Costco Kirkland Signature Spiral Sliced Ham Review

Everything you need to know about the Costco Spiral Ham

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I hated ham until I tried Costco Kirkland Signature Spiral Sliced Ham. My other hams are fatty, greasy, and excessively salty, but not Costco's spiral sliced ham. Costco normally sells this around Thanksgiving, Easter, and Christmas.

Cooking Instructions

Preheat the oven to 275 degrees Fahrenheit, unwrap the ham, and arrange it flat side down in a shallow baking dish with the round side up. Wrap the ham in aluminum foil. Cook the ham for 12-15 minutes per pound. How big your ham is will determine how long it takes to cook. Place the glaze package in a pot with 45 mL of water and heat until boiling. After two hours in the oven, remove the ham and spread the glaze over and between the pieces.

Location in Store

Costco sells ham in the refrigerated deli section beside the sausages or the cooler section with the meat, depending on the store. The piece is 13689.

Taste

Taste

Lean and fat-free, the ham has a delicate smoked hickory flavor. I love that Costco ham comes with a delicious glaze to brush on when almost done. It gives the ham a delicious, crunchy exterior. Another reason I enjoy Costco Spiral Sliced Ham is that it's less salty than other hams.

Cost

In fall 2023 it’s now $8.99 per kilogram

The food is heavy in fat and salt. Nearly 200 calories, 10 grams of fat, 8 grams of carbs, 0 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 16 grams of protein per 100-gram meal. A 100-gram meal has 950 mg of salt, over 40% of your daily requirement.