Country Farmhouse Baked Ham

Kelly Williams


The simplest, yet best recipe I've ever tried for baked ham. Oh, you can doll it up with pineapple and cherries, but it honestly doesn't need it. My mom used to make this same sauce for baked ham sandwiches, too. So very good! Serve with au gratin potatoes, green beans, my Pineapple Dressing, rolls and you're all set! Enjoy! (photo from bing images)

★★★★★ 4 votes
20 Min
4 Hr


1 (15 lb.)
whole bone-in ham, cooks supertrim are good
1 lb.
light brown sugar
1/2 cup
yellow mustard
heavy duty aluminum foil


1In a medium size mixing bowl, mix yellow mustard and brown sugar until you have a thick "paste".
Take all wrappers off of ham and trim away excess fat. Line baking pan (spray with Pam first in case some of the brown sugar mixture escapes), so clean up is easier) with heavy duty aluminum foil. Place ham on foil and spread brown sugar/mustard paste on top and sides. Fold and seal foil. Do not open again until ham is done. Bake at 350° for 4 hours. Let set for about 1 hour, then carve. One of the best tasting hams you'll ever have!

About Country Farmhouse Baked Ham

Course/Dish: Pork
Hashtags: #ham, #baked