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Perfect Slider Sandwiches

Today I am going to share a recipe with you that I made yesterday…. and again today.  It is one of those that every time I make it gets gobbled up immediately and is a favorite of all!  These little turkey and cheese slider sandwiches are perfect for so many things!  They are perfect for a baby shower or wedding shower, but can just as easily be made for a playdate (like I did yesterday) or a fun informal group dinner (like tonight!)  Just like the Southwest Egg Rolls we posted about, they are versatile enough to be an appetizer or dinner!  There are several versions of these sandwiches that float around the web, but I wasn’t able to find one quite like mine so I kinda feel like I am giving you a super secret recipe!  You won’t tell, right?

Hot Baked Slider Sandwiches

They are pretty simple but pack a great punch with taste, which is just how I like to cook.  You will need 2 (1 doz) packages of Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, 1 lb of turkey (I like to get it shaved because I like the texture it gives the sandwich), 8 oz (12 slice) package sliced provolone cheese, dijon honey mustard, stick margarine  and sugar.  No these are not in any way healthy.  This is not the subway sandwich diet plan.  But I promise they are worth every single calorie, and I wouldn’t lie about that!

Hot Baked Slider Sandwiches

First open both packages of Hawaiian Rolls and cut the entire thing horizontally.  Lay the bottoms in a 9×13 baking dish.  Two packages of rolls should fit perfectly snugly into the pan.

Layer the rolls evenly with the shaved turkey and provolone cheese.  You can really use any meat and cheese combo, but these work exceptionally well!

Lay the tops of the rolls back on and take a knife and slice through the rolls following the lines to separate them into separate rolls.  This is important because when you put the topping on in the next step it will allow all the yummy goodness to drip between each roll.

Next put together your topping by melting the butter and adding the honey mustard and sugar and mixing. Once it is combined use a spoon or pastry brush to brush it all over the tops of the rolls.  Make sure to let it drip between the cracks in the rolls and down the edges.  Sprinkle with poppy seeds and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Open the oven to ooey-gooey, cheesy perfect little sliders.

Serve them warm and watch them disappear right before your eyes!  They are that good!

Hot Baked Slider Sandwiches

Perfect Turkey & Cheese Slider Sandwiches


  • 2 (1 dozen) packages Hawaiian Original Sweet Rolls
  • 1 lb turkey breast, shaved
  • 1 8 oz (12 slice) package provolone cheese
  • 1 stick margarine
  • 4 Tbsp dijon honey mustard
  • 3 Tbsp sugar
  • Poppy seeds


  1. Slice the Hawaiian Rolls horizontally and arrange bottom of rolls in 9x13 baking dish.
  2. Layer turkey and cheese on top of rolls and place tops on
  3. Cut in between rolls to separate with a knife
  4. Melt butter and mix with honey mustard and sugar until well blended
  5. Brush mixture on rolls to cover top and allow to drip between rolls
  6. Sprinkle with poppy seeds
  7. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes

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  1. Jamie says

    These look amazing! Any suggestions for making them vegetarian? Cheese annnd… Hmm. I don’t know yet, but I want!

    • says

      Hey, Jamie! Sorry I don’t know how I missed your comment. I am going to think on this one, but you could possibly make them with multiple cheeses and have a variation on a grilled cheese. Or Avocado might just be a genius solution! Let me know if you try anything as I love a good veggie sandwich too!

  2. Kristin O says

    I had these at a MOPS meeting recently. They were delish. I have all the ingredients in my fridge-now I just need to make them.

    • says

      Hi Kristin! Sorry I missed your comment! Were you ever able to make them? They are a quick, easy and kid friendly meal in our house!

    • says

      Thanks Jaime! I really appreciate it! Sorry I missed your post. I usually try to visit and add several times a week but sometimes time just gets away from me :)

  3. Carol says

    Thanks Jamie. Did you use honey dijon “dressing” as shown in the picture, or mustard? I can’t wait to try the recipe.

  4. Deanna Marsh says

    Hi, I just wNt to be sure. Did you use honey Dijon mustard or honey Dijon dressing? It looks like you have a bottle of dressing but I also know there is plain honey Dijon mustard in my fridge.

    • says

      Sorry for the late reply! I just saw your comment! I use the dressing in the mixture so what you are seeing in the pic is correct. I hope your sandwiches came out delicious!

  5. Kari says

    Darn! I just printed off the ingredients list and bought Honey Dijon, not dressing. Making if for guests tonight who are coming over for a football game. Just sent my daughter around the neighbors to ask for dressing. We have 8 inches of fresh snow and DON’T want to go back to the store. Maybe specify that on your list. Can’t wait to make it, looks delicious!

  6. Monica says

    I’m making these for a potluck luncheon at work… My first time making these…I did this one and a ham n’ cheddar version. They smell delicious and taste so good…my coworkers are gonna love them!

  7. Sarah says

    Hi! I’m not a Dijon fan. Could I use a mayo/mustard spread on the inside of the rolls and top with butter? Or as a second option only use Italian dressing on top?

  8. Anne says

    I have a question? How far in advance can these be made and refrigerated before serving. I just made the sandwiches minus the dressing. It’s Friday night. I would love to
    Save one pan for Sunday and add the dressing Sunday. Do you think the bread will get soggy before then??

  9. Anne says

    How far in advance can the meat and cheese part be made and refrigerated before serving? I can add the dressing the day of and bake the day of. I’ve already prepared the bread with the meat and cheese.

  10. says

    can’t wait to try these! as some have mentioned, i was confused about the dijon honey mustard verses dressing. please change that in your ingredient list, so people don’t buy the wrong thing. thanks so much!


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