There is a fun story to how these Easy Hawaiian Roll Sliders came into our lives! When we moved into our house, a friend was kind enough to bring us dinner for the first night. I was working, three kids, and soccer, plus add in moving we were eating out a lot. She wanted us to have a meal the first night in our house. I can’t say how amazing it was to know that our first meal at our home wasn’t just another quick delivery or drive-thru.
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Quick and easy is the game of my life, whether it is for dinner, appetizer, dessert, or just getting life done and handled! One thing that we always have in our house is lunch meat. With how much we are always flying out the door at the last minute, quick and easy sandwiches, wraps, or just eating meat is how we roll.
Hawaiian Roll Sliders Ingredients:
How To Make Hawaiian Roll Sliders:
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Spray your pan with a nonstick spray; I used a Pyrex casserole pan to make mine in.
In a bowl, combine butter and garlic and melt in the microwave.
Slice the Hawaiian rolls in half using a serrated knife.
Assemble these in your pan for less mess. They will bake right in there.
If you want to spread mayo, or mustard onto the rolls.
Cut your cheese to fit the slider bun, and I did two squares of cheese per roll to make it even more cheesy.
Place a piece of cheese on the buns.
Fold up lunch meat to fit on top of the cheese. I folded my slices of meat into little triangles.
Top with another piece of cheese.
Place the top of the buns onto the creation and set them in the pan.
Use a pastry brush and brush the butter on top of the roll, and once they are covered, I pour the rest of the butter all around. Mainly because, well there is no such thing as too much butter
Cover with foil and bake for about 15 minutes. I took the foil off the past couple of minutes of baking time.
Now my kids are odd, but they love it even more if it has a toothpick! I stuck toothpicks thru them, which made getting them out of the pan easy too!
I did use a knife to cut all the way thru since I knew the kids wouldn’t careful pulling sandwiches.
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Easy Hawaiian Roll Sliders!!
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- In a bowl combine butter and garlic and melt in the microwave.
- Slice the Hawaiian rolls in half with a Serrated Knife
- Assemble these in your pan for less mess they will bake right in there.
- If you want to spread mayo, mustard onto the rolls.
- Cut your cheese to fit the slider bun, I did 2 squares of cheese per roll to make it even more cheesy.
- Place a piece of cheese on to the buns.
- Fold up lunch meat to fit on top of the cheese. I folded my slices of meat into little triangles.
- Top with another piece of cheese.
- Place the top of the buns onto the creation and set them in the pan.
- Use a pastry brush and brush the butter on top of the roll, and once they are covered I poured the rest all around, because well there is no such thing as too much butter
- Cover with foil and bake for about 15 minutes. I took the foil off the past couple of minutes of bake time.