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Nutrition Facts

  Servings Per Recipe: 1
  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 166.9
  Total Fat 5.4 g
      Saturated Fat 2.9 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 0.4 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 1.6 g
  Cholesterol 23.2 mg
  Sodium 441.5 mg
  Potassium 134.0 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 26.2 g
      Dietary Fiber 0.6 g
      Sugars 24.9 g
  Protein 5.7 g
  Vitamin A 2.4 %
  Vitamin B-12 3.7 %
  Vitamin B-6 7.3 %
  Vitamin C 2.4 %
  Vitamin D 0.6 %
  Vitamin E 0.9 %
  Calcium 1.6 %
  Copper 1.9 %
  Folate 0.8 %
  Iron 2.7 %
  Magnesium 2.5 %
  Manganese 26.5 %
  Niacin 7.1 %
  Pantothenic Acid     1.6 %
  Phosphorus     6.6 %
  Riboflavin 4.7 %
  Selenium 7.2 %
  Thiamin 17.8 %
  Zinc 4.2 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Honey Roasted Ham

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Honey Roasted Ham

82 calories of Honey, (0.08 cup)

37 calories of Ham, extra lean, (5% fat), (1 slice (6-1/4" x 4" x 1/16"))

33 calories of Butter, salted, (0.02 cup)

9 calories of Dark Corn Syrup, (0.01 cup)

5 calories of Cloves, ground, (0.25 tbsp)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

may be delicious.....BUT does ANY nutritional or weight loss site ever advocate the use of corn syrup any more? really? reaaallllly? also...would be nice to mention the serving size in ounces or grams. how many peope pull out a ruler or a tape measure at the table. just saying. Submitted by:
TRISTANFLIGHT

(3/3/13)
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Ooh ! 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar and the Ginger ale sounds right up my alley. Thanks Submitted by:
KATREECE

(12/21/12)
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Many years ago I read a suggestion to put vanilla extract on ham as it cooks. It helps to eliminate the chemical smoke flavor & creates an almost maple-y glaze. One of the best things I have ever learned with next to no extra calories!! Submitted by:
RICCILYNN

(12/21/12)
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This sounds great! .... I do not understand why all the negativity and all the "I think I will tweak it, it has too much sodium,...good grief don`t make it if it you have to change it or if it doesn`t suit your dietaryneeds.. and to the one who thought she had to slice 1/16", look again , it 4 1/16 Submitted by:
1GROVES2

(3/15/12)
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I have fixed my ham almost like this. Have used maple syrup at times.
If the calories or sodium is too much, tweak the other foods for that day, so to balance it all out. Thats how I have lost 195 lbs in 2 years. I eat a little of everything. Living a healthful normal life.
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TUBLADY

(12/21/11)
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I AM SURE IT TASTE WONDERFUL I AM JUST CONFUSED BY THE SERVING SIZE AND CALORIE COUNT THAT CANNOT BE CORRECT SO COULD IT BE CORRECTED. Submitted by:
RHODAANN1969

(12/21/11)
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I haven't made this yet but I recommend for those who are concerned about serving & calories to cut the ingredients and cook hamsteaks instead. It will limit how much you can eat and 4 oz (half a slice) is generally only 100-120 calories. Ham does not have to be just a holiday ordeal! Submitted by:
MICSBRAT

(1/20/11)
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This was very good. When my hubby made it, he drew out salt first. He also put a pineapple ring over each whole clove. We really really like ham this way. Submitted by:
EVWINGS

(12/22/10)
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I know using butter on a ham sounds like overkill on fat, but it is the taste of butter that makes it good. Submitted by:
KAYEREID

(11/12/10)
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I did not read all of the comments, but if you are concerned about salt you can try my sister's solution. She boils the ham in water for a while and then prepares it according to directions. It does cut down on the salt without sacrificing the tast. Submitted by:
THEBEEDEDLADY

