Smoked Ham On Pellet Grill Recipe

While most families cook their holiday meals in the oven, using your pellet grill smoker to cook traditional foods like holiday hams is a better idea.

This double smoked ham is the juicy, flavorful, and delectable recipe you’re looking for, whether you need a ham for Christmas, Easter, or another festive celebration. With a brown sugar glaze on the outside, your ham’s exterior develops a sweet and crispy caramelization.

The best part of all, though, is that it’s quick and simple to prepare because your twice-smoked ham only requires minimal supervision while it smokes on your pellet grill.

Smoked Ham on The Pellet Grill

Traeger Double Smoked Ham 🔗

An incredibly easy ham recipe that tastes great due to the double touch of smoke.

Prep: 30min


  • 1 6lb Bone-in Ham (pre-cooked)
  • 2 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1 cup Apple Juice
  • 1 tbsp Molasses


  1. Rinse ham and dry completely
  2. Slice half-inch into ham to create a criss-cross pattern
  3. Place ham in foil dish and into smoker at 225 degrees
  4. Mix brown sugar, apple juice and molasses in a saucepan
  5. Base ham with glaze mixture after the first 2 hours are complete
  6. Continue basing ham every 30 minutes until ham reaches 140 degrees


How long do you smoke a ham on pellet grill?

When smoked on a pellet grill at 225°F, your ham will typically take 10-12 minutes to cook per pound of meat, or 100-120 minutes total, or 1 hour and 40 minutes or 2 hours.

How do you smoke a precooked ham on a pit pellet grill?

Instructions Cook the ham until it reaches 138 to 140 degrees F, then brush it with the Ginger-Peach glaze and cook it an additional three to four minutes, or until it reaches 145 degrees F. Pre-heat the Pit Boss Pellet smoker to 225 degrees F using cherry wood pellets.

How long does a ham take to cook at 225?

Place ham in a roasting pan, preheat oven to 225 degrees F (110 degrees C), and bake for about 10 hours, checking occasionally.

How do you smoke a raw ham on a pellet smoker?

Plan on the ham smoking for about 4-5 hours for a 7 pound ham (if using a full ham, 14 pounds, plan on roughly double that smoking time), and get your smoker to a temperature of 250 degrees F. Place the ham in the smoker.

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