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Epic Party Sized Sandwich Sliders

Epic Party Sized Sandwich Sliders

Looking for slider recipes for a crowd or have a family with a big appetite? These party-sized sandwiches will be an instant hit. This easy Ham and Cheese Party Sliders recipe is SO perfect, you will want to make it again and again. We'll be using a bundt pan to bake up the perfect sandwich bread and then stuffed with delish ingredients before slathering with butter and toasting to melted cheesy perfection.

giant sandwich with sesame seed loaf filled with melty cheese.

Use a bundt pan to make a savory bread for large sandwiches! This awesome magic trick that I found on the Pillsbury website is pure genius. When I spotted it, I bookmarked and knew I'd revisit again. They've shared breakfast sandwiches and lunch-style sandwich ideas using this fun trick. I thought it would be fun to take it to the next level by turning their fun "bundtwich" into a party slider. I gotta tell ya, this idea is a double winner. I cannot wait to make more slider creations like this. 

ham and cheese slider on a plate served with a pickle

For a larger party, it would be fun to set up a sandwich buffet with a few varieties of these giant sliders! Kind of getting hungry just thinking about the possibilities.

When it comes to party sandwiches ideas, you have come to the right place! Let me show you how easy it is to make.


Want to learn how to make party sandwiches? This BIG slider sandwich is perfect for parties and celebrations.

This perfect ham and cheese slider recipe is perfect to feed a crowd and is very customizable. Here are the basic things we'll need to make these:

  • Bread Made In a Bundt Pan
  • Condiments
  • Meat and Cheeses
  • Sliced Tomatoes
  • Melted Butter
  • Seasonings

Let's first chat about how to make this large party loaf for our sliders.

ingredients to make a large sandwich bread loaf in a bundt pan


This easy bread recipe is SO perfect for party sandwiches. The key ingredient? None other than two cans of Pillsbury French Bread pinched together, placed in a non-stick spray fluted bundt plan.

To make it extra special, you can roll the dough in sesame seeds or everything bagel seasoning first. 

You will have a gorgeous loaf of sandwich bread perfect for loading up with toppings.

Later, we'll turn this big bread loaf into a slider by brushing on melted butter mixed with Italian seasonings and then covering with foil and putting the party sliders in the oven to melt. 

party sandwich with ham and swiss cheese


This ham and Swiss cheese slider recipe is amplified with a simple blend of honey mustard and mayo.

It adds the perfect pop of sweet flavor that helps to bring this yummy sandwich together.

Be sure to get all the exact measurements in the recipe form at the bottom of the post.

giant party sandwich up close with sesame seeds and italian seasonings


A bundtwich is a kind of sandwich created by Pillsbury with their refrigerated French bread. The easy idea is to place two rolls of their dough in half circles in a fluted bundt pan and bake it. Then slice the loaf in half for an amazing sandwich bread that everyone will love. Fill with your favorite toppings for an epic BIG sandwich that makes for the best party sandwiches ideas for adults and kids alike.

The original recipes show the bottom half of the loaf "scooped out" to create a "cradle" for the sandwich toppings, but I chose to leave mine as-is.

preparing a large party-zed slider for the oven


After the bread is baked and the toppings are placed into the sandwich, it's time to transform it into a warm melty lunch.

These tasty ham and cheese sliders promise to be a hit! The one I made was literally gone in minutes! Literally. Smelling this as I was preparing it was pure torture the whole time. I say make two.

One for your party and one for you to sample as you bake and prepare it. 😉

Brushing butter mixed with Italian Seasonings onto the top of the bundt bread is a step you don't want to miss.

Then, wrap the entire sandwich in foil and bake until the cheese is nice and melted.

party sandwich fresh out of the oven after being foil wrapped to melt cheese

Can you even stand it? Cheese + Butter + Bread = winning combo! 

sliced party sandwich filled with cheese, ham, tomatoes and honey mustard mayonnaise
cheesy party sliders fresh out of the oven with seasoned butter dripping down the side
giant sandwich with sesame seed loaf filled with melty cheese.


