If you are cooking ham this weekend for Easter, then this meal plan is for you! Don’t you love it when you can make the most of leftovers? I also have a great recipe for your holiday ham that uses a simple maple, orange, garlic glaze. It was the first time I cooked a ham and if it’s your first time, you’ll find the tutorial helpful.
Here’s to a Healthy Happy Easter. Cheers!
You can cook this delicious soup when you get home or throw it all into the crockpot before work and cook on low all day. Jo cooked a ham for the first time this as well with amazing results. It snowed here last night so looks like soup is on the menu for a few weeks yet!
“Succulent whitefish stuffed with creamy and dreamy crab filling and topped with a lemon butter drizzle…in just 30 little minutes.” – that’s how Bobbi describes this easy and delicious dish that’s ready ind30 minutes! You can use real crab or imitation for this recipe and your family is going to be asking you if there is a special occasion when you set his on the table. You can just smile and pretend you spent hours on this dish!
You have to love a dish that comes in at $0.88 per serving. Use up the last of the ham in a tasty bowtie recipe that is bound to become a family favorite. Best of all – 15 minutes to make!
I’m obsessed with this beautiful recipe and make it often. Pick up a rotisserie chicken on your way home and this healthy, filling dinner comes together quickly. Let the kids help assemble this colorful dish – a great opportunity to chat about nutritious ingredients.
This healthy comfort food is perfect for a Friday when everyone is kicking back from a busy week. Monique adds some steamed greens and cauliflower puree to make this meal special. Love the addition of smoked paprika!