For many families, next weekend will bring a delicious ham dinner to the table. We know that planning and cooking meals for a whole family goes beyond special holidays – which is why you were smart enough to buy the extra large ham! Extra large ham = extra large leftovers! To that end, Favado.com has gathered 8 slam dunk recipes to guide you through getting the most out of your big holiday roast. With recipes like these, you might just want to cook a ham every Sunday, or at least have it for dessert!
Hamming it Up with a Soup and Sandwich Lunch
Nothing is easier than a big pot of soup and a yummy sandwich to satisfy a hungry group in early spring. Pair this White Bean and Ham soup from SimplyRecipes.com with this super fast Ham Salad from allrecipies.com for a cafe-quality lunch combo without the cafe pricetag!
Get the Day Started with the Other White Meat
We’re not sure why all eggs aren’t served in a crispy ham shell because this recipe for Baked Eggs and Mushrooms in Ham Crisps from epicurious.com is one of the greatest ways to use a cupcake tin for a breakfast food that we’ve ever seen.
This Ham Breakfast Casserole from Food.com has all your favorite parts of breakfast baked into one easy dish! Great for attending a group brunch or to pop in the oven while going about your morning routine, you will love this tasty take on a classic breakfast combination.
Get Down with Dinner
Keep even the picky eaters happy with this quick-and-easy Creamy Pasta Shells with Broccoli and Ham from myrecipes.com, and satisfy your meat-and-potato lovers with this ultra-creamy Scalloped Potato recipe from Food.com. For a great side item with a southern vibe, try this Collard Greens with Ham (and bacon!) from Foodrepublic.com for a double pork whammy with your dinner.
Stay with us: these cupcakes have a ham liner instead of a paper liner, making it the most creative (and delicious!) use of ham on the list. Try making these Honey Cupcakes with a candied pineapple topper and cinnamon cream cheese frosting from cupcakeproject.com to bring down the house at your next birthday brunch.