Sister Schubert Roll Sandwiches

This week I hosted a Gingerbread Open House for ladies which live here in our community.  Trying to serve foods which were a little different from all the regular dishes which are served at open houses, at the last minute decided to try this. Because we are Sister Schubert roll addicts, I decided to serve ham sandwiches using these amazing rolls. These rolls are so easy to find all over the south, but are harder to find in California and Arizona,…but wouldn’t you know that Walmart actually stocks them here in and around Phoenix. Because we love Funeral sandwiches (yes, that recipe is on the blog), but didn’t have any more room to bake a huge jelly roll pan full of them, I opted for Sister Schubert sandwiches, which turned out awesome. So here is what I did and they ladies loved them.

*There are SS rolls which come in a package called Dinner Rolls, but the type I am using here are the rolls which come in the 9″ round aluminum pan found in the freezer aisle of the grocery store.

Melt 2 sticks of butter. Add a heaping tablespoon of mustard and 3 tablespoons of honey. Stir until mixture is completely blended. This mixture will make 2 pans of the Sister Schubert roll sandwiches.

Cut rolls in half after you have thawed them. Brush the inside of roll with butter mixture and then place a slice of ham (you will need to cut ham slices into small pieces to fit the rolls). Place top on roll and place back in baking pan they came in. After you have prepared each roll, brush the tops of the rolls with some of the butter mixture and bake according to directions. Serve warm. (You can add cheese slices to the ham rolls if desired.

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