These cheesy Bacon Cheeseburger Hawaiian Sweet Roll Sliders are a fun way to shake-up your appetizer and dinner menu. The sweetness of the rolls adds just a little something extra taking the familiar flavors we love to another level.
Bacon Cheeseburger Hawaiian Sweet Roll Sliders
My boys love sliders ands so do we! Due to this, I've come up with many flavor variations. I serve an array of sliders in different flavors, both as an appetizer and for casual family meals. Some of our favorites can be found in the Melissa's Southern Style Kitchen recipe index in hopes you'll enjoy sharing them with your family, too. It's a concept that's simple to put together and one my family is certain to gobble them up in a hurry.
How to Make the Best Bacon Cheeseburger Hawaiian Sweet Roll Sliders Recipe
- Ingredients you'll need to make homemade Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders: Hawaiian sweet rolls or similar small slider rolls, ground beef, bacon, sliced cheddar cheese, onion, ketchup, mustard, dill pickles, Worcestershire sauce, steak seasoning, granulated garlic or garlic powder, salt, melted butter, sesame seeds and olive oil.
- Kitchen tools you'll need: A sheet pan, large skillet, sharp knife and cutting board, large spoon, measuring cups and spoons.
- While I make this particular recipe with those irresistible Hawaiian sweet rolls, you can use mini slider rolls, butter-style Hawaiian rolls or potato rolls, if you prefer.
- You can fully assemble these rolls one day in advance, then wrap in aluminum foil and place into the refrigerator. When doing so, wait to brush with butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds just before baking.
- I use classic cheddar cheese for the edible "glue" for these rolls. You can also adapt using colby, monterey jack or your favorite flavor of sliced cheese. Whatever cheese you enjoy on a cheeseburger will work.
- You can use classic dill pickles or bread and butter pickles for these sliders according to your taste.
- The flavor of the ground beef filling is directly effected by the quality of the steak seasoning that you use. Use a quality seasoning blend that you enjoy, and adjust the amount for the best end result.
- Side Dishes to Serve with Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders: You can serve these sliders along with Southern baked beans, sweet potato wedges, homemade french fries or homestyle macaroni salad. You may also like these air fryer potato chips from Food Faith and Fitness.
- To serve these rolls, use a sharp knife to cut along the edges then separate into individual rolls and enjoy.
- Store baked Bacon Cheeseburger Hawaiian Sweet Rolls sliders chilled in the fridge for up to 3 days. Reheat in single servings in the microwave or you can reheat several at one time in an air fryer.
More Easy Sliders Recipes to Make
- The family will love these fusion Sloppy Joe Pizza Sliders.
- Poppy Seed Cheddar Turkey Sliders are dressed with cranberry sauce for a sweet and salty snack.
- These Reuben Sliders are perfect for your next St Patrick's Day party.
- Skip the tortillas and enjoy Easy Cheesy Taco Sliders, instead.
- Ham and Swiss Poppy Seed Rolls are a potluck party favorite.
- My Chicken Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Rolls are a viral Pinterest sensation.
- Stuffed Pizza Rolls are ooey gooey good.
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Bacon Cheeseburger Hawaiian Sweet Roll Sliders
- 1 lb lean ground beef
- 1 medium onion diced
- olive oil
- 12 oz package thick cut bacon cooked and drained and chopped or crumbled
- 12 dill pickle slices
- 2 teaspoon steak seasoning i.e. Montreal, Chicago or similar
- 1 teaspoon salt adjust amount to taste
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 12 slices cheddar or American cheese
- yellow mustard
- 1 12 count package sweet Hawaiian rolls
- 4 tablespoon butter melted
- 2 teaspoon sesame seeds
- Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
- In a medium size skillet cook ground beef and onion in a couple of drizzles of olive oil over medium-high heat. Cook until no pink remains then drain any excess fat from the pan.
- To the beef add Worcestershire, steak seasoning, salt and garlic powder. Mix well, simmer for 2 minutes then remove from the heat.
- Using a serrated knife, cut rolls through the middle leaving individual rolls attached. Brush both sides with melted butter reserving some for the top.
- To assemble: Arrange 6 slices of cheese onto the bottom piece. Top with cooked ground beef. Drizzle with ketchup and mustard, eyeball the amount.
- Arrange pickles and bacon over beef. Top with remaining 6 pieces of cheese.
- Place top piece of rolls over cheese. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
- Cover loosely with foil. Bake for 20 minutes, then remove foil baking for another 5-10 minutes until lightly toasted and cheese has fully melted.
- Use a sharp knife to cut between rolls and serve immediately.
Have you ever prepped these the day before and then just threw them in the oven day of?
Yes, you can! Assemble them, wrap in foil and refrigerate. Wait and brush with butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds just before baking. It works beautifully.
Help. My oven doesn’t work where I live so I only have a toaster oven, microwave and crockpot. Lol I know it’s sad. But do you think this would work in a crockpot? Obviously I’m sure I couldn’t make as many at a time. Maybe half. But I was thinking it should have the same outcome
I've never made these in a crockpot. You could likely do a half batch in your toaster oven, though. It sounds like you may be used to adapting for it so, adjust the baking time as needed.
Sooooooo good! Loved by everyone!
Thanks so much!
Hi! I can’t wait to try these! But can I make them ahead of time and assemble later when needed?
You can fully assemble, cover and chill. Wait and brush with butter just before baking.
Can’t wait to try thing I just put it in the oven! I used 24 rolls!!
We love these, hope you do, too!
Hi. Yummy! I am making this today and have enough to double thw recipe. (Only had a pack of 24 rolls in the store.) Should i freeze the extra meat and rolls separately or
just make all of them and freeze? Best way to freeze? Thanks, Jen
I would freeze them separately then assemble when you want to enjoy them again.
Melissa hits another one out of the park! I have made multiple recipes from this site and Every. Single. One. has made my husband's eyes roll in the back of his head! Thank you for sharing your recipes! My family gets very excited when they hear I'm trying a new recipe from MSSK! This recipe in particular was fabulous as is. I did not have time for sesame seeds, but we didn't miss them one little bit.
Thank you so much, Morgan. You made my day!
LYNN Carol Owen
Ive made many slider recipes, but these were the best of them. However, as with other recipes, 12 Hawaiian Rolls are not enough. I could have easily had enough beef for up to 18 rolls. I love Hawaiian Rolls, but maybe a little larger slider bun would work better.
Really? That's interesting, my family could go even larger. You can always adapt per your personal preference, but, I wouldn't go less than a pound of ground beef.