Mini Poppy Seed Sliders

Happy Marvelous Monday!!

I just love party food and these little mini sliders are always a big hit at celebrations. I was first introduced to these sandwiches at a potluck for work and immediately loved them.  I had to get the recipe and turn it into my own.  They are the perfect little snack, so warm and gooey! Once you taste them you will love them too!

Mini Poppy Seed Sliders

1 Pack of 12 Hawaiian Rolls

¾ pound of Deli Meat (Turkey or Ham)

12 slices of Cheese (I have used Mozzarella, Havarti, Colby Jack and Sharp) they all work great!

1 stick of butter

1 tablespoon Brown Sugar

1 teaspoon Worcestershire’s sauce

2 tablespoons Honey Mustard

½- 1 teaspoon Minced Onion

Poppy Seeds

 

Open each roll and add a slice of deli meat of your choice on the bottom of the roll. Add a slice of cheese on each slider.  (You can cut cheese in half to fit on roll)  Add the top of the dinner rolls to each slider.

 

In a small sauce pan melt your butter and add the Brown sugar, Worcestershire’s sauce, honey mustard, and minced onion. Pour Butter mixture over the sliders and sprinkle poppy seeds on top after the butter mixture.  The butter will help the poppy seeds stick.

 

Bake in the oven on 350 F for 10-15 minutes’ or until cheese is melted and the sliders look yummy and gooey!!

 

Tips: Fresh Deli Meat is the best,  Try to serve them hot

 

 


Pecan Cobbler

Hello August!!

 

Happy Terrific Tuesday!!

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Can you believe it is August?  It is back to school time already and summer is almost over! Wow!

I am so excited about this recipe because I had the pleasure of using Golden Eagle Syrup for a recipe contest. Golden Eagle Syrup is company based out of Fayette, AL.  The syrup is so delicious and has a wonderful honey taste.  It will go perfect with so many different recipes from homemade biscuits to pecan cobbler.  It reminds me of a southern tradition that can be shared with family and friends.  Golden Eagle is a wonderful product that will allow you to create memories through meals.

I decided to make this pecan cobbler and I am so glad I did because it turned out perfect. I think this will be the perfect dessert with fall right around the corner.

Pecan Cobbler

 Ingredients

2 pack deep dish pie crust

2 cups Golden Eagle Syrup

2 cups of light brown sugar

½ cup butter (melted)

5 teaspoons vanilla extract

6 large eggs (slightly beaten)

2 cups of chopped pecans

1 cup of pecan halves

Pam Cooking Spray (Butter Flavor)

 

Instructions

Heat Oven to 425 F. Spray a 13×9 inch glass baking dish with cooking spray. Remove 1 pie crust and press lightly covering the bottom of the baking dish.

In a large bowl, mix golden eagle syrup, brown sugar, butter, vanilla, and eggs well. Stir in chopped pecans. Spoon half of the filling into crust lined in baking dish. Remove the second pie crust from the pan and cut into strips and lay over filling.  Spray top crust with the butter-flavor cooking spray.  Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until the crust browns.

Reduce oven temperature to 350 F. Spoon the remaining filling over the top baked crust; arrange pecan halves on top in a pretty design. Bake the second half for 30 to 45 minutes or until set.  Let the cobbler cool 20 minutes.