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How to Cook a Glazed Ham for Easter

By brooklynsupper |

Easter Sunday is a busy time for families, so an Easter Ham, which doesn’t require much work, is a great, simple option for a special brunch or dinner. Since all you need to do is heat and serve, you can focus on making a fantastic glaze, which only takes a few minutes. If you’ve already got your ham, we’ve got a simple recipe that will jazz it up in no time.

A glaze can add a wonderful sweetness or tartness to your ham that will take it to the next level of awesomeness. It also gives the outside of your ham a wonderful appearance that will get everyone’s mouths watering. Get our easy recipe, and step-by-step for a picture-perfect ham here.

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