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Friday, October 5, 2012

Honey Ham Biscuit Sliders - Football Friday


These Honey Ham Biscuit Sliders taste as good as they look!  They are just the right size for a snack anytime of day!  We made these for our tailgate last weekend, and they were a huge hit.  These would also be great for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  

These sliders use canned biscuits instead of regular rolls.  The biscuits are packed full of honey mustard, swiss cheese, and our favorite Boar's Head Virginia Baked Ham.  We brushed sliders with some warm honey as soon as they came out of the oven.  They were absolutely delicious!  Give these a try ASAP!





Honey Ham Biscuit Sliders
(Printable Recipe)

1 can Grands Jr Butter Tasting Biscuits (10 count)
1/2 lb deli ham, shaved
1 cup shredded swiss cheese
1/4 cup honey mustard dressing
1 Tbsp butter, melted
2 Tbsp honey

Preheat oven to 400.

Lightly spray a 9-inch pan with cooking spray.  Set aside.

Separate each biscuits into two layers.  Spread each layer with honey mustard and top with swiss cheese.  Place half of the biscuits, cheese side up, in the bottom of prepared pan.  Top with ham.  Top ham with remaining biscuits, cheese side down.  Brush biscuit tops with melted butter.

Bake 12-15 minutes, until golden brown.  Heat honey in microwave for 20 seconds.  Brush biscuit tops with warm honey.  Serve immediately.

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34 comments:

  1. What a great recipe and easy. These look so good. Exede

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  2. How do you keep them hot for a tailgate, or are they decent at room temp too?

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  3. Michelle - I wrap them in foil and put them in an insulated tote. They are also fine at room temp

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  4. Love it and love football, that looks so delicious, thanks for your share.

    farida
    http://fbfresh.com

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  5. Im thinking Easter Brunch for these.

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  6. Im thinking Easter Brunch for these.

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  7. Im thinking Easter Brunch for these.

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  8. Im thinking Easter Brunch for these.

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  9. You've been on a "roll" this year with your tailgaiting sandwiches. These look sooo good, and so easy. Thanks for all your tasty sandwiches recipes!

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  10. Geez, could you make those things look any more mouthwatering!

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  11. I like the biscuit idea. Boars Head ham is the best, I love it.

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  12. Well since it is 8am, yeah, my first thought was breakfast!

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  13. Will have to try these, your photo of them looks so yummy!

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  14. These look delish, I'm thinking brunch...like tomorrow...

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  15. Your shot with the honey running down them gave me an instant hunger pang. I like your assembly before baking.

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  16. These look yummy, and I want to try these but I have a question, and I really feel "dumb", but are we baking the biscuits and then making the sandwich? Or are we making the sandwich on a split unbaked biscuit? Help!

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  17. This may become part of my Christmas party menu. YUM!

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  18. Ann- don't pre-bake the biscuits. You assemble the sliders with the uncooked biscuit dough and bake everything together.

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  19. made this for a snack/lunch yesterday. It was a HUGE hit with my family.
    I did use the honey butter biscuits, which added just the right amount of extra sweetness. The only request that my family made was more meat and no honey mustard sauce, so I will make the changes next time, but over all these were GREAT and so quick and easy to throw together.

    Thanks for sharing :)

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  20. They are quick and easy to prepare and very delicious. My mouth is watering for more. I will make some for a part of Christmas breakfast.

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  21. I made these for dinner tonight, but I used your 7-Up biscuit recipe. Oh.my.word. So amazingly good!!!

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  22. I have these in the oven now! Mmmm! Can't wait to try them!

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  23. These look so yummy! Is there a way to freeze & cook these individually if I am just making them for myself?

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  24. You can bake the sliders and freeze what you don't eat for later. Just make sure you bake them first. The biscuits won't rise properly if you freeze them unbaked.

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  25. Hmm.. not sure why mine didn't work. I assembled them as directed, but ended up having to open them up - the tops and bottoms of the biscuits were getting overdone at 10 minutes, while the insides (where the filling was, and where the biscuits were touching) were still gummy and raw.

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  26. Made these this morning and everyone raved about them. Made them with pilsbury frozen biscuits as I don't like the canned ones. Baked them til almost done, filled them and finished cooking them. Made 12 and they were gone within minutes. Thanks!!

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  27. Sooo, what kind of 'prepared pan'~? Thanx much~!

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  28. MickieX - any pan that goes in the oven will work. I used a large stoneware pan. A cookie sheet is a good option.

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  29. I am having a real hard time cutting or pulling the bisquit in half....they are no longer circles the dough just wads all up....any tricks?

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  30. Do you think I could build these tonight & pop in the oven in the am? Sorry for the silly question...

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    1. Ashley - I've never tried it, but it should be fine.

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    2. Awesome. Think in going to try it. I'll let you know how it goes.

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