(11/11/10)
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I always use a can of crushed pineapples, brown sugar and regular yellow mustard and pour it over my ham, then go back a few times while it's cooking and scoop the drippings up with a spoon and baste. But it's nice to see all these variations, gives me ideas :) Submitted by:
SANDY1969

(9/13/10)
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I always soak my ham in cold water for about an hour before baking to lower the sodium. Also, use a leaner ham to cut calories & fat, like a Cure 81 or similar brand. It's all lean meat. Submitted by:
AZURE-SKY

(5/8/10)
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Just be careful about how many calories you are actually eating (if that matters to you). Do you realize how THIN 1/16" is? Kind of like paper. I'm pretty sure I couldn't even cut a slice of ham that thin unless I had a professional meat slicer. A "regular" slice is probably more like 4 servings Submitted by:
LHISLE

(5/8/10)
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What's this 'thing with toothpicking canned pineapple slices all over a perfectly good ham -- and really , doesn't EVERYBODY par-boil ham to remove salt ??? This a fairly basic baked ham (Yankee style -- actually real southerners don't use much, if any sugar when cooking Submitted by:
SBOYKIN

(4/3/10)
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great recipie, cut down a bit on the sugars, but wonderful flavor to this, Thanks much. Submitted by:
MOLLYJ9

(3/22/10)
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sounds great - I'll have to try. you can get low sodium ham at the grocery now too. Submitted by:
RETRACMJ

(1/26/10)
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This sounds good, My mom always makes the glaze with mustard, brown sugar and orange juice. This one sounds like a sweeter, stickier version. I think Ill leave the butter off though, just because i dont think its necessary. Submitted by:
STANGSTER

(12/30/09)
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If you don't like so much salt, try "boiling" the ham in apple juice for about 45 minutes before you put it in the oven with the glaze and all. The apple juice removes some of the salt and nitrates and leaves a nice flavor. Also tends to leave it juicier. Submitted by:
LGWOOD1003

(12/30/09)
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I've made a variation of this for years, pineapple juice, brown sugar and molasses. Its great, my family loves it. But it is not one serving. Submitted by:
JACKIE4019

(12/30/09)
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This is one of my favorite recipee to make for the holidays, I use 1/2 brown sugar and gingerale. YUMMO Submitted by:
KNITTABLES

(10/28/09)
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I put pineapple slices on top ( stuck on with toothpicks ).I also used a low-sodium ham. Very good. Submitted by:
SUGARPUNK52

(8/1/09)
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***** I do this, but instead of dark corn syrup, i use HEINZE 57 sauce, and sugar free honey. . .only found at KROGERS

Did it last night. and none left. ..
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GOGGYB4

(7/26/09)
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I pour ginger ale over the ham, before I bake it. This helps remove extra sodium. I also put pineaple slices on top, with toothpickes, use a little of the pineapple juice, brown sugar, and small amount of light corn syrup. Delicious! Submitted by:
SHARON_AHAUS

(7/25/09)
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Very good. To lighten it on sugar calories, and sodium all you have to do is buy low sodium ham, leave out the corn syrup and the butter. Ham makes its own juices which when mixed with the honey and spices make a perfectly good coating you don't even need 2 cups of honey. Submitted by:
VANNASMOM

(5/20/09)
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This recipe is great -- I just can't believe all the negative comments. I see recipes all the time that aren't for me and I just delete the email -- I don't take the time to leave nasty comments. For a lighter variation, try 1/2 cup of brown sugar and a can of ginger ale. Just as yummy. Submitted by:
NGCHILD

(11/17/08)
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This sounds good. Ham itself is full of sodium. I could tweak it some & cut down on butter. Its not something I would make regularly, but for a holiday treat its good. As someone said, this IS a lifestyle. All things are allowed, in moderation. Submitted by:
MINI-ME-2B

(11/16/08)
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Not everyone on spark is here to lose weight, but gain weight as well. Anything is alright in MODERATION. Ham by default is a very salty meat. i'm sure you could stretch out the portions to make the recipe healthier, and of course substitutions. Submitted by:
100MILLBUTRFLYS

(11/16/08)
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