Glazed Smoked Ham | Simple & Delicious Easter Dinner Recipe | Sweet, Spiced Glaze | Tender Ham Slices

Prepare to be blown away by the mouth-watering flavors of our Glazed Smoked Ham Recipe! If you can't decide what to cook for Easter dinner or even a weeknight meal, we just made the decision easy for you! The sweet, spiced glaze smothered on a tender cut of ham makes for the perfect protein choice this Easter or for any other ordinary day's meal choice! 

Today we will be featuring Buzz Savories' Spicy Beer Mustard and Honey and Lance Honey Farms Honey! We would also like to give a huge shout out to An Affair From The Heart for this amazing recipe! 

Who is Buzz Savories?

 Created in Holdrege, Nebraska, Buzz Savories features top of the line mustards. Spicy Beer Mustard and Honey Mustard are gourmet mustards that are a must-have in your household. Buzz Savories creates exceptional mustard that you will leave you wanting more.

Betty, pictured above, is the proud owner of many bee hives. She started this journey just trying to find a hobby after retiring. This led her to venture into bee keeping, and finding something to do with her excess honey! 

Who is Lance Honey Farms? 

This local to Ravenna Nebraska, raw, unfiltered honey is bottled by hand in small batches, by Lance Honey Farms. You can use it in tea, coffee, baking, etc.

What You'll Need: 


  1. Preheat your smoker to 325 degrees for 15 minutes, using hickory pellets. 
  2. Using a sharp knife score the outside of your ham in a criss-cross pattern, about 1/2" deep. 
  3. Place ham in a grill safe pan, flat side down. Place in a preheated smoker, uncovered for one hour. 
  4. Prepare the Glaze: While the ham is on the smoker, in a small saucepan combine Buzz Savories Honey or Lance Farms Honey, brown sugar, apple juice, Buzz Savories Spicy Beer Mustard, and allspice. Cook over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved. Set aside. 
  5. Open the smoker lid after one hour. Glaze the ham with about half of the honey glaze. Close the lid and smoke for another 30 minutes. 
  6. Open the smoker, the internal temperature of your ham should reach 140 degrees F. If it's not there yet, close the lid for another 10 minutes and check it again. When it has reach 140 degrees, glaze ham with the remaining glaze. 
  7. Turn smoker to smoke setting and smoke the ham for 30 minutes. Remove from the smoker and let it rest for about 10 minutes before slicing. 





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