Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner, and if you add these Super Bowl sliders to your menu, you’re guaranteed to be named MVP.
After all, who doesn’t love a slider?
If you need a hearty and delicious appetizer for your next game-day party, you can’t beat sliders.
They’re portable, easy to make for a crowd, and surprisingly versatile.
And from chicken parmesan to juicy pork belly, I’ve got so many incredible Super Bowl sliders to choose from.
So make one or make a few. Just be sure to make enough because these things won’t last!
The 50 Best-Ever Slider Recipes for The 2023 Super Bowl
These sliders are a fresh take on the Italian-American classic, chicken Parmesan. Who can resist comfort food and finger food all in one bite?
To make your life even easier on game day, use chicken tenders. Spoon over some sauce, top it off with cheese, and bake to melted perfection!
These crowd-pleasing sliders are a touchdown every time.
If you’ve ever had a Cubano, you’ll know that Cuban sandwiches are a thing of beauty.
And this recipe makes it super simple and frugal to recreate them in bulk!
Aside from the rolls and a dijon spread, all you need here is ham, Swiss cheese, and dill pickles.
Layer each roll with these delicious fillings and enjoy! Game day never tasted so good.
Sloppy Joes are messy, nostalgic, and always a hit.
And while these aren’t the tidiest sliders out there, they sure are good! Plus, there’s hidden veggies with the “meat,” so they’re healthy-ish.
Oh, and even though the recipe calls for plant-based meat crumbles, feel free to use whatever ground meat you prefer.
Beef is a nice, rich choice, but turkey is a terrifically lean option. And since it’s got so much going on (with the sauce and herbs), you’ll never know either way.
Just because you love football doesn’t mean you have to eat meat.
So serve these vegetarian burgers for your Super Bowl guests, and there’ll be smiles all around.
Loaded with protein-rich quinoa and plenty of veggies, they’re hearty and tender. But it’s the lemon and tahini sauce you’ll want to lick off the plate!
Crack chicken has taken the internet by the storm. So why not transform that recipe into savory sliders?
Your guests (and your tastebuds) will thank you for it!
A creamy concoction of chicken, cream cheese, ranch, and bacon is made all the more scrummy with extra cheese and soft slider buns.
I like to brush the buns with garlic butter, but that’s optional!
Can you ever go wrong with a tuna melt? Not in my books!
So take one bite into these cheesy tuna sliders and let the game begin.
What I love most about these bad boys is the simplicity. There’s no stress in putting together tuna salad, adding some mustard and cheese, and digging in.
If you’re feeling a little bougie this year, opt for these roast beef sliders.
They take a little bit of extra work, but they’re oh-so-worth-it when you see them on the plate.
You’ll love every bite of tender beef, tangy caramelized onions, and melted cheese.
They’re so good, you might not want to share!
Super Bowl Sunday is always cold in my neck of the woods. So unless you live in the south, chances are you don’t want to stand out by the grill.
Luckily, you can still have cheeseburgers! Just make these baked cheeseburger sliders, and you’re all set.
This recipe takes all the hassle out of making burgers, but you still get all that beefy goodness and cheese in every bite.
Serve them with a bunch of tasty toppings, and let your guests make their own. It’s easier for you and more fun for them. Win win!
Vegan eating has come a long way over the last several years. I mean, did you ever imagine you could enjoy a pizza slider that was totally vegan?
And after one mouthful, you’ll never believe these pizza sliders aren’t packed with dairy.
They’re loaded with vegan cheese, pizza sauce, garlic “butter”, and vegan pepperonis for that ultimate pizza experience. Wow!
Do yourself a favor and ditch the messy buffalo wings this year.
Instead, bite into something that’s got all the flavor of wings in a gluten-free bun for easy eating.
Aside from the delicious plantain buns (I could eat them on their own), can I talk about this chicken?
The coconut milk, mayo, and wing sauce is beyond divine on the tender chicken.
I love these with a bit of ranch or blue cheese. But they’re just as scrummy on their own.
Sliders are always made better with Hawaiian sweet rolls. They come in a slab for easy slicing, and they’re irresistibly soft and flavorful.
