This post brought to you by Sargento Foods, Inc.. All opinions are 100% mine.
These delicious little gems are super easy to make and bursting with flavor. Absolutely perfect for a party, get together or for game day, they are great finger food! The beauty part is that you make all of these at once, so no one has to wait. These are also great for a quick hot lunch as they can be made ahead of time.
Sargento, located right here in the beautiful state of Wisconsin, asked me to help spread the word about their “Take a Real Lunch” message.
They want to remind people to take a few extra minutes and include fresh ingredients in their lunch. Today, my friend Debra and I did just that. We enjoyed these sliders for lunch.
Often times I will rush through the midday meal, quickly grabbing something from the freezer or refrigerator and not really having a meal at all. The bad part about that is your body never really refuels and by the time dinner rolls around you are starving!
While these fabulous little sliders are great for a party or game day, they are actually ideal for a quick hot lunch too. You can prepare this recipe ahead, and even portion it down to 3 or 4 sliders, and then just pop them in the oven for fifteen minutes.
If you work outside the home, cook them up first then wrap them in foil. When lunchtime rolls around you can eat them as is or zap them in the microwave for a few seconds. It’s important to include fresh ingredients in your meals instead of all that processed food. I used deli ham and Sargento Havarti slices.
I am a Havarti NUT, but if you prefer other flavors try Swiss, Cheddar or Provolone cheese. All would be marvelous!
I’ve seen this recipe all over the Internet. I originally found it on Chef in Training.
Cut your rolls in half and add a little mayonnaise.
Layer one slice of ham and a quartered slice of cheese on the bun, then put the top bun back on.
Arrange all the sliders in a baking dish an brush on the poppy seed dressing. At this point you can cover and refrigerate until your ready to bake them, or go ahead and pop them in the oven and enjoy!