Honey Baked Ham with Spiced Apples and Peaches

I am nothing but overly impressed with this amazing ham I got from US Wellness Meats.  Knowing it was going to be amazing (because honestly they never deliver anything less than amazing) I had to come up with a recipe that was hopefully equally as awesome.  I must say, when I was throwing this one together, I knew that apples roasted with a spice glaze would taste amazing, but I was a little nervous about the peaches.  Turns out, I had nothing to fear because they were what I couldn’t get enough of.  Best part was how fresh this fruit was from the farmers market picked the day before.  I could just taste the freshness of it all. Not really, but I am going to say I could anyways.  Pretty much just because it sounds cool.  I would highly recommend you keep this recipe around and in your back pocket for any upcoming holiday, you will impress many.  Actually no back pocket needed, you can just Pin it, since Pinterest is the new addiction. So make sure you follow me there too.

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4.8 from 4 reviews
Honey Baked Ham with Spiced Apples and Peaches
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Serves: 4-6
  1. Preheat oven to 350 Degrees F
  2. Rinse the ham under cold water and pat dry with a paper towel and place in the middle of your roasting pan.
  3. Mix the honey, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and all spice in a bowl
  4. In a separate small bowl, mix in mustard powder and water until well combined.
  5. Add mustard water to your honey and spices and mix well.
  6. Using a basting brush, baste your ham with your glaze.
  7. Now core your apples and take the pit out of your peaches and chop in large slices. I had 8 slices per apple and 8 slices per peach.
  8. Spread your fruit all around your ham in the roasting pan, and then baste the fruit with your glaze and then baste your ham once more
  9. Place your ham in the oven and bake until it reaches an internal temperature of 150 Degrees Fahrenheit. Every 20-30 minutes add more glaze to your ham until completion.
  10. Once your ham reaches 150, remove from the oven and tent with aluminum foil for 15 minutes.
  11. Slice and serve with your spiced fruit.

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  1. So I made this last night…well, I made a version of it based on what ingredients I had and went from there. I had a 6.25lb uncured “ham roast” from a local farm. The roast didn’t look anything like what you have pictured but I figured since it had ham in the name, why could possibly go wrong? Oh, and I didn’t have peaches or honey. I didn’t sub for the peaches but used blue agave syrup instead of the honey. I was originally looking for a crock pot recipe so I made up the basting sauce, threw all the ingredients into the crock pot and cooked for 4-5 hours on low. After the roast was cooked I continued to cook the juices, apples and fat in the crock pot for another couple of hours. Then I removed the fat and blended everything else in the food processor for 30 sec or so. Transferred everything to a sauce pan and let it simmer for about an hour. Then chopped the ham. I reheated some of the sauce and pork in a pan this morning and enjoyed it with my morning eggs. I thought it was tasty and so did my girlfriend. While I deviated from your original recipe I want to thank you for the original idea and ingredients.

  2. I bought two US wellness hams to cook since they’re small. Can I just double the fruit and glaze in the above recipe? Can I cook them at the same time and temp? Thanks for your help.

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