Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Ham and Cheese Sliders!

We had a few friends over to watch the Super Bowl this year.

I only like to make the food and watch the commercials.

The kid peeing in the pool was my favorite this year.

These Ham and Cheese Sliders were gone quickly!  They are ooey, gooey goodness. 

Here you go:

2 packages of Pepperige Farm Rolls - Split in half
(I have had a hard time finding these over the years.  This year I used a package of Bunny Bread dinner rolls.  They do not contain milk.)
Swiss Cheese singles
American Cheese singles
Oscar Mayer Smoked Sliced ham - 2 packs
2 sticks melted butter (I used Flieshman's unsalted since it does not contain milk)
4 Tablespoons brown sugar
2 Tablespoons prepared mustard
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

After splitting the rolls, (I have found it easiest to use an electric knife to split the rolls) place the bottom portion in a 9x13 pan.   Place 1 layer of Swiss cheese on top of the rolls.  Next, place 2 layers of ham.  Add a layer of the American Cheese. 

Put the top half of the rolls back on. 

Combine the butter, brown sugar, prepared mustard, and Worcestershire sauce.  Pour over the rolls.  Cut between the rolls with a sharp knife. 

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight or 2 hours. 

Bake at 350 degrees for, uncovered, for 30 minutes or until the cheese is melted.

These are SO good!  They are always a crowd pleaser. 

When I was assembling these, I broke off four of the rolls and put in a smaller Pyrex dish and made some for String Beane without cheese. 

We all love them.  They are especially good with soup on a cold night.

I am linking up with Metamorphosis Monday, Allergy Friendly Friday and these other Awesome Parties!


  1. This is the about the 5th time I've run across ham and cheese sliders in the past week. I think someone is trying to tell me something! They look SO good. I love the sauce! Thanks for sharing at Church Supper. Have a Happy Valentines Day and blessed week. ~EMM

  2. Visiting from I Heart Nap Time's Sundae Scoop :)


  3. These look so yummy! I can't wait to try them. I have pinned this! Vicky from Mess For Less

  4. Yummy! I would love for you stop by and link up at my linky party via:

    Mrs. Delightful

  5. I'm with Mindie, drooling. The hubby would love these, definitely going to have to make them!

  6. Those look super good and creamy. I love a good creamy hot ham and cheese sandwich! I found you via the Ginger Snap link party.

  7. I Love this! We just posted our 2nd Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party today and would love for you to share this!

  8. These are one of my favorites! I saw a tip using the Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and slice them with a large bread knife leaving them all connected.
    Stopping by from Serenity Now!

  9. Yum! I usually make something like this with the little tatum rolls. They're my favorite!
    PS- I've started a Blog Hop- would love for you to stop by and join in.

  10. Yumolicious! I have a similar recipe and those little suckers disappear so fast it's not funny. People just love them. I think this is my first visit to your blog - love the name of it. Have a great weekend.


  11. Hi Mamie,
    Your Sliders look amazing! We will just love these. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week end.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. Stopping by from the Friday Favorites Blog Hop!

  13. Stopping by from the Anything Goes Linky!

  14. Going to be making these this week, can't wait! Adding the ingredients to my shopping list right now!

  15. Mmmm...totally craving one right now!

    Thank you for being a part of “A Little Birdie Told Me…” Tuesday at Rook No. 17! This week’s party is in full swing and I’d be honored if you’d come by and share more of your talent!

    Warmest wishes,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  16. These do look yummy! Thanks so much for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday!

  17. I don't understand the part when you say "Cut between rolls with sharp knife." I can't seem to visualize this process, and why do you need to cut them after you dress them all up? Can you clear this up for me, as I would like to try these soon. Thank you.