I’ve recently started using Hawaiian Rolls to make easy, kid-friendly meals. They are so easy to throw together, and I have yet to make something my kids won’t eat. If you have been following me for a while, you know I love breakfast. Naturally, I wanted to make a recipe for Hawaiian roll breakfast sliders.
Why you’ll love this Hawaiian roll recipe
- It’s easy and fast.
- It’s kid-friendly.
- It’s versatile, meaning you can put your favorite breakfast toppings in these sliders.
Here’s what you’ll need to make it
- Baking sheet
- Frying pan
- Silicon spatula
- Basting brush
- Small bowl
- Mixing bowl
- Tin foil
Ingredients & substitutions
- 12 pack of Kings Hawaiian Rolls
- 10 eggs
- 10 slices of pepper Jack cheese, or your favorite cheese
- Yellow pepper rings
- 8 slices of bacon
How to make this keyword
Cook your bacon as directed. I prefer to line a baking sheet with tinfoil and bake my bacon. I find it to be less messy. Once your bacon is cooked, set it aside.
Scramble your eggs. Check out my “how to” section for my perfectly scrambled eggs. Set those aside.
While your eggs cook, slice your Hawaiian rolls the long way with a bread knife, creating a top and a bottom. Put the bottom layer on a baking sheet and top with 5 slices of cheese, then layer scrambled eggs, peppers, bacon and more cheese. Lay the top of the rolls on top, and brush with olive oil, or my favorite, Green Bay Olive Oil Co.’s Drizzle and Toss Sauce.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese is melty and the top is crisp.
Pull or cut apart and enjoy!
FAQs about Hawaiian roll recipes
2-3 days refrigerated. But I bet they will be devoured before then!
They originated in Hilo, Hawaii, on the big island, in the 1950s. Founder Robert Taira created a bakery selling loaves of soft and sweet breads that, as the company states, “rarely made it home.” I, for one, love when an orange package of those delicious dinner rolls shows up on the dinner table.
They get their sweetness from a combination of pineapple juice and brown sugar, which has always been a match made in heaven (hello pineapple upside-down cake!). It also gets an extra-rich flavor from the addition of eggs and melted butter.
More sandwich ideas for dinner:
More breakfast for large groups:
Hawaiian Roll Breakfast Sliders
- 2 baking pans
- 1 Bread knife
- 1 Frying Pan
- 1 Basting brush
- 1 Small Bowl
- Tin foil
- 1 silicon spatula
- 1 Mixing bowl
- 1 Whisk
- 10 eggs scrambled
- 8 Strips bacon cooked
- 3 Tbsp drizzle and toss sauce or neutral oil and spices (optional)
- 12 Kings Hawaiian Rolls
- 1 Jar yellow pepper rings
- 10 Slices pepper Jack cheese or your favorite cheese
- Cook bacon as directed. I prefer to line a baking sheet with tinfoil and bake it at 350 degrees until your desired crispness. Set aside.Scrambled 10 eggs. See my “how to” section on how to perfectly scramble eggs.Remove Hawaiian rolls from the package. With a long bread knife, slice the entire pack in half making a sandwich top and a sandwich bottom. Lay the bottom in a baking pan.Line the bottom with cheese. Then layer with scrambled eggs, yellow pepper rings, cooked bacon, and more cheese, then top with the other half of the Hawaiian rolls. Brush the top of the rolls with Drizzle and Toss Sauce. All this sauce is, extra virgin olive oil, minced garlic, onion and other Italian spices. Bake the sandwiches at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the top of the sandwiches are crispy. Cut or pull apart each sandwich and enjoy!