Did you bake our awesome spicy pepper jelly-glazed ham for Easter? If you did, and if you are lucky enough to have some left over, you’ve got a feast for the next few days, too.

As far as my family is concerned, Easter dinner requires a big baked ham, and whenever I bake a ham, I glaze it with Texas Pepper Jelly. What flavor? It depends. We’ve tried several and loved them all. This year, however, I used Pineapple Habanero.

Pineapple Habanero Pepper Jelly
Pineapple Habanero Pepper Jelly

Today, the day after Easter, we had leftovers for dinner, and my family loves Easter leftovers better than Thanksgiving leftovers. So we heated up the leftover ham, and spread a little more Pineapple Habanero on it. We got the leftover dyed eggs out of the refrigerator and turned them into deviled eggs – just add some pepper jelly to the crushed yellows, along with your usual recipe.

DO NOT waste these beautiful Easter Eggs! Devil 'em!
DO NOT waste these beautiful Easter Eggs! Devil ’em!

The point is, Easter leftovers are delicious, and Texas Pepper Jelly makes them even more delicious. Remember, too, that all of the flavors work with baked ham! Sometimes I use Cherry Habanero and stick cherries all over the ham.

We here at Texas Pepper Jelly hope your holiday weekend was a great one. We also hope you didn’t get sick eating all that candy.

Sign Up For Product Info & Updates!