Hot ham and Swiss dip is a delicious appetizer recipe perfect for entertaining. This ham and cheese dip is a creamy dip version of the classic ham and cheese sandwich combo that all your guests will go crazy over. Make this hot cheese dip today!
Half the work, but chock full of all the same great flavor these chicken cordon bleu pinwheels are a fun new spin on the classic dish. Golden brown, buttery crescent roll dough rises around pinwheeled layers of savory chicken, sweet ham, and tangy melted Swiss cheese. These handheld treats are a great appetizer for guests, but easily double as a quick meal for busy nights.
Not all pies were destined for dessert, and not all pies have a traditional crust. Grandma’s ham & Swiss pie was made for the supper table. Featuring a savory ham, onion, & Swiss cheese filling- it’s a forkful of Heaven in every bite. Great thing it’s easy too, you might need to make more than one!
This hearty chicken cordon bleu casserole has all the flavors of the classic dish with a fraction of the work. A velvety cheese sauce smothers tender chicken and ham for a delicious casserole that is fit to feed a crowd.
Got a bunch of meatballs in the freezer? Give them, and your lunch, new life with these easy French Onion Meatball Sub Sandwiches.
A thick and creamy potato soup cooked in the crockpot that’s loaded with sautéed mushrooms and melted Swiss cheese, and served hot with crispy bacon crumbled on top. Our mushroom & swiss loaded potato soup is the upgraded version that’s perfect cold weather comfort food.
I love, love, love this pasta salad. I can’t quite put into words all the love I have for. My family thinks it’s because it’s such a crowd pleaser. I’m leaning more towards it being the ranch dressing. It’s my sauce of choice. Also, it’s the versatility. I can easily make this as a side to dinner, or add extra lettuce to make it an all-in-one meal. The recipe easily feeds our family, but is simple to double to serve a larger group.
Originally, I was skeptical of the Swiss it called for. I’ve only ever included cheddar in any ranch-based pasta salads before, but my skepticism was unnecessary. The Swiss perfectly compliments the other flavors in the bunch. Simply put, it’s delicious. If you’re looking to branch out of your more traditional pasta salad comfort zone, looking for a dish to ‘wow’ family and/or friends, or simply trying to ditch the pre-packaged, processed box versions, this recipe is a must try.
Ranch BLT Pasta Salad
recipe adapted from Cinnamon, Spice, and Everything Nice
- 1 lb radiatore pasta
- 16 oz ranch dressing
- 2 cups diced tomatoes, seeds removed
- 1 1/2 cup cubed Swiss
- 1/2 cup red onion, thinly sliced
- 1 lb bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
- 2 cups finely chopped romaine or iceberg lettuce
- salt and pepper, to taste
- Cook the pasta, according to package directions, in salted water.
- Drain pasta. Toss with just enough dressing so that the pasta is lightly coated and won’t stick together. Refrigerate until cold.
- In a large bowl, toss the pasta with the tomatoes, Swiss, onion, bacon, and lettuce.
- Add enough dressing to generously coat everything, and season with salt and pepper to taste.
- Serve. If not serving immediately, don’t mix the lettuce in until you’re ready to serve to prevent wilting.