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Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls

Quick-fix meals don’t get any easier than this Ham & Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls Recipe that my crew has been going wild over lately! To get started, you need sliced ham, sliced Gouda, and a pan or two of yeast rolls.

We love the Sister Schubert’s Yeast Rolls from the frozen section of the grocery store!

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls

I usually let the yeast rolls thaw enough to where I can stuff each one with a little ham and a little cheese. Sometimes I will cook them straight from frozen for approximately 5-10 minutes and then stuff them. Either way works!

After they have the meat and cheese placed inside, I brush melted butter on top of each one. Adding a little garlic and green onions to the butter takes this whole thing to another level!

 Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

Once these babies are prepped, I toss them back in the oven so the rolls can finish cooking and the ham and cheese combo can warm/melt thoroughly.

For oven temp and specific cook times, follow the directions on your rolls.

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

I’m telling you…these little beauties are total perfection…and yes, we usually make two pans.

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

These make a great snack, but sometimes we use them as a main course!

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

Just be careful…as they are slightly addicting. 😉

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls by This Little Home of Mine

Ham and Gouda Cheese on Yeast Rolls

This Little Home of Mine
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins

Ingredients
  

  • Sliced Ham
  • Sliced Gouda Cheese
  • Yeast Rolls
  • Melted Butter & Seasoning Garlic/Green Onion

Instructions
 

  • I usually let the yeast rolls thaw enough to where I can stuff each one with a little ham and a little cheese. Sometimes I will cook them straight from frozen for approximately 5-10 and then stuff them. Either way works!
  • After they have the meat and cheese placed inside, I brush melted butter on top of each one! Adding a little garlic and green onions to the butter takes this whole thing to another level!
  • Once they are prepped, I toss them back in the oven so the rolls can finish cooking and the ham and cheese combo can warm/melt thoroughly.
  • **For oven temp and specific cook times, follow the directions on your rolls!

If  quick and easy recipes are your thing, you may also want to check out my One Skillet Mexican Rice:

One Skillet Mexican Rice by This Little Home of Mine

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6 Comments

  1. Yum! I love stuff like this for entertaining or for taking to parties/fellowships. This is a great new twist on the ham/poppyseed/Hawaiian rolls that you see everywhere. Pinned!

    1. Yes, yes, yes! Those look yummy, too! Let me know if you try these! Warning: They are dangerous! haha!

  2. 5 stars
    Oh my word! My stomach was growling and my mouth watering as I read through your post! No wonder y’all are going crazy over them. 😀
    ~Haley

    1. We love them! You’ll have to let me know what you think, Teresa! So glad we’ve crossed paths~ Let’s stay in touch!

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