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Deluxe Bacon Pimento Cheese Cheeseburger Sliders

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Why go through the drive-thru, when you can make THESE show-stopping sliders, right? Prepared deluxe with added bacon, and totally smothered with my Just Plain Good Southern Pimento Cheese, these sliders skyrocketed to the top of our list of favorite cheeseburgers of all time! And they’re sure to become one of your favorites, too! 




If this monster doesn’t look like your all-American dream burger, then maybe you’ll just have to make some for yourself and taste it to believe it!

Though there certainly isn’t anything wrong with the usual choice of good ole American processed cheese slices, I mean, it melts perfectly and is super convenient to use yielding just that hint of melty goodness. 



THIS. Is even better! 





These killer sliders start off with a big bowl of my homemade Just Plain Good Southern Pimento Cheese. And instead of just piling a mountainous glob on top and leaving it at that. This mountainous glob is going to get melted until it becomes a glorious blanket smothering the whole burger! 

So. You in? Then let’s do this!!





Once we make our pimento cheese mixture, we’re really only minutes away from taking that first bite!

Just form the ground beef into 12 patties, and grill or fry them until they’re done to your liking. Then top them with the pimento cheese and run them under the broiler to melt all that wonderful cheese until it’s melty and draping over the burgers.

Then butter and toast the insides of your soft, pillowy slider buns, spread on a little mayo, and then top the bottoms with shredded lettuce….





…paper-thin sliced tomatoes and red onion, and one…..



…or TWO pimento cheeseburgers! 





Drizzle a little mustard on the inside of your top bun….





….and lastly, add some crisp-cooked and peppered bacon! 





Then place that top bun on, give it a good smash-down, and DIG IN! 





And, of course, you can also make it single! My hubby, bless his heart, (god love a man who can eat!), was able to easily wolf down a double.

But I can barely master a single!

And remember, in my hubby’s defense, these are sliders, though they look much larger in the photos. (Close-ups can be deceiving!)

These patties are only one sixth of a pound each. (*BEFORE frying!) So they really aren’t that terrible! 






Are they ever DELICIOUS!!




You really, simply, just HAVE to make them! They would be perfect for so many gatherings and events like New Year’s Eve, football tailgating parties, and especially the Super Bowl! 

And because they’re actually small, (well, the singles are anyways), they’re perfect for a Friday fun-night dinner with the family! 

So, before you head out to the store, be sure to add the few items needed to make these  Deluxe Bacon Pimento Cheese Cheeseburger Sliders! They’ll be the hit of the party!

Hope you all enjoy! And have a fun, but safe, New Year’s Eve! 


*These burgers were made with my homemade Just Plain Good Southern Pimento Cheese.


Deluxe Bacon Pimento Cheese Cheeseburger Sliders
Yield: 6 double sliders or 12 singles

Deluxe Bacon Pimento Cheese Cheeseburger Sliders


  • 1 batch of my Just Plain Good Southern Pimento Cheese
  • 2 lbs. ground beef
  • 1 pkg. 12-count soft slider buns
  • 1/2 - 1 stick Minerva Dairy Real Amish Butter, softened
  • shredded lettuce
  • 3 Roma tomatoes, very thinly sliced
  • paper-thin sliced red onion
  • 12 slices crisp-cooked peppered bacon
  • mayo
  • regular yellow table mustard


In large bowl, prepare my Just Plain Good Southern Pimento Cheese. Set aside. (Even better made ahead and chilled overnight. Stir well before using.)

Form ground beef into 12 thin patties, placing onto baking sheet. Fry or grill to desired doneness. When almost done, place onto clean baking sheet, top each with a nice mound of pimento cheese, and run under the broiler until just melted.

Butter insides of buns, and broil until toasted.

Spread bottom buns with mayo, then top with shredded lettuce, tomato, onion, 1 - 2 cheeseburgers, and torn bacon. Spread inside top bun with mustard, place on top, and dig in! Enjoy!!


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