Crockpot Honey Mustard Ham & Beans

I got this recipe off of but changed it a bit to add beans! What’s a ham without beans!! OMG I’m never cooking ham any other way! This was so tasty and my hubby loved the beans on top of his Smashed Bliss Potatoes!! I made this a second time and served it with a Grilled Corn & Asparagus. With the beans it was plenty as a meal! It got a lot of good reviews too, here are just a few:

***** (5 Stars) LOVE it!
Wow, this is my go-to ham recipe from now on. The glaze is so good I could eat it with a spoon. And the crockpot makes the ham so moist. Yummmmmm!!!!
**** (5 Stars) SO good
“I’m never cooking my ham any other way ever again, this was so good. the combo of apple juice and mustard is spicy and sweet, the perfect thing to put on a ham. Delish!”
***** (5 Stars) Super good,
“This is a fabulous ham recipe. I served it with a rice pilaf to soak up the sauce. Thanks so much!”


  • 5 lb. bone in fully cooked ham (I used 1 lb of sliced ham that was already packaged)
  • 1 Can of Baked Beans (16 oz) I used 98% Fat Free
  • 1/3 cup apple juice (I used apple cider)
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 Tbsp. honey
  • 1 Tbsp. mustard
  • 1/8 tsp. pepper


Place ham in 4-5 quart crockpot.
Combine Apple juice, brown sugar, beans, honey, mustard, and pepper in a small bowl and blend well.  (I actually didn’t have apple juice in the house so I substituted it with water…….STILL plenty of flavor!!
Spread over ham. Cover crockpot and cook on low for 6-8 hours. (Mine cooked on low for 4 hours) I think next time I’ll add two cans of beans!
Slice and serve.
Note: I’ve also bought a lb. of ham that was already packaged, it was basically just a large chunk of ham, I was able to cut it in half and it served me, my husband, and my daughter. My crock cooks very fast so I only cooked it for 4-5 hours. It was super moist!!! You can basically use any cut of Ham as long as it fits in your crock!!! MMMMMMmmmmmm…

2 thoughts on “Crockpot Honey Mustard Ham & Beans

  1. Only one little can of baked beans for a 5-lb ham? It is more as flavoring and less as a side? Just doesn’t sound like many beans.

    1. It was enough for my husband and I plus a lunch for him the next day. I remember this recipe, I added the beans because it wasn’t in the original recipe so If your serving more, I say add some more! Go for it, can’t hurt 🙂

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