- 1 package hawaiian sweet rolls (sheet of 12 rolls left intact, not pulled apart)
- 8 slices deli ham
- 4 slices swiss cheese
- 9 pickle slices (optional)
- 1/4 cup unsalted butter (melted)
- 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
|Calories310Calories from Fat230|
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|Calories from Fat230|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ted J. 4 months ago
Always outstanding! Love this recipe!
Kacee Koupal 5 months ago
The convenience of these are nice, however, they aren’t really “pull apart” in my opinion. You do need to cut in between each roll. Also, I used left over ham from thanksgiving. I can see how sliced deli ham could work better. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly and personally found them to be greasy, maybe I’d half the butter next time. I read other reviews regarding cooking time, so I decided to cook for 15 min then cover with foil for the remaining 5 min and that worked well and they didn’t burn.
J 7 months ago
Ok - wouldnt use as much butter
Yvette Burling 8 months ago
Yummy! I tried some banana pepper rings in place of pickle in a few. That was a hit.
Laura 10 months ago
This was amazing- couldn’t get Brioche rolls so used standard white rolls and they were delicious
Wesolowski a year ago
Delish! Subbed Dijon for honey mustard and it was so good!
Nate a year ago
Very good and easy. I will definitely make again.
Jill Wheeler 2 years ago
It was a little burnt on the top and bottom, even with tin foil under it. I wouldn't cook for so long as my family likes the bread softer.
YumChef-pogeb 2 years ago
Yummy! Sweet and buttery...kids liked it so that's always a good thing. 😉
Shannon 2 years ago
Delicious my picky eaters loved them
Hayley 2 years ago
Cooked for about half the time. I used wheat Kings Hawaiian rolls and brushed the butter and mustard on. Will be making again. Highly recommend. Super easy
Steph Mattfeld 2 years ago
Deeeeliscious. I make this when our sliced sandwich meat doesn't get eaten so I don't only use ham. I found pastrami & dijon to be tasty with sweet Hawaiian rolls. Thanks!
Danie Maye 2 years ago
Instead of ham, I substituted Turkey. Also instead of Swiss cheese, I used Low fat part skim Mozzarella cheese. Great recipe, I will definitely make it again!
Malcolm W. 2 years ago
Delicious. We used honey mustard with the Dijon for extra sweetness. Bread and butter pickles work great as well
Mary Blanchard 2 years ago
A hit with the family. I could see doing this with other meat and cheese variations too.
Misti 2 years ago
This was awesome! I used provolone cheese instead of Swiss and cooked for 15 min and was perfect. My family ate them up.
Jessica Carroll 2 years ago
Loved these!! Super easy to make and I didn't have not one complaint from my kids. They devoured the whole pan! Will definitely make them again
Jessica M. 2 years ago
These were so good and easy to make. My toddler LOVED them. I used provolone instead of Swiss. I didn't use any Dijon mustard, and instead of pouring the butter on, I brushed it on instead. Next time I won't cook them for the whole 20 minutes. 15 minutes would have been perfect as the tops got a little darker than I wanted them to. They were still great.
Amy T. 2 years ago
These are great and can be made so many different ways. We don't care for the sweetness of the kings hawaiian rolls so I just use whole wheat dinner rolls. We've tried them as written, roast beef with and without cheese and turkey. Next up, pastrami with sauerkraut. I'm sure it will be delicious as well.
Allyson Y. 3 years ago
It turned out AWSOME it was very delicious!!!😍 When I first tried it it didn't turn out very well but the second time it was good
saemone g. 3 years ago
Simple recipe, but it was a hit in my home! Didn't use pickles and I had it in the oven about half the time recommended in the recipe. We didn't eat all of the sliders in one sitting but after refrigeration and heating up in the oven, they were just as good as the day before.