These Baked Corned Beef and Swiss Hawaiian Sliders are fantastic to serve as appetizers for just about any party or even a weeknight meal!
Thanks to Michigan Beef Industry Commission for sponsoring this post.
August has arrived, but that doesn’t mean there still isn’t plenty of summer left to go which means still several opportunities for parties. This past weekend we attended a “Deck & Dock” party on our lake that has been going on for 34 years! We went to four different houses by way of paddle boat where the hosts served various appetizers, desserts and beverages. We have quite the age range of neighbors from about 30 to 90 years old. Some residents have been in the neighborhood since it was developed over 45 years ago.
This is what it looked like at each house…
We had a fantastic time getting to know our neighbors a bit more although most of them knew who we were since they have seen our family enjoying the lake all summer long. We were also asked to make name tags to get to know our neighbors better and decided to match a bit. Credit goes to my husband for the creativity for the glow in the dark anchor name tags and matching head wear. Aren’t we cute 😉
Next year we may need to host just so I can serve these amazing sliders. I have actually made them twice in the past two weeks since they are that good. And I am in no way wishing summer to be over but I believe these sliders would also be perfect to serve for Sunday football, don’t you think!?
You can’t go wrong with simple meals. And refrigerated deli meat like pre-sliced corned beef is so nice to have since it lasts longer than fresh beef and you can prep meals in 5 minutes like with cold deli sandwiches. However, even these baked sliders take only about 30 minutes from start to finish. Although processed meats like corned beef (look for lean corned beef) are higher in sodium than fresh beef, they are still a good source or protein and iron and are definitely time savers. So next time you’re in a hurry to make dinner, keep in mind that processed meat like corned beef can fit into a balanced diet, while still getting adequate nutrients.
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