Big Mac Sliders are filled classic flavors of a Big Mac sandwich in the cutest little slider form, complete with secret sauce! Easy to make at home, this copycat tastes just like a McDonald's burger, but made mini.
Prep Time20 minutesmins
Cook Time30 minutesmins
Total Time50 minutesmins
Course: Appetizer, Dinner
Keyword: Big Mac Sliders, Cooking for a Crowd, copycat, Game Day Food, Ground Beef
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and lightly prepare a 9x13 baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray.
In a small mixing bowl, combine all ingredients together for the Mac sauce. Mix with a fork until well blended. (this will create a pink color sauce). Cover and place inside the refrigerator to chill until ready to use.
In a large mixing bowl, combine ground beef, salt, pepper, garlic powder and white onion. Mix well until fully combined.
Press beef mixture into the shaking baking sheet, creating a flat even rectangle and cook for 12-15 minutes. When done, do not turn the oven off.
Using a bread knife, carefully cut the Hawaiian rolls into a top and bottom portion by cutting through the middle, evenly around all sides. Do not pull the individual rolls apart yet. Place the bottom on a flat surface and the top portion to the side.
Spread the mac sauce thick on the bottom of the rolls.
Top with shredded lettuce, the large hamburger patty, american cheese and pickle chips.
Place the top portion of the rolls on and gently press down.
Using a silicone brush, coat the top of the bun heavily in the melted butter. Top immediately with sesame seeds.
Place the sliders onto a 9x13 baking sheet and cook for an additional 5-10 minutes or until the cheese has fully melted.
Serve immediately with french fries or additional Mac sauce.
To Store: I do not recommend storing these sliders once fully assembled.
You can use a large pan size for the hamburger and form the hamburger in a rectangle shape similar to the size of the Hawaiian rolls if you do not have a 9x13.
Trim any excess meat from the large patty around the edges after it finished cooking to better fit flush over top of the rolls.
Less lean meat will shrink more as it cooks.
As you’re handling these sliders, the sesame seeds will come off at times.
You can prepare your Big Mac sauce with Thousand Island dressing if you prefer.