Place all the rolls on a large cutting board and take a large knife to slice all your rolls in half at the same time (do not break them apart) and gently remove the tops as one big piece.
Spread your pizza sauce evenly on the bottom halves of the rolls that are still all connected.
Sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon of your garlic powder and 1/4 teaspoon of Italian seasoning evenly across the top of the sauce.
Sprinkle your Mozzarella cheese evenly over the sauce and seasonings.
Evenly spread desired pizza toppings on top of cheese.
As one piece, place the top halves of your rolls back on top of the bottom part of the sliders.
Pick up the cutting board and gently slide the sliders as one large loaf off the cutting board and into a casserole crock pot.
In a small bowl or coffee cup, mix together remaining ingredients.
Brush the tops of the sliders with the butter mixture liberally with a basting brush.
Cover and cook on high for 1.5 to 2 hours, turning your insert halfway through if your slow cooker doesn't cook evenly.
If desired, and your insert is broiler safe, place your rolls on the lower rack in your oven with your broiler on high for 30-60 seconds to crisp up the tops. (Watch continually and do not walk away. You can go from perfection to burnt very quickly in a broiler.)
Cut the sliders apart and serve
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