These BBQ sliders are perfect for parties or game day. They are simple to put together, and the bbq sauce and bacon go perfectly together. Served on sweet potato waffle fries, they are a fan favorite!
There’s nothing I love more than a game day appetizer, and sliders are perfect! I love that they can be an appetizer or a meal, and serving them on sweet potato waffle fries sends them over the edge of deliciousness. The combination of bacon, bbq sauce, and sweet potato is out of this world, and I hope you can try them! If you don’t have a game day coming up, no problem! These are perfect for an everyday dinner or the big game, so gather your ingredients and get started. 🙂
How to Make these BBQ Bacon Sliders:
- Make the burgers
- Cook the burgers, bacon, and sweet potato fries
- Assemble the burgers
Tips for making these sliders:
- You could easily prep the hamburgers and cook the bacon in advance, so all you’ll have to do when you’re ready to eat is cook the burgers and sweet potato fries
- You can use any store bought BBQ sauce, but here is one of my favorite paleo approved versions.
- If you want to make your BBQ sauce, it is so easy! Here’s a recipe I love.
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These BBQ sliders are perfect for parties or game day. Served on sweet potato waffle fries, they are a fan favorite!
1 lb ground beef
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon coconut aminos
about 30 sweet potato waffle fries
12 ounces bacon, cooked
15 lettuce leaves
Mix ground beef, salt, pepper, and coconut aminos together and form into 15 small patties. Cook on a grill or skillet to desired level on doneness. I like to cook them on medium heat for 3-4 minutes per side. Bake sweet potato fries according to package instructions. Assemble sliders: A waffle fry for the bottom, slider, bbq sauce, bacon strip torn in half, lettuce, and top with another fry. Put a toothpick through the middle to hold it all together, and enjoy!
If you’re looking for more game day appetizers or drinks, here are a couple of my favorites: