Root Beer isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of "the perfect ham glaze," but it provides a subtle sweetness to the other strong ingredients, like Dijon mustard and cider vinegar.
What you'll need: Cider vinegar ($4, .com)
Give a boneless, juicy ham a burst of flavor with thyme, apples, and brown sugar. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes of prep work.
Get the recipe at Delish.
What you'll need: Roasting pan ($42, .com)
Pineapple juice and Dr. Pepper result in a sweet glaze that you'll want to use over and over again.
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Made of apricot jam, apple juice, and ginger, this glaze will flavor your ham with a sweetness that everyone will love this season.
What you'll need: Apricot preserves ($4, .com)
Get a taste of naughty and nice this season by adding brandy and citrus to your holiday ham. This decadent glaze only takes 15 minutes to prepare, and for an added bonus, you can use it as a dipping sauce for leftovers.
Get the recipe at Wicked Good Kitchen.
Dry ham might be worse than coal for Christmas, so guarantee a satisfying centerpiece with this sweet and savory cranberry-dijon glaze.
Get the recipe at The Food Charlatan.
This bourbon orange glazed ham is sure to be a new holiday favorite. The citrus and smoky bourbon glaze cuts through that salty ham flavor perfectly.
Get the recipe at The Chunky Chef.
Switch up your traditional ham recipe this year with a smoky ham glazed in fruity apricot.
Give your dinner a spicy kick with this Caribbean-inspired chipotle, pineapple and jerk ham.
Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.
Thanks to this rich and smoky recipe featuring molasses and bourbon, your Christmas ham will never be the same!
Get the recipe at Sweet C's.
This effortless slow cooker recipe with gammon and white onions is guaranteed to give you a juicy, tender, and flavorful holiday ham with minimal effort.
Get the recipe at My Fussy Eater.
This recipe's thick and delicious glaze is ridiculously easy to pull off with only four ingredients: a medium ham, spicy brown mustard, brown sugar, and water.
Get the recipe at Divine Lifestyle.
Stuffed with crisp apples and slathered in a honey mustard glaze, this ham recipe a must for Christmas dinner.
Get the recipe at A Spicy Perspective.
Pop this beauty into the slow cooker for five to six hours, then cover with foil before adding a glaze. Next, put it back in the cooker for twenty minutes to caramelize the exterior, and you'll have yourself a mouthwatering Christmas entrée.
Get the recipe at No. 2 Pencil.
Paired with buttermilk biscuits and store-bought chutneys and mustard, this ham makes for a delicious and comforting holiday dinner.
Get the recipe at Country Living.
While ground coriander will work fine, opt for crushed coriander seeds for better texture on this earthy, sweet ham.
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