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Have too much holiday ham leftover in the fridge and no clue what to do with it? Try these tasty recipes and ideas. This post is sponsored by Smithfield, all thoughts are my own. 

Southern Style Peach Honey Ham Smithfield Holiday Ham Leftovers Recipe Ideas

Southern-Style Peach-Honey Ham Bake

When I think about holiday dinner and start to dream about all the delicious dishes that fill up our Christmas table, sliced ham is one of my traditional favorites. There’s just nothing better than the taste and smell of a beautiful holiday ham, it’s a meal that brings up memories for me. No holiday table is complete without it!

And while you might imagine that preparing a holiday ham is hard, it’s actually quite easy. Smithfield Signature Spiral Sliced Ham is my favorite one to make. Simply pop it in the oven at 275 degrees for about 10-12 minutes per pound. Then evenly brush on the tasty glaze and you’re delicious ham dinner is ready to serve.

Worried about having too much ham leftover after the holidays? Don’t stress, I’ve got some great ideas to share with you. Ham is one of the most versatile and convenient foods you’ll find, there are so many great recipes you can use it in. Thankfully Smithfield has rounded up a few of the best ones for you on their website.  From mac and cheese hacks to breakfast and brunch, they have lots of great ideas for turning your leftovers into meals your whole family will love.

Here are a few of my favorites:

  1. Ham and Brie Crostini with Fig Jam

Ham & Brie Crostini Recipe Smithfield Spiral Ham Leftovers Holiday Recipes

2. Cheesy Ham and Macaroni

Cheesy Ham and Macaroni Smithfield Holiday Ham Leftover Recipe Ideas

3. Baked Ham and Chive Mashed Potato Cakes 

Baked Ham Chive Mashed Potato Cakes Recipe

4. Ham and Cheese Pull Apart Bread


Ham Cheese Pull Apart Bread

And be sure to check out where you can download easy tips and tools to create your own Bacon Bar using Smithfield Bacon, including free printables.


Holiday Ham Leftovers Recipes Smithfield

This post was sponsored by Smithfield, all thoughts and opinions are my own.