Jalapeño Poppers

Cooking is one thing I enjoy doing. Now, only if I could eat it and be as small as Rachel Ray! That girl loves food and loves to eat and look at how small she is!

The holiday season is just around the corner and hopefully I’ll be able to try some new recipes and take some pictures to share with you.

This Popper recipe is not nearly as hot as you might expect when you remove the seeds. Try them for a party or just a cold night that you feel like staying indoors and having a snack. 🙂

Poppers

Jalepenos peppers ( cut open and clean all seeds and white pith out)
8 oz cream cheese
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
seasoning such as Soul Seasoning or Seasoning Salt
Bacon strips cut in half

Mix the cheeses.  Fill the peppers with the cheeses and seasonings.  Wrap in bacon strips.  Bake in a 375º oven for about 20-25 minutes.  Enjoy!

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8 responses to “Jalapeño Poppers

  1. I just made these. Can I tell you, I love you! These are the greatest things and are a meal unto themselves, practically. Oh, so good!!!

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  3. My niece makes poppers using basically this recipe but also sprinkles the tops with Italian bread crumbs before baking. I love the extra flavor the bread crumbs add.

  4. I made these twice already since I last contacted you. For those that are NOT low carbers and want some sweetness, you may want to try adding crushed pineapple to the cream cheese mixture. I made mine for low carbing and used the low sodium, turkey bacon and crumbled them into the cream cheese instead of wrapping around. Both ways come out delicious. The oil from the bacon if you wrap around does help with cooking the pepper and making it softer. If you do not wrap around and crumble in, lightly brush on the outside of the pepper, some O.O. Just my 2cents worth. : – )

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  6. These poppers are yummy!

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