Buffalo Turkey Sliders are one of the best little appetizers I ever did make! Juicy little turkey burgers loaded with your favorite wing sauce spice, topped with melty cheese, crisp lettuce, and your choice of blue cheese or ranch dressing!
Do I make too many things that are buffalo sauced?
Don’t answer that.
But if you like buffalo things you should definitely also try Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps.
These sandwiches are my last contribution to football food… except that I will only be watching commercials because football makes no sense to me.
But I like snacks. And I like funny. Oh! And I like Beyonce.
Remember when Prince did the halftime show a few years ago? That was so great.
Remember when special episodes of Friends came on after the game even though it wasn’t Thursday?
Remember when the whole world was mad at Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake?
Funny how I remember all of these things but I can’t tell you who played in any of those games. Sorry football people. I’m sure right now you hate me.
But I will redeem myself with these sliders.
Does anyone know where the term sliders originated? I’m sure I could Google that mess but I currently have about 600 various tabs open on my screen and I don’t think my computer can handle much more. Should I be calling these sandwiches sliders if I don’t technically know what I’m talking about?
I have soooooo many questions today.
Add to this list of questions– what will you be watching this Sunday? Better yet, what will you be eating? Is it rude to just just show up for snacks and half-time?
In addition to these sliders all loaded with wing sauce and spinach and Havarti cheese, I made you a quick list of appetizery things:
- Honey Chipotle Lime Baked Wings
- Light Spinach Dip
- Cheesy BBQ Veggie Sliders
- Buffalo Chicken Skillet Pizza
- BBQ Turkey Meatballs
- Cereal Crunch Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Yeahhhhh snack foods! (And fun excuses to make ’em) Ground turkey can be soft -- if you feel like the mixture is too wet when forming the patties feel free to add a few more bread crumbs or oats to pull it together.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Amount Per Serving:
Ground turkey can be soft -- if you feel like the mixture is too wet when forming the patties feel free to add a few more bread crumbs or oats to pull it together.
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