Turkey Sliders

These little burgers were an inspiration from my daughter. I was originally going to make just regular beef sliders but she requested something healthier and wanted turkey.

To my surprise they came out great! They are super easy to make with very little effort. 


  • Lasagna pan
  • Fry pan for bacon and tongs
  • Cutting board and knife
  • Tin foil
  • Oven mitts


  • 2 pounds of ground turkey spilt in half
  • 1 package of maple bacon cut in thirds
  • 1 yellow onion (peel and dice)
  • 5 stems of  fresh tyme leaves removed 
  • Garlic salt
  • Pepper
  • Dried oregano
  • 6 to 8 slices of Colby Jack sliced cheese
  • Package of 12 potato rolls
  • Fresh spinach leaves
  • Condiments of choice
  • Spray butter (pam)

Preheat oven to 350.

    Using your fry pan, cook your bacon crisp.

    Spray your lasagna pan with your butter.

    Now using your first pound of turkey. Line the entire bottom of pan.

    Add your spices, garlic salt, pepper, tyme and oregano. Save some tyme for the last layer of turkey.

    Next your diced onions.

    Then your cooked bacon.

    Now add the next pound of turkey, evenly distribute covering the entire pan.

    Add another layer of spices.

    Cover with tin foil and bake till turkey is completely cooked. About 45 minutes.

    Remove tin foil and cover your dish with cheese. Place back in oven till cheese is melted.

    Once cheese is melted and bubbly remove from oven.

    Cut your turkey burgers to fit your dinner rolls. Garnish with fresh spinage and condiments of choice.

    Serve warm. Makes about 12.


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