Nothing is better than these ham and cheese sliders!!! Nothing!!! They are sweet, sticky, warm and gooey. Make them for lunch or make them for a gathering. Either way, be sure you bake plenty to share because they will go fast! Lightening fast!
I know there is a similar concoction out there in the Pinterest world that calls for chopped onion in the recipe. Noooo onion in this recipe people! How about brown sugar instead!! Hey, I never said they were healthy. If it’s ooey and gooey, sweet and sticky, it’s probably not healthy. Right? I decided to try out these babies at my son’s birthday party. I know- you’re not suppose to try a new recipe for the first time when you are feeding company… but these just screamed EAT ME!! I prepared them the night before, letting them marinate overnight. When it cam time to feed the crowd I just popped them in the oven for 10 minutes and before I knew it they were gone!!! It took minutes for them to be devoured. I have since made them for other gatherings and purposely made a lot more full knowing that they would be inhaled. Even then, they were gone in a blink. My mouth is salivating just thinking about them. Mmmmm
Slice your Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and place the bottoms in a a casserole dish or aluminum pan (with lid if you are marinating) for easy clean up. Place 2 pieces of thin sliced sweet ham on top. I like to use Boar’s Head Honey Maple Ham.
Break Swiss cheese into fourths and stack about 3 pieces on top of ham.
Pour your liquid mixture on top of sandwiches. If you are marinating them just cover sandwiches and place in refrigerator until you are ready to bake.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and place sliders into oven for 10-12 minutes uncovered. Serve warm. I recommend taking a few for yourself BEFORE you serve them. No promises there will be any left by the time you get to the table. I’m not exaggerating.