24 So Yummy Quick & Easy healthy Baked Ham Recipes That Are A Must Try

Holidays are a pretty good reason for serving up a baked ham, but you should also consider baking a ham if you’re having a good crowd for dinner. They’re so easy to make, they feed a lot of people, they’re quite elegant, and leftovers are awesome! With the holidays approaching rather quickly, consider baking a ham with a simple glaze for your holiday dinner with the family.
In this collection of these 24 So Yummy Quick & Easy healthy Baked Ham Recipes That Are A Must Try involve a very simple-to-make glaze that turns plain ham into something special! you’ll find recipes for Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, Bourbon Orange Glazed Ham, Peach and Ginger Glazed Honey Ham, Sticky Glazed Asian Ham and many more ideas. You’re bound to find a recipe that is perfect for your guests in this fabulous bunch.
Most of these 24 So Yummy Quick & Easy healthy Baked Ham Recipes That Are A Must Try involve a very simple-to-make glaze that turns plain ham into something special!


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I love that this recipe is so incredibly easy to make. The ham is simply roasted in the oven. A sweet glaze is brushed on toward the end of baking. And it turns out so perfect!
This recipe is exactly what I needed to make entertaining easy. I don’t like to feel overwhelmed in the kitchen when I have a lot of relatives milling about the house. I’d rather prepare a stress-free dinner and have time for visiting instead. We all loved this ham!
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Oven-Roasted Cranberry-Dijon Glazed Ham

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Ain’t nothin better than an oven-roasted homemade ham glaze I say. This recipe uses fresh cranberries, meaning it’s perfect for the holiday season! I love the zing that the dijon mustard adds too. This recipe that shows you how to glaze a ham is super easy to throw together!
Do you always cook a turkey? Do you make ham, roast, lamb, something else? If your family loves ham this recipe is for you! It starts with fresh cranberries on the stove which are cooked and pureed with dijon mustard and some brown sugar. The sauce is super quick to make, and then all you have to do is get the ham in the oven and brush it a few times. Easy peasy. There is some cayenne pepper in the recipe, which gives it a fun little kick (reminiscent of this Raspberry Chipotle Glazed Ham).
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Brown Sugar Bourbon Pineapple Glazed Ham

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This kicked-up Brown Sugar Bourbon Pineapple Glazed Ham is packed with sweet and spicy flavors. Dotted with whole cloves, it’s covered in a brown sugar bourbon-pineapple laced glaze that’s simply spectacular. It’s at the top of my list of company worthy glaze recipes perfect for holidays and special occasions. It’s mouthwatering and guaranteed to be the star of any meal.
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This Peach and Ginger Glazed Ham is going to steal the show at your next holiday dinner! My tried and true four ingredient glaze that couldn’t be any easier! I’ve even made a video to show you just how easy this is!
We enjoy ham for just about every holiday and it’s always a great main dish for any family get together. Take your holiday ham to the next level of deliciousness with this easy peach and ginger glaze recipe!
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Simple, yet glamourous….yes, I said glamourous. This easy to make Bourbon Honey Baked Ham is dripping with flavor, lightly spiced with a burst of bourbon and honey glaze. A stellar and stunning centerpiece for any holiday gathering.
If you’re not a Bourbon fan, don’t worry…you can make this Cranberry Glazed Ham OR this Mango Ginger baby.…it’s divine! And when you’re done with your holiday dinner…..looking at a pile of leftovers….try out this slow cooker soup or THIS breakfast casserole. Both of them are totally amazing!
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Sticky Glazed Asian Ham

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The recipe makes quite a bit of glaze, but don’t waste it all on the basting of the ham. Save some for dipping, it’s the best part. And do watch the glaze as it’s coming to a boil. You don’t need to scrub your stovetop too since I already took care of that chore for you.
The ham I bought was a smoked ham which really complimented the Asian flavors. Highly recommend.
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