This Pineapple Honey Glazed Ham is drizzled with some delicious brown sugar honey glaze, then decorated beautifully and popped in the oven to cook up to perfection. This on your dinner table will for sure keep you on the list to make Thanksgiving dinner year after year!! If you want to be the go-to person for cooking ham, this gorgeous ham is your recipe! Whether it’s Easter, Mother’s Day, or simply craving. You will enjoy every bite!
Super simple to make and amazingly delicious. This honey-glazed ham is and will always be a head-turner at any table. It’s filled with a ton of flavor and can be served with just about any thanksgiving side. Southern green beans and white rice, just to name a few. You can’t go wrong with this honey-glazed ham. Not to mention how beautiful and decorative this ham is!
Brown Sugar-This is a must-have in this recipe because it’s the reason for the majority of the flavor and moistness. You can use dark or light brown sugar.
Pineapple Slices- Not only do the pineapples make this spiral ham taste really good, but it also makes it look gorgeous.
Pineapple Juice-Adds a ton of flavor. Compliments the brown sugar well.
Honey-Adds additional moisture to the ham and flavor, of course.
Maraschino Cherries-For decoration of the honey ham and also brings balance to the pineapple cherry sauce glaze for this ham.
This southern ham isn’t just a showstopper but also a time saver. The biggest task in this recipe is making honey-glazed sauce. Then throw it in the oven and watch the magic happen.
Note: The cook time on the ham will depend on the size of the ham. If you are unsure, use a meat thermometer to check if it has reached a safe internal temperature of 145 degrees.
When it comes to making this pineapple, honey-glazed ham, you have a variety of options to choose from, especially with the glaze.
Here are a few other ingredients you can try to incorporate into this recipe. I would only incorporate one of these items at a time. No more than 1 tablespoon.
Dijon Mustard- This can be added in for a tangier taste.
7 up Ham- Add in a splash of 7 up
Coke Ham-Yes, you heard me right. Add a splash of coke soda, and your tastebuds will thank you later.
Cajun Ham-Add a small amount of Cajun seasoning to your honey glaze mixture.
Ideas for leftover ham- a ham sandwich and ham fried rice.
You will need a baking dish, toothpicks, and aluminum foil.
You can store this spiral ham in an airtight Ziplock bag. You would remove the ham from the bone, place it in the Ziplock bag, and then refrigerate. If you want to keep the ham whole, you can wrap the ham in aluminum foil. Loosely wrap the ham.
Yes, you can freeze your ham to preserve it.
Yes, they are gluten-free.
A ham will last in the refrigerator for three to five days.
Uncured ham has no injections of any type of chemical to preserve the ham and is considered to be healthier.
November 17, 2022