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Ham & Cheese Sliders with Special Sauce

We love sandwiches in our house! Especially Ham and Cheese.
But we like to kick them up a notch with this recipe!

Our sweet honey mustard sauce drizzled on top makes them extra special, and delicious!
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For this recipe, Borden®  Cheese American Singles were added for its pure, creamy goodness. The cheese really helps transform this sandwich into something special. We LOVE cheese in our house and any good sandwich has to have a good amount of it! Fortunately, June is Dairy Month, and the perfect time to stock up on all our favorite Borden® Cheese products and varieties of singles, shreds and chunks.


You will love this recipe if you need to feed a crew. I like that I can throw it all in one pan and into the oven!
The warm, melty sandwiches are perfect comfort food when you don’t have a lot of time.IMG_9877

I think the best part about this recipe is that you really can take the general idea
and change up the sauce on top to how you like it! You can put more or less mustard depending on if your kids like it.
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INGREDIENTS
Rolls
Thin Sliced Ham
Borden® Cheese American Singles (or any variety you like)
SAUCE:
Couple squirts of favorite Honey Mustard
1 TB Brown Sugar
1 Tsp Apple Cider Vinegar 

DIRECTIONS
Butter a casserole pan
Assemble sandwiches
Mix up sauce ingredients and drizzle over rolls
Bake in oven till toasty and melty!
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I hope you give this recipe a try, I know you’ll love it!
Thank you to the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) for sponsoring todays’ post!
I’m on the Cool Food Panel and love sharing meal ideas like this one with you guys!
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Be sure to check out EasyHomeMeals.com for even more ideas!

Sausage Egg Strata

I first made this recipe as newlyweds for our first Christmas.
Everyone loved it so much that I’ve been making it ever since!
People are always asking for the recipe so here you go!
Your soon to be favorite casserole…Sausage Egg Strata
This is a great recipe for Holidays because I always prep it the night before, it sets up
all night in the fridge and then you can just pop it in the oven in the morning!
The house starts smelling amazing and by the time everyone is ready to eat it’s toasty and yummy!
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INGREDIENTS:
1 lb pork sausage
6 (1 ounce) slices of bread, cubed
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
6 eggs
2 cups milk
1 tsp ground dry mustard
(I don’t add any salt because the sausage has enough in it.
I prefer to let people salt and pepper to taste on their plate!)
*I originally found this recipe via pinterest-no link available*

 
DIRECTIONS:
-Place sausage in large deep skillet. Cook over medium heat until evenly brown. Drain and set aside
-Layer bread cubes, sausage and cheddar cheese in a lgihtly greased 7×11″ baking dish.
-In a bowl beat egg, milk, salt, mustard. Pour egg mixture over bread cube mixture.
-Cover it refrigerated 8 hours/overnight
-Remove from the fridge 30 minutes before baking.
-Preheat 350 Degrees. Bake 50-60 Minutes. Let stand 10 minutes. Serves 8
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I hope you give it a try I promise it’ll become a family favorite.
This would be great for a special brunch or if you have company and need to serve a crowd!
Thanks for stopping by the blog. :)
Be sure to pin this recipe for the perfect day to make it. It’s amazing!

Loaded Cheese Fries

I have the yummiest recipe on the blog today!
I made this the other night for my crew, and my mom who is in town, and they devoured it!
Loaded Cheese Fries. This is an easy and quick recipe that will be sure to please a crowd.
Perfect for upcoming graduation parties and cook outs!
You could even bring this as an appetizer to a party and pop it in their oven when you get there
for perfect bacon cheesy goodness!
I used Ore-Ida’s Extra Crispy Fast Food Fries and a couple other ingredients to whip this up!
You’ll be amazed at how easy it is and your house will smell amazing!
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INGREDIENTS:
Ore-Ida Extra Crispy Fast Food Fries
Pre- cooked bacon (to make it even easier!)
Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Daisy Sour Cream
Package of Ranch Salad Dressing Seasoning Mix
Milk
Pepper and Hot Sauce (optional)
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DIRECTIONS:
-Layer a 9×13 pan with parchment paper.
You could also just grease the pan but I love how easy this makes the clean-up.
-Layer the fries in a single layer. It’s ok if there’s a little overlap!
If you want crunchy fries, bake in a 400 degree oven for 10  minutes before adding toppings.
But if you want easy and regular fries you can add the fries and toppings all at once.
I went ahead and sprinkled the bacon and cheese on the fries at the same time.
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-Bake the fries and toppings for 18 minutes.
-While they are in the oven it’s time to make the ranch dressing!
-Use a packet of seasoning, 1 cup milk and 2 cups sour cream.
Mix together and you can always add sour cream to get your preferred thickness.
-When the fries come out, use a whisk to drizzle the ranch dressing across the top!
You’ll also have extra dressing for people to add to their plates for dipping.
My husband loves hot sauce so he added that and pepper to his plate of fries.
You could also have chopped up green onions for even more yummy topping options!
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I love how easy and yummy this recipe is.
The Ore-Ida Fast Food Fries are the perfect crunch and are made from 100% real potatoes!
Feeding an even bigger crowd? Use a cookie sheet and layer in as many fries as needed!
This is a great recipe for a crowd and if you are wanting to
make something warm to serve but need it to be easy. Enjoy!

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Thank you to the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) for sponsoring todays’ post!
I’m on the Cool Food Panel and love sharing meal ideas like this one with you guys!
Be sure to check out EasyHomeMeals.com for even more ideas!