Christmas Ham Dinners

Brown-Sugar-Glazed Ham
Whether you prefer savory or sweet flavor tones, we have a ham recipe that will yield the perfect main course for Christmas dinner. Check out these options for new twists on an old favorite.

Spice-Rubbed Ham with Apple-Maple Sauce

Apple and maple are surefire flavors for a cozy holiday celebration. Follow this easy recipe and turn out a baked ham dinner that feeds eight Christmas guests.

Cherry-Cola Ham

Traditional doesn't mean boring. This slow cooker recipe uses cherry cola, lemon juice, brown sugar, and mustard. Let your crock do the work while you prepare the sides for Christmas dinner.

You'll never cook ham the same way again. This incredibly tasty six-ingredient recipe from cookbook author and stylist Libbie Summers features a surprising 2-second technique that crisps your ham perfectly.

Berry Crisp Spiral Ham

This incredibly tasty six-ingredient spiral ham features a secret (easy!) technique that crisps your ham perfectly.

Peppercorn-Crusted Ham

Apricot, mustard, and pepper come together to make your Christmas ham both sweet and spicy. After preparing a simple glaze, sprinkle your spiral-sliced ham with pink peppercorns. The final product will be packed with flavor -- and it's pretty to boot.

Cherry-Stuffed Ham

Tart, sweet cherries act as the perfect flavor companion to savory ham. As picture-perfect as your dish will look, it won't take long to make -- just 25 minutes of prep time means you will have a beautiful meal for Christmas dinner.

Baked Ham with Mustard-Plum Glaze

Put a flavorful spin on glazed ham by adding plum jam, pomegranate juice, and Dijon mustard. Pair the main dish with a Christmas-worthy side of baked leeks with bread crumbs.

Pineapple-Glazed Ham

Searching for a simple way to dress up your holiday main course? This recipe has only four ingredients but still takes a spiral ham from plain to just plain delicious.

Brown-Sugar-Glazed Ham

Brown sugar and refreshing mint sprigs combine for a fantastic flavor duo. The brown sugar gives a nod to traditional ham glaze, but the mint supplies a new twist that banishes boring from the dinner table.

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