Honey Mustard Brown Sugar Ham
- 1 (8-10 pound) Fully Cooked Spiral Slice Half Ham
- ½ cup honey
- ½ cup whole grain mustard, dijon, or honey mustard
- 1 cup peach fruit spread, (apricot or pineapple is good too)
- 1 cup packed brown sugar
- heavy duty foil to wrap ham
- Begin by combining peach preserves, honey, brown sugar, and mustard, in a mixing bowl.
- Remove ham from packaging and discard plastic disk covering bone.
- With a basting brush, lift each slice of ham and brush with the sauce. Brush more sauce all over the outside of the ham too, using about half of the sauce.
- Place ham flat side down on a large sheet of foil. Transfer wrapped ham to large roasting pan and let stand at room temperature for ½ hour.
- Adjust oven rack to lowest position and heat oven to 300˚ degrees.
- Bake Honey Mustard Brown Sugar Ham until internal temperature registers 100˚ degrees, 1½ to 2½ hours. Loosen the foil and use an instant read thermometer to easily get a reading.
- Remove ham from oven and unwrap. Increase oven temperature to 425˚ degrees. Using a basting brush, paint ham with glaze.
- Return to oven and bake until dark brown and caramelized, about 20 minutes.
- Transfer ham to cutting board, loosely tent with foil, and let rest 15 minutes.
- Following step-by-step directions (that came with your ham), carve ham.
- Serve and enjoy.
Did your Spiral Sliced Ham come with Ham Glaze Mix?
I know in all the glazed ham recipes that you read it says to ditch the ham glaze mix packet that comes with your spiral-cut ham. What? Please don’t do it, cause there are so many great ways to use it.
Here are 3 quick ways!
Breakfast: Sprinkle it on hot oatmeal and add milk, YUM!
Lunch: Create a killer BLT, sprinkle it over bacon before cooking, add lettuce and tomato.
Dinner: In 5, rub it on a ham slice, throw it in a flying pan with a little olive oil till it caramelizes.
Dessert: Use it as the beginnings of a streusel topping, add butter and flour, for muffins, pies, or cakes.
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