I love the holidays – for all the obvious reasons like family, friends, stories and of course HAM! I realize the Easter holiday has a much deeper meaning than just ham.
This post is sponsored by Honeybaked Ham & gift cards and a meal were received.
Easter is a time to join family and friends and celebrate together. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to eat delicious food. That’s why I’m excited that HoneyBaked Ham has many options including delicious meals, side dishes and desserts.
Like I mentioned earlier, Easter is a time to gather and celebrate, so let’s do just that! Don’t spend your day in the kitchen getting the ham, turkey and side dishes together, instead spend your day hanging out and talking with your loved ones. HoneyBaked Ham allows you to do this.
How can HoneyBaked Ham help you spend more time with your family? All you have to do is pick up a pre-cooked, (wonderfully glazed) ham and/or turkey from HoneyBaked Ham, and your side dishes the day or 2 before Easter and all you will have to worry about is warming everything up! HoneyBaked Ham provides convenient, easy to serve dishes that everyone will love!
Also, HoneyBaked Ham offers a great variety of side dishes that will make even the pickiest of eaters happy, like our kids!
Our Easter tradition includes a couple of egg related topics! Since it’s HoneyBaked Ham and not HoneyBaked Deviled Eggs (sounds delish!) we still have to do those on our own. We normally get the kids together – and any available cousin(s) and dye & paint hard-boiled Easter eggs. We also take some extra hard boiled eggs and make deviled eggs for the Easter get-together. I just built up the courage to try deviled eggs a couple years ago, and I never realized that I was missing such pure deliciousness! They are a yummy and tasty treat.
We went with both ham and turkey for our dinner. The signature of HoneyBaked Ham is the sweet and crunchy glaze. I am not really sure how to describe it, but it’s so good that it is difficult to give it justice with just words, you have to have it!
Our side dishes we selected were the Sweet Potato Soufflé and the Macaroni & Cheese. The sweet potatoes never disappoint, they are as much dessert as they are a side dish, and the streusel topping redefines the “sweet” in Sweet Potato Soufflé. As for the Macaroni & Cheese, the kids love it, the noodles are huge and the cheese is scrumptious, even the pickiest child will love it.
When you put everything together and add family and friends, you get a great complete and easy to serve meal and some great times together on Easter.
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Also, feel free to share some of your favorite Easter tips and tricks on Twitter using the #HoneyBakedEaster hashtag. Lastly, no matter what tips and tricks you use for your Easter dinner, share it with loved ones and enjoy the day!