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Funeral Sandwich Casserole

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Updated December 15, 2016
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Funeral Sandwich Casserole
Funeral Sandwich Casserole
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This Funeral Sandwich Casserole is like the traditional ham and cheese funeral sandwiches, but easier. Instead of making ham and cheese sandwiches individually, you can layer King's Hawaiian rolls in a baking dish, along with ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and a creamy dijon spread. These only take five minutes to prepare! Then, bake for 25 minutes and you've got a lunch, dinner, snack, or appetizer that anyone will love. Ham and cheese is a match that's practically made for sandwiches and now, sandwiches are made for a casserole.

Serves: 12

Preparation Time: 5 min

Cooking Time: 25 min


What Are Funeral Sandwiches?

Simply put, funeral sandwiches get their name because they are frequently served at funerals or memorial services. Providing the grieving family with comfort food is a great way to offer your condolences. In fact, the Southern tradition of giving food gifts to the family of the deceased dates as far back as 1779. Funeral sandwiches are easy to make, so they can be quickly prepared and given to the family along with simple baking instructions. The common connection among funeral foods is that the recipes are comforting, simple, and versatile, so this sandwich casserole fits right in.

In addition to somber occasions, funeral recipes like this one are also great for potlucks or whenever you need to feed a large group of people. To prepare these sandwiches, arrange buns in a baking dish with cheese and meat. Then pour a flavorful glaze over the sandwiches and allow them to marinate. When the sandwiches are ready to be made, simply bake them and enjoy a comforting meal.


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The amount of ridiculous ads is absolutely INSANE to put it mildly

Hi mrspink67, much like television and radio we are supported by advertising. We are an entirely free website, but I am sorry you are unhappy with your experience! - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes

These are good recipes but sorry, anything that you call "Funeral" whatever is NOT something I will make or look at. I noticed that The Pioneer Woman (on The FoodNetwork) calls something "Funeral Potatoes". While it may be some sort of moniker steeped in tradition, it conjures up something immediately distasteful to me. Sorry, but you should change this "charming" title. By the way, I have this recipe in one form or another from several other sources that DO NOT use such a name ... they call it "Overnight Casserole" or something else. Much more appetizing!

Good idea, thanks!

Could you substitute bread and butter pickles?

Hi csborgersrode, I think you could definitely try substituting bread and butter pickles. Let us know how it turns out!

Wow, I never thought of this! I might try making this casserole for my next church potluck. Thank you for the recipe!

I love these cuban sliders! And what an easy way to make a bunch of sandwiches all at once then to make them in a pan like this! I added a slice of red onion on them with the pickle and it was perfect for us!

Great for Saturday dinner

This is listed as a Funeral Sandwich Casserole but the recipe was for Cuban Sliders....would like to see the name changed to Cuban Sliders.

Change the name,it sounds disgusting! Cuban Sliders,or whatever.

Hi pm768, we are sorry to hear you don't like the name of this recipe. "Funeral recipes" is simply another way to reference recipes for a potluck. - Natalie, Editor of AllFreeCasseroleRecipes

Don't knock 'em 'til you try 'em. Have you ever had a cuban sandwich????

You don't need to be around knives or stoves until you GROW UP!!

I agree, "Funeral" ANYTHING, related to food is extremeley poor taste (no pun intended)!!! And, NO NEED to tell me and others who dislike the thought of "funeral" food to "grow up." THROW UP, is more like it! YUCK!

I have never heard of 'Funeral Sandwich' or 'Funeral' recipes, ever. If it Is POTLUCK, then use that name. A new name of 'Funeral anything' sounds disgusting, like something from a FUNERAL HOME, where corpses are being prepared for viewing before burial.

omg, PLEEEEASE grow up.

Guess you don't go to many funeral potlucks...these (and many other things) are common at funeral potlucks and that is how they got their names. The article say nothing about funeral homes so don't be so dramatic.

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