Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon Quick and Easy ~Snack Recipe

05/02/2017 8:00 pm · 37 comments

by Sarah A Thrifty Mom

Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon

Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon, quick and easy recipe, party Recipes, Superbowl Recipes

Looking for a finger licking good recipe for an appetizer or finger food, then you have got to try these Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon.  They are easy to make and a low cost recipe as well.  Best part is you can prep them BEFORE your guests show up, then pop them in the oven right before they arrive for a hot and tasty treat with no stress.

Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon, quick and easy recipe, party finger food

Yields 24 stuffed pepper halves. Prep time 10 minutes, cooking time 15 minutes

For this recipe you will need:

  • 12 medium jalapeno peppers
  • 6 strips of thick cut bacon (cooked and crumbled)
  • 8 oz cream cheese brick softened to room temperature
  • 2/3 mexi style  blend cheese (shredded)
  • 2 tablespoon  ranch dip seasoning dry mix

Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon, quick and easy recipe, party Recipes, Superbowl Recipes. Can't wait to try this recipe

Wash peppers, then cut in half lengthwise and take out seeds and ribs.  You might want to wear gloves while you do this, or put oil on your hands, then wash them with soap after your done. I found using a small spoon or even a grapefruit spoon works really well for getting the ribs and seeds out.  You want to make sure you get all the seeds out because that is where the heat is, if you like spicy then keep the ribs in.   Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon, quick and easy recipe, party Recipes, Superbowl Recipes. Can't wait to try this recipe

In a mixing bowl add the cream cheese, shredded cheese and ranch seasoning.  Mix well and spoon into jalapeno halves, place  cooked bacon on top.  Put on baking sheet, and cook in the oven at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.

Quick tip *** I found that if you put them on a metal baking rack the peppers will stay upright during the cooking process and not tip over.  When they tip over the cheese tends to slide out, so this helps prevent that.  Make sure you put the rack on top of a cookie sheet for easier transport and clean up.

 

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Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon Quick and Easy ~Snack Recipe

Course Appetiser
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 24

Ingredients

  • 12 medium jalapeno peppers
  • 6 strips of thick cut bacon cooked and crumbled
  • 8 oz cream cheese brick softened to room temperature
  • 2/3 mexi style blend cheese shredded
  • 2 tablespoon ranch dip seasoning dry mix

Instructions

  1. Wash peppers, then cut in half lengthwise and take out seeds and ribs. You might want to wear gloves while you do this, or put oil on your hands, then wash them with soap after your done. I found using a small spoon or even a grapefruit spoon works really well for getting the ribs and seeds out. You want to make sure you get all the seeds out because that is where the heat is, if you like spicy then keep the ribs in.
  2. In a mixing bowl add the cream cheese, shredded cheese and ranch seasoning. Mix well and spoon into jalapeno halves, place cooked bacon on top. Put on baking sheet, and cook in the oven at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.
  3. Quick tip *** I found that if you put them on a metal baking rack the peppers will stay upright during the cooking process and not tip over. When they tip over the cheese tends to slide out, so this helps prevent that. Make sure you put the rack on top of a cookie sheet for easier transport and clean up.

 

Stuffed Jalapenos With Crispy Bacon, quick and easy recipe, party Recipes, Superbowl Recipes. Can't wait to try this recipe. TIP put them on a wire rack while cooking so the cheese does not slide out while baking.

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Somnang Hohaia
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Rom Measwhen are you making this

Kylie Thomas
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We should make it! U0001f60b

Teresa Moran Thomas
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Kylie Thomas Yum!!!’

Arlene Day
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Amy Norma omg!! I’m totally making these!!

Genevieve Q. Delgado
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That looks like a lot of work just wrap the j

Logan Kingren
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Yum babe!! Take one for the team!!!

Ali Bray
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Logan Kingren I would make these for you. But the smell alone would probably make me die loll

Reina Iris Mayol Suico
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Reina Iris Mayol Suico

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Lizbeth Love
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Reina Iris Mayol Suico me want

Josh Guel
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Kind of ha

Jasmine Nicole
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Josh Guel are these what you were talking about?

ConsumerQueen.com
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My husband would love these!

Becky Ruths
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These look so good!!

Discount Queens
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What a fun Idea!

A Thrifty Mom
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Thank you, we sure love this recipe!

A Thrifty Mom
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Me to 🙂 My favorite

Heather 'Story' Schisler
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Heather 'Story' Schisler

I love any kind of Stuffed Jalapeno!

Robin Abels
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Diane, James still thinks about the ones you made!!!

Rebecca Hubbell
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These look awesome!

A Thrifty Mom
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Thank we sure love them

A Thrifty Mom
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ME TOO… it should be my 5th food group 🙂

Freebies and Deals
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Love a good game day recipe

Jamie Willahan Eskelson
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Jamie Willahan Eskelson

These look great!

A Thrifty Mom
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Thank you, we sure love them!

Ashley Recio Langston
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Ashley Recio Langston

These look delicious! I love bacon.

Arena Blake
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Ooh! These look amazing!

A Thrifty Mom
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Yes we have made them for that…. and any other FINGER FOOD kinda night 🙂

Jessica Williams
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WOW! These look like good game day food!

Lara Bell
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Brian Velandia. Maybe we try them this way

Gaby Garcia
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Bridget Garcia

A Thrifty Mom
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No, they aren’t spicy at all when you scrape out the seeds & rib. They are very mellow. I love the brightness of a jalapeno. Mmmm! 🙂

A Thrifty Mom
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Yum!! They are so good. 🙂

Tara Jenson
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Drooling 🙂

Jodi Gilchrist Howell
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Jodi Gilchrist Howell

I have made these before, if you scrape out the veins they aren’t even spicy!

www.vidacoco.com
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Yum, thanks!

A Thrifty Mom
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my hubby cant even handle mild taco sauce at taco bell.. and these have less heat.. and he eats them.. its the seeds that make it hot.. take all of those out..

Janette Irish
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no way! this looks like it would kill us all with way too much heat 🙁 we can’t even eat sweet peppers like this… we can eat them in things, cut up super tiny but that’s as far as it gets

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