Original recipe yields 16 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
These are great. But SUPER HOT! I also cheated and cooked them in the oven. Turned out great. I also added garlic and onion powder to the cheese mixture.
INCREDIBLE!!! These are always a hit when I serve them. A few changes I made: (1) I use a liittle less garlic powder in the cheese mixture, (2) I add a piece of sliced sausage before I wrap t...
My husband didn't care for the poppers. Not just these poppers, he didn't like any. I think they would be easier in the oven, as suggested by others. I found them quite tasty and easy to do. ...
These were gone in a flash. My husband made me make them again the next day and I have to make them for his work this week. Easy and delicious:) I cut the jalapenos in half b/c my husband want...
I made these at a tailgate, and everyone raved about them. They were the perfect way to use up the remaining jalepenos from my garden before the weather got too cold.
These turned out great. I wore gloves when working with the jalapenos and didn't have any problems.
For years I've wanted to make jalapeño poppers and I finally did today. In another recipe someone suggested boiling the bacon to lose some if the grease but I realized that you shouldn't because...
TRY MAKEING A BURGER WITH A ITEM I FOUND ON THE NET CALLED BURGER POCKET PRESS, AND USE THESE ING. EXCEPT THE CREAM CHEESE CROPPED UP BACON AND ADD THE REST OF THE ING. ALWSOME
These are outstanding! I can't eat really spicy foods, but these were just fine.