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Apricot and Honey Glazed Ham

Apricot and Honey Glazed HamApricot and Honey Glazed Ham

Nutritional Breakdown for 1 Tablespoon of Glaze ONLY

Calories 20 (94% from fat)
Fat 2 gram
Saturated Fat 0 gram
Trans Fat 0 gram
Cholesterol 0 mg.
Sodium 25 mg.
Carb. 7 gram
Fiber 1.4 gram
Sugar 0 gram
Sugar Alcohol 3 gram
Protein 0 gram

Breakdown with Glaze and 3 OZ. of Ham

Calories 120 (42% from fat)
Fat 5.6 gram
Saturated Fat 1.5 gram
Trans Fat 0 gram
Cholesterol 35 mg.
Sodium 815 mg.
Carb. 10 gram
Fiber 1.4 gram
Sugar 2 gram
Sugar Alcohol 3 gram
Protein 14 gram


1/2 cup sugar free apricot preserves
(We used Smucker's Sugar Free Apricot Preserves.)

2 Tbsp. sugar free orange marmalade
(We used Smucker's Sugar Free Orange Marmalade.)

3 Tbsp. sugar free honey
(We used Honey Tree's Sugar Free Imitation Honey.)

1 Tbsp. Hot Mustard


1 Pre-Cooked Ham - 3-5 Pounds

This is a glaze for ham that can be made in under five minutes. It’s perfect for a small ham of 3-5 pounds. If you’re making something bigger, just double the recipe.

This recipe is higher in sodium. If you're on a reduced sodium diet, you should consider another recipe.


1. Put all the ingredients into a microwave safe bowl. Then heat for 30 seconds, take out of the microwave and stir together. The glaze is ready. (Serving size is 1 tablespoon per serving.)


Most hams come pre-cooked, you just have to warm them up. Here’s how to GLAZE a pre-cooked ham.

1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Put the ham in an oven safe pan and fill it with 1/4 cup of water. Cover the ham with aluminum foil. Then bake the ham for about 20 minutes per pound.

3. About 20 minutes before ham is finished cooking, remove from the oven. Pour out any excess water from the pan. Then pour the glaze over top the ham and return to the oven, bake uncovered for a final 20 minutes.

Apricot and Honey Glazed HamApricot and Honey Glazed Ham

4. Remove from the oven and slice. If you’d like more glaze to serve on the side, prepare it now.

Ham Tips from Real Simple Magazine, April 2019 - A bone-in ham will yield moister and more flavorful meat than the boneless variety. Expect 8 to 12 ounces of bone-in-ham per person.

To carve a bone-in ham, make vertical slices perpendicular to the bone; cut along the bone to release the slices.

Yield: 14 Servings for Glaze - Ham is Variable Based on Weight

Apricot and Honey Glazed Ham 

Apricot and Honey Glazed Ham

This is a Freezer Friendly Recipe!

You can freeze individual portions for easy re-heating later.

Microwave for approximately 1-2 minutes. Keep the container open a little to allow steam to escape.

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