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These warm and cheesy Turkey Ham and Cheese Sliders are the perfect Super Bowl food idea! Sweet and savory, these sliders are a tasty snack with beautifully melted cheese that holds everything together. Enjoy them for parties, a quick lunch, or dinner! 

turkey ham and cheese sliders on a baking sheet


WHO doesn’t love a dang good sandwich!? Turkey Ham and Cheese Sliders are just fun and super easy to make HOT sandwiches, and with Super Bowl just around the corner, I think these need to make their appearance at your game day party.

Some of you know that I’m a Bears fan, and even though we continue to lose, I’m never going to abandon DA BEARS. No matter how bad they are… nope… I will never leave them… I don’t think I will…? 🤔 😉 

Anywho! Years ago, 2011 to be exact, I recall my excitement right before the NFC Championship Game, I was so hyped up and found it hard to keep my composure. Unfortunately, that was SO short-lived; the Bears lost to our biggest rival, Green Bay Packers.

Now, tonight, the Packers will probably win against the 49ers (maybe?) and make it to the Super Bowl, waving their yellow and green in my face, all day on Super Bowl Sunday. 😭  

turkey cheese sliders

Can you tell that I’m still depressed, bummed out, disappointed?! STILL!


  1. The Packers are the only publicly-owned team in American pro sports. Current NFL rules bar any other team from being publicly-owned. HM!?! Isn’t that special? 🧐 
Ok, I guess that’s enough of knocking down the GB’s. Onto the recipe!
cutting through king hawaiian dinner rolls


All you need to do is layer some King Hawaiian dinner rolls with turkey ham, swiss cheese, and add a grainy Honey Mustard glaze. Bake until they’re hot and the cheese is melty. That’s it. 

  1. Start with slicing the dinner rolls in half. 
  2. Combine honey, mustard, and mayonnaise, in a mixing bowl.
  3. Place the bottom half of the rolls in a baking pan, and smother with the mustard mixture.
  4. Layer ham, then cheese, then more ham, and top with the buns.
  5. Brush the tops with the butter mixture and bake until golden.

honey mustard and mayonnaise spread for sandwiches

You can use any type of ham, but I like thin slices of Smoked Turkey Breast paired with slices of Swiss Cheese. You can also slice leftover baked ham or Turkey Breast, and use up leftover dinner rolls.  

If you don’t like or don’t have Swiss Cheese, you can most definitely reach for some provolone or mozzarella, as well as Gouda or white cheddar.

That’s the great thing about this recipe; you can put anything between the bread, and the sandwiches can easily be sized up or down depending on the size of your crowd.


  • Prepare the sandwiches, but don’t bake. Cover with plastic wrap and keep refrigerated for up to 24 hours. Remove from fridge and bake as directed.
separating cheese sliders




Turkey Ham and Cheese Sliders

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WW Freestyle: 8
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time15 mins
These warm and cheesy Turkey Ham and Cheese sliders are perfect for game days, parties, a quick lunch, or dinner! 
Course: Appetizers, Dinner, Lunch, Sandwiches
Cuisine: American
Servings: 12 Sliders
Calories: 273


  • 1 package (12 count) Hawaiian Rolls
  • 1/3 cup whole grain mustard
  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tub (9 ounces) deli sliced turkey
  • 9 slices Swiss cheese
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted


  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Lightly grease a 9x13 baking dish with cooking spray; set aside.
  • Cut the Hawaiian Rolls, lengthwise; you should have two big pieces.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine mustard, mayonnaise, and honey; whisk until incorporated. Set aside 2 tablespoons of the honey mustard mixture.
  • Brush remaining mixture on each side of the rolls.
  • Place the bottom roll in previously prepared baking sheet, then top with half of the turkey slices, Swiss cheese and the rest of the turkey.
  • Place the other half of the rolls on top.
  • Mix together the melted butter and reserved honey-mustard mixture.
  • Brush it on top of the rolls and on the sides.
  • Bake in the oven for 15 minutes, or until cheese is melted.
  • Remove from oven and serve warm.



  • Prepare the sandwiches, but don’t bake. Cover with plastic wrap and keep refrigerated for up to 24 hours. Remove from fridge and bake as directed.
Nutrition Facts
Turkey Ham and Cheese Sliders
Amount Per Serving (1 Slider)
Calories 273 Calories from Fat 144
% Daily Value*
Fat 16g25%
Saturated Fat 7g35%
Cholesterol 50mg17%
Sodium 465mg19%
Potassium 131mg4%
Carbohydrates 20g7%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 12g24%
Vitamin A 267IU5%
Vitamin C 1mg1%
Calcium 173mg17%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Keywords: appetizer recipes, ham and cheese recipes, sliders, super bowl food ideas, turkey sandwiches

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24 Responses
  1. Claudia

    Loving these sliders. Don’t know how to root for (and I really just watch the commercials). In deference to my WI friends – root for Packers? Even though they are bitter rivals of the MN Vikings Why don’t you pass me a slider while I decide…

  2. Fresh and Foodie

    Yum! I actually prefer turkey burgers and love the idea of sliders…because you can eat more! Enjoy the game!

  3. Michelle

    These sliders look great! I’m obviously a Pats fan so I’m going to cheer for the Packers this weekend!

  4. Mina @ Angellove's Cooking

    I love how you have added pear to these stunning sliders!! Sounds really promissing – mmm 🙂 I can feel the taste…

  5. Lori

    First and foremost Kate, that joke was absolutely hilarious…told it to my boys and they laughed long and hard! The turkey burgers look delectable!! Looking at everybody’s superbowl foods is making me hungry!!

  6. Sandra

    These sound super tasty. Why do we think that because they’re small we can eat lots of them? Or is it just me?

  7. Liz

    My Packer crazy family laughed at your joke!!! Kate, your sliders look fabulous…I’d love these sliders, though I know my picky boys would pull out the pears…but not me 🙂

  8. Mateja

    Yet again wonderful tatsy bites Kate! I like your simple approach to food and congrats on Top 9 featuring through the guest post 🙂

  9. Sandra

    This looks like mouthful..yum! But you know I don’t mix fruit in the burgers, anyhow..yours look so pretty it is worth of trying!
    Thanks for recipe!!! (and almost forgot congrats on guest post top9-how exiting!!!)

    1. Kate @ Diethood.com

      Sandra, my husband didn’t want to try these sliders either because of the fruit – I begged him and told him that I saw them do it on Top Chef 🙂 …he finally gave in … he now asks for these sliders all the time. So give it a try, you might like it! 🙂

  10. fooddreamer

    I really don’t care who wins or who loses the super bowl…but these sliders are winners, for certain!

  11. Amanda @ bakingwithoutabox

    Oh now that’s just evil. The jokes and the sliders! Mmm fresh thyme. Definitely a winner 😉 haha

  12. Jill Colonna

    I love it. Burgers with pear. Now that is definitely something different worth trying. You’ve got the superbowl – tomorrow we’ve got a rugby match between the French and the Scots in Paris. Husband French, me Scottish: it’s going to be HOT! Just wondering who the kids will vote for 😉
    We need a turkey & pear burger slider to get through it, for sure.

    1. Kate @ Diethood.com

      Thank you, Vicki! These are a must try. The pear gives this burger a flavor that you won’t expect, but definitely love.

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