Friday, July 10, 2020

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage) + VIDEO

Breakfast Sliders are a fully loaded perfectly portable hand held breakfast made using breakfast sausage. They are a handful of yum!

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)
All of your favorite breakfast fixin's come together with the most amazing and unexpected glaze to create the perfect breakfast or dinner.

We love these for game day and let me tell you they are amazingly convenient for tailgating! We love these sliders, Chad calls them a 'handful of yum'. Can't beat that endorsement!

Breakfast sausage is such a versatile ingredient that I've used it in quite a few different recipes including these breakfast sliders.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Have you had a chance to try my Garlic Parmesan Cheesy Sausage Bombs? Or, my Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Monkey Bread is one of my favorite hearty breakfast ideas.

If you're looking for a dinner recipe that uses sage breakfast sausage. you have got to try this delicious Sausage Gravy and Biscuit Skillet recipe.  You can have it on the table in just 30 minutes. It's perfect for your busiest nights.

Breakfast sandwiches really are one of my favorite make-ahead easy breakfast ideas. And, when it comes in a breakfast slider size, it's even better.

If you change up the ingredients, you have enough slider recipes to have a different breakfast or lunch almost every day.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Can I freeze these breakfast sliders?

Yes! One of the easiest ways to save time on a busy morning is by preparing your breakfast the day or weekend before.

Take some time on the weekend and make a batch of these breakfast sliders so you have breakfast all week.

Once the sliders are cooled, place each one (or two) in a freezer bag. They will stay good in the freezer for up to three months this way.

When you want to have one for breakfast, just take it out of the freezer and put it in the oven for a few minutes while you're getting ready for the day.

By the time you're ready to eat, you'll have a hot egg and breakfast sausage slider ready for you to eat.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Ingredient variations
These breakfast sliders use eggs, breakfast sausage, and cheese. But, you can alter the ingredients if you want to. Why not try breakfast sliders with biscuits instead of Hawaiian dinner rolls.

Or, you can try bagel breakfast sliders if you prefer.  The possibilities are endless.

To change this into a bacon breakfast sliders recipe, you can use regular or turkey bacon in place of the breakfast sausage.

Or, why not try deli ham instead. Change up the type of cheese you use. Or, leave the ingredients out that you don't want to use. It's that versatile and easy to modify.

Are these breakfast sliders just for breakfast?
You can enjoy these breakfast sliders any time you like. They make a great brunch or breakfast for dinner. Or, why not take them as a tailgating or appetizer recipe.

We always get rave reviews when we bring these to events.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

What can I serve with breakfast sliders?
If you plan on serving these breakfast sausage sliders for breakfast, they are a complete meal by themselves. But, if you want to add something to your meal, you can slice fresh strawberries.

Or, why not try a bowl of fruit salad. My Best Ever Tropical Fruit Salad would be a delicious choice.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Helpful Tips to make Cheesy Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sliders To make for tailgating use a disposable foil pan or wrap individually in foil and keep warm. Sliders can be prepared a day ahead and popped in the oven before the big game.

If you prefer, you can cut back on the amount of maple syrup you use for a slightly less sweet breakfast slider recipe. Just use the same amount of butter and adjust the syrup as needed.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

What you will need to make Cheesy Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sliders
  • A large skillet  –  ideally one that’s more than 12 inches in diameter.
  • 9x13 Baking Dish - I have my favorites and this set is one of them. The 9x13 is perfect for casseroles and the smaller size is awesome for making 1/2 a casserole recipe.


Enjoy!

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Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)


Want to see how you make these Breakfast Sliders? Watch the video!



Yield: makes 12
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Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Cheesy Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sliders

Cheesy Sausage and Egg Breakfast Sliders are a fully loaded perfectly portable hand held breakfast. All of your favorite breakfast fixin's come together with the most amazing and unexpected glaze to create the perfect Brinner (breakfast or dinner). We love these for game day and let me tell you they are amazingly convenient for tailgating! We love these sliders, Chad calls them a 'handful of yum'. Can't beat that endorsement!

Ingredients

  • 2 (12 oz) pork sausage rolls
  • 12 Hawaiian dinner rolls
  • 8 large eggs, scrambled
  • 6 slices pepper jack cheese
  • 8 slices American cheese
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Warm large skillet over medium heat. Form sausage into 12 patties, slightly larger than one dinner roll. Add sausage to skillet and cook until completely cooked through.
  3. Meanwhile, using a serrated knife, cut rolls in half lengthwise (without breaking apart). Place bottom half of rolls in 7x10-inch or 9x13-inch baking dish; set tops aside.
  4. Scoop scrambled eggs onto bottom rolls; top with pepper jack. Place sausage on top of pepper jack and top with American cheese. Carefully top with top buns.
  5. Combine melted butter and maple syrup in small bowl. Brush over tops of rolls allowing sauce to drip down sides and into bottom. Use entire amount.
  6. Bake 15-20 minutes or until cheese is bubbly and melted. Serve and enjoy!
DONNA'S NOTES
  1. To make for tailgating use a disposable foil pan or wrap individually in foil and keep warm. Sliders can be prepared a day ahead and popped in the oven before the big game.

Breakfast Sliders (Cheese and Sausage)

Originally published January 2017, updated and republished July 2020.

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16 comments:

  1. Can they be frozen? how long do you think they would last in the fridge? Thinking about making them for breakfast on the way to work.

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    1. I don't think you should be cooking on the way to work :)

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  2. I made these for a tailgating event. I made three kinds, sausage, bacon and meatless. My only adjustment was to to use less of the syrup mixture. People literally moaned over these sliders. They were divine. The meats and eggs were cooked in advance and the sliders were assembled in the morning. What a wonderful recipe.

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    1. Holli@TheSlowRoastedItalianOctober 9, 2017 at 8:39 AM

      That's great, Gina!!! We are so happy they were enjoyed!!

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  3. Made it once and it was a hit but next time I will cut back on the amount of butter and syrup. It all ended up on the bottom making it soggy and hard to eat with our hands.

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  4. I make this all the time for tailgating, I don't use any maple syrup. I don't care for the sweetness. They are always a hit !!!

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  5. I’m curious, will it also work if I make the eggs scrambled instead of baking it into a big omelet? Bc I’ve made this recipe multiple times but it takes an hour just to bake the egg and I want to know if making them scrambled would work? As long as it doesn’t fall out the mini Hawaiian breads

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    1. The eggs call for scrambled no for bake egg. You going bake the whole slider for 15 to 20 min.

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  6. I thought the amount of sausage was too much, so I used a roll of Bob Evans sausage which I cooked crumbled. I also cut the eggs to 6 and used Cojack cheese that I wanted to use up. Didn't use as much cheese and didn't have syrup. They were delicious.

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  7. These are also delicious using a nice slice of ham in place of the sausage. I used the Pure Maple Syrup but did cut back on what the recipe called for.
    These R Great when having over-night guests and terrific for an Easter Brunch.
    Thank U.

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  8. OMG! I made these the first time and got rave reviews. I can't count the number of times I have made them since. These are my "go to" when I need breakfast for a crowd. So GOOD!!!!

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  9. Can you also use this as a freezer ready breakfast? It sounds delicious!

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  10. Can this also be done made into a freezer ready breakfast? It looks so delicious!

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