This article is presented in partnership with Burgers’ Smokehouse.

For home cooks around the world, tried-and-true family recipes often grace their holiday dinner tables. From Grandma’s chicken and dumplings to Uncle John’s dressing to Cousin Jennie’s candied yams, there are a host of delectable dishes and family treasures. This season, why not add a few recipes that will either round out your menu or help spice up your traditional holiday meals? In addition to providing a savory ham, Burgers’ Smokehouse in California, Missouri, has several products and recipes that just might become new mealtime traditions.

Christmas morning can be a blur. When the kids wake up, they beeline for the tree and the presents beneath. Mom and Dad are still yawning, fumbling for coffee, and trying to wake up. Breakfast isn’t on anyone’s mind, but hunger will soon set in. The Christmas Morning Breakfast is a simple, savory sausage and hash brown casserole that can be prepped the night before and baked while your kiddos are finding out what Santa left them. Prepare all the ingredients on Christmas Eve, but wait until you’re ready to put it in the oven on Christmas morning to add in the eggs, half-and-half, salt, pepper, and paprika.

For holiday parties or friends and co-worker gifts, Chocolate-Dipped Bacon makes a tasty treat. The savory bacon and sweet white or dark chocolate is a combination that is hard to turn down and super easy to make. Sprinkle your favorite toppings like nuts, sprinkles, or crushed pretzels on top before they cool for a festive touch.

If ham is a tradition on your holiday dinner table,
“Must Have” Ham Glaze is a perfect pairing. This sweet, simple glaze complements the saltiness of the cured spiral-cut ham well. Garnish it with some pineapple rings and cherries for added color and flavor.

Dinner wouldn’t be complete without a sweet ending … that is, if anyone has room left at the end of the meal. Creme Brûlée Cheesecake can satisfy a sweet tooth. This cheesecake combines the creamy texture of a traditional cheesecake with the crispy caramel topping of creme brûlée. It’s a perfect ending to wrap up your holiday dinner.

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