The BEST Roast Beef Sliders on the web! They feature tender, caramelized sweet onions, creamy french onion dip, roast beef, and melted cheddar on garlic buttered brioche buns. This post is sponsored by Heluva Good! Dip.
Looking for an easy and delicious roast beef slider recipe for game day? These roast beef sliders are exactly what your guests will enjoy during the BIG game! They bake up to a cheesy perfection in the oven and are so mouthwatering!
The secret ingredient to making these POP is none other than Heluva Good! French Onion Dip. This dip has the perfect amount of onion flavor and boasts a super creamy texture that is perfect for dipping, or spreading!
Heluva Good! French Onion Dip is our family’s favorite flavor and has been for years! I used to love it with chips as a child. My mom and I would make Friday nights chips and dip night where we would enjoy Heluva Good! dip with potato chips. Now, as a mom to three my kids also love this iconic dip.
We recently tried their latest flavor (they have 7 total) which happens to be Nacho Queso Supreme. In fact, you could also use this new dip flavor for your roast beef sliders if you prefer!!
The BIG game is quickly approaching so we thought it would be fitting to share this easy slider recipe that we dubbed The BEST because once you try it, you will LOVE it! If onions are your jive there is nothing to not love about these tasty, mini sandwiches.
How to Make Roast Beef Sliders
I promise this recipe is MEGA easy so I am breaking it down for you so you too can WOW your family and guests! Like most recipes, these are best served warm but do heat up rather well.
You will need a few things before you get started!
Roast Beef. This recipe produced 12 sliders and used 3/4 lb of roast beef. My kids are not into rare roast beef so I used a more cooked variety, but feel free to use your preference in types.
Cheese. Cheese is a must when making sliders. For this recipe I opted for cheddar, but Swiss cheese would also be a tasty contender.
Bread. I used brioche style buns for this recipe. You could use sweet rolls, dinner buns, or any type you prefer. I loved the slightly sweet & savoy pairing.
Onions. Sweet vidalia onions to the rescue. I love this variety because they caramelize well with just a little water. I cooked them over medium-low heat with some salt, pepper, and 2 tablespoons of water.
Butter. Melted with 1 tsp of garlic powder & 1/2 tsp of oregano.
Heluva! Good French Onion Dip. Move over mayonnaise. This dip is perfectly packed with spices and tiny bits of real onion. It complemented the beef, cheese, and onions perfectly.
The scent of the melted herbs & butter is so heavenly and provides the brioche with a toasty, buttery outer.
How to Assemble Sliders
Assembling sliders is probably easier than you think.
First, I cooked my onions over medium-low heat for about 5 minutes until golden brown and translucent.
Next, if your buns are connected, the first step is to carefully slice them in half. Mine were connected in 2 packs of 6. I used a bread knife to cautiously cut through them.
Spread Heluva Good! French Onion Dip over the top inner half of the buns.
Then, line the inner half of the bottom buns with roast beef.
Next up is the onions, layer the beef with onions evenly.
Cut 4 slices of cheddar into quarter-sized squares. Line the onions with cheese evenly.
Finally, add the top of the buns to the layered slider halves.
Brush with garlic herb melted butter * see recipe below and bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
To slice sliders, use a sharp knife to divide them. Serve warm and enjoy!!
Inside each slider is the perfect ratio of beef, cheese, onion, and dip.
We all know roast beef can dry out, but the Heluva Good! French Onion dip helps to provide flavor & moisture.
Find Heluva Good! Dip in the dairy aisle at your local retailer.
The BEST Roast Beef Sliders
- 9 x 13 baking dish
- 3/4 lb roast beef
- 1/4 lb cheddar sliced
- 1 cup sweet onion
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 3 tbsps butter melted
- 1/2 tsp oregano
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/3 cup Heluva Good! French Onion Dip