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ham and cheese sliders with brown sugar

Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar

Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar

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Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar
Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar


Ham and Cheese Sliders Ingredients

These come together with simple ingredients. The ingredients for the sauce are easy to keep on hand.

How to Make Ham and Cheese Sliders?

These sliders are so easy to put together. Start by cutting the whole batch of rolls in half.

Add half of the ham, making sure that it is distributed evenly over the bottom of the rolls.

Add all of the cheese and add the rest of the ham.

Top with the top of the rolls.

Now pour the sauce over the top.

The Importance of Foil

These need to bake long enough so that the cheese gets nice and melted in the sliders that are in the middle of the pan. Unfortunately, if you bake them too long the top will burn. This is why it is important that for the first (little more than) half of the baking time they are covered with foil.

Other Meats and Cheeses

I think that the flavors in this sauce work great with ham and Swiss cheese, but you could definitely use other meats and cheeses as well.

Here are some ideas:

  • Roast Beef and Cheddar
  • Turkey and Colby Jack
  • Salami and Provolone

How Many Sliders Per Person?

If you use a package of 24 slider rolls, and you are serving this at a party with lots of other food and side dishes, I would count on 1 to 2 sliders per person. At parties I host, most kids would eat one of these, and many of the adults would also only eat one. Think about who is coming, and what else you are serving.

Buttery brown sugar ham and cheese sliders

Ingredients List

  • 2 packages of King’s Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls
  • 1 lb. shaved deli ham
  • 1 lb. swiss or provolone, thin slices
  • -for the sauce-
  • 2 sticks butter /  2 Tablespoons dijon mustard
  • 2 teaspoon worcestershire / 2 teaspoon dry onion flakes
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder (not salt)
  • 3/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • poppy seeds, optional


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a medium microwavable bowl, melt the butter and whisk in the mustard, worcestershire, onion flakes, and brown sugar. Set aside

pray two 9×13 pans with baking spray. Then using a long serrated knife, cut the entire package of rolls in half creating tops and bottoms like little buns. Place one ‘bottom’ of the rolls in one pan, and one ‘bottom’ of the rolls in the other pan.

hen layer the bottoms with ham, and top with cheese slices. Place the top halves of the the rolls on, and then drizzle the sandwiches with the warm, buttery sauce. You may sprinkle the pan of the sauced sliders with poppy seeds if you choose.

Ham and Cheese Sliders on King’s Hawaiian Rolls

As an ode to my 13-year-old son, I was ordered to make something with ham. This kid lives for ham. Everyone in the family knows that and every house always is stocked with ham.  His standing Waffle House order is a ham and cheese sandwich with a side of ham. He appreciates all that we do for him almost as much as he appreciates a good ham sandwich. We hope that you love these Ham and Cheese Sliders on King’s Hawaiian Rolls.

I also wanted to make something easy for the kids to help prepare and serve. They love taking charge of dinner, coming up with recipes and even sometimes print us up menus. Then they serve us dinner. Sometimes candles are involved. One time it was light sabers. They also always find a way for King’s Hawaiian Rolls to get into their recipes.

These sandwiches are a family favorite and we like bringing them to events as well. They are perfect hot but just as good cold the next day for lunch. The mustard gives this sandwich a great kick combined with the sweet ham and roll. It really is the perfect sandwich.


Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar
Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar



These deliciously sweet and spicy Hawaiian roll ham sliders are an irresistible crowd-pleaser, making them ideal for picnics, parties, and tailgating. Plus, they’re super easy to put together and will be ready in no time!


In this Brown Sugar Hawaiian Roll Ham Sliders recipe, the sweet rolls are cut in half and stuffed with a thick layer of sliced ham and cheddar cheese before being brushed with a sweet and spicy brown sugar glaze and baked. In other words, it’s heaven on a plate!


These deliciously sweet and spicy Hawaiian roll ham sliders are an irresistible crowd-pleaser, making them ideal for picnics, parties, and tailgating. Plus, they’re super easy to put together and will be ready in no time!

The glaze is what makes this dish! It’s a balanced mix of dry mustard, butter, brown sugar, and Worcestershire sauce. Then, the ham and cheese sliders are baked until the cheese is soft and melty. They make a full dish on its own, but they also go great on the side with cheese boards, stuffed jalapeños, roasted asparagus, fried pickles, or onion.


