Halloween Sliders

Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
 

These Spooky Halloween Sliders are just what you need for Halloween night before trick-or-treating. Saucy taco meat, shredded cheese and lettuce piled on top of Rhodes Warm-N-Serv rolls make a super quick and fun dinner. Don’t forget the spooky monster olive eyes.

This post is sponsored by Rhodes Bake-N-Serv. All thoughts and opinions are my own. For more information, please read my disclosure policy here
Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
I’m teaming up again with Rhodes Bake-N-Serv to bring you this super fun Halloween recipe. How cute are these Halloween sliders using their Warm-N-Serv rolls?! 

Simple, Filling and Fun

I always like to make sure my kiddos are filled up with something warm and hearty before we set out for trick-or-treating. I also want to get the show on the road early so we aren’t up late on a school night so an easy meal is definitely a priority on Halloween.

Buuut, I also love a theme and can’t really turn down the opportunity to create something fun on a holiday. So considering all those requirements, I created these Halloween Sliders. 
Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
To make things quick, easy and delicious, I used Rhodes Warm-N-Serv rolls. These rolls are prebaked and frozen so all you have to do is grab them from the freezer, pop them on a baking sheet and put them in the oven for a few minutes to warm them up. No thawing necessary which makes them perfect for busy weeknights.

I don’t mean to be bossy but you NEED to try the Artisan French Rolls as soon as possible. They are perfectly crunchy on the outside and soft inside. I pretty much find any reason to pop a few in the oven, especially when soup is involved. 

Packing Flavor in Every Bite

The filling for these cute little sliders is taco inspired. It starts with ground turkey or ground beef, whichever you prefer. Once the ground meat is cooked through, tomato sauce, shredded pepper jack cheese and taco seasoning are added to the mix. 
Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
I make my own taco seasoning for a few reasons. I know exactly what’s in it, it’s cheaper since I already have all the ingredients at home and I can control the level of spiciness in it. If my kids are eating it, I’ll tone it down a bit but if it’s just for the adults, I’ll up the spice level. 

The ground meat mixture is simmered for a few minutes to thicken the sauce and bring it to the perfect texture for sliders. While all the browning and simmering is happening, pop the rolls in the oven and you literally have dinner in 15 minutes. If that isn’t winning, I don’t know what is.

Monster-ize These Sliders

And of course we need to talk about what makes these Halloween-y. Yes, I went there. It’s the easiest step but man does it have an impact. Grab some toothpicks and a jar of pimento stuffed green olives.
Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
Put an olive on each toothpick and stick two into your delicious little sliders to instantly turn them into monsters. I mean, they couldn’t get cuter. 

No matter what type of Bake-N-Serv roll you choose, these olive eyeballs will automatically make them perfect for your Halloween dinner. 

Make a Fun Halloween Meal

I always make these spider eggs on Halloween and the kids look forward to them every year. They pair perfectly with these Halloween sliders to make a fun, spooky dinner before trick-or-treating.

I also majorly dig this Halloween Queso Dip. It’s neon green and looks kind of like slime which of course makes the kids love it even more. And I have a little secret, it gets its color from pureed spinach.
Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.
It looks cheesy, spooky and has hidden veggies so that’s a win-win for the parents and the kids.

Adding these adorable Halloween sliders and festive sides to your Halloween menu will start a yearly tradition your whole family will love.

More Halloween Fun You Need:

This post is sponsored by Rhodes Bake-N-Serv. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

Monster Sliders
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
15 mins
 

Celebrate Halloween with Rhodes and these spooky Halloween Sliders. Pimento stuffed olives make creepy monster eyes atop these taco sliders.

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: monster sliders
Servings: 10 sliders
Author: Meg's Everyday Indulgence
Ingredients
  • 10 Rhodes Warm-N-Serv rolls
  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 lb. ground turkey or ground beef
  • 8 oz. can tomato sauce
  • 2 1/2 Tbsp. taco seasoning
  • 1 cup shredded pepper jack cheese
  • 20 pimento stuffed green olives
  • shredded lettuce
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place rolls on a baking sheet and cook for 11-13 minutes.

  2. Meanwhile, heat a skillet over medium heat. Add olive oil to skillet. Add ground turkey or beef and break up with a wooden spoon. Cook until no longer pink. Add tomato sauce and taco seasoning. Allow to simmer and thicken slightly. Remove from heat and stir in shredded pepper jack cheese. Set aside.

  3. Stick olives on the ends of toothpicks.

  4. Slice cooked rolls in half. Evenly divide the taco meat between the rolls. Top with desired amount of shredded lettuce then top with the top half of the roll. Stick two toothpicks into each slider and serve.

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