Monte Crísto Sandwiches

Thank you Crystal from Dangerously Delicious for sharing these Monte Crísto Sliders!

If you’ve ever been to Disney and indulged in one of their Monte Crísto Sandwiches, you know how sweet that memory is! These Monte Crísto Sliders will take you back to that happy place or, if you’ve never tried one, create a new happy memory in your very own home. Perfect for Spring, serve these sliders for Easter brunch or as part of a Mother’s Day Breakfast. These Monte Crísto Sliders will take you back to that happy place or, if you've never tried one, create a new happy memory in your very own home. Perfect for Spring, serve these sliders for Easter brunch or as part of a Mother's Day Breakfast.

I know the original Monte Crísto at Disney serves their sandwich with a side of raspberry preserve, but it’s SO delicious with a little baked into the sandwich! You could always serve with a side of preserve for anyone who wanted a little extra. I really think the raspberry flavor sends this sandwich over the top. Don’t even think about making these sandwiches without it! I bet you can’t eat just one!

These Monte Crísto Sliders will take you back to that happy place or, if you've never tried one, create a new happy memory in your very own home. Perfect for Spring, serve these sliders for Easter brunch or as part of a Mother's Day Breakfast.

Start by buying Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and slicing them in half. I tore each little roll apart, but you could leave them as a sheet and just cut them into individual sandwiches after they’re baked. Which ever is easiest for you. Place 1 slice of thin-sliced turkey onto each roll.

Then add 1 thin slice of honey ham on top of the turkey.

Add Provolone cheese.

Then White American cheese.

Spoon raspberry preserve on top of cheese. (I LOVE Bonne Maman Raspberry Preserve.)

Place top of roll back onto sandwiches and brush with sweet butter mixture.

Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. Dust with powdered sugar right before serving. (If you dust too soon, sugar will dissolve.) Serve warm with lots of napkins! 😉

This is my 5-year old, Layla. She downed 2 sandwiches in a matter of minutes and loved every bite. (love her) We won’t talk about how many sliders her brothers inhaled. Let’s just say I was a little worried about making 12 sandwiches and having them go to waste. Um, instead they went to our waistline. Lol Not one was spared!

 

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Monte Crísto Sandwiches
Servings: 12
Ingredients
  • 1/2 lb thinly sliced deli turkey
  • 1/2 lb thinly sliced honey ham
  • 1/2 lb sliced Provolone cheese
  • 1/2 lb sliced White American Cheese
  • raspberry preserves
  • 1 12- pack Original King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) of salted butter, melted
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1 heaping Tablespoon flour
  • powdered sugar for dusting
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Slice rolls open and place bottom of rolls in baking dish. Fold 1 thin slice of turkey and 1 thin slice of ham onto each sandwich. Top with 1/2 slice of Provolone and 1/4 slice of American cheese. (more if desired) Spoon raspberry preserve on top of cheese and top with other side of roll.
  3. On stove top, melt the butter. Add sugar and flour and whisk until sugar is melted. Brush on top of sandwiches, covering entire top of sandwich. Bake uncovered for 8-10 minutes. Serve warm with powdered sugar dusted in top.
These Monte Crísto Sliders will take you back to that happy place or, if you've never tried one, create a new happy memory in your very own home. Perfect for Spring, serve these sliders for Easter brunch or as part of a Mother's Day Breakfast.

 

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  1. These look fabulous! I totally need to try these for dinner tonight!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  2. The sandwiches are looking Delightful!!! I will try it at home, evening time.

  3. Looks delicious! Raspberry preserves are my favorite, for as is and in savory-sweet dishes. My friend introduced me to egg, cheese, raspberry preserve and bread sandwiches and my life hasn’t been the same 😝

  4. It looks simply wonderful, I adore berries, fresh and fresh-frozen

  5. can i freeze the sandwich ?

  6. Have eaten many Monte Cristos at Disneyland and made the “real” French toast style at home for years… I like this simpler little bite style and will make them for a birthday tea party next week. But just a note the one’s at Disneyland’s Blue Bayou and Café Orleans use blackberry jam/preserves (or boysenberry if that is not available)….I am sure raspberry is good also. Now that I think about it I wonder if even apricot jam would be tasty…. maybe we will do some of each!!!