This easy recipe is so simple, you’ll be able to feed a crowd in no time and still enjoy the festivities.
Rather than grilling tiny burger patties, you’ll use a casserole dish to bake the burger meat.
Then, load on the cheese, place it all in the rolls, and slice.
Go for the DIY option, or add pickles, bacon, and onions before slicing. Either way, they’ll be a hit.
Who said eating vegan was bland?
These zesty black bean sliders are so out of this world, you won’t miss the meat one bit!
A food processor will definitely come in handy in this recipe. Use it to pulse the ingredients in seconds, then form the patties and cook.
And don’t skimp on the basil aioli if you want to take these sliders to the next level!
Well, it appears the Super Bowl snacks have met their match.
Can we just take a second to appreciate this beautiful game day dinner board?
With recipes like this, your guests won’t leave hungry.
These tuna melt sliders have lettuce and tomatoes and are sure to fill their bellies!
Do yourself a favor and put that Crock Pot to good use.
Long gone are the days of laboring over the hot oven for finger foods. Now you can enjoy the game with the rest of your family and not worry about the food.
Just toss raw chicken, wing sauce, and Ranch dressing mix into a slow cooker, then let it go for a few hours.
When it’s tender, mix it up and pile it into slider buns. Yum!
The Kentucky Hot Brown is an iconic open-faced sandwich with turkey, bacon, and a dreamy Mornay sauce smothered over the top.
There’s also usually extra cheese on top that goes bubbly and golden brown in the oven. Named for Louisville’s Brown Hotel, it’s a must-make.
But instead of serving messy open-faced sandwiches, turn this dish into sliders and watch your guests drool!
I’ve never been to a Super Bowl party and seen soup on the table. Chili maybe, but not soup.
That being said, my friends and family never complain about biting into these savory soup-infused siders!
Between the caramelized onions, ground beef, and Gruyère cheese, you’ll get all those soupy notes wrapped in fluffy buns.
The recipe calls for ground beef, which is cheaper and easier to cook. But if you can, try to use steak.
The tender meat has a much more pleasant texture than beef crumbles. Trust me, it’s worth the extra money!
If you’re hosting this year’s Super Bowl party, keep it simple with some turkey and Swiss sliders.
These bad boys are perfect party food, especially for young guests! And they’re quick, so you won’t be in the kitchen all day.
No matter how you make Italian subs, this recipe is worth a shot! Whatever the competition, I’m sure you’ll love these sliders.
Every Italian sub-slider must include peppers, Italian meats, and melted cheese. And this recipe is no exception!
Pile that into a warm bun, and you have a win every day of the year.
Believe it or not, these filling, flavorful, and fabulous sliders only require seven ingredients.
Make the pesto if you like, but store-bought will make prep lightning fast.
Similarly, rotisserie chicken is pre-cooked and pre-seasoned, so why not take the shortcut?
20. Reuben Sliders
Take everything you love about the classic Reuben, and slap it in a slab of slider buns.
I’m talking corned beef, sauerkraut, garlic, onion, cheese, and plenty of Thousand Island dressing.
You can’t improve on perfection, right? So why try?
21. Meatball Sliders
Toss out the toothpicks and make some sliders instead.
Because as yummy as mini meatballs are, they’re not super hearty on their own. So instead, stuff them in bread for a finger-food dish that’ll fill you up in no time.
And who doesn’t love tender meatballs in marinara on a warm, buttery bun? I can’t think of anyone!
Sorry Arby’s, there’s competition in town!
Hit the deli for some thinly sliced beef, and make your own beef and cheddar sandwiches in a flash.
When your guests ask, “who has the meats?” just point them in the direction of these incredible sliders.
Bonus: Serve these up with some horseradish for an extra kick!
If you’ve never had a Monte Cristo sandwich before, that picture may be a bit confusing.
There’s cheese, turkey, ham, fruity jam, and…powdered sugar?
Don’t knock it til you’ve tried it! The Monte Cristo is meaty, salty, cheesy, and, yes, sweet.
