Start your morning right with these mouthwatering Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders! Soft rolls filled with savory sausage, fluffy scrambled eggs, and melted cheese make for an unbeatable combination. Whether for brunch, a special weekend treat, or to kick off game day, they're sure to be a hit!
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Hawaiian Rolls Breakfast Sliders
Hawaiian rolls breakfast sliders are so tasty they are the perfect way to start your day and rescue breakfast from being routine! The flavor combination of Hawaiian rolls, scrambled eggs, melty cheese, and a maple syrup glaze make these delicious breakfast sliders a family favorite!
These breakfast sliders on Hawaiian rolls are also good if you are looking for an easy way to serve a large party crowd or a dozen people on game day.
Why You Should Try These Breakfast Hawaiian Roll Sliders
This breakfast slider recipe includes a maple syrup glaze that will take these egg and cheese sliders to the next level. This added sweetness will make these breakfast Hawaiian roll sliders irresistible to your kids! They make breakfast fun again!
These Hawaiian bread breakfast sliders are exactly what you might be looking for when you plan a lazy weekend brunch with friends and family. Baked as one whole and then separated, these breakfast sandwiches are really easy to make and easy to serve! A tray of Hawaiian rolls breakfast sliders will feed at least a dozen people without you having to break a sweat.
Hawaiian Rolls Breakfast Sliders - Ingredients You Will Need
Made with Hawaiian rolls, these King's Hawaiian breakfast sliders are soft and delicious. Here is what you will need:
- Hawaiian rolls
- Ground pork sausage patties
- American cheese
- Maple syrup
Packaged Hawaiian rolls form the base for these sliders. You can buy them in packages of 12-16 or more rolls each. Hawaiian sweet rolls are available in most grocery stores or online.
- Baking sheet or 9x13-inch casserole dish
- Rubber/silicone spatula
- Long serrated bread knife
- Mixing bowls
- Silicone pastry brush
How to Make Breakfast Sliders With Hawaiian Rolls
Hawaiian rolls breakfast sliders are really easy to make. Here are the simple steps:
- Place the eggs in a large bowl.
- Whisk them or beat them with a fork.
- Cook the eggs in a skillet over medium heat.
- Cut the sliders in half horizontally.
- Place the bottom half in a baking dish or on a baking sheet.
- Add scrambled eggs, sausage, cheese, and the top of the sliders.
- Combine melted butter and maple syrup and brush the maple butter glaze on top of the rolls.
- Cook at 350°F for 16 to 18 minutes.
- A pack of 12 Hawaiian rolls fits nicely in a 9x13-inch baking dish. If you don't happen to have one that size, trim off the rolls to fit your pan or use a baking sheet.
- For easy cleanup or taking to a potluck, use a disposable aluminum foil pan.
- You don't need to separate the rolls; just cut the entire loaf in half horizontally with a long bread knife. You can then cut the sliders apart after they have baked.
- Be careful to slice the loaf in the middle, so you have a top and bottom of equal thickness. If the bottom is too thin, it may become soggy, and your sliders will have difficulty holding the weight of the filling.
- Avoid overcooking the eggs, since the sliders will bake in the oven.
- Don't skip the foil step. If you leave the rolls uncovered when baking, they will dry out, and the tops will be crunchy and hard. If you want a bit of golden color and a slight crispiness, remove the foil during the final 5 minutes of baking.
Recipe Variations and Substitutions
There are so many delicious ways to customize these easy breakfast sliders.
- Rolls - Use slider buns, dinner rolls, or gluten-free buns if you want gluten-free sliders. As long as the substitute rolls are the same size and thickness as Hawaiian rolls, they will work as a replacement in this slider recipe.
- Meat – Add some deli ham or strips of bacon. Instead of pork sausage, go for chicken or turkey sausage. Also, sliders are a good way to use up any leftover chicken or turkey.
- Cheese - Instead of American, go for Monterey Jack, Pepper Jack, Swiss, or Cheddar cheese.
- Veggies - Add some sautéed vegetables - mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, spinach, or tomatoes.
- Savory - Spread Dijon mustard on the rolls.
- Spicy - Add a few dashes of hot sauce or some jalapeno peppers.
- Italian - Use provolone cheese and spread a layer of marinara sauce on the rolls before adding the sausage.
- Glaze - Instead of maple syrup, use honey for the bun tops. Or make a sweet/savory glaze with brown sugar and mustard.
How to Serve Hawaiian Bread Breakfast Sliders
Hawaiian roll breakfast sliders sausage breakfast is a delicious way to begin your day. However, you don't have to limit these sliders to breakfast. They are also perfect for brunch or a light supper.
Your favorite smoothie, hash browns, tater tots, fresh fruit, or fried apples are great sides to serve with these breakfast sliders with Hawaiian rolls.
Serve these King's Hawaiian breakfast sliders with more maple syrup for dipping.
How to Store Breakfast Sliders With Hawaiian Rolls
Refrigerator: Store any leftover breakfast sliders in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Freezer: Wrap completely cooled sliders individually in plastic wrap. Place in a freezer-safe container or heavy-duty freezer bag, and your sliders will be good in the freezer for up to 3 months. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight.
Reheat: When thawed, bake at 350°F for approximately 5 minutes or until warmed through. You can microwave them for about 30 seconds, but they will tend to become soggy.
Can Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders Be Made Ahead of Time?
If you want to prep this Hawaiian roll breakfast sliders sausage recipe in advance, you can scramble the eggs beforehand, so you have less work to do in the morning. Store your prepared eggs in an airtight container in the fridge.
These sliders freeze well if unglazed (to avoid sogginess when thawed). Allow them to cool completely, then wrap them individually in plastic wrap. Place the wrapped sliders in a large freezer bag and freeze them for up to 3 months. When reheating from the freezer, brush on the glaze.
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Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders
- 1 package Hawaiian Rolls
- 8 large large eggs
- 4 tablespoons salted butter melted, divided use
- 12 cooked breakfast sausage patties
- 6-8 slices American cheese
- ¼ cup maple syrup
- Preheat the oven to 350°F. Spray a large baking sheet or 9x13-inch casserole dish with non-stick cooking spray.
- Beat eggs in a medium mixing bowl. Add eggs and 2 tablespoons of butter to a skillet over medium heat. Stir with a rubber spatula until fluffy. Cook for about 3 minutes until the eggs are fully scrambled. Set aside.
- Use a bread knife to carefully cut the sliders in half horizontally, creating a top and bottom portion.
- Spread scrambled eggs on the bottom half of the rolls.
- Top with breakfast sausage, spaced evenly with a patty on top of each roll.
- Top sausage with American cheese slices and place the top of the buns over the cheese.
- In a small mixing bowl, add the remaining melted butter and the maple syrup. Mix well with a fork until fully combined. Use a silicone pastry brush to brush the butter and syrup mixture heavily on top of the buns covering them completely.
- Place the sliders in the oven and cook for 16 to 18 minutes or until the buns are golden brown. Be sure to check the sliders after minute 16 to ensure they aren’t getting too brown.
- When done, serve sliders by cutting them away carefully with a knife. Serve with your favorite breakfast side and maple syrup.