Cheesy Ham Broccoli Pasta Bake Recipe for Two
This Cheesy Ham Broccoli Pasta Bake is made with a creamy, cheesy sauce, packed with pasta, diced ham, chopped broccoli, and topped with more cheese.
This small batch recipe makes a perfect amount for two as a lunch, dinner, or date night. It is easy and quick, ready in about 35 minutes.
I’m a huge lover of plain old macaroni and cheese! My husband, however, loves to have as many extra goodies as possible added in. So this cheesy pasta casserole was a hug hit and it’s really delicious too!
This is a perfect dish to use up some left over ham from Christmas or Easter.
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CHEESY LEFTOVER HAM CASSEROLE WITH QUINOA AND BROCCOLI
WHY SHOULD YOU TRY THIS LEFTOVER HAM CASSEROLE?
It’s more nutritious than many leftover ham recipes. Yes, it’s still high in sodium – I mean, hey, it’s ham. But a lot of recipes will call for many processed ingredients, cream-of-something soups, and boatloads of cheese. I tried to stick with more reasonable amounts of whole food ingredients in this.
But don’t be scared – you’re still totally going to get cheesiness and rich flavor. I’ve just tamed down the total amount of cheese a bit so you’re getting a more balanced meal. And I’ve added lots of broccoli; perfect for boosting your green veggie intake.
You’ll also use quinoa as the base for the casserole instead of noodles. This makes it a good option for those who are gluten free, as the rest of the recipe can easily be modified to fit a gluten-free diet. Just use rice flour rather than all-purpose flour for the roux, and remember to check the ham and mustard for gluten. Occasionally these will contain wheat (in the glaze of the ham, for example) so you’ll want to double check your ingredients.
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HAM AND SWISS SLIDERS
Super Bowl 50 is almost upon us – less than 2 weeks away! We’re going to watch the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers. I just hope it’s a good game, and that the commercials aren’t so corny 🙂 If you’re hosting a get together to watch the big game, you’ll want to make sure you have these on the menu: Ham and Swiss Sliders. They’re easy to make, quick to prepare, and so friggin good. The first time I had these, someone brought them to a bridal shower and I was immediately hooked….and so has every person I’ve ever made them for. So make a double batch!
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Paleo Ham Egg Bake with Hash Browns (Whole30, GF)
This Paleo ham egg bake is the perfect “clean out the fridge” meal. It works for both hosting a brunch or simple Whole30 meal prep with leftover ham to have grab-and-go breakfasts for the week. The versatility of it for those reasons make it a hit no matter what you’re doing or who you’re feeding. Everyone loves the hash brown crust too! I’ve made this dozens of times with a variety of different veggies, so get creative and change things up!
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This stromboli recipe is tender dough stuffed with tomato sauce, cheese and Italian meats, then baked to golden brown perfection. It’s a quick and easy dinner that’s ready in just 30 minutes!
My family devours anything that’s pizza flavored, like pizza dip, pizza muffins and this amazingly delicious Italian stromboli. A stromboli is a super versatile meal option that can be filled with so many different ingredients!
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Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Brunch Bake
This luscious Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Brunch Bake has the smooth flavor of a restaurant quiche with no fuss at all. The glorious custard that binds the hash browns, ham and onions together is only enhanced by the sharp flavor of copious amounts of shredded white cheddar cheese. Serve this for breakfast, brunch or “brinner” and watch hungry eaters come running to the table.
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