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Ham and PBDDL Glaze

So most of my readers should now know about BlakeMakes. If you have not yet checked out his site, you might want to SOON and get in on the fun! Become a Sooper Hero and you won’t miss a beat!

I received my free jars of Peanut Butter Dulce de Leche last week and took some time deciding what to make with them. Finally, I used one jar yesterday when making dinner for me and Ben. I had some ham to bake and thought a nice sweet glaze would be perfect to balance out the ham’s saltiness. Boy, was I right! (A first for me!)

This really isn’t much of a recipe to share. Basically, I bought a 1 lb slice of partially cooked ham (since it’s only two of us) and baked it until it was cooked. Then, I put it under the broiler for a few minutes on each side and topped it with the PBDDL. The one mistake I made was putting it under the broiler again with the PBDDL. For some reason it charred the surface of the glaze, so I had to scrape it off (again, only the surface). But, it still left a nice amount of the glaze that wasn’t burned and tasted fantastic!

Even though the ham was a little tough (I slightly overcooked it) we still loved it, especially Ben. I give all credit to Blake’s PBDDL!


2 Responses

  1. Hi Nikki,

    I have never heard of Peanut Butter Dulce de Leche, but the pictures make the product look good on anything! Since you are interested in food, health and diet I wanted to let you know about a family owned business I work with in Ann Arbor, Michigan called More Thyme. Their web site, http://www.MealMixer.com helps people plan their meals for the week, gives all the nutritional information for each meal, and lets you choose if you are vegetarian, on a diet, or simply looking for new and exciting meals for your family. I thought this would be of interest to both you and your readers!


  2. Hi Nikki!

    I awarded you an E for Excellence! See my blog for details!

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