In a bowl, whisk together the milk, eggs, pepper, and salt. Cook scrambled eggs in a skillet until they’re slightly firm. Then, line a nine-by-thirteen baking dish with parchment paper to prevent the bottoms of the sliders from burning in the oven.
Cut a sheet of twelve dinner rolls in half to create top and bottom halves. Arrange the bottom half of the rolls into the greased baking dish.
Top them with the eggs, ham, and cheese. Cover the ingredients with the other half of the bread. Also, if your family isn’t a fan of ham, you can swap out the meat for bacon or sausage instead!
Next, mix together the melted butter, bagel seasoning, mustard, onion powder, and Worcestershire sauce in a small bowl.
Brush the mixture over the tops of the rolls. Finally, bake the sliders in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for ten to fifteen minutes until they are warm and golden brown.
If you make them ahead, store them in the refrigerator and cover them with foil the night before. In the morning, remove the foil and bake.
Now, you have a whole batch of sliders made with minimal effort. But imagine if you had to put together every individual sandwich–that would take forever!
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