Product Highlight: Martin’s Party Potato Rolls
Image Courtesy of Fox Valley Foodie
Martin’s Party Potato Rolls are our smallest sized potato bread product. At 2×2 inches, these bite-sized masterpieces are perfect for miniature sliders, party platters, and holiday hors d’oeuvres.
Read more about this month’s featured product below, including some creative holiday party ideas!
About Martin’s Party Potato Rolls
As mentioned in past Product Highlight blogs, our potato bread products (such as Party, Dinner, Sandwich, and Long Potato Rolls) are all made with the same base mix of ingredients. This base mix includes both high protein wheat flour and potato flour, among other high quality ingredients. The products resulting from this base have a similar taste and texture to one another; however, they vary in shape, size, and whether or not they are pre-sliced.
Three of our potato roll products are quite similar: Party, Dinner, and 12-Sliced Potato Rolls. All three products are “slider-sized” and great for making miniature sandwiches or appetizers. That being said, they each have key differences making them uniquely suited to varying usage occasions.
The below picture illustrates the comparative size and shape of these three products:
As you can see by the above picture, our Dinner and 12-Sliced Potato Rolls (middle and right, respectively) are very similar in size, at about 2.5 inches. Martin’s 12-Sliced Potato Rolls are pre-sliced (making them ideal for sliders), while Martin’s Dinner Potato Rolls are not.
Martin’s Party Potato Rolls are slightly smaller than Martin’s Dinner Potato Rolls (2 inches versus 2.5), but are also unsliced. While both are great for appetizers or dinner accompaniments, the less substantial size of Party Potato Rolls is what makes them ideal for samplings, small bites, and party hors d’oeuvres.
Image Courtesy of Sarah’s Cucina Bella
Our Party Potato Rolls come in packs of twenty-four (two “sheets” of twelve rolls each). Since the rolls are unsliced, they allow for much versatility. They can be served plain alongside a dinner platter, sliced in half to create a miniature slider bun, or any number of other uses. Try them top-sliced for a fancy appetizer. Cube them for use in bread pudding. Or slice both sheets of twelve rolls in half for oven-baked sandwiches. (Tip: they fit perfectly in a 13×9 baking dish!)
We hand out Party Rolls at events and trade shows because they’re a convenient size to sample the taste of our potato roll products without being too filling (especially when there are often many other food items to sample at these events).
More Facts about Martin’s Party Potato Rolls:
- 45 Calories Per Roll (Serving Size = 3 Rolls)
- Made with high-quality ingredients including high protein unbleached wheat flour, real milk, potato flour, yeast, real butter, and pure cane sugar.
- No High Fructose Corn Syrup
- No Artificial Dyes
- No Azodicarbonamide (ADA)
- No Trans Fats
- Kosher classification of “K Dairy”
- Contains B Vitamins and Calcium
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Featured Recipes: Holiday Appetizers
Santa Claus Party Rolls
Make your next Christmas party extra festive with these Santa Claus shaped appetizers! These no-bake rolls are easy to prepare in just a few minutes. All you need is ricotta cheese, a piping bag, pepperoni slices, celery, capers, and some Martin’s Party Potato Rolls.
Spiced Pear and Pomegranate Crostini
These vibrant holiday crostini topped with cinnamon-spiced pears and fresh pomegranate seeds are sure to make your appetizer spread “merry and bright!”
Holiday Pull-Apart Roasted Chicken Sliders
There’s nothing like some warm and toasty sliders fresh from the oven to cozy up on a cold winter’s day. These roasted chicken and cheese sliders with seasonal herb mayo are perfect for all your winter parties and festivities!
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More Holiday Recipes
Get creative with your Martin’s Party Potato Rolls this year! Try using them for dinner spreads, decorative buffet centerpieces, and assorted snacks and appetizers.
