Ham and Cheese Potato Rolls, Hot Sandwiches

 Ham and Cheese Potato Rolls, Hot Sandwiches #ReadyToRoll


Many children in the USA as of now began school, yet mine started school at least 2 weeks before everyone else. I wish we had more time to unwind as it was still a peak of the summertime. Needless to say, it was a tough adjustment after all the summer fun and traveling. I think we are still adjusting to the idea that school is already in session for two months. With that being said, it could be rather stressful as well as emotional time to many parents.

I love talking with my kids about food, as they are foodies just like me. We discussed meals that we will create during this school year. One thing that all three of them love, are actually sandwiches. They could eat sandwiches for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So, I brainstorm throughout the year what fun sandwich I could make for them, for lunch boxes, breakfasts, etc. My advice is that you sit and talk to your child what he/she would like to eat, include them in the meal prep and be excited whatever you’re making food together as those are moments to cherish and remember.

When this opportunity came, I grabbed it right away, not only because we could make quick sandwiches for breakfast, but after-school snacks or even dinner. After much research, I was even more pleased that Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls had such an amazing feedback from people. Much to my excitement to try these rolls, it was very hard to find them in my area. I believe it was in one of the stores about 70 miles from here. I looked in so many stores, and with no luck at all, I had to order it online. The best thing was that it was totally worth waiting for, as my kids absolutely loved it, and requested that I make more. With homemade soup and these hot, delicious, delectable and quick sandwiches made with Martin’s potato rolls, ham, and cheese, it was a dinner made in no time.

Everyone was pretty happy, which made me very happy too that these sandwiches were a huge success with my family. Since my kids are going in 3 different times to school, usually I would prepare these at night, wrap and just pop in the oven for their breakfast as they make one exceptionally delicious and quick breakfast. You can certainly heat it in the microwave, but we love the crunchy roll’s crust, and soft inside of the rolls, and I am not even mentioning that melty cheese. Mouthwatering!

Soup, salad, or perhaps a cup of milk goes perfectly with these sandwiches. Also, if you do not eat ham, deli chicken, beef or turkey could replace ham.
Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls are very tasty, with a slight hint of sweetness, that makes perfect buns for hamburgers, sliders or these types of sandwiches. I mean, I can’t say enough, so grab a pack or two and try these sandwiches with Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls.

Ham and Cheese Potato Rolls, Hot Sandwiches
Serves 4
Ingredients:
• 1 pack (8 rolls) Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls
• Butter (I used Darty Free Butter)
• 8 + slices Smoked Ham
• 8 slices Provolone Cheese
• 1 teaspoon Garlic powder
• 1 teaspoon Dried Parsley
Directions:
1. Preheat oven at 375F.
2. Line the baking pan with parchment paper.
3. Open up the Rolls, and on the bottom, roll spread a thin layer of Butter.
4. On the butter, place Ham slice (1 slice or more), and cheese, then place the top.
5. Melt 1 tablespoon of Butter, and add 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, stir.
6. Brush the melted butter on top of the rolls, and sprinkle equally dried parsley.
7. Bake for 15 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the cheese is completely melted and the top of the buns looks deep golden in color.
8. Remove from the oven and allow it to rest for 3-5 minutes.

Enjoy!

NOTE*
If you do not eat ham, use deli chicken or turkey as an alternative option.

Disclaimer:

This post is sponsored by an Acorn Influence network and Martin’s Potato Rolls. All opinions, pictures, and content have been done by me, in my own words.
 Ham and Cheese Potato Rolls, Hot Sandwiches
SANDRA

 



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