Well I’ve officially put on my fat pants and made the ultimate comfort food, cheesy sloppy joe sliders. That’s right saucy sloppy joes in a whole new way.
One of our most popular recipes is the one that I thought I would never post, Sloppy Joes. I wont go into the story, you can read that post if you want to hear about how you don’t always know your husband like you think you do, but it all ended up being a good thing.
Well, since you all love those saucy sloppy joes as much as we do I knew I wanted to take them to the next level so cheese was my natural instinct, but as I was assembling everything I suddenly knew exactly what was going to make, a mashup.
We love those ham and cheese sliders for game day but we make a slightly different sauce compared to the other recipes on pinterest and it’s even better. The sloppy joes are so awesome with gooey cheese and there’s no need for condiments so just skip the mayo etc but the sauce, oh the sauce!!
It’s all about the sauce. It’s always about the sauce. We like to make enough so that we can use it again right before serving.
Pour almost all of the sauce all over the tops of the cheesy sloppy joe sliders and then cover the whole thing in foil and bake it until everything it all melted and wonderful.
Take the foil off and bake a few minutes longer just to allow the buns to get a little toasty. Pour the last of the sauce on the tops and make sure to carry the whole pan in front of everyone when you’re ready to serve.
Carefully slide the spatula under the first sandwich. Gently lift and watch that cheesy deliciousness rise up out of the pan and stick itself to your hips and thighs, er land on the plate I mean. Listen for the cheers because Momma, you just became everyone’s hero.
Cheesy Sloppy Joe Sliders
- 12 Small Hamburger Buns
- 1 Recipe Sloppy Joes
- 2 Cups Shredded Cheese or 12 slices of cheddar cheese
- ½ Cup Butter, melted
- 1 Tablespoon Poppy Seeds
- 1 Tablespoon Honey Mustard
- ¼ Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Prepare the sloppy joes meat per instructions.
- Place the bun bottoms in 2 9x13" baking dishes and fill each bun half with meat and a pile of cheese. Place the lid on each.
- Pour almost all of the sauce over the buns leaving a small amount for serving.
- Cover with foil and bake for 15 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
- Remove the foil and bake 2 more minutes to toast the buns.
- Drizzle a little more sauce over each sandwich before serving.
The next time there’s a game on we are making these jalapeno popper pinwheels and I’m pretty darn sure you’re going to want to join in. The recipe is from The Girl Who Ate Everything and you should definitely be following along!
It’s everything you love about chicken pillows but in a slider form with that special sauce.