Make it a HoneyBaked Holiday and 5 Tips to Stress Less #HoneyBakedMoments

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Tradition in my family for over 40 years is having ham for Christmas dinner. Whether it is Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, ham is always our meat of choice for dining.

This holiday make your memories delicious, delightful and simple. We all know that holiday prepping, planning and cooking can be time-consuming, stressed and you forget things. I know that I always want my meal to be one of the centerpoints of our holiday . HoneyBaked is here to help!

HoneyBaked Ham’s handcrafted, premium meats are smoked, spiral sliced and finished with the sweet, crunchy glaze that has set them apart for generations. My family has enjoyed the sweet, delicious taste for decades.

Make it Simple

Here are some tips and tricks to plan ahead and make your overall holiday experience less stressful, magic and memorable and blessed.

  • Plan ahead – Do as much shopping as early as you can. Whether it is online or during the day when most aren’t shopping, get your lists made and get it done early
  • Incorporate the family – make it a fun weekend project. Bake cookies together, wrap gifts for other family members together and decorate.
  •  Use gift bags – Using these is just as colorful and meaningful when the recipient opens it up. The best part is that there is little to no cleanup, less time wrapping and the recipient has something to take it home in and reuse.
  • Consider Photo Cards and Printed Labels – This is an idea that is fun and less stressful. You can use a family photo, put a message on the card and print if off. This allows less time signing cards and more time to prep other things. The labels will save you hours of writing out hand-written envelopes.
  • Get your meat AND Sides at HoneyBaked – HoneyBaked offers tantalizing ham and turkey breasts that are glazed in a delicious coating and come pre-cooked. They also have tasty, traditional sides that you put right into the oven and are ready in no time. This saves hours of side dish prepping and gives you more time to spend with family and other holiday guests.

Not sure how many are coming this Christmas? When you step into a HoneyBaked store, let the HoneyBaked Ham staff know how many people you’re serving. They can help you create the perfect meal including ham or turkey, all of the sides and even dessert! 

HoneyBaked Gives Back This Season

When you shop at HoneyBaked, this gives you an opportunity to give back during the holidays. You can help our first responders all over whowill be working this holiday season, ensuring our communities stay safe. This year, HoneyBaked Ham will deliver meals to first responder locations and give them a taste of home, even when they are working.

HoneyBaked Ham also supports the Gary Sinise Foundation. By collecting donations in their store locations for the foundation’s First Responder Outreach program, HoneyBaked provides 250 hams and turkeys to the families of fallen soldier program this holiday season.

If their unique and delicious taste wasn’t enough, this act of generosity is what sets HoneyBaked apart from any other company.

Don’t get stressed with meal prep. HoneyBaked has all of the food you need to feed your crew. Another way to simplfy your shopping is ordering your HoneyBaked meal ahead of time.

Here is a great way to save time and money! When ordering online, simply enter promo code 720877 at checkout to save $5.00 on a half bone-in ham. This promo code is good for online purchases only. Then when you schedule permits, head to your store and pick up your order.

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Comments

  1. Lorena Keech says:

    I always make my mother’s fudge recipe for family and friend gifts. On Christmas Eve, we open one gift each and it is always new winter pjs. We share Christmas Day with a group of family and friends.

  2. We get together with neighbors, and go Christmas caroling around the neighborhood. We started when my kids were little, and continue to do it to this day!

  3. We always bake christmas cookies that was handed down.

  4. love ham

  5. Alyssa Duff says:

    My family always had a honeybaked ham and i love them so! Since we will be away from family this year this would be a dream!

  6. Daniel Sampeck says:

    Drinking!

  7. Our Christmas tradition is spending Christmas Eve with family every year..

  8. Seyma Shabbir says:

    We love to bake Christmas Cookies! Decorating them with my sons is the best part!

  9. Angela Williams says:

    We like to read the bible story of the first Christmas before we open gifts on Christmas morning.

  10. we always visit our neighbors on Christmas Eve for a tamale making party

  11. Go on vacation, bake lots of cookies, watch the Grinch and rudolph orginal movies

  12. Audrey Stewart says:

    We always have Lasagna on Christmas Eve, then off to Midnight Mass. We have been doing this for as long a I can remember.

  13. We make Pizzelles and decorate the tree. WE open 1 gift on Christmas Eve. We have cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning with hot cocoa or coffee.

  14. We always have a Tree Lighting Party with kicked up eggnog

  15. The adults do a secret santa exchange and the money we would have spent on additional presents we give to a local charity or family in need.

  16. Kimberly Manning says:

    My favorite holiday tradition for Christmas is baking pies with my mom. I love when we put up the tree the whole family comes over and helps to decorate it while we listen to Christmas music!

  17. We always open our presents on Christmas Eve.

  18. rochelle haynes says:

    We all trim the tree together and sing Christmas songs

  19. We bake and decorate sugar cookies on Christmas Eve. Usually just me or my mom end up finishing them, but it’s always fun!

  20. We usually have turkey for Thanksgiving and a beef roast at Christmas. We love to make Aunt Fanny’s squash casserole. Also cherry cheese pie. We always attend the local firefighters’ breakfast where they feed us pancakes in exchange for bringing them toys to give away to kids in need. We also love to drive around and see all the lights on people’s houses.

  21. Holiday traditions include decorating the Christmas tree together with family with holiday tunes playing in the background. We later watch Christmas movies.

  22. On Christmas Eve we relax and watch Christmas movies then we open one present at night.

  23. I’m learning new traditions. My kids are grown and out of the house and no family near.

  24. Cathy Kline says:

    Since both our parents are gone, I always bake the cookies that my mom made every Christmas.. I make a fudge that my sis in law always made before she passed.. We always have ham with all the fixings, and recently I have been purchasing spiral hams, and love them… Someday hopefully will be able to try a Honey Baked Ham!! I have always heard they are delicious!!!!

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