Very good. I found that if you partially cooked the bacon first, they came out a little crisper.
The taste of these were really good, BUT, I couldn't get the bacon to get crisp up enough without the filling melting and oozing out! I would have liked more of the bacon fat to render out. Next time, I think I'll just bake them without the bacon, but chop up and pan fry the bacon on it's own, then sprinkle it on top after the peppers bake, OR just cook up the chopped bacon and mix it into the cream cheese mix.
Oh my! These were delicious! They weren't difficult at all and the taste was phenomenal. Definitely a keeper. Thank you SO much for sharing this recipe!
This was a hit with the whole family. My son is begging me to make these again soon.
These were the best!!
These are so horrible for you, and you can feel it. They can get a little messy, so it's best to use the smaller jalapenos. Make sure that if you're making all 50 of them, you're actually going to be around a large group of people, otherwise they will sit there and tempt you and you will resent them later. Also, be sure not to rub your face while preparing the jalapenos.
These were pretty good! Only wrong thing I did was not let them settle on paper towels first to let some grease off them.... otherwise, I will totally make them again!
These were the hit of the party - apparently!! They disappeared very fast. So yummy I think I will be expected to bring them everywhere I go! I added the cheddar (I used Nacho blend for a bit more spice) in with the cream cheese. The mixture of cheese was way too much for the peppers but since peppers are such different sizes. I could have filled at least 12-15 more peppers with the extra bacon and cheese. Definitely will make again and again. I would not mix the bacon in with the cheesd, by wrapping it you seal in flavor and cooks perfectly.
i could have aten these all night! :)
This took poppers to a whole new level.