Honeybaked Ham Now Has Pop-Up Stores in King Soopers! {Plus a Giveaway!}

Thanksgiving and Christmas wouldn’t be the same without a holiday Ham! I can never seem to cook one properly and with all of the sides to prepare, who has time for it?! 99% of the time I leave it up to Honeybaked Ham. In fact, the past 3 Easters and Christmases alone I’ve said forget it to baking my own and just head to a Honeybaked Ham store and buy one already done for me.

Last Christmas I was at the King Soopers in Brighton getting everything I needed for dinner and right inside the door was a Honeybaked Ham pop-up store! I was thrilled I didn’t have to drive the extra 30 minutes to their regular store. Super convenient! I’m all about shortcuts and ways to save time.

This year they have them again! Below are the King Soopers locations that have a pop-up store inside. I also have a giveaway! Why? Because I can. 😉

You don’t have to have a pop-up store near you to enter, you just need any Honeybaked Ham store nearby to use a special giftcard I have for one lucky winner! All you need to do to enter is leave a comment about your favorite Thanksgiving dish. Are you gaga over green bean casseroles? Do you savor the sweet potatoes? Name your favorite side dish by Sunday, November 25, 2012 and I will draw a winner! (No purchase necessary, no pigs were harmed in the making of this contest, only the making of the ham. Full contest rules here)


Honeybaked Ham presents Pop-Up Stores for the Holiday Season

At Honeybaked Ham we love to do our part to make the holiday meals easier for everyone involved. Since 1957, we have made, daily, bone-in ham cured with secret marinade and then a topped with a crunchy, sweet glaze for people to pick up at one of our 400 locations. However, for 2013 we want to make getting your ham even easier. We have created pop-up stores in local King Soopers locations. Below you’ll see a list of where you can get your Honeybaked Ham while shopping for other foods at King Soopers beginning November 9, but you can also found your local Honeybaked Ham store by looking here: http://www.honeybaked.com/find_a_store.asp.


King Soopers, 995 South Hover Street, Longmont, CO 80501


King Soopers, 500 E. Bromley Lane, Brighton, CO


King Soopers, 3250 Centennial Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80907


King Soopers, 1070 West Baptist Road, Monument, CO 80921

Cheyenne Meadows

King Soopers, 815 Cheyenne Meadows Road, Colorado Springs, CO 


 Honeybaked Ham Giveaway


disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Honeybaked Ham. I received a giftcard in return for my honest opinions and to host a giveaway. FREE HAM YO! 


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  1. Christian Alejandro N. says

    I’m the only one in my family that loves the green beans! Everyone else thinks it’s a waste of stomach space for the feast. I never have to worry about the green beans running out.

  2. Candalee says

    I LOVE Honeybaked Ham firstly and I also always have to have my greenbean casserole. Everyone says it is the best. I don’t make it like everyone else. 😉

  3. Tim Moss says

    I loved my Mom’s turkey ‘dressing’ (stuffing) which unfortunately I don’t get any more due to her age.

  4. Daraya says

    To me, Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without a big bowl of sauteed green beans with garlic – yummy! :)

  5. Stephanie says

    My favorite side dish is fried okra! Thanksgiving is usually the only time that we ever make it! It is sooo good!

  6. Aaron Bretveld says

    Normally I would say dressing, but that really only applies when my mother makes Thanksgiving dinner. This past year my favorite side was by far the corn casserole that my cousin made

  7. ewhatley says

    Honeybaked ham beats a turkey, for me. We serve it with stuffing, deviled eggs, yams and green bean casserole for Thanksgiving and Christmas. And love the leftovers for ham & eggs, ham sandwiches and bean soup.

  8. Stephanie O'Day says

    Ham! It’s my favorite! I can put it on a biscuit! I can eat it by itself! I love it baked with some Coke and brown sugar and maple syrup! Oh, so delicious!

  9. Joseph says

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a fresh homemade “Pecan Pie” with dollop whipping cream on top.

  10. says

    It wouldn’t be thanksgiving in my house without Sweet and Spicy glazed carrots! A little cayenne, a little brown sugar, and lots of butter! Yum!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  11. Maria Watson says

    My absolute favorite is stuffing with sausage and walnuts. So good!!! I could literally eat the entire pan.

  12. Denise T says

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is a broccoli and cauliflower casserole that my mother makes every year. I look forward to it every year.

  13. christine weideman says

    I love candied yams my way which are horrible for you but taste so amazing! They are made with brown sugar, butter, cream, and a little corn syrup, topped with mini marshmallows!

  14. Liberty Boblett says

    My favorite dish is cornbread dressing that my Mom makes! yummy!!!
    mindomatter76 at gmail dot com

  15. Sarah Davis says

    My favorite holiday dish is roasted brussels sprouts with onions…is that weird?

    Sarah at realtorsd.com

  16. says

    My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is definitely the green bean casserole! It is well known around my house that the leftovers are ONLY for me! Yum!

  17. ELIZABETH C. says


  18. Kim says

    I can never get enough green bean casserole, or that weird jelly like consistency cranberry sauce from a can :)

  19. Emily N says

    Mmmm…mashed potatoes & gravy. But it’s extra good if it is my stepdad’s gravy. I have never had any better than his!

  20. Emily Jones says

    My absolute fave is brandied cranberry sauce. I could eat it on ANYTHING…ham, turkey, ice cream, cheesecake, turkey sandwiches…
    Also, dressing and gravy!

  21. Liz says

    My favorite side dish to make is corn pudding. I always have to make extra because it is so good as a leftover and everyone always wants to take some home.

  22. Sarah C says

    I have to say the favorite thing is the green bean casserole which never gets made any other time of year!

  23. says

    The whole family is waiting on my husband’s amazing sweet potato pie! Poor guy. Every year we tell him to make make more than last year. He makes about 8-10 pies, and in a few days they are gone. I am dreaming about it now…cold glass of milk…a whole pie…a fork…

  24. AndreaH says

    My favorite is my grandma’s recipe for dressing. My dad makes it now and everyone looks forward to it each year. Very delicious! We even fight over the leftovers!

  25. says

    We are actually having a Honey Baked Ham for Thanksgiving as it is so much yummier than any turkey! My favorite to go along with the ham is a family recipe called KK’s Rice Dressing. Rice and sausage, cream of mushroom, onions, peppers and fabulous seasonings. It is what I look forward to every year. Oh and a slice of honey baked ham on one of those little brown and serve rolls. Mmmmmm. Can’t wait until Thursday!

  26. Jeanne says

    Definitely mashed potatoes. I make them with way more butter than necessary and whole milk. It’s just once a year, right??

  27. Jamie says

    Only one? Goodness where do I begin, Stuffing, cranberry sauce, mac n cheese, Hawaiian rolls filled with delicious honey baked ham. Oh who am I kidding, I love ALL the sides and you can’t make me pick just ONE.

  28. Tasha Greenwood says

    My absolute favorite thing to eat with Thanksgiving dinner is stuffing. It can’t be out of a box though! My mom always makes me an extra pan of stuffing for Thanksgiving. I take it home and make stuffing and turkey sandwiches. YUM!

  29. says

    My favorite Thanksgiving dish is fancy mashed potatoes. (cream cheese, sour cream, and butter and garlic!!) With gravy, of course!! I eat low-carb all year, so this is a special day!