A blast from the past, Honey Ham makes a delightful Easter lunch centerpiece. As the ham bakes, the exterior crisps up and the glaze thickens, sweetening the meat from the outside in. When the ham comes out of the oven, it's all-out divine and the perfect entree for Easter Sunday or any other holiday meal.
Looking for recipes to make this March? Look no farther than this Monthly Meal Plan, which includes 31 recipes to make this month! Featuring several St. Patrick's Day treats, weeknight dinner inspiration, salads galore, Easter brunch goodness and more, this monthly recipe list is sure to offer something for everyone!
Orange Raspberry Shortbread Cookies are the perfect way to show someone you care! Homemade shortbread is sweetened with raspberry preserves and gets a little zing from orange zest. After baking, dip the cookies in chocolate ganache and sprinkle with orange zest. Whether they're made for Valentine's Day, Easter, a baby or bridal shower, or any occasion in between, these Orange Raspberry Shortbread Cookies make a lovely not-too-sweet dessert!
Make BLT Bruschetta for an appetizer for your party! This fun twist on traditional bruschetta features all of the goodness of bacon-lettuce-tomato sandwich and a finger-licking good garlicky sauce. First, the bacon cook in the oven with the garlic. Whip up the garlicky sauce, then layer the ingredients onto toasted bread. Perfect for baby and bridal showers, tailgating and a regular 'ol meal, this versatile BLT Bruschetta is great for a crowd!
Ramen Noodle and Clementine Salad is a favorite side dish that's perfect for all seasons! Toss crunchy romaine lettuce with fresh clementines, broccoli, scallions and crisped ramen noodles. Top with a homemade honey vinaigrette, and this side salad makes an outstanding side that is also delicious as an entree. Whether you're hosting a tailgate, an at-home viewing, a barbecue or more, Ramen Noodle and Clementine Salad is an EASY salad to enjoy!
Jazz up plain French toast, pancakes or waffles this weekend by adding a gorgeous Balsamic Peach Compote! This sweet-tangy compote makes the perfect warm month topping for your favorite breakfast. Frozen peaches cook down with a little sugar and water, then when they're fall-apart delicious, add a little balsamic vinegar for tanginess. Serve the compote warm warm atop any favorite carb-based breakfast to add peach sweetness to breakfast or brunch!