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Kirkland Signature Spiral Ham at Costco

Kirkland Signature Spiral Sliced Ham at Costco 2022

The Kirkland Signature Spiral Ham at Costco is a fan favorite for holiday meals. These large, whole spiral cut hickory smoked hams come with a brown sugar glaze packet, and are fully cooked. This is a very popular Costco Fan Favorite item for family meals from Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to Easter or Mother’s Day brunch…and it’s gluten free. I have purchased this Costco ham many times in the past and recommend it. I tend to swap between this and a Honey Baked ham. Obviously this ham is much more affordable!

The glaze packet is packed entirely separately and is optional to add it or not…my kids LOVE the glaze but of course adding to sugar to anything makes it better right, lol!!

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ProTip: You can also make your own ham glaze with maple syrup, honey, brown sugar and/or dijon mustard!

Kirkland Signature Spiral Ham at Costco - CostContessa
Kirkland Signature Spiral Sliced Ham

How I Cook the Costco Spiral Sliced Ham

I usually mix up butter, honey (about 3 tablespoons of each) and a little brown sugar and add between each layer before I heat in the slow cooker on low for 3-5 hours. I mix the packet stovetop or make a quick homemade glaze and pour it on right before serving if needed.

If you don’t have a crock pot, I would suggest removing it from the fridge and allowing it to come to room temperature, then baking it at 200 with tightly covered foil wrap for 1-2 hours.

Be careful not to overcook it or it will start to fall apart. I generally don’t mind if it starts to fall apart a little as I prefer to cook some of the fat out of it, and I’m okay with it getting a little slow cooked.

If you prefer your ham firmer, I’d suggest using an in-oven thermometer to ensure you don’t overcook it.

Kirkland Signature Smoked Ham Features

  • Gluten Free
  • Separate/Optional Glaze Packet Included
  • Spiral Sliced
  • Fully Cooked
Costco Ham
Kirkland Signature Fully Cooked Sliced Hams at Costco are $2.29 per pound for Fall 2023

Costco Price & Item Number

Kirkland Signature Spiral Sliced Hickory Smoked Ham is Costco Item #26159 and cost $2.29/lb in-store.

Price Note: The Kirkland Hickory Ham is the same price in 2024 as it was in 2023…which is $.10 per pound LESS than it was in 2022. Take that inflation.

Last Price Check: 3/2024

Historical Pricing:

  • 2022: $2.39/lb
  • 2023: $2.29
  • 2024: $2.29

Where to Find Costco Ham in Store

You’ll find the Kirkland Signature Spiral Cut Hams in-store in the Costco deli department, usually right near the meat department in large open refrigerated cases. They are wrapped in a shiny red cellophane with gold – you can’t miss them!

Kirkland Signature Spiral Cut Hickory Smoked Ham at Costco – Fully Cooked

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More Ham Options

The Kirkland Signature whole ham isn’t sold online with delivery. Sam’s Club has a comparable one for $3.26/lb, or grab the Honey Baked Ham Company discount gift cards at Costco and get one there!

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2 Comments

    1. Oh no, I’m so sorry to hear that! I made one for Christmas too – I have been meaning to put my heating method on the blog for a long time and I’ll try to do that in the next few weeks – I heat mine in the slow cooker with honey butter added between the slices (my own attempt to dupe Honey Baked Ham). It does start to fall apart a bit, but it also cooks out some of the fat so I take the good with the bad. What a bummer, I’m so sorry to heat that but hope you otherwise had a Merry Christmas!!

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