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Breakfast Sliders

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posted: 02/15/16

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These Breakfast Sliders made with cheese, bacon, sausage, and eggs are so tasty! They are perfect for feeding a crowd!! I’m so happy to be partnering with Jennie-O to bring you this amazing breakfast!In between two buns, the Breakfast Slider has eggs, cheese, turkey bacon, turkey sausage, and a hot sauce mayo oozing out.


The other day I read somewhere that Jennifer Aniston’s secret to staying so thin, fit, and beautiful is . . .


Guys. Let’s get one thing clear. I’m not going to write a crazy post about how bogus it is to drink water. I mean, I see the name of the blog, but I’m not crazy. I get that you need to drink water. I mean, it’s important . . . and stuff.

An overhead photo of Jennie-O's Turkey Bacon and Turkey Breakfast Sausage.

But Jen.


For the love of all things holy and full of delicious and amazing calories.

Let’s not pretend.

In glass casserole dish, a single Breakfast Slider is being picked up with a spatula showing the oozing egg yolk and cheese.

If drinking just a few more glasses of water a day could make me look like Jennifer Aniston, my blog would be called Water & Glue.

Okay, no it wouldn’t. That’s just not nearly as catchy, and I know with a title like that I would almost never get people commenting on Facebook, “I’m not making these sandwiches if there’s wine and glue in there!” I mean, that’s special. How can I give that up?

On a spatula, a single Breakfast Slider has the spicy mayo, egg yolk, and cheese oozing out while showing the thin slices of turkey bacon, egg, and turkey breakfast sausage.

So because I’m not a magical unicorn like Jennifer Aniston, I need to drink more water annnnnnd make smarter eating choices. My most frequent smart eating choice usually involves a Jennie-O product or two. I love so many of the things that they make and I love that they can help me add some good protein to a dish without a lot of the fat. That’s what we have here with these Breakfast Sliders. Some rolls, a light sauce, some Jennie-O breakfast sausage, some Jennie-O turkey bacon, some eggs, and some cheese. And just a tiny bit of butter on the top.

They are so easy to throw together! There’s no reason not to make these for a crowd. I made these using some over easy eggs that I made into a nice circle shape using mason jar lids. But if you don’t like that gooey yolky drip, just scramble up 12 eggs and add that in instead. You could also do 16 whites instead if you want to be a little bit more like Jen. ;)

An overhead photo of eggs cracked into mason jar lids on a hot skillet.

Is that not the coolest trick? I love it so much. And I personally loooooove the runny yolk!

In a glass casserole dish, a single slider has been taken out showing the oozing egg yolk and melted cheese on top of the egg, turkey bacon, and turkey sausage.

For more amazing breakfast ideas be sure to check out JennieO.com and follow them on InstagramTwitter, and Pinterest!

5 from 1 vote

Breakfast Sliders

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  • 16 oz Jennie-O Turkey Breakfast Sausages cut into 12 pieces and cooked through
  • 12 slices of Jennie-O Turkey Bacon cooked and set aside
  • 12 eggs cooked over easy or scrambled see note
  • 12 dinner rolls cut in half
  • 1 1/2 cups mozzarella cheese
  • 1/2 cup light mayo
  • 1 tsp hot sauce
  • 1/4 tsp garlic salt
  • 2 T butter melted


  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  • Spray a 9 by 12 inch baking dish with cooking spray. Put the bottom half of the dinner rolls in the pan.
  • Mix together the light mayo, hot sauce, and garlic salt together in a bowl. Spread them over the bottom of the rolls. You may not need to use it all.
  • Spread 3/4 cup of mozzarella cheese over the sauce. Add the breakfast sausage, then the bacon, then the eggs, the rest of the cheese and then top with the tops of the dinner rolls. Brush with the melted butter.
  • Cover the pan and bake for 20 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
  • Separate the sliders with the edge of a spatula before removing them from the pan and serve while warm.


Using 6 mason jar lid rings at a time, spray them generously with cooking spray and set them on a well sprayed frying pan. Crack six eggs into them. Cook until they have set half way through and then using tongs, carefully flip them. Allow them to cook a little more and then remove the rings and remove them from the pan and set aside. Cook the next six eggs the same way.
Author: Lisa Longley

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In between two buns, the Breakfast Slider has eggs, cheese, turkey bacon, turkey sausage, and a hot sauce mayo oozing out.

Hi! I'm Lisa Longley, and I am committed to giving you simple dinner ideas and recipes that are easy to make; recipes that will fill your home with joy. I am the owner and author of SimpleJoy.com and I'm so glad that you are here.

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  1. Kelsie says

    I was in the need of a recipe that called for eggs and rolls since we had some that were about to go bad. I’m so glad I found this recipe! I added my own spin because we also had some leftover carne asada from the other night. I scrambled the eggs and cooked them with a bunch of mexican spices like smoked paprika, chili powder, garlic, etc. Then for the spread I mixed ranch with a hot sauce called Pepper Plant. I added the cheese and then asada and eggs and topped the top of the rolls with butter, pepper and chili powder. We’ll see how they turn out– I hope my hubby likes em! Also, forgot to spray the pan :/ hopefully we have a yummy breakfast for how hard I may have to scrub later :) Thank you!

  2. Natalie says

    Can you make these the day before and bake the following morning?

    • Lisa Longley says

      You could, though I would worry that it would make the buns really soggy.

  3. Becky Jordan says

    5 stars
    I love your recipes and these Breakfast Sliders are perfect for breakfast or dinner. We have breakfast at night a lot due to schedules. I think this is what I will make along with a pot of cheese grits and hashbrowns for Christmas morning. Thanks for sharing this and your site rocks!

    • Lisa Longley says

      Thank you for your kind words Becky!! And we love breakfast for dinner too!

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5 Secrets to Stress Free Dinners



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