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Mini-Burgers or Sliders

These are so cute! I love little burgers like this and what kid doesn't? The direct sales company that I work for had a recipe for these and while I didn't use that recipe (didn't have the ingredients on hand), I made my own version.

I wanted mine pretty thin, so I used a very large jelly roll sheet pan. I ended up with 24 burgers. Very yummy!

Homemade Sliders
24 ct mini burger buns (mine were made my Lewis Bakeries, I think the same people who do bunny bread. I found them at Kroger)
2.75-3 pounds of ground beef
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1-2tsp season salt (I basically just eye ball this, just do it to your preference)
sliced cheese
dill pickles
whatever other toppings you might want (onions, tomato, mushrooms, etc)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a large bowl, mix meat, Worcestershire sauce and season salt together. In a large jelly roll pan, pat out the meat to cover the entire surface. Sprinkle a little extra season salt on top.

Place in oven and bake for about 20-25 minutes (you can start checking at around 15 minutes, it will all depend on thickness and how your oven cooks).

Remove from oven when done and slice into 24 squares. Assemble burgers and you're done! Very quick and easy!

Happy eating!
God bless,

This is linked to The Grocery Cart Challenge Recipe Swap.


Jena said…
That looks delicious. I'll have to try it. We make our own mini-burgers (I do mine a little differently so I will definitely try yours) and the kids love them. They think it is so neat and I don't have as much waste. Also, it helps me keep my portion size more in control. Thanks so much for the great ideas.
Very cool! Thanks for remembering your post and sharing it with me. :) Thanks for entering the Giveaway! :)
Anonymous said…
Lewis Bakery in Evansville, Indiana is the maker of Bunny Bread.


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