Baked Roast Beef Sandwiches: everyone’s favorite buttery baked Hawaiian Roll sandwich made with Roast Beef.
Holy moly. You guys love baked Hawaiian Roll sandwiches! Seriously, though, they are the perfect potluck food. Last year I made Baked Ham Sandwiches and every time I share the recipe I hear from you about how much you love it. Need more convincing? Every time I make baked sandwiches for a potluck, every last bit is gone. That’s pretty much perfect potluck food right there, no?
So I’m back with a new baked sandwich recipe, Baked Roast Beef Sandwiches. I wanted to create something fun for football season and something you could bake at home and bring to a friend’s house for the game or to the tailgate. These are yummy, buttery sandwiches filled with savory roast beef and bacon.
In my Baked Ham Sandwiches recipe, there is a step-by-step tutorial for how to assemble these sandwiches.
For this recipe, I’m using roast beef and Muenster cheese and for the buttery topping I use ranch mix and horseradish sauce, that gives it just a light zing on the buttery crust.
If I am bringing these to a potluck, I like to just make them right in a disposable 9×13 pan and then toss it out after the party. Also a great idea if you are headed to a tailgate and you don’t want to worry about getting your pan back and you need to head into the big game.
This is perfect potluck and tailgating food. Just make sure to get one of these Baked Roast Beef sandwiches, they will be gone fast.
- 24 King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls (1 package of 24 or 2 packages of 12)
- 7 ounces Roast Beef, double amount if you'd like thick sandwiches (cut into small pieces)
- 6 slices Muenster Cheese
- 3 ounces Oscar Meyer Bacon Bits or Pieces (cooked)
- 8 TB Land O’Lakes Butter
- 1 ounce Hidden Valley Dry Ranch Dip
- 1 TB Horseradish Sauce
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Evenly cut the tops off the rolls. Place the bottoms of the rolls in a greased 9x13 pan. Distribute the roast beef and then cheese over the bottom of the rolls. Sprinkle on the bacon pieces. Put the tops on the rolls.
- In a microwave-safe dish, melt the butter. Add the dry ranch dip and horseradish. Whisk and then evenly pour over the rolls.
- Cover dish with tinfoil.
- Bake covered for 15 minutes.
- Remove tinfoil and bake an additional 15 minutes.
Was just wondering on your baked roast beef sandwiches it calls for 8 TB butter and on your baked ham sandwiches it says 2 sticks. Does 2 sticks mean the half ones for a total of 8 TB or do the ham ones use twice as much butter?
I’ve used two sticks (16 TB total) for the Ham ones. When I created the roast beef ones I cut the butter in half and I find that while not as buttery, they are still amazing. Thanks for writing!
Ok to use roast beef from the deli?
Hi Tamara, Yes! I used packaged containers of roast beef and then just chop into smaller pieces. Buying right from the deli works great too!
These sandwiches are delicious and I will be making them for company for tomorrow (Sat.) lunch. How far ahead can they be fully prepared and ready to go into the oven?
Hi Diane! You can assemble these overnight or hours before. Enjoy!
What else would you serve with them ?
They are great with soup or salad! I usually bring them to potlucks and they are always a hit!