Turkey Bacon Cheese Sliders
This turkey bacon cheese sliders recipe is packed with sinful buttery flavor. Easy to make and customize these are sure to be a party favorite.
Who doesn’t love bacon? We love bacon and cheese they just go together so well like that cheese and bacon spread from old army MREs, you know the ones I’m talking about right?
Why these turkey bacon cheese sliders hit the spot
When we made sliders not long ago making use of some free turkey breast roasts we got with a deal from iBotta the hands down favorite where the turkey, bacon, cheese sliders. We also made turkey cheddar sliders and turkey bacon ranch sliders for next to nothing.
This is a great way to save money buy using up leftovers or some turkey you got on clearance sales now the holidays are coming to a close.
These are great for serving at your New Years Eve party or your super bowl party and every gathering in between. Easy to make, quick to serve, and these awesome slidder can be customized to fit your needs and what you have in the house.
What you need to make these turkey bacon cheese sliders
:: 1 Pack Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
:: 1 Pound turkey meat
:: 1/2 pound cheese of choice
1/2 pound bacon
:: 1 stick Butter
:: 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
:: 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
:: Pinch red pepper flakes
How to make these turkey cheese sliders
Cook your bacon while you prepare everything to build your sliders. I cooked my bacon in the air fryer to give me two free hands to work on the rest.
Cut your rolls in half. The great thing about Hawaiian rolls is that you can easily cut the entire sheet in half setting the tops to the side to place back down in a single sheet.
Layer on your turkey, cheese, and bacon.
Mix together melted butter, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and a pinch of red pepper flakes and drizzle over the top. Use a brush to spread an even coating of the top and let the butter mixture seak between the rolls to give your sliders more flavor.
Place in the oven or air fryer at 350 degrees for 3-5 minutes until the tops have toasted and the cheese has melted.
What kinds of cheese can you put on turkey sliders?
These sliders are great for customizing by swapping the cheese you use. We used cheddar beacuse it was my favorite and I was able to get a few 2# blocks for cheap at Kroger but we have used other cheases we have on hand.
My husband loves cheddar jack for this. Shredded Mexican cheese melts really well and has an awesome blend that goes well with turkey.
Almost any cheese will work for this it really depends on what you like and have on hand.
Serving suggestions to go with turkey sliders
Sliders are great for all kinds of great situations. We used these for a family dinner with a side of fries but you can serve these at your next party served with chips, a veggie tray, and your favorite side dishes and sweet treats for a great time.