Breakfast Sliders

Breakfast Sliders
One package of Hawaiian rolls, sliced in half
Hawaiian rolls are sweet and soft, adding a unique flavor to the sliders.
Cheddar cheese (as much as you’d like)
Use your favorite cheddar cheese and adjust the quantity based on your preference.
10 eggs + 1/2 cup milk (mixed together)
This forms the scrambled egg mixture, creating a fluffy and creamy layer in the sliders.
Breakfast sausage (1 pound)
Choose your preferred breakfast sausage for a savory and hearty filling.
1/2 stick of melted butter
Melted butter adds richness and flavor to the sliders.
The syrup adds sweetness and a breakfast touch to the sliders. You can use maple syrup or any syrup of your choice.
Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C):
Ensure the oven is preheated to the specified temperature for even baking.
Brown the breakfast sausage:
Cook the breakfast sausage in a pan until it’s browned and then drain any excess grease. This step ensures the sausage is cooked through and adds a savory element to the sliders.
Scramble the eggs:
In a bowl, whisk together 10 eggs and 1/2 cup of milk. Scramble the mixture in a pan until the eggs are fully cooked but still moist.
Layer the ingredients on the Hawaiian rolls:
Lay the bottom half of the Hawaiian rolls in a baking dish. Add a layer of cheddar cheese, followed by the scrambled eggs, browned sausage, and more cheddar cheese.
Assemble the sliders:
Place the top half of the Hawaiian rolls back on, creating a sandwich with the layered ingredients.
Prepare the butter-syrup mixture:
In a separate bowl, mix together the melted butter and 1/2 cup of syrup. This mixture will be brushed or poured over the sliders, enhancing their flavor.
Pour the butter-syrup mixture:
Evenly pour or brush the butter-syrup mixture over the assembled sliders, ensuring a sweet and buttery coating.
Bake the sliders:
Bake the sliders in the preheated oven at 350°F (175°C) for approximately 15 minutes or until they reach your desired level of doneness. The cheese should be melted, and the sliders should be golden brown.
Cool and slice:
Allow the sliders to cool for a few minutes before slicing them. This helps the flavors meld and makes slicing easier.

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