so good!

  • Author: Savings Lifestyle: Andrea
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Ingredients

  • 78 lb Spiral Sliced Ham
  • 1 cup, Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup, Pure Maple Syrup
  • 12 oz, Pineapple Juice

Instructions

  1. Unwrap ham and place flat side down in a large slow cooker. Throw away glaze packet and any plastic pieces that cover the bone.
  2. Rub brown sugar over the sides.
  3. Pour on maple syrup and pineapple juice.
  4. Cook on low for 4 hours.
  5. Baste ham with the juices from the bottom of the slow cooker.

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