I made a small batch of these (4 rolls) for the two of us. No Baking Papa loved them. I thought the butter / sugar / mustard topping would make them difficult to pick up but they were fine to eat as finger food. I am not a 'sweet' person, so they weren't exactly my favorite, but that is just my taste. I think these would be good to make for a brunch or pot luck.
Wonderful recipe with a nice combination of flavors! The sweet apple sausage paired with sharp cheddar was definitely an indicator that this was going to be tasty so I had to give this a try and boy am I glad I did! This was a nice change to our regular breakfast sandwich routine and so good you'd never know that the sausage was so low in fat. I used reduced fat shard cheddar along with whole grain bagel thins vs. mini bagels. And since I didn't have apple jelly I served this with a side of apple butter.
Gameday Breakfast Sliders
Prep time 10 mins
Cook time 10 mins
Total time 20 mins
1 pkg (12 count) Hawaiian Rolls
8 - 10 eggs (depending on egg size & how "eggy" you want your sliders)
6 large slices provolone cheese (thin slices)
sliced ham (at least 6 large, thin slices)
¼ Cup butter (melted)
1 Tbsp yellow mustard
1 Tbsp brown sugar
Scramble up your eggs however you like to do them.
While the eggs scramble, cut the entire package of rolls in half (so you have a sheet of the tops & the bottoms).
Place the bottom sheet of rolls in a pan and top with a thin layer of provolone cheese (I used about two large slices).
Once the eggs are done, cover the cheese layer with the eggs. Then, lay ham slices over the eggs. If your provolone is nice & thin, then you can add two more slices over the eggs and then again over the ham.
Place the top sheet of rolls over the ham.
At this point, either cover and store in frridge/freezer for future use or continue on to finish making...
In a small bowl, combine melted butter, mustard & brown sugar. Stir until well combined (and the sugar is at least mostly dissolved). Then coat the tops of the rolls with the mixture. (I like to use a little pastry brush to make sure I get the tops evenly and a little on the sides).
Bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes (until cheese gets nice & melty).
Remove from oven and let cool a few minutes. Then cut and serve