Brown Sugar Ham Glaze in a Slow Cooker

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Brown sugar ham glaze can be made quickly and easily in a slow cooker by following a few basic steps. Make brown sugar ham glaze in a slow cooker with help from an experienced food advertiser in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Monte Mathews from, and today I'm going to show you how to use a brown sugar glaze to make ham in a Crock-Pot. Now the first thing we're going to do here is I've made up this brown sugar glaze that consists of one cup of brown sugar, one half cup of mustard and eight ounces of jam and we used peach jam for this particular glaze. Normally I glaze my ham, my all natural ham with my original glaze that is made in a certified organic kitchen here on Long Island but if you want something different, just go with any kind of jam that you'd like to put onto your ham and very simply mix these two things together and then just start glazing the ham on the top. Now when you're cooking a ham in a slow cooker you must have some liquid in the bottom. This will keep the ham moist and it will give it some wonderful flavor. I'm using orange juice. You could use virtually any fruit juice you'd like, apple juice, pineapple juice, anything that gives you the flavor that you want in your ham. So now we take this beautifully glazed ham and we put it into the slow cooker submerging the outer face of the ham, the part that you can see, put the cover on and that's it. Just walk away from it and in an hour or so come back, re-glaze the ham and keep building up an outer glaze of delicious brown sugar and in this case peach jelly and you'll have a wonderful ham that frees up your oven for cooking anything else you want to serve and that's it. I'm Monte Mathews from My all natural hams are available at and I hope you'll take a look and see all the wonderful things we have to offer.


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