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Delicious Ham Loaf for Easter Dinner from Sherrie

This is a photo of ham loaf, which is generationally popular in Sherrie's family. If you're in a hurry or out of ideas, she thought you might like this.

Over the generations, my mom’s ham loaf recipe has remained a family favorite. Don’t have any ideas for Easter dinner? Take a look a Sherrie’s delicious and easy recipe. I promise, there will be no leftovers!

Since childhood, I have loved ham loaf.

Not just any ham loaf…it had to be my mom’s.

Over the years, Bob and our daughters have developed the same love for it…even our grandchildren.

It is our family favorite!

And, it’s not a secret…so I’ll share with you here.

Ingredients:

1# ham and 1 1/2# pork (these have to be ground together by the butcher. Most of them won’t do it these days but I have found a meat shop here in Indy that does.)

2 eggs

1 Cup Wheaties

1 Cup milk

Mix the above ingredients, place in two loaf pans, and flatten with fork.

Before baking: Mix this topping:

1/2 Cup vinegar

1/2 Cup water

1 1/2 Cups brown sugar

1 tablespoon dry mustard

Pour the topping over the two loaves.

Bake 1 1/2 hours at 375.

Serve without any hope of left-overs!

3 thoughts on “Delicious Ham Loaf for Easter Dinner from Sherrie

  1. That reminds me totally of my Mum’s recipes in the States. 😉 Sounds very delicious. Will try it this Easter! Thank you for the impulse. 😉 Along with all the others on your blog… I am so grateful that you are out there sharing your experiences. Thank you so much and happy Easter!
    Charlotte

    1. You are welcome, Charlotte! I am glad this meets a need for you for your menu. xoxo

    2. Thank you, Charlotte!

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