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Updated: Dec 6, 2022

When it comes to serving Ham in my household we prefer Spiral Ham over the regular kind, you don’t have to worry about trying to cut the slices evenly and when it comes to baking it, you don’t have to trim off a lot of fat like you would if you had a regular ham. The last time I bought a whole ham with the bone in, I had to trim off a lot of fat before baking it. I like a spiral ham because when you glaze it, the ham glaze goes all in-between the slices and the ham comes out tasting delicious with all that amazing glaze dripping on every slice.

In my household I normally prepare spiral ham 2 times out of the year and that would be on Easter and Christmas and believe me when those 2 holidays come around, we are more than ready to devour that ham. That’s the great thing about the holidays, you prepare a meal that you do not fix all through the year and that really makes it special. Even though it does not take much to prepare a spiral ham, I wanted to put one on the site because a lot of my friends were asking me to do so.

Like I said in my video, it is very easy to make, just follow the directions that comes with the ham and garnish it the way you want, so easy to do, but I do recommend putting the pineapple on because it gives the ham such and amazing flavor, and don’t forget the cherries and toothpicks to hold the pineapple slices on the ham. Make one of these for your family guys and Enjoy!



1 Half Boneless Spiral Ham

Pineapple slices

Maraschino Cherries

Whole Clove

Ham Glaze


Prepare Ham per directions

Bake Ham per directions

Make Glaze included with Ham

Glaze Ham Add Pineapple, Cherries, and Cloves

Continue baking for about 15 minutes uncovered at 425F Degrees Enjoy!


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