Are you ready to play ball? Another game season is officially upon us and so, naturally, we’re thinking about the food! For an easy, always-a-winner game day snack, we like to make baked sliders for a crowd. They can be prepped in advance, are quick to assemble, and come out of the oven toasty and oozing with melted cheese. Here are a slew of gooey sliders to try at home.
With just a touch of sweetness, King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Slider Buns offer a thrilling contrast to the jalapeño punch buried deep in the mix from My Modern Cookery. It all makes for a winning combination that’s sure to go over big at your next game day get-together.
Can’t decide between sliders or Buffalo wings for your next game day event? Why not both? Home Made Interest combines ranch dressing, provolone cheese, and spicy Buffalo wing sauce in these tender sliders that pack a serious punch between the bun.
These Italian Beef sliders come together in less than 30 minutes thanks to John Soules Foods’ Sliced Beef Steak. We pair the tender, seasoned beef with a punchy horseradish mayo, provolone, and giardiniera for our own take on the iconic Chicago sandwich.
Our Baked Ham-and-Cheese Sliders with creamy mustard sauce are super easy to make for a crowd, and you can prepare them ahead of time! Simply assemble them in a baking dish and pop in the fridge until your guests are arriving. When you’re ready to eat, brush the tops with butter and sprinkle with the everything bagel spice and pop in the oven.
We love these pull-apart cheeseburger sliders from The Cookie Rookie. Here, she bakes the beef in a baking dish, creating one large sliceable patty that fits perfectly on the tiny buns. No more grilling individual sliders on the grill again!
The Food Network’s Sunny Anderson brings the heat with this slider recipe. Roast beef is paired with melty cheese and chipotle mayo for a super-flavorful bite, but it’s the spicy pickled peppers skewered on top that we really love. The tangy peppers are so good with the buttery parmesan-crusted buns.
Score big with your guests with this recipe from The Creative Bite. A pressure cooker makes easy work of the homemade BBQ pulled pork that’s piled on these sliders.