Homemade Ham Glazes

3 Easy Homemade Ham Glazes for Your Easter Table

A precooked spiral-sliced ham is more than just a solid centerpiece to your holiday table — it’s also a really easy hosting hack. Our Spiral-Sliced Ham with Maple-Mustard Glaze just needs to warm up in the oven for 35 minutes, which means you can focus on hosting (and eating). Also: Our hams are from pigs that are raised with no antibiotics, ever, and no added hormones.*

But let’s say you want to add a little something extra to your precooked ham. Our Ham Dinner for 8 comes with a side of Maple-Mustard Glaze, but if you’re in a make-some-buy-some mood this spring and looking to make your own, read on. We’ve got you covered.

3 Must-Try Ham Glazes

Maple and Orange Marmalade Glaze

This sweet and savory ham has something for everyone. Maple syrup, marmalade and oranges team up with pepper and cinnamon for complex flavors that’ll make people think you worked on this all day.

Honey Glaze with Fresh Pineapple Chutney

Ham and pineapple are a match for more than just pizza. Sweet honey, rich brandy and tart pineapple and orange marry together in this simple dish and are spiced up a notch with chile flakes.

Sour Cherry Glaze

Remember that sour cherry spread you discovered in our Specialty department and then devoured along with your holiday Brie? It also makes the simplest glaze ever. Just add sherry vinegar and Dijon mustard.

*Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in raising pigs.

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