I can’t think of an easier way to make a delicious ham dinner (sides and dessert too!) for the holidays than to do it the HoneyBaked Ham way. If your “favorite hostess” (say… Mom or Grandma, for example) has been busy with all the many other holiday responsibilities that come this time of year, maybe it’s time to give that special person a break!
And, how about a chance at a Kitchen Makeover?
And, how about a $7 off coupon for some HoneyBaked Turkey or HoneyBaked Ham? (Keep reading.)
Our HoneyBaked half ham, easy to prepare sides of mashed potatoes, stuffing and gravy and dessert were provided by HoneyBaked Ham for purposes of this review. Opinions are my own.
It was real-good!
I just love the crunchy sweetness that makes a HoneyBaked Ham so delicious!
HoneyBaked Ham is already cooked and spiral sliced leaving your job as easy as dividing it onto a pretty platter cold or after warming a bit in the oven.
Easy to prepare sides are just that, easy! They take about half an hour (see each package for directions) in the oven and then you get to move them to another pretty dish – shhhh! you don’t have to give away your HoneyBaked secret 🙂 .
Choose from Sweet Potato Souffle, Green Bean Casserole, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing and Turkey Gravy!
Dessert? Why yes!
HoneyBaked Ham has seasonal pies right now, take your pick: pumpkin or pecan? When I visited my local HoneyBaked Ham store in Canton, Ohio (Belden Village area) they didn’t have the pies yet so I just picked up one of their “My Grandma’s of New England Pumpkin Coffee Cakes.
It’s so easy, and so good. Just add…your favorite people!
Now. How about that coupon and that Kitchen Makeover?
From now until 1/11/15 you can enter to win a $25,000 HoneyBaked Kitchen Makeover when you buy a
Ham and Turkey Breast bundle.
Check out this limited time coupon for $8.00 off any Sliced and Glazed Whole
Turkey and 4lb Quarter Ham (Or Larger) from HoneyBaked Ham to help you make your
holiday dinner easy and delicious! (Offer Valid at Participating Retail Locations:
Forestville, Silver Spring, Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fields Ertel, Beechmont,
Kenwood, Colerain, Florence, Salem, Centerville, Sawmill Road, McNaughten, Louisville,
Lexington, Fern Creek, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Superstition, Tucson East, Tucson North,
Overland Park, Independence, Barry Road, Norristown, Parma, Willoughby, Rocky River,
Strongsville, Maple Heights, Canton, Fairlawn and Chapel Hill.)
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