Honey Glazed Ham Recipe – The Best Honey Ham Recipe

hello and welcome to soul food cooking today I’ll be making honey glazed ham preheat your oven to 325 degrees you will need one spiral sliced ham one cup of brown sugar 1 cup of honey one-half cup of dark corn syrup and one-fourth teaspoon of brown cloves place the ham in a baking dish and cover with aluminum foil transfer to your preheated oven and allow it to cook for 1 hour place your brown sugar ground clove honey and corn syrup in a saucepan on medium low heat and stir until the sugar has just dissolved set the glaze aside until the ham has finished cooking remove the ham from the oven and cover with your glaze return the ham to the oven and allow it to cook for an additional hour making sure to baste it every 15 minutes if you like the expensive holiday ham then you are sure to LIKE this one thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to soul food cooking


  1. Thanks for the recipe, I will add the syrup and honey to my recipe. I notice that my glaze could use some thickening.

  2. I love the hard candy like coating but how do you not make it look to dry? I want the candy like coating but be juicy at the same time please help

  3. thank you i will be watching all of your video i am enjoy your video and trying to watch as many as i can do you have a video on roasted a turkey

  4. Can anyone suggest how to keep this warm enough to serve if I pre-make this at home and bring it to Christmas dinner? Dinner is about 15 minutes away. I have a mini crock pot (to keep cheeses and sauces warm). Do you think it would work if I put some glaze in it so guests can drizzle more on their portions? Or is the glaze something that should only be used to cook.

  5. Your ham looks amazing! I miss my grandma's ham with pineapple and cloves, and I can't wait to try your video.

  6. Now thats a beautiful looking Ham! Why would we go to that place and get one when we can make your Ham at home? Another 2 thumbs up video and production. Tfs!

  7. Good looking glazed ham, and your exactly right the basting with the glaze often is the key to great glazed ham, nice video, thank u for sharing this knowledge.

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