I am cooking my first Christmas dinner for 4 adults and 1 toddler. What goes good with honey ham?

Since the group is so small I didn’t want to cook a lot of dishes, but still want a good variety and be relatively simple since the toddler is mine and will want some mommy time.

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16 Responses to “I am cooking my first Christmas dinner for 4 adults and 1 toddler. What goes good with honey ham?”

  1. Twistedthinkin said:

    Hash brown Casserole mmmmmmmmm tasty!!!

  2. Rachel H said:

    There are some simple side dishes here : http://www.recipesforvegans.co.uk/sidedishes.html

  3. freyas_kin28 said:

    Some mashed potatoes and a green bean casserole would be good and is quick and simple to make. We always have applesauce with ham too, no cooking required!

  4. Mark Paul the 1st said:

    light mustard and cream potato bake
    steamed broccoli and baby carrots

  5. kevsho said:

    Mashed potatoes or potato salad, baked beans, green bean casserole, corn are a few easy sides that come to mind.

  6. Anna S said:

    try some good sweet potatoes and for dessert a yummy yule log, just take a packaged giant swiss cake roll from the bakery, whipped cream, and some cinnamon for some extra flavor just wipe the whipped cream on the log and shake some cinnamon on their and you’re good to go!

  7. dlin333 said:

    here in the south, we always have potato salad with our ham, its not hard to do, and can be made the day ahead, its actually better if it sits in fridg a day,,,,,,, just boil potato cubes till cooked but still firm, add mayo, sweet pickles, salt, pepper, and chopped oinion to it,,,,

    green beans/or another green vegetable,,, rolls,,,,, a dessert,, is really all you need

  8. RiverFrog said:

    Baked Beans
    Potato Salad
    Deviled Eggs
    Macaroni and cheese

  9. sparkleythings_4you said:

    Mashed potatoes and pickles like onions or gherkins, sounds odd but is delicious with ham and mash.

    Or roasted potatoes, served with broccoli and cauliflower with grated cheese over the top, pop that under the grill til the cheese melts and bubbles.

  10. candib said:

    I would make scalloped potatoes, a nice salad and some dinner rolls. The potatoes or a potato side dish would be simple enough. A salad is also quick. And as far as the rolls go you could just buy those from a near by bakery. That would be really simple! Maybe you could also make something with jello for the toddler to enjoy. But the toodler should be able to eat some of the other food. Unless, he or she is still pretty young.

  11. fajitacita said:

    Scalloped potatoes or potatoes au gratin. You just assemble it and stick it in the oven. It can go in with the ham, too, for an hour.

  12. Beth said:

    Sweet Potato Casserole is a must with baked ham.

  13. bruce_aurora said:

    ,,, traditional glazed yams, twice baked potatoes, maybe a Rutabaga Puree, bread pudding and egg nog and Christmas cookies

  14. Jamie G said:

    make some type of potato

  15. robert m said:

    We always have pineapple slices on the ham. For vegetables,
    mashed potatoes, sweet potatoe or squash, peas and carrots.
    Any comination of the above with the potatoe. Its up to you. I f you’re having dessert buy a pie or whip up a pudding. Again it depends on how far you want to go with it.

  16. Steven H said:

    sweet potato
    mashed potato
    baked potato w/sour cream n chives/shredded cheeze
    potato salad
    stove top stuffing (any flavour)
    baked carrots (with the ham)
    mixed veggies (several frozen varieties in supermarket) look for Christmas colours in veggies like red, yellow green
    dinner rolls
    egg nogg with nutmeg or cinnamon
    tomato juice or V8 veg juice
    cranberry sauce (also goes well with ham)
    pies, cakes (cake sauces) puddings….
    DAMN NOW I’M GETTING HUNGRY !!!




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