Use Up Leftover Easter Eggs – Cheesy Ham and Egg Sandwiches Recipe

Cheesy Ham Egg Sandwiches Recipe

Now that Easter is over, you may be wondering what to do with all those leftover Easter eggs.  This yummy Cheesy Ham and Egg Sandwiches Recipe uses both hard-boiled eggs and ham, which you might also have leftover from your Easter dinner.  These make a great, quick meal.  We even use them for camping because you can just set the foil-wrapped sandwiches at the edge of the campfire or over a cooking grate.

Cheesy Ham and Egg Sandwiches Recipe



4 hard boiled eggs, chopped
1/4 cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese (or use American cheese slices cut/torn into pieces)
1/4 cup ham, chopped
1 heaping tablespoon mayonnaise
Sandwich buns/dinner rolls
Salt and pepper to taste

Ham Egg Mixture


Mix all together and then spread inside bread. Wrap in foil and heat in the oven at 400 degrees until warmed through – roughly 10-15 minutes. (If making a large amount for a party, set the sandwiches all inside a 9×13 cake pan, cover with foil and bake.

Cheesy Ham Egg


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  1. This looks yummy! Why haven’t i thought of this before when i’m starving in the morning?

  2. nicole dz says:

    great recipe idea, easy to follow, and easy to make. I love leftovers, you can do so much with them to create a whole different meal. love this!

  3. Dana Rodriguez says:

    That looks really good and is such a great idea! Reminds me of ham salad with a twist.

  4. We always look forward to making our egg salad sandwiches after Easter with the leftover eggs. I’ve not thought of an egg salad with ham and cheese, it sounds absolutely delightful. I would even add some mustard, but just on my own because not all of my family members like mustard.


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