I have often found myself wondering what to serve with sliders. Those little, juicy burgers need a perfect side dish!
Sliders are often served as an appetizer, but they can easily become a full meal with the right side dishes. Sliders can be a super fun meal too. Serve a bunch of side dish options to give your family and guests a full slider buffet!
Sides For Sliders: Recipes You’ll Love
We have searched high and low to find 20 different, exciting sides to serve with sliders. You are guaranteed to find something on this list that you will love.
Consider the flavors in your sliders when choosing a side dish. If you are making spicy sliders, a zesty side dish is a good idea.
If you are cooking your sliders on the grill, consider using the grill to make your sides. Cooking should be fun, easy, and tasty, just like sliders!
There is nothing quite as delicious as mac and cheese served with sliders. It is an iconic, family-friendly meal. Our white cheddar cheese mac and cheese recipe sticks to the classic flavors you love but adds a new twist to the dish.
We like using pasta shells since they hold a lot of the creamy sauce. However, any shape pasta will work perfectly!
A classic potato salad is a fantastic side to pair with cheese sliders. Potato salad is the perfect picnic food making it great for summer cookouts. Fire up that grill, throw on the sliders and pull out this delicious, classic potato salad from Natasha’s Kitchen.
Tender potatoes are mixed with hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, mustard, and fresh dill. Green onions and microgreens add a nice twist and pretty color.
There is nothing quite as tasty as some mini sliders and sweet potato fries. These easy-baked sweet potato fries from Cookie and Kate are one of our favorite recipes.
Sprinkle the baked fries with some cinnamon and sugar for a sweet side dish to go with your sliders. A sweet side is especially good with salty ham and cheese sliders.
4. Grilled Corn
A tender ear of grilled corn is a fantastic side for sliders. This easy, tasty grilled corn recipe from Dinner at the Zoo is exactly what you should make for a complete meal.
Grilled corn is made by tossing corn cobs straight on the grill. You can even cook the corn right next to your sliders.
Add some queso fresco and sour cream to make tasty Mexican street corn out of the grilled corn.
This amazing fruit salad from Cooking Classy is loaded with flavor and color.
The fruit salad is made with tons of different types of fruits. Blueberries, oranges, kiwi, grapes, and bananas are just a few of the delicious fruit in the mixed fruit salad.
The honey-lime dressing is what really makes this fruit salad incredible. Fresh lime juice makes a tangy dressing. The honey adds just the right amount of sweetness.
6. Baked Beans
You can’t go wrong with baked beans and sliders. These easy-baked beans from The Chunky Chef are a simple and tasty side dish.
Bacon, onions, bell peppers, ketchup, molasses, brown sugar, and cider vinegar are mixed together to make a delicious sauce. A can of pork and beans is added to the mix and stirred in.
Try serving these pork-filled baked beans with ham and cheese sliders to really bring out that tasty pork taste.
A nice veggie platter is a great way to make your favorite recipe for sliders even better. A fresh veggie platter is always great, but this grilled veggie platter from Damn Delicious is especially great.
Grilling veggies makes the vegetables slightly soft and adds a caramelized flavor. That caramel taste will tantalize your taste buds!
A grilled veggie platter is especially a great idea when you are already grilling sliders. A beautiful veggie tray will look fantastic, taste great and add some nutrition to your meal.
The juicy flavor of grilled pineapples just can’t be beaten! Use this very easy recipe from Spend with Pennies to make some perfect grilled pineapple.
While we love grilled pineapple as a side dish, it is also fantastic on top of ham and cheese sliders. Grilled pineapple on a ham and cheese slider makes the comfort food into a Hawaiian treat.
You can also use grilled pineapple to make a delicious pineapple casserole. Add some creamy Greek yogurt dressing and spread the pineapple chunks in a casserole dish for a unique side dish.
9. Pasta Salad
This creamy pasta salad from Barefeet in the Kitchen is an amazing side dish to serve in the summer. Small noodles are tossed with broccoli, peppers, olives, and green onions. Small pieces of cucumber add a nice crunchy texture.
A homemade dressing of mayonnaise, vinegar, salt, pepper, and sugar adds a creamy flavor to the pasta salad.
Make this macaroni salad recipe for your next summer bbq. Pasta salad is always the answer to what to serve with sliders!
Looking to make some fantastic dinner rolls to go with your mini burgers? This recipe from The Stay at Home Chef. They are the best dinner rolls we have ever tried!
Rolls are a good side for cheese sliders, but they are also great rolls for your burgers. Plan ahead as rolls take a while to make!
Stuffed bell peppers are a great side to make an Italian-style slider meal. Fill your peppers with a delicious ground beef mix to match the taste of your sliders perfectly.
We love these stuffed bell peppers from Mom’s Dish. They are cheesy, tasty, and have a rich and creamy flavor that you won’t be able to resist!
12. Deviled Eggs
A nice tray of deviled eggs is one of the most wonderful side dishes to serve with sliders. These deviled eggs from Downshiftology are highly rated for a good reason!
Make the deviled eggs in advance, so they have time to chill. The longer the flavors in the creamy eggs can marinate, the better!
Ranch dip on top of a slider is a great idea. Making your own ranch dip with this recipe from The Salty Marshmallow will have your taste buds singing.
Ranch dip is delicious drizzled over a burger but also as a side dip. It is also great on homemade French fries.
A baked hash brown casserole is one of our favorite side dishes to serve with sliders. There is nothing quite as tasty as a potato casserole!
Thanks to the pre-shredded hash browns, this potato casserole from The Cozy Cook is super easy. Serve it with ham and cheese sliders or beef sliders. It is great with both!
15. French Fries
Everyone loves French fries, and ham and cheese sliders are something everyone loves. Make these homemade French fries from House of Nash Eats.
Your friends and family will all be impressed by the delicious fresh fries. They are one of those side dishes that everyone loves!
16. Onion Rings
The Recipe Critic will show you how to make some of the best onion rings you have ever had. They have a great crunchy texture that will please even your vegan guests and kids!
Try making the onion rings in the air fryer to make them a healthier side.
17. Tater Tots
Try making your own tater tots to pair with your ham and cheese sliders. These delicious, homemade tater tots from Inspired Taste are way better than anything you can buy in the grocery store.
Make your tater tots even more delicious by topping them with some grated cheese. Melted cheese on tater tots makes them irresistible. We guarantee it!
18. Caesar Salad
Stick to a classic Caesar salad to make your ham and cheese sliders meal complete. Once Upon a Chef will show you how to make a wonderful, easy Caesar salad.
The homemade Caesar dressing adds a lot of extra flavors. You may even want to put some of the yummy dressing right on your slider!
Crispy, crunchy homemade potato chips are one of the best side dishes to serve with any kind of sliders. They are also very easy to make using this recipe from The Cookie Rookie.
Thinly sliced potatoes are deep-fried until golden brown. Serve the chips while they are still warm for the best flavor to go with your main dish.
A light salad with feta cheese is a nice, light side dish to pair with your sliders. We love this easy feta salad from Skinnytaste.
Chopped romaine, cucumbers, onion, and feta cheese are mixed together. A simple red wine vinegar is the finishing touch that gives the salad a nice extra kick.
Amazing Side Dishes to Serve with Sliders
There are so many amazing, easy side dishes to serve with sliders. From light salads to warm, comfort food fries, which side dishes will you try first? Make your vote count, and tell us your favs!