Slow Cooker Cranberry Mustard Spiral Ham

Slow Cooker Cranberry Mustard Spiral Ham

Slow Cooker Cranberry Mustard Spiral Ham
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The holidays are always stressful, so don't make things worse by cooking complicated recipes. Slow Cooker Cranberry Mustard Spiral Ham is so easy - you'll be able to spend more time with your family instead of in the kitchen. Just put the ham in the slow cooker around mid-day, make the simple cranberry mustard recipe, and you'll have a delicious meal ready for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. The ham comes out of the slow cooker tender and juicy, so it tastes fantastic even when reheated as leftovers. You won't be disappointed with this no-stress spiral ham recipe.

Slow Cooker Time LOW6 hr

Cooking MethodSlow Cooker

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I think our slow cooker cooks hotter than most. Because of that, I think I over heated ours a bit. The flavors of the sauce that gets poured on top were lost. It was somewhat sweet, tender, and juicy. If you read the post, there's also a recipe for a mustard to go with the ham. I made that too, and it is wonderful! If you want the typical mustard flavor, you would need to adjust to your liking. But I really enjoyed it.

I'm kind of amazed by this because I would not think to put a ham in a slow cooker! I'd be terrified it would dry out. This tutorial says it comes out tender and the sauce sounds really yummy. I usually heat up my spiral ham by laying out slices on a cookie sheet and then heating for about 10 minutes. I noticed it dries up quickly though so I'd love to give this a try.

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