Saturday, November 28, 2015

Thanksgiving Delight - Jalapeno Poppers

Today is game day for many (ROLL TIDE) and I'm sure many of you have gotten rid of the Thanksgiving leftovers. Well, these poppers should bring a POP to your game day feast! When I saw these stuffed Jalapeno Poppers, I said yeah buddy, I have to make these. Jen Boyd is a southern girl that can cook like a true Southern Belle! For more great recipes, please check out website. You won't be disappointed. 

Jalapeño Poppers

Ingredients:
*Jalapeños (8)
*Bacon bits (3 strips, thin slice. I made my own)
*Cream cheese 1/2 cup
*Mild shredded cheddar 1/2 cup
*Green onion 2 tbsp
*salt (to taste)
*olive oil


Prepping Jalapeños
Preheat Oven to 375°
1. Rinse off Jalapeños.
2. Cut a triangular shape in the top of your jalapeños. (Start at the stem and work your way down. It should almost resemble a kayak).
3. Remove all seeds.
4. Rinse again. Drizzle with olive oil and a dash of salt.
5. Turn so that your opening will be faced down on baking sheet. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until soft.
6. Remove from oven.




Prepping filling:
1. In a low to medium heat sauce pan; add a half of a cup of cream cheese, bacon bits, green onions. Fold all the ingredients through out until well mixed.
2. Turn heat off. Fold your mild shredded cheese into filling.
3. Add salt to taste
Collaborating Steps:
1. Turn over peppers. Scoop about a half of tbsp into each pepper.
2. If you have filling leftover… Just add more stuffing to your peppers.
3. Drizzle shredded cheese over your hot peppers.
4. Place in oven 5 to 10 minutes or until your cheese has melted.
5. Allow to cool for 5 minutes.
6. Enjoy!!!!


**I do not own the rights to this recipe. All rights belong to Jen Boyd.**

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