Honey Baked Ham holiday menu makes every bite a celebration

Honey Baked Ham holiday menu, photo provided by Honey Baked Ham
Honey Baked Ham holiday menu, photo provided by Honey Baked Ham /

While the holiday songs have begun to play in the background and the lights have started twinkling, the Honey Baked Ham holiday menu is here to take the stress out of the gatherings. When every bite is a celebration, the memories will be even more festive.

Many people have holiday food traditions. It could be a special recipe passed down through the generations or it might be a new pot-luck Friendsgiving scenario. No matter the situation, food brings people together.

At the same time, no one wants to fret or stress about the feast. The fear of a dry protein or lumpy potatoes can turn that fun moment into chaos. Luckily, the Honey Baked Ham holiday menu is the simple solution.

Tripp McLaughlin, CMO of The Honey Baked Ham Company said, “HoneyBaked has been a part of family traditions for generations, thanks to premium, delicious menu offerings like our signature Honey Baked Ham with a sweet, crunchy glaze that’s unlike anything else, along with mouthwatering sides and desserts. Now, we’re excited about the way our new biscuits offering allows HoneyBaked to be a part of even more holiday moments. Whether it’s a classic feast or a holiday breakfast, lunch, or snack, every bite from HoneyBaked is a celebration that is truly special.

Honey Baked Ham Holiday menu
Honey Baked Ham holiday menu, photo provided by Honey Baked Ham /

What is on the Honey Baked Ham Holiday menu?

From the signature feast to a quick snack, the Honey Baked Ham Holiday menu has the host covered. Classics pair with newer offerings, like the Take and Bake Ham and Cheddar Biscuits. Whether the host wants to fill the table or the person who is bringing a single item to a Friendsgiving, there is an option for everyone.

For example, the Honey Baked Ham and Turkey Feast is the entire meal. Joining the ham and turkey are favorite sides like the maple sweet potato souffle or the Tuscan Broccoli. The hardest part about this meal is picking just four of the side dishes.

Since some holiday gatherings are more about a plentiful spread than a sit-down feast, the Take and Bake Sliders are a great choice. Served on King’s Hawaiian Rolls, the warm ham or turkey sliders will always be a huge hit with a crowd.

And, for those people who want a mix of the homemade and easy, the ham and turkey can be ordered a la carte. Cooking that big protein can be taxing. This option simplifies the dinner. Plus, it can put the focus back on making grandma’s favorite dressing recipe, which can be complicated.

The Honey Baked Ham holiday menu is available now. Check with stores for special holiday promotions, specials, and savings.

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