These little oven baked ham and cheese Hawaiian roll sliders are a family favorite. I mean. What’s not to like?
With their buttery sweet Hawaiian buns, topped with a crispy onion-poppy seeds sauce. Then baked until the Havarti cheese gets the perfect amount of melty. Nommmm.
Good weekend food!
Learn how to make these tasty and easy ham and cheese sliders using black forest ham, melty Havarti cheese and Hawaiian rolls! They’re great for weekend brunch. Nothing fancy. Just make them and enjoy them as a hearty breakfast-lunch combination deal so you can consolidate meals and get more done with your day off, while staying fueled.
This simple and quick recipe is best for feeding a crowd breakfast or brunch, or for enjoying on the weekends or even Christmas morning. Enjoyed by thousands of Pinterest users, this is a must-try recipe!
The secret is in the sauce.
The secret sauce though is what will make you want to eat the entire tray of these delectable little ham and cheese sandwiches. The sauce is just three ingredients mixed together with a little melted butter and it will rock your world.
Want to know what they are? Oh, alright. I’ll tell you. 😉 Worcestershire sauce, onions and Dijon mustard. That’s IT. Together these friendly condiments are a happy family of tastiness.
Watch how easy it is to make these sliders.
Here’s how to make these ham and cheese sliders, step by step. It’s simple, really!
Which Hawaiian rolls are best to use with this recipe?
When you go to the store you’ll notice two flavors of Hawaiian rolls — savory butter and original sweet. I’ve tried using both to make these ham and cheese sliders. Both are good!
However, I personally like the savory butter flavor a little better. The original sweet rolls along with the sweetness of the ham can be just a little too much sweetness for me.
However, try them both and see what you like best! I always say, there’s no right or wrong way to do things. So take time to experiment and see what you and your family like best.
Can these ham and Havarti cheese sliders be made ahead?
Aside from being undeniably delicious, these adorable sliders are also really easy to make. Yes, you can prep them ahead of time then bake them right before you’re ready to eat. They make and excellent brunch for a small crowd or to bring them to a friends house as a snack.
Tips for making these ham and cheese sliders, perfectly on the first try:
• Don’t separate your rolls. Cut them in half as a big block. It’s much easier and will save you time!
• Fold ham slices in quarters to add texture to your bite:
• Make sure to cover these with foil before you put them in the oven to back and then carefully uncover them for just the last 3-5 minutes to lightly brown and crisp them. Less time for less crispy and brown, more time for more crispy and brown.
Like my baking dish?
Did you notice my cute, glass baking dish? I just love this dish! It’s one of my favorite Pioneer Woman pieces. Yes, I have multiple pieces of her collection. I opened the flood gate and I’m really having to refrain from purchasing ALL of the Pioneer Woman’s cookware. Gah!
This casserole dish specifically is my favorite because it’s a little smaller than a typical baking dish and it has really pretty glass bead work on the outside. I use it a lot for breakfast casseroles and sheet cakes and of course these slides.
Also, a package of Hawaiian rolls fits perfectly. 😉
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Here’s what people are saying about these Hawaiian ham and cheese sliders:
“These are my absolute fav!”
“I could literally eat a dozen”
“This couldn’t be easier or more delicious!!”
“Best use of leftover ham!”
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