The OG recipe is often dipped in an eggy custard and fried like French toast. But these sliders skip that step for convenience.
I love jalapeño poppers but hate the work they take to make. Thankfully, you can easily transform them into hearty sliders instead!
You’ll get tender chicken, cream cheese, bacon, and chilies in every bite.
It’s rich, gooey, spicy, and perfectly creamy. Serve the filling in soft rolls and prepare to fall in love.
If you saw the vegan recipe above and wished it had real meat and cheese, I’ve got you covered.
Instead of ordering pizza this year, make these sliders instead!
Melted mozzarella, pepperoni, and a dash of marinara all in a bun? Sounds like a win in my book!
Who cares who wins the big game with food like this?!
Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy those terrific festive flavors
Like the Monte Cristo recipe above, this one is meaty, salty, and wonderfully sweet.
But since you’ll use cranberry sauce, it’s much more tart and, therefore, balanced.
And if you want it even more savory, try cranberry relish or chutney instead of sauce.
If you’re from Philly, you’ll know cheesesteaks are essential on game day.
But instead of making a million subs, transform those famous sandwiches into sliders to feed a crowd with ease!
Tender beef, melted cheese, peppers, and onions all in a soft bun. What more can you ask for?
At first glance, you’d think these BBQ chicken sliders would take all day to make.
I think pulled pork is more flavorful and tender than chicken. But if you can’t have pork, chicken is the next best thing.
And while they do need a few hours in the slow cooker, that’s all hands-off time. Just set it and forget it!
Get a bag of coleslaw mix, and even that can be ready in under two minutes. How’s that for a quick and easy game-day appetizer?
All the recipes so far have featured bread buns with yummy fillings. But a slider can be made of anything – including waffles!
Chicken and waffles are beyond delicious. And how stinking cute do they look in mini form?
This recipe is elegant and impossibly delicious. But it also calls for homemade waffles.
So if you want a quicker recipe, use frozen waffles and chicken tenders!
Why make the same old game day foods when you could try something new?
This year, wow your guests with these hoisin-marinated pork belly sliders. They’re tender, meaty, and pretty much to die for.
Finish off the flavor with pickled carrots and daikon, and mayo, too!
You just can’t go wrong with BBQ pork and coleslaw all in a tiny bun. That sounds like a touchdown to me!
Similar to the chicken recipe we just discussed, you’ll cook the meat low and slow until it’s fork-tender.
Then, smother it with tangy BBQ sauce and plenty of crunchy slaw. Delish!
Sliders are basically mini sandwiches. But that doesn’t mean they have to feature bread buns.
So just like the chicken and waffles, these mini bao buns are a must-make slider recipe for this year’s big game.
The soft buns are loaded with crispy Korean chicken, peppery red onion, and fresh cucumber.
But the star of the show? The sauce features gochujang, honey, sugar, soy sauce, garlic, and ginger. It’s just *chef’s kiss*
I know it may feel weird to put chicken fajitas in bread buns, but you’ve got to try this recipe!
Again, the slow cooker does all the hard work for you, so you can leave the meat going while you get ready for the game.
When it’s ready, this spicy, zesty chicken is too good to resist. So maybe have a small bowl while you add the filling to the bread!
Remember when buffalo chicken dip became THE appetizer for football parties? Well, these sliders are sure to be just as much of a hit!
Load up Hawaiian sweet rolls with buffalo chicken dip and bake until bubbly. Spicy, tangy, and oh-so-easy, it couldn’t be more simple.
I know the Super Bowl doesn’t start until the afternoon/evening, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a little breakfast with the game!
Loaded with cheesy scrambled eggs and plenty of bacon, everyone will want seconds of these breakfast sliders.
Bánh Mì (pronounced BUN-mee) is Vietnamese “bread”, but it’s also the name of these scrumptious sandwiches!
Featuring tender meat (in this case, it’s chicken) with plenty of fresh and often pickled veggies, they’re filling, bright, and super flavorful.
Add some Sriracha mayo for heat and serve in crusty rolls if you can find them
Mississippi Sin is a quintessential southern dip featuring chopped ham and cheese baked into a French loaf.
