What Is the Right Ham Internal Temp to Make Sure It's Done?
The key factor influencing your baked ham temperature when done is whether you started with a raw ham or a pre-cooked one. Many hams are pre-cooked, which means you'll only need to cook the ham to an internal temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. But if your ham isn't pre-cooked, you'll need to bake it until the ham's internal temp is at least 145 degrees. This is true whether you're cooking a bone-in or boneless ham.
To make sure that your baked ham is ready to eat, you should take its temperature with a meat thermometer. Stick the probe into the thickest part of the meat, making sure that it doesn't touch bone, and check that it has reached the proper temperature before serving.