While it isn’t ideal for every day, this is a sugar free ham glaze recipe that will allow you

to celebrate your holiday with a traditional baked ham after weight loss surgery. Spicy

sweet without going over the top and ruining your healthy diet, this Bariatric holiday

recipe includes a sugar free Maple Mustard Sauce which can be served at the table.

You will need to purchase a four to five pound lean smoked ham that has been fully

cooked for this recipe.

bariatric recipe

Sugar Free Apricot Ham Glaze Ingredients

One Jar of Smucker’s Sugar-Free Apricot Preserves, approximately 10-12 ounces

2/3 Cups of Healthy Brand Orange Juice

One Tablespoon of Red Wine Vinegar

1/3 Cup of Original Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard

Whole Cloves

This glaze is quite easy to make and the ham will taste absolutely heavenly. Simply

heat your oven to 325 degrees and blend the first three ingredients, above, in a small

sauce pan.
Watch the sauce pan closely as you bring this mixture to a boil. Lower the heat and

allow the mixture to simmer on a low heat setting, simmering gently until the glaze is

thick enough to coat a spoon. Remove the sauce pan from heat and whisk in the Grey

Poupon Mustard.

Next, prepare your ham by placing it inside a shallow roasting pan. You will need to

score the ham with a diagonal pattern, and insert the cloves. Pour half of the mixture

over the ham slowly and carefully, making sure the glaze seeps into the diamond

patterns.

Bake the glazed ham according to weight (approximately fifteen minutes per pound),

making sure to baste the meat in regular intervals for optimum flavor. Remove the ham

from your oven and allow the ham to set for fifteen to twenty minutes before serving.

Each three ounce serving of this exceptional ham glaze offers only 155 calories, two

grams of fat, one gram of carbs, 18 grams of protein, and absolutely no sugar! Now

that’s a Bariatric recipe worth keeping and sharing!

Maple Mustard Sauce

When serving this delicious baked ham, mix up a batch of Maple Mustard Sauce as a

table condiment. While the ham is roasting, you should mix together the Dijon mustard

and maple syrup in the amounts listed below and serve with your holiday ham.

1/2 Cup of Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard

1/4 Cup of Sugar-Free Country Maple Syrup