Let's face it, food is one of the very most important things at a party. Here are some more fun party foods to choose from.

For something fun and delicious, try creating a tater tot bar. This is perfect for any occasion from Christmas parties to birthdays.

Another hearty idea that is extra fun for summer is a grilled sausage bar

This customizable idea is good for smaller gatherings. Try a mini flatbread bar for your next soirée. 

Now, here is that party ham sandwich recipe I've been boasting about.

perfectly baked sandwich that is big enough to feed a family
ham and cheese party slider

Now that your amazing giant slider is handled. You might be wondering what goes with sub sandwiches at a party?

Here are some yummy thought starters for sides:

  • Potato Chips
  • Green Salads
  • Pasta or Potato Salads
  • Sliced Vegetable Salad
  • Pickles
  • French Fries
buttery ham sliders for a family

This recipe is adapted from Pillsbury Bundtwich recipes. 

party sandwich fresh out of the oven after being foil wrapped to melt cheese

Bundtwich Ham & Swiss Slider

Yield: 6-8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 33 minutes
Additional Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 3 minutes

Ham and Swiss Party Sandwiches made with easy bundt pan bread and topped with honey mustard mayo and melted to perfection.


  • 2 Cans Pillsbury refrigerated French bread, 11 oz
  • 4 TBSP Sesame Seeds
  • 1 Pkg Thin Sliced Ham, 9 oz
  • 1 Pkg Swiss Cheese, 11 Slices
  • 8 Slices Large Tomato
  • 6 TBSP Melted Butter, Divided
  • 2 TSP Italian Seasoning
  • ¼ Cup Mayonnaise
  • 1 ½ TBSP Honey Mustard
  • Non-Stick Baking Spray


  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Spray non-stick spray to cover inside of Bundt Pan.
  3. Sprinkle Sesame Seeds into large shallow dish or cutting board.
  4. Remove dough from cans.
  5. Roll each over sesame seeds to cover, making sure not to get any on the sides. Be sure not to flatten the dough, we went to keep it in the shape that it comes straight from the can.
  6. Place the rolls in the bundt pan to make a circle. Pinch the ends together on each side.
  7. Bake for 33-38 minutes until the top of the bread is a toasty brown color.
  8. Meanwhile, prepare the honey mustard mayo by mixing the honey mustard and mayonnaise together and set aside.
  9. Remove the baked bread from oven and let cool for 10 minutes and then carefully remove from pan and let cool on a cooking rack. {Keep the oven on for later.}
  10. Make sure the decorative side of the bread is on top and carefully cut the bread in half lengthwise.
  11. Spread the honey mustard mayo on the bottom half of the bread.
  12. Add layer of tomato slices, follow with ham slices and finish with cheese slices.
  13. Mix Italian Seasoning with 4 TBSP Melted Butter and brush on top of the bundt bread.
  14. Cover by making a Foil Tent and add back to the oven for 20 minutes or until cheese is fully melted.
  15. Brush remaining 2 TBSP of butter over the top of the sandwich.
  16. Let cool for a few minutes, cut into 6-8 slices and serve.
Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 489Total Fat 32gSaturated Fat 13gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 16gCholesterol 79mgSodium 933mgCarbohydrates 31gFiber 2gSugar 4gProtein 21g
If you try this recipe, I would love to hear from you! Let me know if you enjoyed it!
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Jackie Sullivan

Wednesday 12th of May 2021

Can I make the bundtwich bread a day ahead of time?


Thursday 8th of October 2020

I love this idea. One question: I'm not sure I'm following this direction, "Roll each over sesame seeds to cover, making sure not to get any on the sides. " Making sure not to get any on the sides.....? Does this mean the "sides" where the two ends of the rolls will be joined?

Dawn Lopez

Sunday 11th of October 2020

Yes, that is 100% right!


Sunday 16th of August 2020

I love the idea of bread made in a Bundt Pan. This sounds like it would be delicious!

Dawn Lopez

Monday 17th of August 2020

I was so pleasantly surprised =) I will be making this again and again!

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