These Ham and Cheese Sliders are a family favorite. The bonus is that the can be made in advance and frozen. Make dozens at a time and warm them up as needed. Come on in and I’ll share the recipe with you…
After a fifteen hour drive to see my parents, my mom always had these delicious ham sandwiches. It was always a nice treat to unpack everyone from the minivan and be treated to warm Ham and Cheese Sliders.
After a few years, of seeing my kids and husband drool over these, I finally decided to make some myself.
A huge plus with these sandwiches is the fact that they can be made in advance and frozen. When you’re having a super long day, or company pops in, just pop foil-wrapped sandwiches in the oven.
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Ham & Cheese Sliders Recipe
Make these delicious sandwiches ahead of time and warm them up as needed.
- Prep Time: 10 min.
- Cook Time: 10 min.
- Total Time: 20 minutes
- Yield: 30+ 1x
- Sliced Quarter Ham – That should give you about 30 slices or more
- Your preferred cheese slices – one per sandwich: Swiss Cheese slices and/or American Cheese are nice options
- 1/2 c. of butter
- 2 sweet onions – sliced
- 1&1/2 t. poppy seeds
- 2 T of yellow mustard
- 3 dashes of garlic powder
- 30+ Small Slider Rolls – or- rolls/buns of your liking
Optional Butter Topping:
- 4 Tbsp. of melted butter
- 1 tsp. of poppy seeds
- Over med-high heat, melt the stick of butter
- Saute onion until onion turns translucent – about 10 minutes
- Add poppy seeds, yellow mustard and garlic powder
- Continue to cook a few more minutes to let the flavors mix
- Open the rolls and add some buttered onions, a slice of folded ham and folded cheese slice to each roll
- Place top on rolls
- Or – place all sliders in a baking dish
- For butter topping:
- Mix melted butter and poppy seeds, pour over rolls
- Place foil over the baking dish
- Bake at 350 degrees until cheese is melted and ham is heated through – about 10 minutes
- *If you want to freeze these, wrap the sliders individually in foil, and place in a freezer bag – you may need to bake them a little longer than 10 minutes to heat through.