Thanksgiving Sliders

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Thanksgiving Sliders are the perfect way to use up your Thanksgiving dinner leftovers.  You have all the main players here.  Soft roll, roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberries.  The gang’s all here.

Thanksgiving is quite the cooking holiday.  It is also a BIG family fun holiday.  I have the best memories of playing with my cousins and siblings for hours and hours while all of the cooking was being done.  And I also have very fond memories of my grandpa making his evening “leftover” sandwich.  Dinner roll, cranberry sauce, turkey, stuffing, and cheese.  He liked to eat his sandwich cold with all of the ingredients straight from the fridge.  I liked to heat mine up in the microwave to make the cheese and cranberries nice and warm.

I have mentioned that I have a really really big family.  When we get together every year for Thanksgiving there are rarely leftovers.  If you miss dinner…..there is nothing in the fridge waiting for you later.  That creates a MAJOR dilemma in my “leftover” sandwich making situation come 7 pm.  I have come up with a way to have the ingredients in my fridge for my favorite Thanksgiving Sliders and I can make the pan of them and eat them anytime I want for several days.  The goodness lives on.

 

Make a quick stop at Costco and you can get everything you need.  Set these all aside and set your taste buds on Thanksgiving Sliders for the day after Thanksgiving while you watch all the Hallmark movies and decorate the tree.   You can get a roasted turkey breast and slice it thin.  They have the big packs of the Hawaiin Rolls.  Grab the tub of cranberry sauce (I promise it is every bit as delicious as homemade) or you can use the canned jelly kind that is a delight!  A little cheese of any kind and a box of stuffing and a stick of butter.  You get all of the Thanksgiving taste with none of the cooking.

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Thanksgiving Sliders

Thanksgiving Sliders are the perfect way to use up your Thanksgiving dinner leftovers.  You have all the main players here.  Soft roll, roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberries.  The gang’s all here.

  • Author: Alexis

Ingredients

12 rolls, I use the King’s Hawaiian Rolls

1 cup whole berry cranberry sauce (jellied kind is just fine too)

Sliced turkey breast

Provolone cheese (I use 9 slices and let them overlap)

1 1/2 cup herbed stuffing mix

1 stick of butter, melted (1/2 cup)

 

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Grease a 9×13 baking dish.

Place the bottoms of the 12 dinner rolls in the baking dish.

Layer on the cranberry sauce to each roll.

Next is the turkey.  I like thick slices piled on thick.  You do you here sister!

Cheese.  Any cheese here will work, I like provolone and I let it overlap

Put on the roll tops.

Melt butter and stir in stuffing mix.  Sprinkle over the tops of the rolls.

Bake covered with foil for 10 minutes, remove foil and bake another 10 minutes.

Enjoy

Notes

These make the perfect sandwich to pack for lunch because they are also delicious when cold.  Make these for your next football party and your guest will be cheering for you.

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