These Turkey Bacon Ranch Sliders are the perfect combo of flavor and so easy to throw together! Good luck only eating one!
In my quest to come up with the perfect ways for you to use your Thanksgiving left overs, I have a new recipe for left over turkey. You guys are going to love it!
These Turkey Bacon Ranch Sliders are six ingredients of cheesy flavorful goodness. You could easily double or triple this recipe depending on how many people you have hanging out after the holidays. And if you don’t want to do all the measuring, no worries! You basically just need ranch, bacon, turkey, buns, cheese, and some butter!
I mean, how can you go wrong?
Start by greasing a 9 by 13 inch pan and putting the bottom half of your dinner rolls in there. Then spread some ranch dressing on each roll.
Next, top each roll with a little bacon.
Then add some of your left over cooked turkey. Don’t have any? Your turkey was too good? No worries, you can just sub in some deli turkey.
Top with some shredded mozzarella.
Top with the tops of the rolls, ignore that two are missing sesame seeds, and spread melted butter on them. Because . . . butter.
Bake them covered for about 20 minutes and serve them warm!
They are such a perfect combo of flavors! And the melty cheese and bacon doesn’t hurt either. These would make a great gameday dish, or even a really easy dinner for the family!
Turkey Bacon Ranch Sliders
- 8 dinner rolls cut in half
- 1/2 cup ranch dressing I used Hidden Valley Light Ranch
- 1 pound bacon cooked
- 2 cups approximately 8 oz cooked turkey breast (I used leftover Jennie-O Oven Ready )
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 2 TBSPs melted unsalted butter
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9 by 13 inch glass baking dish.
- Put the bottoms of 8 dinner rolls in the pan. Evenly distribute the ranch dressing over the rolls.
- Add the bacon to the rolls, then top with the turkey, and finally the shredded cheese.
- Add the tops of the rolls. Brush them with the melted butter.
- Cover the pan with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes or until the cheese is gooey and melted.
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