Hallelujah Ham Rolls

As in tons of leftover Ham?
This recipe is for you!
I was first introduced to this recipe years ago by a dear family friend. It is so easy & will make you say “HALLELUJAH” with your first bite.

*Vegetarians might want to look away*


Like with every house, after any holiday – just use your leftover cooked ham & shred it in a food processor.

Luckily for me, I received the above Cuisinart Mini Food Prep Processor from Hunts Foods/ConAgra Foods as a pleasant surprise days before Christmas. It worked like magic to help prepare this recipe. But for the record *any food processor will work for this recipe.*

In addition to the ham, the above is what you’ll need for the recipe.
Hallelujah Ham Rolls
1 lb of shredded cooked ham
1 lb shredded Swiss cheese
1 stick of soft butter
3 tablespoons of poppy seeds
3 tablespoons of mustard
dash or two of Worcestershire sauce
a package of Sister Schubert’s rolls are highly recommended

Preheat oven to 350*

Shred your ham & cheese:

Mix the remaining ingredients together in a bowl. Cut your rolls in half and spoon the mixture on the bottom of each roll, place the top part of the roll on top of the mixture & place on baking sheet or skillet to heat in oven. Heat for approx 10-15 minutes.

*depending on your oven.*

And…enjoy the savory warm rolls with the hearty ham mixture.

You might just find yourself saying “Hallelujah!” with your first bite.

~ great for Snow days at home, Super Bowl Sunday, Easter & parties!~

Hallelujah Ham Rolls - the perfect thing to make with your leftover ham!  They are so good, warm & melt in your mouth



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