You guys, every time I make these they are a such a hit. Even my SIL (an A-Grade mom, hella organized, and just straight up slayin’ the mommy game if you know what I mean, #goals) gave me the stamp of approval.
Okay so I’m just going to get right to it. There’s not much I hate more than hitting up a blog for a recipe at the last minute and reading a story with 20 chapters before I get to the damn ingredients. I’m also not going to put an “estimated” time on this, cuz even when it says “Start to finish: 45 Mins” you can bet it’s going to take me about double the time. I have no idea why, but this always happens.
1 lb grass fed [ ground] beef
1 packet Lipton Onion Soup Mix
3-ish TBSP Peanut Butter – Don’t ask questions. Just freaking do it, okay?
1/2 white onion finely chopped
12 cheese slices
1 pack of Sarah Lee or similar dinner rolls (12 count)
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
- Mix the ground beef, onion soup mix and PB in a bowl, again, just do it (obviously skip the PB or sub for a peanut free option if you’re cooking for someone with peanut allergies. This is the magic ingredient, though, so play around with alternatives)
- Spread the ground beef mix evenly on a baking pad (it’s going to get thin)
- Bake for 10 mins and remove from oven
- Spread chopped onions evenly over the surface
Tip: If you’re using regular ground beef (as opposed to lean) then carefully dump the extra grease that forms in the pan
Note: The big beef patty will shrink (that’s normal)
- Place back into the oven for 15 more mins
- Pull out and cover the surface with cheese slices, place back into the oven for 5-ish mins until the cheese melts
- Cut the dinner rolls in half (top and bottoms)
- Place the top of the rolls on top of your beef
Tip: sometimes you have to break them all apart and get creative with the placement, but they should all fit
- Bake for another 5 mins leaving the bottom of the rolls on the counter
- Pull the sheet out of the oven and use a pizza cutter and carefully cut out the individual sliders and place them on top of the bottom buns.
Now sit back and watch your guests or fam stuff their faces, because they will. Promise!