Brown Sugar Honey Mustard Baked Ham – A Holiday Tradition
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The kids in my daughter’s eighth-grade class were planning a trip to go to Washington D.C.
It was a great idea I thought, so informational and educational for everyone. The only issue that I had was it was going to be pretty costly. I suggested at the parent involvement meeting that they do some sort of fundraising in order to cover some of the costs. All the other parents were on board for that. An idea was brought up for a dinner.
There was a shout out for spaghetti, but they already had one of those for the basketball team. I said, “What about a traditional meat and potatoes style? We are sure to bring in a crowd then.” We voted and ham won the main entree. We wanted to do something that was more than just the plain meat, and it was brought up to glaze with honey and cinnamon.
It was a homemade glaze so it wouldn’t cost a lot, and we could do tons of ham for a very low price. It was just like this recipe from Facebook. The ham dinner was really easy to make and it went over really well among the community members. The kids made a big portion of the funds they needed to head out for their trip that spring too!
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Quick Tip: You can also do this ham in the slow cooker, just plan for more cooking time.