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Leftover Ham Pie

I still have leftover ham.  Lots and lots of ham.  I bought a ham big enough for Christmas dinner, dinner the next day, this leftover ham pie and guess what?  I still have more left.  I’m going to freeze the rest and make ham and bean soup with the bone, some beans and veggies {I’ll be posting that recipe ~ my Daddy’s ~  when I make it}.  In the past, I’ve also made an easy homemade ham salad for sandwiches.


    • 1 frozen pre-made pie crust
    • 2 cups of leftover ham cubed or cut up.  I used kitchen shears to cut my spiral cut ham since the slices were too thin for cubes, into bite-sized pieces.
    • 1 cup of shredded cheese ~ use any flavor you choose {Colby jack, Swiss, cheddar, etc.)
    • 5 eggs
    • 3/4 cup heavy cream


    1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
    2. Place the unbaked pie crust into your pie pan.
    3. Layer the ham as your first layer placing the shredded cheese on top of that.
    4. Next, mix your eggs and cream together {think scrambled eggs} and gently pour that over the top of your first two layers.
    5. Bake for 45 minutes or until the top is nicely browned and the eggs are set.



Linking to:


The Dedicated HouseAlderberry HillKeeping it Simple Crafts, Sumo’s Sweet Stuff, My Uncommon Slice of SuburbiaNutmeg Place


Kathryn Griffin

Friday 11th of January 2013

This looks and sounds so good! Thank you for sharing this at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

Rose @ Walnut Acre

Monday 7th of January 2013

This looks absolutely delicious! I love egg dishes.

Mary Beth

Monday 7th of January 2013

Thanks so much, Rose ~ I'm an egg lover, too!


Sunday 6th of January 2013

Found you through It's So Very Cheri. I added your button to my page for blog buttons. You can see it here: I also liked your FB page. Would love for you to take a look around my blog as well, when you get a minute. Thanks, Jacque

Mary Beth

Sunday 6th of January 2013

Thanks so much, Jacque ~ I liked your FB page from my personal page....that way the like counts for your total ~ the premise of your blog is wonderful ~ showcasing handmade.

Have a lovely week!

Mary Beth