Ham and Pineapple With Rice {Crock Pot}

This is one of my freezer crock pot cooking meals that I used in this post over at my other blog, Loving My Nest. Check it out!

This is SUPER simple and easy but very yummy and kid friendly.

Ham and Pineapple with Rice

Ham and Pineapple With Rice

Ingredients

~2.5 lbs Ham
2 cans Pineapple Chunks (undrained)
Rice

Directions

Slice Ham into serving sized portions and put in gallon zip lock bag. Add pineapple chunks with juice. Freeze. Thaw and cook in crock pot on low 6-8 hours or high 4-5. Serve with rice.

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12 thoughts on “Ham and Pineapple With Rice {Crock Pot}

  1. This sounds wonderful. I have been looking for crock pot meals to try, though it’s been years since I’ve cooked one. As a working mom I just have to come up with something simpler for our nighttime meal than cooking 40 minutes every night after work and picking up our girls at aftercare! I’ll give this a try, and because I have to have something green every night on the table, I’ll also add broccoli spears to the bag. Not sure how they’ll cook up, but worth the try!
    Thanks so much for the recipes, Jessica. Makes life so much easier when dinner is preplanned!

  2. You’re right. I assumes she split her ingredients into two bags. But after studying the bags they look like 1 ham 2 cans each. I’m making this tonight and now I’m wondering!!!

    1. Yeah Melissa, I split the 2.5 lbs of ham into two, and dumped one can of pineapple chunks into each. Hope that was right. Let me know how it turns out, this is one that I am especially excited about!

  3. I see two bags in the photo. Does each bag contain one can of pineapple chunks (with about one lb of ham slices) or two cans as called for in the recipe (with all 2.5 lbs of ham) ?

  4. I too am wondering if this is cooked/uncooked ham and what size cans pineapple chunks? There are 2 different sizes I’ve seen.

  5. I love all of your ideas for stocking the freezer with crockpot meals! It would be so great if you could post some pics of the finished dishes. Can’t wait to try this one. Is this a cooked ham or an uncooked one before frozen?

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