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April 12, 2022
Ham is a massive part of my family holidays, and in typical fashion, I like to switch things up every year. I wanted to go with a BBQ theme this year, and I’m so glad I did. This Honey BBQ Smoked Ham is one of the best I’ve ever smoked. Don’t let smoking a holiday meal intimidate you; if you follow my simple method, you’ll win every time.
I coated a spiral ham from Costco with my famous Honey Rub. Then, I created an out-of-this-world glaze using my Sweet BBQ sauce. The crust on this ham was unbelievable and had a magazine-worthy sheen. Make it for your next holiday. You’ll be the star of the show!
This is easily one of my favorite BBQ recipes. The best part? It’s just as easy as cooking ham the traditional way. I love this recipe because it tastes like your typical holiday ham with a Mississippi twist. My friends and family couldn’t get enough of my Honey BBQ Smoked Ham, and I know you’ll feel the same.
If you’re looking for a gourmet ham with under ten ingredients, I’ve got you covered. You may already have most of these things in your pantry. If not, here’s what to add to your shopping buggy.
Here’s the setup I used to cook this excellent ham. For more of my must-haves, check out the equipment and tools section.
You can find an in-depth demonstration in the video and recipe card at the bottom of the post. Here’s a brief overview of how this ham came together.
My Honey BBQ Smoked Ham was picture-perfect, with a tremendous crust. It was perfectly charred, and every bite was covered with my BBQ glaze. The ham was tender and juicy, with just the right amount of flavor. It was one of the best Easter hams to date!
Food is an essential part of any holiday, and these sides are a great addition to any Easter buffet.
If you have leftovers, store them in the fridge for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to two months.
Get your smoker up to temperature of approxmiately of 275º.
Take you ham out of the pack. Coat your ham with Heath Riles BBQ Honey Rub.
Place your ham on your smoker.
After you place your ham on your smoker, create your honey bbq glaze. Mix the ingredients above in a sauce pan. Place on your smoker to melt.
After 30 minutes, rotate your ham. Rotate your ham every 20-25 minutes for 1.5 hours.
After 1.5 hours, pour your melted glaze over your ham and brush the glaze on your ham. Place the ham back on your smoker for another 20 minutes.
After a 2-2 hour and 10 minute cook time, take your ham off of your smoker. You want a 140º internal temperature for your ham.
Let your ham rest for about 15 minutes.
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