- 1 pound ground beef
- 1 Kraft Fresh Take Smokey Mesquite BBQ variety package
- 1 egg
- ⅓ pound bacon, chopped
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- ¼ cup Kraft Hickory BBQ sauce
- 3 slices Kraft Big Slice cheddar cheese
- 12 Hawaiian Rolls
Inside the Kraft Fresh take bag you’ll find a blend of cheese, seasoned breadcrumbs and spices to make a flavorful meatball. You can toss all of the ingredients inside the convenient bag. I just added the meat and used my hands to combine all of the ingredients until they’re evenly distributed throughout the ground beef.
One pound of ground beef along with the Kraft Fresh Take makes a perfect dozen meatballs. I just rolled them by hand to about 1-1/2 to 2 inches in diameter. Try to make them all the same size
Next the meatballs get spaced out and lined up on a baking sheet (with a lip). Since there is cheese in the meatball you’ll want to make sure to bake them on parchment or Silpat (my preference) lined sheet. Thirty minutes in the oven @ 375 is all it takes to have them ready!
Once the meatballs are out of the oven you can set them up on the rolls and brush some of the bbq sauce over each one.
Add some sharp cheddar to the top for some extra flavor.
Fried bacon bits give these sliders the perfect crunch.
And for some added sweetness, chunky grilled onions put these sliders over the top.
Just a few minutes under the broiler and you’ve got gooey melty cheese, toasted buns and a dozen sliders ready to serve as an appetizer or lunch for a small crowd.
Depending on your appetite one slider is a great start, but two will really fill you up.
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