This ham glaze is delicious and simple to make. All you need is brown sugar, orange juice and honey! Mix in a bowl and brush over ham for a classic family recipe!
Make It Easy
Many ham glaze recipes suggest that you boil the ingredients, but honestly, if you’re making a ham on the holidays, you’re probably already trying to make up time. For this recipe you don’t need to boil anything, just throw the ingredients in a bowl and mix with a spoon. That’s it.
What is Ham Glaze Made Of?
This recipe uses simple ingredients that you most likely have in your pantry to make a sweet glaze that the entire family will love. If by chance you’re missing any of these ingredients, check out my substitutions list below.
- brown sugar
- orange juice
I always try to include this section as I know sometimes we forget we’re missing something in our pantry. As always, try to stick to the original recipe if possible.
- If you don’t have orange juice, you can use pineapple juice instead. You can even add some additional pineapple chunks in it too! Who else loves the taste of ham and pineapple?
- Don’t have honey? You can use pure maple syrup instead.
How Long to Bake a Ham?
The rule I use to making ham is cooking it 10 minutes per pound in the oven at 350 degrees. This is the suggestion if your’e starting with a fully cooked ham.
To keep it juicy, I recommend always cooking ham cut side down so it soaks up all the natural juices. This makes it really yummy!
You can also make ham in the slow cooker, which makes a really juicy ham!
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- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup cup orange juice
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- Mix brown sugar, orange juice, honey and cinnamon in a small bowl until the brown sugar dissolves. Brush over ham.
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