It’s creamy, cheesy, salty, and incredibly rich.
These sliders take that fantastic idea and layers a thickened version of the dip over slider buns. Add some sliced ham, then bake until bubbly. Delish!
Lobster rolls in mini, pull-apart sliders? I think I just died and went to food heaven.
I love that these stuff the filling in the top, like a real lobster roll!
Of course, that’s gonna take a little longer for prep, but it’s worth it when you get these on the platter.
I love mac and cheese as much as the next gal, but on a slider bun? Oh, yes!
Add in pulled pork, and you have a whole mini-meal that’s perfect for football fanatics!
This one is a mouthful in more ways than one!
But if you love biscuits as much as I do, it’s a must-make – and not just for the Super Bowl.
Pimento cheese is a surprisingly rich mix of cheddar, pimentos, and mayo.
Add some salty ham, sweet and spicy pickles, and a tender biscuit, and you’ll swoon at the first bite.
Take your tailgating to the next level with these bright, juicy, and meaty shrimp and bacon sliders.
You’ll add a little brown sugar to the bacon, giving it such a delightful sweet and savory finish.
As for the shrimp, I like it with a bit of heat. But that’s up to you.
If your style of Super Bowl is, well, extra, then these brisket sliders were made for you.
They obviously contain deliciously tender brisket, which can be tricky to perfect. But there’s also an irresistible white barbecue sauce, too!
Be warned, your guests will be begging you for the recipe all day long.
43. Meatloaf Sliders
With a few slider buns and a bit of creativity, anything can be a sandwich! And that includes your mom’s meatloaf.
A healthy amount of ketchup is obligatory for the best meatloaf. But how about some fried onions, cheese, and homemade sauce instead?
Best of all, you can slice meatloaf with ease, so these sliders aren’t nearly as messy as some others on the list.
I know they’re pretty basic (it’s just bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes, after all), but I think the BLT is one of the best sandwiches around.
So let’s turn them into sliders and feed all your guests in a flash.
Cook the bacon in the oven, and you’ll have a whole tray ready in no time. Although, the caramelized onions will need a bit of TLC.
Full disclosure, this buffalo isn’t that classic tangy sauce we all know and love.
Nope, this time I’m talking about the delicious red meat from a buffalo!
It’s much leaner than beef, which means you can add plenty of bacon and cheese! Spread on a touch of chili aioli and dig in.
Trust me, you won’t regret these sliders any day of the year.
A little sweet, kinda savory, and just a touch spicy, these simple chicken sliders will steal the halftime show!
Plus, you’ll use the slow cooker to infuse every bite with that sweet and tangy buffalo sauce.
Top tip: take 1/3 of the chicken and broil it, so you get a nice crispy edge. It’ll shine in the soft bun!
Rich basil aioli, guacamole, and tender chickpea sliders. Need I say more?
Okay, I will!
Creamy, garlicky, and loaded with textural variety, this may just be vegan heaven!
So grab your food processor, and get ready for a great game.
If you’re looking for something different this year, try these Asian-inspired sliders.
With flavorful, juicy chicken and a little kick, they’re far from boring.
This recipe comes with instructions for homemade buns, and if you have the time, I highly recommend them!
If not, no worries! The filling is on point, no matter what you stuff it in.
Got some vegan friends coming over for the game? Then you have to make these “chicken” fried tofu sliders!
You’ll soak the extra firm tofu in soy sauce, liquid smoke, hot sauce, mustard, and kefir. Then comes the flavorful crumb!
It’s a stunning blend of breadcrumbs, nutritional yeast, and cayenne (to name just a few).
That mix with the kefir marinade makes this stuff taste just like fried chicken.
And that peach slaw is truly the icing on the cake. It’s crunchy, cool, sweet, and savory. So make extra because you’ll want to pile it high!
Guacamole is a game-day essential. So why not kill two birds with one stone and make these spicy chicken and guac sliders?
There’s no shredded chicken here! Instead, you’ll bite into tender chicken patties loaded with cheese and guac.
Sounds like heaven, right?
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