Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce

Dinner for a crowd just got easier with these Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce. The perfect juicy burger with your favorite burger sauce just became effortless.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
Making sliders can be a bit daunting. I just don't think the mini, grilled patty versions stay juice or taste all that good. And then they are just so small you need to make so many of them to be able to feed a crowd. 

When I started making sliders in a pan, it was life changing. I was able to make them all the time and it was an easy dinner fix. Now there are more teenagers at my house all the time and they have quite the appetite. I make two trays of these Sheet Pan Sliders at a time and dinner is served. 

The kids love the copykat Big Mac Sauce and I love how simple this is to make and clean up. It's perfect for game day, fourth of July, Olympic watching or midweek dinner. I can't think of an occasion where these would not be happily received.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
Add lots of dried, minced onion to the bottom of the sheet pan

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
Press the meat into sheet pan on top of the onion with a good amount of seasoning salt.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
The meat will shrink away from the edge of the pan, just like when you cook a burger in a pan or on the grill. After the meat cooks I add slices of cheese on top, letting them melt for a couple of minutes in the oven.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
It's easy to cut the burgers in squares with a pizza cutter.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
Just add the meat to your slider buns with a spatula.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
And then add some pickles.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
And Copykat Big Mac Sauce.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
They're hard to resist.

Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce
Let me know if you make these!

There are so many easy meals you can make for game day. I love these Chicken Nachos with Avocado, they are so good. My eye is on these Bacon-Wrapped Grilled Chicken Skewers. Three cheers for Crockpot Chicken Wings. Buffalo Crispy Smashed Potatoes will round out any game day meal. And there is nothing more yummy than Crock Pot Chicken Tacos for the win.

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If you want to make these sliders in a smaller pan, you can find that recipe here.

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Sheet Pan Sliders with Copykat Big Mac Sauce

Recipe from: Cathy Pollak | Serves: 15 sliders



  • dried minced onion
  • 4 lbs Ground chuck (80/20)
  • seasoning salt
  • 8 slices of extra sharp cheddar cheese
  • 30 sliced dill pickle rounds
  • 15 dinner/slider rolls, any brand

Copykat Big Mac Sauce

  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/3 cup hamburger relish (it's sweet-found next to the pickle relish)
  • 1/4 cup Thousand Island dressing
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon dried minced onion
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper


  • To make the Big Mac sauce, combine all ingredients and place in a squeeze bottle. This can be made ahead and kept in the fridge for a month.
  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Sprinkle dried minced onion on the bottom of a 17 x 12 sheet pan. Use as much as you like.
  • Press ground chuck into pan, on top of onions until it completely covers the bottom. Sprinkle with a generous amount of seasoning salt.
  • Bake in oven for 25 minutes.
  • The meat will shrink in the oven. After 25 minutes remove and cover with slices of cheese. Place meat back in the oven for two minutes until the cheese is melted.
  • With a pizza cutter or a knife, slice the meat into 15 square rolls.
  • Place the meat in between the bun with some of the onion and pop on a few dill pickles. Drizzle with Big Mac Sauce. You are ready to serve.

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1 Comment and 1 Reply

  1. Margaret Swezea 1

    4 lbs of ground chuck divided into 15 sliders equals 0.26 lb per slider. Even with shrinkage of 80/20 ground chuck that seems like it would be too big for a slider. What do you think?

    I’m definitely going to try the Copykat Big Mac Sauce!

    • Cathy 2

      It’s actually the perfect size for dinner rolls and better for serving a crowd, since everyone is good with one or two.


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