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Ridiculously simple to make and so easy to stuff your face when they are ready! We love them!

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Its Me Busy Bee July 12, 2010

These were HOT but delicious. I think I just got a hot batch of jalapenos because normally I don't find them to be very hot (and yes I got the seeds and membranes out). These were still a hit...I didn't wrap raw bacon around them. I had some bacon I had already cooked so I crumbled it up and stuffed it into the cream cheese before added the shredded cheese on top. They were fabulous, easy and not greasy at all this way!

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Chef Kelly Bug June 21, 2010

this was excellent and easy. How do you remove jalapeno seeds without burning your eyes? That was my only issue... My grandfather inlaw couldn't wait for me to take them out of the oven, he grabbed them off and ate them while they were still very hot, he didn't care. excellent recipe, thank you!

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JanaLyn June 15, 2010

Amazing!

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Girlymouth May 21, 2010

I have been making this recipe for years- it is yummy! I mix my cream cheese and grated cheddar, and add some chopped green onions. I also blanch my jalapeno halves so they are not quite as spicy. They disappear at parties!

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SuzTheQ May 13, 2010

I decided for my first try I would make these exactly as written and they were a huge hit at the "Ocho" del Mayo party - a few days late to be called "Cinco"! Next time I too will leave some seeds in as I like more heat. I've already decided that I will make these for our Board BBQ in June!

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keeney May 09, 2010

Yummy! The only thing I did differently was instead of shredding cheddar, I made long slices and placed it on top of the cream cheese so it wouldn't escape. I didn't precook the bacon or even place the poppers on a rack to cook, I just placed them straight on a lined baking sheet and it was great, the bacon grease just ran to the corner of the baking sheet. Next time I will leave some seeds/ribs on the jalapenos for more spice.

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Eat and be Merry April 11, 2010

I made these for my husband and not really for myself since I don't like japapenos, but the cream cheese really complemented the peppers and the bacon...well, who wouldn't eat practically anything wrapped in bacon? I did leave off the cheddar cheese on top and cooked them in a baking sheet but with a rack to drain the fat from the bacon so the peppers aren't sitting in them.

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Ala_gal_82 April 07, 2010

i made these tonight and i cooked them on the grill i cooked them for about 10 min and let the bacon get alittle crispy i didnt put cheese on them but i added alittle seasoning to them and they were amazing i cooked them on the top shelf to give the bacon time to cook with out burning the jalapono i also cut them in half and put the cheese side down first and then turned the over i made sure not to cook them to long so you still get the freshness of the jalopeno this will for sure be one my next part plater

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texasmarine March 22, 2010

Very good. I found that if you partially cooked the bacon first, they came out a little crisper.

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Patti C March 06, 2010
Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers