Recipe by Mike Thornton
"Used this on my Thanksgiving ham and everyone loved it! Great for after cooking the ham, as an extra layer of flavor over the sliced ham. I usually make extra for pouring over the sliced ham and this will by itself cover and glaze a 12-pound ham over the course of the whole cook time to keep the ham moist and tasty."
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YUM, I was worried it might taste to "cinnamony" but I shouldn't of worried. This was perfect exactly as said to make. Also SUPER fast and EASY!!!
very nice and easy to make
My husband looked at me all twitterpated the whole time he was eating this ham! Oh, and the kids ate it, which doesn't usually happen in this house. Awesomeness all around
THIS is the BEST ham glaze ever. It's simple, easy, and compliments the ham perfectly! Will make it a standard! Family LOVED it... thank you!
I agree with all the other reviews, nice and easy to make. The cinnamon was not over powering in fact it was flavor enhancing,and everyone loved it.
Fantastic and EASY! I dumped this on some thick ham slices in a casserole dish and threw it in the oven. Occasionally I spooned some sauce on top of the ham slices. This might be my new favorite way to eat ham.
Upped the flavor on our smoked ham, thanks!
I made this glaze for our Christmas Day Ham and What a hit!! Everyone loved it, including the pickiest eaters at the table. I will definitely keep this in my recipe file for future holiday hams! No need to add/change anything to this simple glaze. Thank you for sharing!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Maple Cinnamon Ham Glaze
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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