Today I’ll be sharing with you 10 instant pot recipes that use ham. I know so many people eat ham for Easter dinner and a lot of time those hams are big and produce a lot of leftovers! I usually come home from my mother-in-law’s house with a big ziploc bag of leftover ham.
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Instant Pot Creamy 15 Bean Soup
Instant Pot Tomato Based Ham and Bean Soup
Instant Pot Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta
Instant Pot Garlic Herb Lentils
This recipe doesn’t call for ham but I think by adding a couple cups of cubed ham it would be even more amazing!
Instant Pot Cheesy Ham Chowder
Instant Pot Appalachian Soup Beans
So which recipe will you be making? Make sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram @365dayscrockpot!
Theresa Fisher says
How about some creamy mac and cheese with cubed ham topped with sliced green onions. One pot meal that isn’t soup😋😋
That sounds wonderful!
Susan Crowley says
I’m outgrowing my 3-ring binder with all your wonderful recipes for my Instapot. Do you recommend any software to transition from paper recipes to digital? I want to move all my favorites to digital.
Thanks so much for your inspiration and getting me cooking again (and my family thanks you too)!
Susan from CA
I used Plan to Eat and really liked it. I just like having mine in print out form so I stopped using it. You can make meal plans and everything on it.
Wow! That’s so great. I love thinking of that visual. I don’t know of any software! I am working on a cookbook and will probably offer an ebook version.
Check out ‘Copy Me That’. It works great. A click of a button on your internet browser and it pulls up the recipe without all the extra stuff.
Les Thomas says
I use the Recette Tek app. It can pull the recipe off most websites and store them for you.
I save all the recipes to my computer. It is a little weird but you click “Print Recipe”. Then the print preview screen comes up. Click the “Print” button above the recipe. The print preview will come up with the printer settings on the right. After the Printer Destination there is a down arrow. Click the down arrow and select “Save as PDF”. Then at the bottom click the “Save” button. On the next screen you select the folder where you want to store it. The file name at the bottom will be populated but you can change it to whatever you want to call it. Then click “Save”
I used to use “Copy Me That” (CMT); I loved it. It retained all of the original recipe creator’s information, the website address. You could use the “notes” section for anything like substitutions or reviewers suggestions (I used it for nutrition information); it created grocery lists and allowed you to create your own recipes – it was so awesome. AND when you chose to print the recipe the CMT option was right next to the print option on your device. Apple stopped supporting the app or allowing it’s use at all about 18 months ago. The software developer has made it accessible to apple users from their website, and there was an export feature, so 2 years of collected recipes wasn’t lost…however, it isn’t as convenient as it was before. My sister has an android, and she can still use my app! I’ll look at Plan to Eat as recommended below. I’m still pining for Copy Me That…can you tell 🙃?
Recipe keeper is wonderful!
It looks really great. I want to do this. Thanks.
Salli G Rainwater says
Split Pea and Barley!
It’s a good one!!
Barbara Schieving says
So many great options. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for including my recipe! Sadly there is no leftover ham at my house.