Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze

This Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze is a little spicy and a little sweet. It dresses up your ham for any occasion.

Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze - the-girl-who-ate-everything.comEaster is right around the corner and I have already starting thinking about my menu which of course includes a ham. What I love about hams is that they’re so easy to prepare and way less intimidating than a turkey. All you have to do is warm it up in the oven but if you really want to give it a little pizzazz, add a tasty glaze. My family loves horseradish so I thought why create a Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze? That way you get a little sweetness from the pineapple with a little kick from the horseradish. The ham is basted in the glaze while cooking and creates this beautiful color and flavor.

Now, not all hams are created equal. I used a Jones Dairy Farm bone-in ham because they are all natural, gluten free hams. Additionally, they have no added preservatives. Jones Dairy Farm has been a family-owned and operated company for more than 125 years and they have maintained their integrity by not adding anything artificial to any of their meats.

Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze

Horseradish-Pineapple Ham Glaze - the-girl-who-ate-everything.comEnter this giveaway to win your own free ham or order from Jones Dairy Farm and use the code HAM20 to get 20% off your ham purchase before March 27th.

I was compensated by Jones Dairy Farm but all opinions are my own.



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  1. My family has an annual debate over which sauce we should smear over the ham, but pineapple is forever my fave. Love the combo with horseradish too!

  2. Can’t enter the giveaway-“this giveaway” link takes me to a giveaway you had in November, 2014

  3. Wow, this looks gorgeous, and the perfect combination of spicy and sweet. A new way to dress up that Easter Ham, that’s for sure! Yummy!

  4. A spicy pineapple glaze? Count me in! This ham loos and sounds delightful!

  5. That looks simply delicious. I’m a big fan of hams and that one looks like it’s nice and lean. Definitely go for bone-in for the added flavor. 🙂

  6. That is one gorgeous ham!.. And what a great flavor combination!

  7. Looks so festive!

  8. This ham looks so tender and tasty!

    Just a note…I can’t enter the giveaway either. The link goes back to a November 2010 giveaway you had. Just wanted to let you know 🙂

  9. Sounds delicious!