Baked Reuben Sliders are so simple to make and perfect St. Patrick’s Day party food! You could make them for any party or just a warm lunch! They always go fast!
I can’t believe how quickly we’re getting through this year! My head is spinning. I’m filling out forms for my oldest to start middle school next year and can’t handle it!!! I still remember walking him into kindergarten on his first day! Where did my little baby go????? I was counting out how many months my kids have left in school and we’re down to 3!!! So of course this week we’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and then it’ll seem like next month that we celebrate the Fourth of July!
Anyway….I’ll end my rant about time and talk to you about my Baked Reuben Sliders! I’ve had these bubbling away in my head for a while now. I am on a Reuben kick lately when we go out to eat. I’m not too sure why other than they’re super delicious but I never make them at home. I don’t know if I could get my kids to eat sauerkraut. The name doesn’t help it any. I love it and cant get enough but my kids don’t agree with me. I decided to go ahead and make Bake Reuben Sliders to share with some friends this weekend and I’m so glad I did! They are super simple to make and the perfect little hand held snack for hanging out with friends. We got together for some pool and I brought these and some brownies and they were a hit! The flavors are perfect together and you can’t beat making 12 little sandwiches in the time it takes to make one!!! That alone would make them perfect for a night with friends but they really do taste outstanding! They’d be a great dinner or lunch even on St. Patrick’s Day, to celebrate!
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- 12 ct pkg. Hawaiian Sweet rolls sliced open
- 1/2 cup Thousand Island dressing
- 1/4 to 1/2 lb of corned beef sliced thin
- 1 lb sauerkraut drained
- 1/4 lb Swiss cheese sliced
- 2 tbsp butter melted
- preheat oven to 350 degrees F
- butter the bottom of a 13x9 baking dish
- place the bottoms of the rolls in the dish
- spread 1/4 cup of Thousand Island dressing on the roll bottom halves
- lay out the corned beef slices over all the rolls
- spread the sauerkraut over the corned beef
- lay the Swiss cheese slices over the top of the sauerkraut
- spread the remaining Thousand Island dressing over the inside of the top halves of the rolls and place on top of the Swiss cheese
- use a pastry brush to spread the butter over the tops of the rolls
- place in the oven to bake for 15-20 minutes or until the cheese is completely melted
- remove from the oven and cut each roll out, place on a plate and serve!