We recently joined my aunt, cousin, and family up at their lovely summer cottage on Joe’s Pond in Danville, Vermont, for a long weekend. The summer home has been in my extended family for as long as I can remember — maybe even before I was born — and it holds many sweet memories through the years. We held family reunions there, and our various families rented cottages around the lake.

During the day, we’d hike, fish, sail, water ski, chat and play tennis. In the evenings, we’d gather for meals at a different cottage each night, often taking canoes, motorboats, or kayaks across the pond to get there. A highlight of spending time with my extended family is always the excellent food. My mom, aunts, and cousins seem to instinctively know how to make wonderfully delicious meals with fresh ingredients that feed multitudes. It must be in the genes.

This past summer was no exception. Up at the cottage, we were treated to a number of scrumptious new recipes, including this recipe for Brown Sugar Hawaiian Roll Ham Sliders with Vermont Cheddar that I’m sharing with you today!


  • 3/4 cup melted butter – we use Kerrygold
  • 1 tbsp French mustard – Pommery Meaux / 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tsp brown sugar / 1 tbsp poppy seeds
  • 2 tsp minced Vidalia onions – look for onions on the sweeter side like these
  • 12 King’s Hawaiian Dinner Rolls – non-negotiable because there is no other
  • 9 oz thin sliced deli ham – we used Boar’s Head Maple Glazed Honey Coat Ham
  • 8 oz thin sliced Swiss cheese – we used Boar’s Head Baby Swiss


  1. Preheat your oven to 365 degrees F.
  2. Then, while the oven is preheating, split the Hawaiian rolls horizontally on two equal parts.
  3. Next, build your sandwiches. Start by placing the bottom half of the rolls into a prepared 10×15 inch pan. Then, layer the sliced ham on the bottom, and the cheese over the ham. Then, top the other part of the sliders with the remaining half of bread. Repeat for all 24 sandwiches.
  4. Then, prepare the sweet and savory glaze by mixing the brown sugar, dry mustard, Worcestershire sauce, butter, and poppy seeds together in a small bowl until combined.
  5. Brush the tops of the rolls with the glaze, and cover the sliders with aluminum foil. Bake for 25 minutes. Then, remove the foil and bake for another 5-10 minutes uncovered.
  6. Serve hot, and enjoy!


  • It’s best to use a 10×15 pan, as directed.  Two packages of King’s Hawaiian rolls fit perfectly in that size pan. I tried to get away with using two differently sized pans on my first attempt. It didn’t work well because there was extra space in each pan, and the sauce ran into the extra pan space, rather than absorbing into the sandwiches. (On my second attempt, I bought the 10 X 15″ Pyrex pan at Bed, Bath and Beyond (using a 20% off coupon, of course) — and it was fairly inexpensive.)
  • I had good luck using both a serrated bread knife and a serrated electric knife to cut the rolls in half horizontally. You don’t want to smush them or deflate them.
  • Slice through the baked sandwiches with kitchen shears or a sharp high-quality knife for clean portions.


  • Not a fan of ham? You can use any deli meat you like! Turkey or chicken would be delicious.
  • Add some bacon for more pork flavor!
  • Swap out the cheese! Provolone, Swiss, or Gouda would be great.
  • Top with sesame seeds or even thinly sliced almonds as well as poppy seeds for more subtle nutty flavor in each bite.
  • Garnish with chopped fresh parsley or thinly sliced green onions for more flavor and color.

What cheese goes with ham?

For this recipe, I like to use Swiss cheese.  It goes great with ham and the seasonings in this recipe.

However, I have also used provolone or cheddar on these ham and cheese sandwiches and both of these were delicious as well.  Use whichever one of these you have on hand and I know it’ll still be delicious!


Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar
Ham and Cheese sliders with Brown Sugar


How do you keep sandwiches warm at a party?

After these are done cooking, I cover them with foil over the baking dish to keep these sliders warm and perfect during any party or during the entire game.

Also, these are so good that they also taste delicious if they are slightly cool as well.

What side do you serve?

These sliders are perfect for your next game day party or movie night with your family. When I make them for family night, I usually serve a side of roasted broccoli, chips and dip, and fruit. These sliders are really filling so they complete any meal.

For game a day party, a nice vegetable and fruit tray is the perfect side for your next get together. See What to Serve with Sliders for more ideas.


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