Baked Ham and Cheese Sliders



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These Ham and Cheese Sliders are my favorite way to use leftover holiday ham. Paired with Provolone cheese and topped with seasoned melted butter, these sliders are perfect as an appetizer, snack or lunch!

Sliders are easy and fun to make. If you are a fan of appetizer dips, you will love my Spinach Artichoke Dip Sliders too!

I am sure I am not the only one that always looks for easy and delicious ways to use leftovers from big holiday dinners. I make my Tetrazzini with leftover turkey and these Ham and Cheese Sliders with leftover Easter or Christmas ham. They are always a hit with adults and kids, simple to make and absolutely delicious! I used Provolone cheese because it melts great and has a delicious creamy flavor. The “everything bagel” seasoning is much better in my opinion than just poppy seeds. You can create your own with sesame seeds, dried onion…

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