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This Maple Peach Glazed Spiral Ham is so easy to prepare with just 5 minutes of prep and five ingredients. Maple syrup, mustard, peach preserves, and thyme take this favorite holiday ham recipe to the next level!
Want to prepare the perfect roast for the holidays? Look no further than this juicy, flavorful, and easy Maple Peach Glazed Spiral Ham! It’s one of Shaw’s Supermarket Signature Roasts recipes and only requires 5 ingredients to make!
This gorgeous ham is sure to be the talk of the table with its tender meat, sweet and salty flavor, and impressive layers. But what you’re really going to love about it is how simple it is to make this delicious dish!
Spiral Ham Ingredients
All of Shaw’s Holiday Roast recipes are easy to find! While shopping, look for the sign toppers in the meat department with the QR code, scan it, and the ingredients list and recipe will appear on your phone!
For this Glazed Ham recipe, you’ll need a Signature SELECT™ spiral ham, Signature SELECT™ pure maple syrup, Signature SELECT™ peach preserves, O Organics® grainy mustard, and O Organics® thyme. You’ll also need some water for the cooking process.
I shopped at Shaw’s in Maine, but you can find their exclusive line of products including Lucerne®, Signature SELECT™, O Organics®, and Open Nature®, at any of the Albertsons Companies family of stores. This includes Albertsons, Safeway, ACME Markets, Jewel-Osco, Vons, Randalls, Star Market, and Tom Thumb.
How To Make A Glazed Spiral Ham
This recipe is so easy to make, but your family will think you spend hours in the kitchen preparing it!
RECIPE NOTE: One of the great things about spiral hams is that they’re actually pre-cooked, so they reheat pretty fast and they only need to get to 135 degrees F when reheating!
HAM: Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F and unwrap the ham and discard the brown sugar glaze that comes with it – the one you’ll make is better! Place the ham in a roasting pan and add enough water so it comes up the sides of the pan about 1/4 inch.
Insert a few toothpicks to help hold the layers together then cover the ham loosely with aluminum foil and bake for 1 hour.
GLAZE: While the spiral sliced ham is cooking, prepare the glaze in a medium bowl, divide it in half, and reserve one half for serving.
After an hour of cooking, remove the ham from the oven and brush it all over with the glaze. Repeat this every 5 to 10 minutes for an additional 30 minutes or until the glaze is gone.
Let the ham rest for 15 to 20 minutes at room temperature before serving.
RECIPE NOTE: Spiral hams should cook for about 12 to 15 minutes per pound.
How To Serve Ham
How To Store Leftovers
This Baked Ham recipe makes an 8 to 9lb ham that yields close to 20 servings. This means if you’re not hosting a large gathering, there’s going to be plenty of leftovers.
Leftover ham keeps great in plastic zip-top bags. Simply break down your ham, bag it up into the portions you want, and label your bags. Consume within 5 days or freeze.
Using freezer bags to start makes it easier to transition into the freezer if needed. Freeze slices of spiral ham for up to 2 months and make sure to squeeze out any excess air. Thaw in the refrigerator.
Not sure what to do with that cooked ham bone? Whip up some ham bone soup, baked beans, or ham stock!
Save Money At Shaw’s
As a just for U® member, my favorite way is to shop at Shaw’s in Maine! You can sign up for the just for U® program for FREE on the Shaw’s app (text the word JOIN to 46359 to download it) or at www.shaws.com.
When you sign up for an account and enter your phone number at checkout, you’ll automatically start earning points! Here’s how it works:
- Get 1 point per $1 you spend at Shaw’s. There are also lots of deals and promotions that allow you to earn even more points per dollar (as marked).
- 100 points = 1 Reward. Rewards can be redeemed for cash off of groceries or gas! 5 Rewards saves you $7 off your grocery bill, 7 Rewards saves you $10 off!
- Earn 10 Rewards and get $15 off your bill — this month only! It’s part of the Holiday Rewards program, which runs through December. That means you could earn extra savings off your holiday groceries!
- Receive personalized coupons and deals. You’ll get savings on items you actually buy! I love getting digital coupons in my Shaw’s app and I always scan the circular for HOT deals, which offer HUGE savings!
On my latest grocery haul where I bought everything to make this yummy spiral ham, I earned $1 toward my $15 Reward, which I’m saving up for my next Holiday Roast recipe!
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Peach Maple Glazed Spiral Ham
- Roasting Pan
- 8-9 pound spiral cut ham
- 2 cups water
- 1 cup peach preserves
- ½ cup pure maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons grainy mustard
- 1 tablespoon thyme leaves
- Preheat oven to 300°F and pour ¼-inch of water into a roasting pan, about 2 cups worth.
- Place the ham in the roasting pan and insert toothpicks into the front of it to keep the slices together.
- Tent the ham loosely with foil and bake for 1 hour.
- While the ham is cooking, whisk together the peach preserves, maple syrup, mustard, and thyme, divide the mixture in half, and reserve half of the glaze for service.
- After the first hour of cooking has passed, brush the ham every 5 to 10 minutes for an additional 30 minutes.
- Let the meat rest for 15 minutes, loosely covered, before serving. Remove toothpicks and serve.
- Spiral ham is precooked, so the internal temperature you are looking for when reheating is 135°F.
- Ham can also be grilled using indirect heat. Just be sure to wrap well before basting to allow natural juices to form and not evaporate.
- Leftover ham keeps great in Ziploc bags. Simply break down your ham, bag it up into the portions you want, and label your bags. Consume within 5 days or freeze.
- Using freezer bags to start makes it easier to transition into the freezer if needed. Freeze the ham for up to 2 months and make sure to squeeze out any excess air. Thaw in the refrigerator.