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With so many delicious ways to use the leftovers, you might want to make some extra ham this Easter.
Ham gives this whole-grain dish some extra protein and a salty bite.
Recipe: Barley Risotto with Ham and Mushrooms (above)
These perfectly-portioned sliders will make a brown bag lunch extra special.
Recipe: Ham Club Sandwich Sliders
Stir up a batch of this classic combination – ham and split peas.
Recipe: Split Pea Soup With Ham Hocks
This spin on a breakfast will make anybody’s morning.
Recipe: Cheddar Ham and Egg Casserole
Ham and egg on a pizza?! Give it a try; you won’t be disappointed. Ellie’s recipe calls for prosciutto di Parma, but you can substitute leftover baked ham.
Recipe: Egg, Ham and Spinach Pizza
Try a new twist on pasta salad; this one’s made with Latin-inspired ingredients like ham, green olives, cilantro and jicima.
Recipe: Creamy Latin Pasta Salad
One skillet is all you need for this concoction of ham, veggies and cheese. Serve with a big salad for a super-simple dinner.
Recipe: Ham and Vegetable Gratin
This simple salad combines crunchy apples, fresh greens and ham for a fresh and creative salad.
Recipe: Apple and Ham Salad
Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, Inc., which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition. See Dana’s full bio »
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