Ham and Cheese Hawaiian Roll Sliders
Ham and Cheese Hawaiian Roll Sliders are baked in the oven with Havarti cheese, black forest ham, and Hawaiian rolls. The glaze is prepared with buttery mustard and poppy seeds. wonderful for brunch or an appetizer.
Why? They are fantastic and so simple to make. These are great to take on vacation, to a friend’s house, or to serve houseguests because you can make them ahead of time and bake them just before you’re ready to eat them.
Because it makes twelve sliders, this quick and easy recipe is ideal for feeding a small group or family.
These sliders hit all the right notes thanks to their buttery Hawaiian buns, onion-poppy seed sauce, melty Havarti cheese, and peppery ham. Yet preparation is so simple. Bake ahead of time, then serve.
Bake, layer, cut, and bake your way to a sharing-sized tray of deliciousness. These simple ham and cheese sliders are also a great brunch or party appetizer!
Ham and Cheese Hawaiian Roll Sliders Ingredients
- 1 package of Savory Butter Hawaiian Rolls (12 count)
- 12 slices of Black Forest Ham
- 6 slices of Havarti cheese
- Mustard-Butter Glaze (4 tablespoons salted butter; 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard; 1/4 teaspoon optional Worcestershire sauce; 1/4 teaspoon optional onion powder; 1 tablespoon poppy seeds)
How to make Ham and Cheese Hawaiian Roll Sliders
- Without separating the rolls, cut the roll block in two. Hawaiian rolls’ top half should be cut off and kept aside. Put the bottom half of the rolls in a 9-by-12-inch baking dish that has been butter-lightly buttered.
- A slice of ham and a half-slice of cheese are placed on top of each roll.
- Covered, microwave butter in a microwave-safe bowl for about 30 seconds, or until melted. Add poppy seeds, Worcestershire sauce, Dijon mustard, and onion powder.
- Brush the top layer of rolls with the butter-poppy seed mixture before adding them.
- Wrap loosely in foil and bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Once the foil has been removed, bake for a further 5 minutes, or until the cheese has melted and the bun tops are browned.
Notes: If the bun tops brown too quickly before the cheese has fully melted, cover them again with foil and bake them as usual.