Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders

Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders

My kids love breakfast sandwiches for breakfast and breakfast sliders are even better. During the summer when they have swim team early in the am or summer lacrosse tournaments kids need all the protein they can consume.

Breakfast sliders are not only easy but a quick way to serve a hungry family a hearty breakfast but great for morning tailgating events too. 

I used to make individual eggs, toast the bread, fry up the bacon or sausage for each individual child. Now you can make multiple bacon sausage breakfast sliders in under 20 minutes.

I was amazed when I first saw this on Pinterest and since my kids love bacon we adapted the recipe for us.

These also are great the next day so no worries about leftovers. I imagine you could freeze them individually as well and wrap them in a little paper towel and heat in the microwave as you would store-bought breakfast sandwiches. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

 

 

Breakfast Slider Recipes can easily be adapted but here is the basics:

 

  1. A tube of Pork Sausage, any flavor your family enjoys
  2. 6 bacon slices (How to cook Bacon in Oven)
  3. 12 roll packages of Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  4. 7 large eggs 
  5. 6 cheese slices, we used sharp cheddar 
  6. two  11 x 7 baking dishes


 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

How many breakfast sliders to make per person?

Depending on how if your guests are big eaters, I would recommend making two sliders per person if you are serving them on a buffet. 

If you are serving them alone, three sliders might be the perfect number.  You can make more and freeze or bake them as you need them since they only take 15 minutes to heat. 

Beat your eggs and place in an 11 x 7  baking dish or double and use 13 x 9 pans. Spread your sausage in similar sized pan and bake as well.

You will get these square baked eggs and sausage perfect for our breakfast sliders. We also baked our bacon in the oven but that takes a little longer to cook so start if first. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

 

What is the best bread for this recipe for breakfast sandwich?

 

My kids love Hawaiin Rolls.  But any slider roll will work.

 

Cut your Hawaiian rolls in half. I love these Hawaiian rolls in Ham and Cheese sandwiches also. Place the cut rolls onto a cookie sheet. 

 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Now start layering your cooked Sausage.

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Follow by your eggs. Don’t worry if they fall apart, you are cutting them into smaller sandwiches anyway. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Don’t go skimply on the cheese.  Cheese Slices, you can add as little or as much cheese as you desire. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Top it off and return this to the oven to heat up the rolls and melt the cheese. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Cut them along the lines of the rolls for individual bacon sausage breakfast sliders. 

Bacon sausage breakfast sliders are the perfect solution to brunch or hungry kids.

Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders Recipe

Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders

Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders

Yield: 12 sandwiches
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

Bacon Sausage Breakfast Sliders is a perfect breakfast to feed a crowd or make-ahead breakfast idea

Ingredients

  • A tube of Pork Sausage, any flavor your family enjoys
  • 6 bacon slices
  • 12 roll packages of Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  • 7 large eggs
  • 6 cheese slices, we used sharp cheddar

Instructions

  1. Spread sausage evenly in the bottom of a 11x 7 sprayed baking dish and pat down. Scramble eggs in a bowl, then pour into a second 11x 7 well greased baking dish and bake at 350F for 18-22 minutes or until the eggs are set and the sausage is 170F.
  2. Slice through the Hawaiian rolls horizontally and place the bottoms of the rolls on a cookie sheet.
  3. Layer the sausage, eggs, bacon and cheese slices on top and then place the tops of the rolls on top.
  4. Bake at 350F for 10-15 minutes or until heated through and the cheese is melted.
  5. Use a knife to follow the lines of the rolls and slice through the layers to form individual sandwiches.
  6. Serve immediately or allow to cool and freeze individually

Notes

You can double this recipe and prepare in a 13 x9 pans.

Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 2 sandwiches
Amount Per Serving Calories 441 Saturated Fat 11g Cholesterol 244mg Sodium 631mg Carbohydrates 30g Sugar 8g Protein 22g
All information and tools presented and written within this site are intended for informational purposes only. I am not a certified nutritionist and any nutritional information on stayingclosetohome.com should only be used as a general guideline.

Skip the breakfast sandwiches at Starbucks or Panera.  Save money and make them at home. 


Who would enjoy these bacon sausage breakfast sliders in your family?

7 Comments

  1. Omgee my family would love this! We eat Hawaiian rolls all the time and making a breakfast sandwich with them is awesome!

  2. Oh my these look AMAZING!! i am making them this weekend.

  3. We’ll eat almost anything on a Hawaiian roll. This is a great to-go breakfast–perfect for busy mornings.

  4. Those sound absolutely delicious and I love that you used Hawaiian rolls! They are my favorite. I will be making these and I may try freezing a few and individually packaging the extra to pull out on the go or during a weekday/school morning. I am curious to see if they would hold up okay.

  5. These look delicious. I would eat them for dinner too. Love having breakfast for dinner. Great recipe to feed a crowd for brunch too!!

  6. You just combined bacon and Hawaiian sweet rolls. Genius. This looks divine!

  7. Okay, now this is such a great idea! Love how you can make so many at one time! Such a timesaver in the morning. Thanks for sharing this.

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