Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is so simple, but the flavor of the glaze is so complex!


  1. Combine ingredients and brush over the ham during the last hour of baking, every 15 minutes. Tent with foil until the last half hour.


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UPDATE: Love it, I can play with all kind of food with this thank you you all a good one! Cant wait to use this for a Pot luck! I will definitely make this again a lot! IT IS A KEEPER in my book. so simple GRPA

CHEF GRPA November 08, 2013

This was great, GOTTA MAKE Again soon is what the kids said! They love ham and they loved this! Thanks

nochlo November 09, 2013

03/13/13: I was totally impressed by this glaze. Who would ever imagine that 2 ingredients could be so yummy?! I've never bought "apricot" preserves before... so I was a little leery. I used regular prepared yellow mustard from a squeeze bottle. I'm thinking this might be pretty darn good on chicken legs/wings and pork chops, also. Thank you for the easiest glaze recipe that I've ever made from scratch (so to speak). Delicious! (Made for "Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup - Spring 2013" tag game)..... 04/01/13 UPDATE: I made this glaze again for our Easter ham, but I switched it up this time. Instead of the apricot preserves, I used peach preserves just because I knew I would be serving a peach side dish (and I love peaches with pork)! It turned out just as fabulous as it did with the last ham I made using this glaze. Thanks again for turning me on to a simple, yet unique glaze.

rosie316 March 31, 2013

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