Check out some fun ideas below:
A fondue bar is a fun and unique way to entertain your guests this holiday season. Lay out an assortment of dippable items, some skewers, and some Martin’s Party Potato Rolls, along with some homemade Swiss fondue in a double boiler or slow cooker. Try out different combos like Swiss meatball sliders (picture below). Check out this blog for instructions: https://potatorolls.com/blog/fondue-bar.
“Pigs in a Blanket” Wreath
Make an edible Christmas wreath using mini cocktail wieners and Martin’s Party Potato Rolls as the “blankets.” Decorate with some fresh rosemary and bright red cherry tomatoes for garnish!
Mini Meatball Sliders
Mini sliders are enjoyable any time of year. Serve your guests the classic: homemade meatballs on mini potato rolls topped with shredded cheese and marinara sauce.
Baked Mississippi Roast Party Sandwiches
This deliciously flavorful recipe from blogger Fox Valley Foodie combines shredded Mississippi-style pot roast, mozzarella cheese, and Martin’s Party Potato Rolls, finished off with a sweet-savory butter sauce.
Mini Shrimp Rolls
A simple slice across the top of your Party Potato Rolls can add a pretty and artsy presentation to your dishes, like with these miniature shrimp salad rolls garnished with celery leaves.
Fruit, Goat Cheese, & Pecan Crostini
Slice Party Potato Rolls in half and you have the perfect base for bite-size crostini like these topped with orange juice-marinated apples and grapes, pecans, and crumbled goat cheese.
Three Cheese Spinach Dip Wreath
The wreath centerpiece options are numerous! Use whole Party Rolls as a decorative (and edible) border around your favorite holiday dips and spreads like this cheesy spinach dip.
Pear, Blue Cheese, & Walnut Flatbread
A quick pass of the rolling pin and you can transform Martin’s Party Potato Rolls into a convenient flat bread base, ready for seasonal toppings like pears, arugula, blue cheese, and a walnut vinaigrette.
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“All the Possibilities”
There are truly endless ways to use our Party Potato Rolls. We have seen so many creative recipes from fans over the years, and even tried many new ideas ourselves!
Check out this video showing twenty-four ways to make sliders using our Party Potato Rolls—that’s one for each roll in a pack! What better way to keep your guests entertained (and their stomachs happy) than providing an easy array of snacks to choose from? These sliders are simple to prepare and make for an intriguing appetizer arrangement.
We also like to use Party Potato Rolls for creative decorations! Their cute size makes them perfect for food sculptures and artwork. Check out one example here where we made a “snowman” by stacking three party rolls on top of each other. Or here where we made a Christmas tree by stacking Party Rolls around a Styrofoam cone.
Since our Party Rolls come unsliced and still connected, they are great for making a large batch of sliders in the oven. Simply slice through the entire sheet(s) of rolls, add your fillings, replace the tops, and bake. To serve, simply pull apart the individual sandwiches or cut along the natural division in the rolls!
Here are some of our most loved recipes from fans:
Baked Ham and Swiss Sliders
If you’re a fan of sliders or oven-baked sandwiches, chances are you’ve seen this recipe circulating around the World Wide Web. These cheesy, buttery sliders are filled with deli ham and swiss cheese, then topped with a “secret” sauce of melted butter, Dijon mustard, honey, Worcestershire sauce, poppy seeds, and dried minced onion. Serve these at your next party and your guests won’t want to go home!
Grilled Cheese Pull-Aparts
A fan of ours tagged us in this recipe a few years back and we have to say, it is one of the most creative uses of our rolls we have seen! The concept is ingenious: slice through a sheet of Party Rolls, then flip the rolls inside-out so the sliced side is facing out. Build a standard grilled cheese with whatever other fillings you would like, then grill the entire “sandwich” together. To serve, just “pull apart” the individual bite-sized sandwiches!
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More Party Roll Recipes
Try these other creative ideas! Or—head over to our recipes archive page to see more.
We hope you have a Merry Christmas and a festive holiday season!
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