Naughty Hammie Sammies

Delectable goodness of ham, butter, brown sugar, and whole grain mustard. 
Inside a Sister Schuberts roll. Need I say more?

Well, here we are in December. A midst school parties and cocktail parties where we must bring something with us.... And, usually you need something that doesn't take a lot of time, but you want it to be the hit of the party.... Sound familiar??

These naughty little sandwiches are your ticket to being the grand prize appetizer winner!

Brown sugar and whole grain mustard are melted into butter... Then slathered on Sister Schubert's rolls. Add shaved Sweet Ham and bake. BEST. APPETIZER. EVER.

Ready for the easy recipe, that you don't even need to write down?!?

Take your semi thawed Sister Schubert rolls out of the pan, slice in half. Just take your serrated knife and saw it across the whole shebang. Separate the top and bottom carefully. The only hard part about this recipe is remembering how the top fits back on, so it creates even sandwiches.

Take half a stick of butter and melt it over medium low heat. Add half cup of brown sugar, and a tablespoon of whole grain mustard. Stir until combined and almost caramelly. You don't need to cook this mixture, once combined, that's it.

Slather this all over each side of the rolls. Pour half the mixture on one side, then the other. Spread around with a spoon, making sure each sandwich has adequate butter and sugar... Top with SHAVED deli ham (that I like to chop a bit, so the pieces are very small), and the top half of the rolls. Place back in the original tin pan, and bake at 350˚ for until the rolls are golden brown on top. 12-14 minutes, if the rolls are thawed. 20+ minutes if the rolls are still frozen in the middle.

Remove from the oven and separate each sandwich. Fill your platter and eat! These are best hot out of the oven, but I've never seen anyone complain when they are at room temperature! ;-)

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Do you have a signature appetizer you take with you during the holidays??

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