This will work for any ham and it comes out delicious every time! I doesn’t matter if you use a pre-cooked ham, one with a glaze (or not), if you want to add pineapple – it’s all good!
First you will need a crockpot (the larger the better) and tinfoil (lots of it). My favorite ham is a spiral-sliced with a brown sugar glaze.
Wrap the ham in the tinfoil so that as little of the natural juices will leak out as possible. Before you completely close it off, be sure to add any glaze or topping. Put it in the crock pot and cover. DON’T add water. If the lid doesn’t fit, that’s okay. You can use a make-shift cover out of tin-foil. Cook on low for the day or on high for approximately 1/2 the day (for a pre-cooked ham).
Since I first cooked a ham this way, no one in my house wants it any other way.
Oh yeah, and what to do with the leftovers? Throw the ham back in the crock pot with some potatoes, carrots, and onions and you have yourself a yummy ham stew.