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"I cut the J's in half gut them than put cream cheese in the gutted part til over flowing a little than put Worcestershire sauce on them just enough to make them slippery than i put Italian dressing on them, than wrap a whole piece of bacon around the whole j. put a toothpick in them to keep the bacon on than i grill them til bacon's cooked to my liking or oven on 400 degrees til bacon's done to your liking "- Nmb1230
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Split, seed and wash jalapeno peppers. Spread cream cheese in each half of split peppers, either leave in halves *OR* combine the two halves to make a whole popper. Wrap each half/whole jalapeno with a bacon slice cut in half.
Place each bacon wrapped jalapeno on a cookie sheet..bake at 250 til bacon is done, cool and serve.(Cheese will boil out if oven is set to high) This is even better cold the next day!!! I should have posted these for Super bowl Sunday...good with beer,wine and margaritas.
*I have used fat free and low fat cream cheese, the amount varies as to how much cheese each individual likes in their jalapeno.
**I use Turkey bacon for the wrap and it is really good, less fat too.
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Contraria 4 months agoAdded some minced garlic and shredded cheddar to the cream cheese mix then baked in a toaster oven. They turned out very well! Next time I may leave some seeds in for heat and then sprinkle the tops with brown sugar before cooking
Daveubl 7 months agoVery easy to make & they were delicious
orangefan68 10 months ago
jennheight 1 year agoI used this recipe last time. The only difference is that I used Hot Sausage and mixed it with the cream cheese before filling the jalapeños. AWESOME!
worldtraveler89 1 year agoJust delicious! If you want to add some flavor thrill into this party treat, serve with a side of raspberry chipotle sauce
brittnieparker 1 year agoAlways good! A small amount of crushed pineapple mixed into the cream cheese adds a nice flavor combo!!!
gothdragon 1 year agoThese are very good!
Jessicaeg17 1 year agoThese are delicious!!! Just made them and everyone thinks they are yummy :)
Msstebby 1 year agoAlways a big hit! I have cooked them on the grill and in the oven, both are great. At different times I have added sausage and have added shredded cheese. They really are not spicy unless you leave some seeds in them. Fun to make and serve.
Bakerboy51 1 year agoamazing! i added some chedder cheese to the filling though.
nmonahan78 2 years agoMade these last night, delicious and obviously really spicy. The only drawback is waking up the next day after having eaten basically 5 jalapenos myself. No bueno, but worth it.
llink 2 years agoI love these but I add a packet of taco seasoning to the cream cheese, Yummy!!!
Nmb1230 3 years agoI cut the J's in half gut them than put cream cheese in the gutted part til over flowing a little than put Worcestershire sauce on them just enough to make them slippery than i put Italian dressing on them, than wrap a whole piece of bacon around the whole j. put a toothpick in them to keep the bacon on than i grill them til bacon's cooked to my liking or oven on 400 degrees til bacon's done to your liking
MikeW665 3 years agoIn my 'Foodie' circle we call them ABT, Atomic Buffalo Turds...LOL
skippy6 3 years agoI use the fat free tub cream cheese, we mix it with some minced garlic,onions and some seasoned salt. I haven't tried it with the shredded cheese, but next time I should.
homestead 3 years agoTo kick these up a bit, I chop green stuffed olives and add to the cream cheese filling. To cut down on the total fat in this I use fat free cream cheese and also turkey bacon. You can't tell the difference in flavor.
Monique1978 3 years agoI love making these! I add 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese, a few dashes of cayenne pepper and Zatarain's blackened seasoning. I also like to mix in 1/4 cup fully cooked crumbled sausage to the cream cheese. They never last long after coming out of the oven!
MsSnaps 3 years agoI added shredded Mexican 4 cheese and chopped smoked almonds to the cream cheese and it was off the hook. Great recipe :)
Missrainyday 3 years agoApproximately how long does it take to bake it? Thanks.
TSoverns 4 years agoWow! These are great! It's like bacon with a kick!