Peaches and Cream Country Ham Dip – so easy to make and it tastes great! Only 6 ingredients! Cream cheese, country ham, dijon mustard, green onions, peach preserves, pecans. Dump everything in the food processor and pulse. Serve with crackers and/or celery. It is always a hit at parties!! Quick, easy, delicious dip recipe.
Spring is finally here! I am LOVING the weather. Well, everything except the pollen. YUCK! This time of year, I love to take my afternoon breaks outside on the screened in deck. It is so relaxing to sit outside and have a Canada Dry® Ginger Ale and little snack. I am a big fan of Canada Dry Ginger Ale. I just love the crisp, real ginger taste and refreshing bubbles. It is hard to beat having a cold Canada Dry Ginger Ale and reading a book, magazine or just listening to the birds on the deck in the afternoon. I cherish the “me time” in the afternoons.
This past week, I’ve been snacking on this Peaches and Cream Country Ham Dip. OMG! It is SO good!!! It is super easy to make; just dump everything in the food processor and you are ready to eat. Cream cheese, peach preserves, green onions, country ham and dijon mustard. I just love the saltiness from the country ham. I found the country ham with all of the other diced ham at Walmart. It was in the center refrigerated section at my Walmart. If you don’t like country ham, you could substitute regular cooked ham. This would even been good with some leftover Easter ham.
I served the Peaches and Cream Country Ham Dip with some crackers, but it would also be good with some celery. We are going to a party this weekend, and I have to bring an appetizer. I am totally bringing this dip. I’m sure it will be a hit!!!
Peaches and Cream Country Ham Dip
- 1 (8-oz) package cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup (4-oz) diced cooked country ham
- 3 Tbsp peach preserves
- 1/4 cup sliced green onions
- 1 Tbsp dijon mustard
- 1/4 cup chopped pecans
In the bowl of a food processor, add cream cheese, cooked ham, peach preserves, green onions and dijon mustard. Pulse 5 or 6 times, until almost creamy. Transfer mixture to serving bowl and top with pecans. Serve with crackers and celery.