The best casseroles with ham make it easy to use up leftovers from the holidays or make a special comforting classic any time of year.
It seems like you always have a pound or two sitting around after special occasions and you can transform it in so many ways that don’t feel like you’re eating the same thing.
Make your ham casseroles freezer friendly
Ham freezes great (learn more about how to freeze it) but I think it’s even better to fold it in to a cheesy sauce or mix in some pasta and have the next meal all ready to go.
Most of these casseroles with ham are going to be freezer friendly. Either after baking (for most of the breakfast casseroles that have eggs) or before baking as with the pasta based recipes.
If you do choose to freeze your casserole, make sure to thaw overnight in the refrigerator then bake covered to keep moisture in. Remove any parchment paper or foil during the last 10 minutes of baking to help the top get golden brown and bubbly.
Breakfast Casseroles with Ham
Ham is a classic breakfast food so it makes sense to see it featured with plenty of eggs, cheese and vegetables as a centerpiece for the morning.
Find fun recipes here for Instant Pot options and ways to use up leftover french toast, too. These are all winners.
Loaded Ham & Cheese Hash Brown Casserole
Creamy, cheesy, and delicious -What more could you ask for in a comfort food breakfast casserole? Loaded with chopped ham, hash brown potatoes, melty cheese, and fabulous flavor, this casserole is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or even as a side or main dish for dinner.
A delicious and super simple breakfast casserole recipe – bread is soaked in a flavorful egg and milk mixture and topped with ham and cheese. It is made ahead and stored in the fridge overnight (up to 2 days!) , then is ready for you to bake the next morning, which makes it a great recipe to use when you have house guests!
Whether you need a breakfast casserole or a way to use leftover Christmas ham, this easy casserole is the perfect solution! The combination of refrigerated crescent rolls, shredded cheese and ham bakes up nicely when covered with a delicious egg mixture.
Apple, Ham, and Cheese Instant Pot Breakfast Casserole
This yummy instant pot breakfast recipe is perfect for cooler days. If you have leftover ham, an apple, and some cheese, you are going to want to make this outstanding instant pot breakfast casserole for breakfast today.
This casserole has all of the breakfast classics in one dish! It's made with hashbrowns, eggs, ham, cheese and little bit of spinach. Easily put together, this casserole feeds a crowd and can even be made ahead.
You have to try this easy egg, sausage, ham, and cheese casserole that takes just over 30 minutes to make! It's super fluffy and delicious thanks to some heavy cream and is a go-to recipe for busy mornings.
This easy breakfast casserole with ham and cheese can be made in just minutes using things you likely already have at home! It’s delicious, great for feeding a crowd, and the perfect way to use leftover ham from the holidays!
Hearty ham feels even more filling when blended with potatoes and most likely, a cheesy sauce. From scalloped potatoes to gnocchi and cozy pot pies, this is the place for super filling dinner options.
Deluxe Scalloped Potatoes with Ham
This casserole has just the right amount of delicious creamy sauce that coats the potatoes and ham. All topped with shredded cheese that gets golden and caramelized in some spots. It is sure to become a comfort food favorite in your house, especially if you have leftover ham in the fridge!
This recipe is comfort food at its best. Cheesy potato dumplings, accented with the slightly nutty flavor of Gruyere, combined with ham and peas to make a quick and easy dinner in one dish. It’s like mac and cheese went gourmet!
This easy casserole is a new twist on the classic Ham and Scalloped Potatoes. A great way to use up leftovers, it comes together really quickly and can even be made ahead of time, covered and stored in the refrigerator or even frozen for an easy dinner when time is short.
There’s nothing better than potatoes, except when you add cheese to them. They’re delicious, cheesy and a bit creamy. This easy casserole recipe is perfect for brunch and you can make it ahead of time – just bake before serving!
This casserole recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.
Potato, ham, and mozzarella casserole, or Gattò di Patate (as it’s called in Italy), is a comfort food that will be a family favorite the first time you make it. Leftover ham is great to use in this dish, too.
This casserole is a scrumptious twist on a classic. Rich creamy sauce mixed with pasta, ham and mushrooms makes a delicious comfort meal for your family. This casserole dish is a great way to use up leftover ham from the holidays.
Neapolitan baked ziti pasta al gratin with béchamel is a traditional dish from Naples, Southern Italy. Like other baked pasta recipes, it’s popular for family meals on Sundays and holidays. However, this delicious baked pasta comes together very quickly and can easily be part of a weekly menu.
Based on a dish from Cipriani’s Harry’s bar in Venice, this tagliolini au gratin recipe is a real gem. All you need is pasta, eggs, ham, grated Parmigiano and cream and 30 minutes of your time to have this family favourite on the table. Also a great way to use up leftover holiday ham.
This recipe for a ham and noodle casserole is a version of an Austrian or German dish called schinkenfleckel, or schinkennudeln. It's a delicious, creamy noodle dish that is a perfect way to use up any leftover ham!
When you have leftover ham or you’re just in the mood for a creamy casserole that’s filled with amazing flavors, this is the dish for you! Make this creamy and delish keto casserole for dinner tonight!
Great for weekend mornings or holiday brunch because you prepare this overnight casserole ready the night before and bake in the morning! While we enjoy this for the holidays, you can make this gluten-free egg casserole anytime!
You'll love this make-ahead casserole throughout the holidays, and all year round! Made with layers of fluffy gluten-free bread chunks, salty ham, sharp cheddar cheese and eggs, then baked to golden perfection. Great for breakfast, brunch, or even an easy weeknight dinner!
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