Here's what I'm taking to the Ornament Swap tonight, along with babybites. They are super easy and they are great to make ahead and then bake right before the party. My aunt always made these when I was growing up for Christmas and I always wondered how she got the ham and cheese inside the rolls. Who knew it was so easy!
2 pkgs. dinner rolls (I like to use Hawaiian rolls)
4 Tbsp. yellow mustard
4 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
4 Tbsp. poppy seeds
1/2 stick butter, softened
1 pkg. honey ham (I like the Hillshire Farms ((GO MEAT!!)) hearty slices. You can half each slice & have plenty)
1 pkg. swiss cheese (Each slice will be enough for 4 sandwiches)
Cut all of your rolls in half. In a bowl, combine mustard, worcestershire sauce, poppy seeds, and butter. Spread mustard mixture on both sides of the roll (I found that using those cooking paint brush utensils work the best). Place a piece of cheese and ham on each roll and top. Place rolls on baking sheet and spread a little more butter across the top. Cover with foil. Bake @ 350 for 15-20 minutes until browned and cheese has melted. YUMMY!!