Whether you’re planning a big get-together or a quiet dinner with the family, choose the perfect centrepiece for your Easter celebration with our showstopping ham recipes.
Slow Cooker Ham with Apricot-Dijon Glaze
Classic spiral cut ham flavoured with simple ingredients, this Instagram-worthy dish pairs perfectly with scalloped potatoes for an exquisite holiday feast.
Roasted Fresh Ham with Cider Glaze
This decadent roasted ham is brined a day ahead, then smothered in an herb-infused apple cider glaze before being roasted until a delicious crust is formed.
Onion Roasted Ham
This succulent, slow-cooked ham baked with caramelized onions makes for an incredibly mouth-watering main.
Smoked Ham with Maple Mustard Glaze
Maple syrup and grainy mustard blend to make a sweet and tangy glaze for this succulent smoked ham that will taste just as delicious as leftovers.
Ham with Clove & Maple Syrup Glaze
This juicy ham is roasted with cloves and slathered in a tasty glaze of maple syrup, apple cider, applesauce, Dijon, ginger and butter.
Double Mustard and Herb Crusted Ham
Double up on the mustard using Dijon and grainy varieties for a casual ham dinner. Use leftovers to make ham and mustard sandwiches (triple the mustard now) throughout the week.
Brandy Peppercorn Honey Glazed Ham
Maximize flavour by starting with a pre-smoked roast and smothering it with an insatiable shallot, honey and brandy glaze with a touch of cracked peppercorns.
City ham is pre-brined for a tender, flavourful roast you can score, top with a crispy, sweet mustard and gingersnap coating, and roast to perfection.
Easter Dinner on Two Sheet Pans
Whether you’re trying to reduce the amount of post-dinner dishes or just streamline your holiday cooking, this full-fledged dinner on a pair of pans is perfect.
Spiced Grapefruit and Honey Glazed Ham
This mouthwatering glaze is perfect contrast to a smoky, salty, bone-in ham. You’ll love the way citrus and honey come together to create a delectable coating that crisps and crackles as it cooks.
Slow-Cooker Ham with Apricot-Dijon Glaze
The only tricky part to this recipe is making sure your purchased ham fits in the slow cooker — after that, it’s smooth sailing with a simple apricot and Dijon mustard glaze.