A simple 3-ingredient appetizer that is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful night celebrating the New Year and that it was filled with good food! For our New Year’s Eve party this year we made these simple Bacon Jalapeno Poppers. Crazy for how good it is there is only 3-ingredients! It was pretty funny because at the party everyone kept thanking me for bringing such a delicious appetizer. They were all going crazy over it! But in truth it was my husband’s idea to make these and he did most the work. haha
I was excited to try this recipe but not sure if it’d be too spicy for me but it was actually great! We spooned out all the seeds but if you like it spicier you could keep some.
To make this all you need to do is half the jalapenos, remove the seeds, stuff with cream cheese and wrap in bacon! Bake it and you’ve got a yummy appetizer everyone will love! How much bacon you wrap around it will depend on the size of your jalapenos. We couldn’t find small ones so we ended up needing 3/4 a strip for most jalapenos halves. So before you cut your bacon test out the size of the bacon strip you will need before cutting it.
One Year Ago: Baked Brown Rice
Two Years Ago: Spinach Artichoke Grilled Cheese
Three Years Ago: Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
Four Years Ago: Healthier Peanut Butter Balls *Use latex gloves if you have them when touching the jalapenos. It bothers some people’s skin to touch it although it wasn’t a problem for us.
Bacon Jalapeno Poppers
Adapted from The Pioneer Woman
*Use latex gloves if you have them when touching the jalapenos. It bothers some people’s skin to touch it although it wasn’t a problem for us.
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Nikki @ The King's Table says
They look so good! I tried to make these last year and made such a mess of them. They tasted good, but I used shredded cheese and may have piled it on too high since the cheese oozed everywhere while baking.
Thanks! I’ve seen recipes that also use shredded cheese but I prefer just cream cheese. I love the texture and it’s the perfect compliment to the spiciness in the jalapenos.