These Monte Cristo sliders are delicious, simple and definitely a crowd pleaser. Perfect for a brunch, a simple weeknight meal, or any kind of party.
Monte Cristo sandwiches happen to be a huge favorite at our house.
If you’ve never had one, you’re definitely missing out. It’s basically ham, turkey and cheese sandwiched between two slices of french toast with a dusting of powdered sugar and dipped in jam. They are so good and I can’t believe I’ve never posted them before. I will one of these days, but for now, how about these Monte Cristo Sliders? Every bit as delicious as a Monte Cristo, just in miniature size and minus the “french toast” part.
Fast and so easy to make. These start with sweet Hawaiian rolls with a slice of turkey and ham piled on top. Top with some provolone and havarti cheese.
Add a nice spoonful of raspberry preserves then a generous slather of a sweet butter mixture.
Bake at 325 for 20 minutes then dust with some powdered sugar and dig in.
Recipe Source: Adapted from The Girl Who Ate Everything