Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders

My husband and I are celebrating our 5th Wedding Anniversary today, and although we are going to a fancy movie and dinner tonight, I wanted to make him his favorite meal at home for dinner as an added special treat. He loves hamburgers – problem is, we live in Phoenix and grilling outside in 111 degree weather is the LAST thing anyone wants to do after a long day of work! I solved that problem by making cheeseburger sliders in the OVEN! Crazy, I know…I doubted the recipe too…but it was the perfect meal for my All American Date Night!

oven baked sliders

To make the oven baked sliders there are really only a few steps:

mix 1/2 cup of breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup onions, and 1 lb. hamburger {double for more than 3 people}
press the mixture into a 9X12 oven pan and poke fork holes in the mixture.

cheeseburger sliders

Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.

Once done, drain off the grease {I even patted the top with a paper towel} and lay your cheese slices on the top of the meat.

Put back into the oven for just a few minutes to let the cheese melt.
Cut the burgers to the size of your buns {I used King’s Hawaiian rolls}, and you’re done!

cheeseburger sliders


7 thoughts on “Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders

    1. It’s so quick and easy this way! Not as good as Fuddruckers, but they’re quick and easy, so I’ll take it! Thanks for stopping by “neighbor” 🙂

  1. Thank you for this simple recipe! My Mondays are supposed to be my rest days, but I usually forget to prepare something for dinner the night before or put something in the crockpot until it is too late. I already had some ground beef thawing in the refrigerator, and I did a quick pinterest search for an easy ground beef recipe. Cooking the hamburger in the oven was genius! I don’t think I had a whole pound of meat, so mine ended up being well-done by 20 or 25 minutes, but it was still very edible. Me, my husband, and my 3 boys (5 years and younger) finished the pan. No leftovers to put away!

    1. Love this! So happy things worked out for you! I am the ultimate “I forgot to get anything ready for dinner” mom so I tend to find easy recipes too! Thanks for stopping back to comment!

  2. this looks amazing. I was looking for oven pan recipes.
    I found another one before / however / it is not so complete as yours.
    It does not say to poke holes with a fork.
    In the other one I also put green peppers and tomatoes and salt and pepper and Cheyenne into this mix.
    I think yours will be better due to the fork holes. the timing was the same (ish).
    I love this recipe I cannot wait until later when I make it!!
    Phoenix has a nice night club there!

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