Every holiday has a signature dish, and for Easter, that dish is ham. And just like with any other holiday, there is sure to be plenty of leftovers. Day one, day two, it is pretty easy to handle. But by day three, you are looking for ways to use your leftovers that won’t make it feel like you are eating the same thing day after day. To help you with you Easter ham leftover, check out our 5 ways to use leftover ham below.
Not everyone is a fan of pineapple on pizza, so if you aren’t, just skip the pineapple and make it a BBQ pizza. This is an easy and tasty way to use up that leftover ham, making it feel completely different. And if neither Hawaiian or BBQ sounds that great to you, don’t fret: there are plenty of ways you can dress up leftover ham on a pizza.
This is a great way to go when you are looking to both please everyone and cook in a hurry. Who doesn’t love ham and cheese? And who doesn’t love sliders? This recipe combines these two universal favorites to create a quick, easy, delectable dinner for the whole family.
You don’t need to use your leftovers as the main dish. This simple side is perfect for picnics, school and work lunches, or to make dinner a little more filling. And since the recipe itself is quite simple, it is easy to add items in to really make it your own.
Not every sandwich feels like a meal, but the Monte Cristo does. This classic sandwich is very rich, and very hearty. This is one sandwich you won’t feel guilty about serving for dinner, or at any time of day. Just be sure to serve it warm; it isn’t such a great choice for school and work lunches.
We love this recipe because you can use it for any meal. Want to use that leftover ham at breakfast? Here you go. It is also a great side at brunch or lunch, and even at dinner. Add a bit to it and it can be the main dish for lunch or dinner as well. It is very versatile, and sure to please.