New Arby’s Sliders

A couple of years ago Arby’s introduced Mighty Minis and now there’s a new set of mini sandwiches to take the spotlight… Arby’s Sliders.

PastedGraphic-2 (2)There are five Arby’s Sliders to choose from — take a look:

  • Chicken ‘N Cheese Slider: Maybe you’ve always wanted to try our crispy chicken tenders, but were too much of a sandwich-lover to branch out. This is your moment. A crispy chicken tender and melted cheese on a bite-sized soft bun makes a slider that’s great on its own or as a side to your usual sandwich.​  290 calories, 12 grams of fat, 15 grams of protein
  • Ham ‘N Cheese Slider: Thinly sliced smoked ham and melted cheese on a soft slider roll. So you can have a little smoked ham on the side, or 10 of them on their own. Up to you.  210 calories, 8 grams of fat, 13 grams of protein
  • Roast Beef ‘N Cheese Slider: The thinly sliced roast beef and melted cheese you love on a slider-sized bun, for when you want a mini-me of the classic.​  240 calories, 11 grams of fat, 14 grams of protein
  • Corned Beef ‘N Cheese Slider: We took the slider where sliders have never been before: thinly sliced corned beef stacked with melted cheese on a soft, slider roll to enjoy as a side or on its own. The never-before-seen Corned Beef Slider is here.  220 calories, 9 grams of fat, 14 grams of protein
  • Jalapeño Roast Beef Slider: Little sandwich, big kick. We take diced fire-roasted jalapeños, thinly sliced roast beef, and top it off with melted cheese on a slider-sized bun.  240 calories, 11 grams of fat, 14 grams of protein

24 comments on “New Arby’s Sliders

  1. Darrell Martinsen says:

    Do you have any pricing info yet? They sound good!

  2. Angela W says:

    All but the jalapeno roast beef slider have been at my local Arby’s for a while. They offer them for a dollar each during their 2-5 happy hour. They taste alright. They also have a turkey slider at my Arby’s which I don’t see on here.

    • Sascha says:

      Yeah, what he said. The jalapeno roast beef seems to be the only new one. They bumped the Happy Hour price up to $1.29 around me, but still decent, especially the corned beef.

  3. Darrell Martinsen says:

    Thanks to both of you! $1 is not bad at all! I see myself trying all of them except the jalapeño alongside an orange creme shake. Winning!

  4. Dank meme bro says:


    Isn’t there any place else we can eat?

  5. Starkzilla says:

    Anyone know what kind of cheese is on them? Swiss? Cheddar? White American? Provolone?

  6. Paul says:

    Here’s a pic of the ad at my Arby’s if you want to use it. It’s $1.29 at my Arby’s. I didn’t have one but they looked good.

  7. Paul says:

    I’m in Denver by the way!

  8. Richard says:

    So what makes this different from the Arby’s Mighty minis that had in 2013??

    • Sascha says:

      Well, the mighty minis were one of the best fat good creations of all time, especially those onion ones with the au jus mayo. The are simple small sandwiches with a meat and cheese, no sauce. But the brass send similar.

  9. sandy says:

    These look good, even better if they are $1 – $1.29 each. The jalapeno and beef once looks great. I give Arby’s credit for coming up with some new and usually pretty well done choices.

    • Joe says:

      They made the portion size smaller and turned it into a ‘value menu.’ What’s original about that, the one new sandwich that has jalapenos? I’m pretty sure every other fast food in the world has those too.

      Arby’s – Hamburger buns, cheap deli meat and half-decent cheese. Not exactly the most original concept.

  10. NewsOfTheWorld says:

    Doug Heffernan would be very happy.

  11. JJJ says:

    I don’t know why they don’t offer Market Fresh versions of all their meats. It would be easy to do.

  12. MP says:

    $1.49 in Chicago suburbs. Roast & corned beef was nicely sliced very thin so it wasn’t rubbery at all & got nice proportion to the soft bread roll. I’d say these are definitely better than a Jr roast beef that has way too much bun.

  13. Erenz says:

    I tried the chicken and the roast beef sliders today. And I can honestly say they were awful. The drive thru lady left the window open so I could see exactly how they are made. They throw it together and stand it up in a little box then they microwave the whole thing. The bun comes out soggy as expected from being microwaved. All the cheese slips to the bottom and out of the container because they stand them up for some reason. Usually I love arbys but this is easily the worst thing I’ve had from them. Do not waste your money on them.

  14. B Hodgan says:

    Should have a turkey slider also!!

  15. Edie says:

    I got 6 of these and they looked nothing like the picture. I know they are a dollar but they had 1 slice if meat in them and the cheese melted off in the box they came in.

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