How We’re Using Up Our Leftover Ham

Ham and Swiss pasta roll up

Leftover ham is one of the perks of so many holidays, and if you’re lucky enough to have some leftover Easter ham, these recipes will help you make use of every last delicious scrap. 

a cheese board with rolled ham

The best part about a holiday ham? The leftovers, of course. Our fridge door is in constant motion the day after, and let’s face it, it’s mostly about the ham 🙂  You could pick at it like I mostly do, you could make a dinner-sized cheese platter featuring neat little rolls and whatever else you can forage from your pantry, or you can make yourself a great meal with one of these recipes from the archives…

 


 

Creamy Ham and Bean Broth ~

Even if your clan has picked the ham clean, you’ll still have the bone, and that will make you some a-mazing soup.

Delicious, healthy and hearty Ham and Bean Soup ~ theviewfromgreatisland.com

 


 

Eggs Benedict Quiche with Hollandaise Sauce ~

This quiche gives leftovers a whole new meaning…but don’t save it for special occasions, it makes a fun family dinner.

 


 

Quick Ham and Mushroom Pizza ~

Once I learned you can actually make homemade pizza in about an hour, there was no turning back.

Quick and easy White Mushroom Pizza with Ham ~ theviewfromgreatisland.com

 


 

Ham and Pea Soup ~

Easter ham and spring peas are a match made in heaven, and fresh frozen peas make all the difference in this hearty vibrant soup.

Ham and Pea Soup 3

 


 

Breakfast Pasta Carbonara ~

I live for this dish, period.

Breakfast Pasta

 


 

Ham and Swiss Pasta Roll Up Gratin

An unusual way to use up leftover ham, in a rustic French sort of way 🙂

Ham and swiss pasta roll up in a skillet

 


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