Take a break from the buffet and sample our best bite-sized slider recipes. From beef to pork to seafood and more, these sliders recipes are guaranteed to satisfy your burger craving.
Slider burgers, served on dinner rolls, are a fun alternative to traditional-size hamburgers.
Rosemary Pork Sliders with Horseradish AioliAssemble the sliders before dinner. Or, consider showcasing a slider assembly station for your family or friends to make their own.
Meatball Sliders with Tomato SauceThis fun dish is two recipes in one: delicious, easy meatballs and a slow-simmered tangy tomato sauce. If you have any extra sauce, toss it with your favorite green vegetable, spoon it over a bowl of creamy grits, or pair it with pork chops or other meats.
Tuna Tartare Sliders with Wasabi MayoFor a little burger with big flavor, try Tuna Tartare Sliders with Wasabi Mayo. This succulent tuna slider comes with a wasabi kick.
Fried Green Tomato SlidersStart with fried green tomatoes from your favorite meat 'n' three restaurant. Bake them on a baking sheet at 350° for 5 minutes or until warm and crispy. Add sweet-hot pickle chips to the bun with wooden picks for a fun garnish.
Bacon and Cheddar SlidersClassic burger toppings are all here on these Bacon and Cheddar Sliders. Toasting buns on the grill gives these little burgers a delightful crunch.
Salt-Roasted Beef Tenderloin SlidersRoast the beef a day ahead; chill. Serve at room temperature.
Barbecue Chicken Sliders with Pickled OnionsShredded, grilled chicken thighs are dipped in Carolina-style barbecue sauce, a vinegar-based mix with mustard, a little honey, seasonings, and butter.
Pesto SlidersMixing salt and pepper into the beef seasons more thoroughly than sprinkling the surface of the patties. Serve with baked chips.
Sliders with Shallot-Dijon RelishThese mini-burgers make fun and tasty appetizers. Although we enjoyed them on Parker House rolls, they would also be tasty on small dinner rolls or sweet Hawaiian bread rolls.
Butcher's Cut SlidersWho knew it was possible to pack this much flavor into a two-inch-tall slider? Butcher's Cut Sliders are perfect as a nosh at your next cocktail party or enjoyed as an easy weeknight dinner.
Caramelized Onion–and–Blue Cheese Mini BurgersSmall but loaded with flavor: Caramelized onions, blue cheese, arugula, and sirloin fill your mouth with sweetness and pungency.
Italian Meatball Sliders
Skip the pasta and try Italian meatball sliders instead. Best of all, you can make the meatballs ahead and freeze them for a quick meal on busy nights.
Sloppy Joe SlidersServe up mini versions of a weeknight favorite. Make the sauce ahead of time, if you like. Just reheat it and toast the buns to finish the sliders.
Southwest Crispy Chicken SlidersWith homemade muffins, a crispy panko topping, fresh guacamole, and crispy bacon, you've got to try these Southwest Crispy Chicken Sliders.
Grilled Chicken SlidersMini sliders are a fun weeknight meal the whole family is sure to love. Dijon mustard gives the apricot chutney the perfect amount of peppery tang to complement the grilled chicken.
Asian Sloppy Joe SlidersBring Asian-infused flavor to the table with this delicious slider recipe.
Black Bean and Mushroom SlidersFiber-packed pinto beans are slightly sweeter than black beans but will also work well with the flavors in this burger.
Beet and Brown Rice SlidersThese bite-size Beet and Brown Rice Sliders will leave you satisfied and craving another. Good news: a serving size of these veggie burgers is two sliders.
Bourbon-Peach Barbecue Pulled Pork SlidersThese sliders are a saucy mess, in the best way possible--leaving you sweet-tangy drips to lick off your hands.
Buffalo Chicken SlidersFor this slider, we tuck the usual Buffalo wing accompaniments--carrots and celery--inside the patty. This gives you all the flavors of a wing plate while also helping to keep the lean breast meat moist.
Classic Bacon Cheeseburger SlidersThough we usually shy away from processed foods, we do love American cheese here for that old-school burger joint flavor; you can certainly substitute cheddar, if you prefer.