3 Alternative Recipes to the Traditional Easter Ham

Spring is finally here, and Easter is just a few days away. Don’t spend the entire holiday slaving over a hot oven and making the same old roast. Enjoy the sunny weather and take your feast outside! Forget the traditional Easter ham; use your gourmet smoked ham to make these three alternative recipes, straight from the party experts at Celebrations.com, instead. They’re perfect for a light and fresh Easter meal in the great outdoors.

Chipotle Deviled Eggs With Ham and Cheddar

Chipotle Deviled Eggs With Ham and Cheddar

Kick off your backyard party with these zesty little appetizers. The combination of smooth ham and cheese with fiery chipotles spices will wake up your guests’ senses, getting them ready for all the fun Easter activities you have planned for the day ahead.

Ham and Cheese Strata

Ham and Cheese Strata

This fluffy dish is light on the stomach, but can be packed with the mouthwatering flavors of peppers, mushrooms, Monterey Jack cheese, and more. Just pick your favorite ingredients to create your own flavor. It’ll keep you and your guests satisfied, but it won’t weigh you down while you’re out in the open air.

Ham and Pineapple Grill Packets With Cinnamon Sugar Bread

Ham and Pineapple Grill Packets With Cinnamon Sugar Bread

End Easter Sunday with something sweet and simple: Just mix up the ingredients, wrap them in tinfoil, and throw them on the grill. You’ll have more time to join the kids on their Easter egg hunt, and you’ll have a refreshing treat to enjoy afterward!

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