Turkey and Avocado Sliders

July 18, 2019

Turkey and Avocado Sliders

Sliders are an awesome easy food idea for any party, game day, or really any other gathering.
I like to serve sliders at parties because I believe they are a great way to make sure I can give guests a full food experience without filling them with a big burger.
They make killer nibbles to pass around and — last but not least — they’re also great for little hands.

Turkey and Avocado Sliders

What these 7-ingredient Turkey and Avocado Sliders lack in size they make up for in flavor.
When the cheese melts, it wraps up all of the flavors of lean turkey, bacon, and fresh avocado in one little bite that explodes in your mouth. You’ll probably need one or two more, they are SO good.
My favorite way to make these turkey sliders is to broil them in the oven, because it saves so much time, but of course you can grill them or cook them in a skillet on top of the stove for a quick and simple dinner.
You can serve these Turkey and Avocado Sliders with all kinds of salads and easy sides, and have a meal together. Served with the cole slaw, it’s a stand out dinner.
They’re so simple and quick to prepare because the oven does all the work. Best of all, the clean up is minimal.

Turkey and Avocado Sliders                                                                                                                 Print this recipe!

Makes 10 sliders

1 lb / 453 gr ground turkey
7 bacon slices, finely chopped
1 teaspoon salt
5 cheese slices (either Cheddar, Swiss or your favorite cheese), halved
10 brioche buns (or mini-hamburger buns)
2 avocados, sliced
Mayonnaise for serving (make your own mayo with this recipe)


In a large bowl, gently mix together ground turkey, bacon, and salt.
With dampened hands form into 10 patties — each about 1-inch thick and about 2½-inches in diameter.
Place patties on a rimmed baking sheet.
Heat the broiler and place a rack 4 inches from the top. Broil patties until golden brown, about 8 to 10 minutes (a thermometer inserted in the center should register 165°.)
Remove from the oven and top each patty with a slice of cheese.
Broil for further 30 seconds.
In the meantime toast buns.
Assemble sliders by sandwiching patties, sliced avocado, and a dollop of mayonnaise.
Serve immediately!

Nutrition facts

One slider yields 288 calories, 17 grams of fat, 18 grams of carbs, and 18 grams of protein.


  1. The burgers look raw in your photos. Was that on purpose?

  2. I was going to say the same thing