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We make this down south but we also add shredded cheddar & chopped pecans.
I've been making these for years...I use step 2 method and supply different levels of heat and kinds of jelly...I love the really hot ones...also using different flavors and styles of crackers make a nice presentation...these are so easy to prepare that I usually let guest make their own...made for "Help a Naked Recipe" tag game for recipes without photo's...:)
I have been eating this for years - thanks for posting! One of my favorite snacks. Lately I've been substituting goat cheese for the cream cheese - YUM!
I wish I could give this 10 stars! My grandma gave us pepper jelly for Christmas that she had made. I used that. Holy cow these are amazing! Thanks so much!
I love this combination! I have had it at showers, parties, etc where they pour the pour the pepper jelly over the block of cream cheese. I have actually been snacking on this lately using Ritz wheat crackers or Triscuits with rasberry-jalapeno jelly. Delicious, versatile and easy :) Thanks blancpage!
This is easy and tasty. I keep Hot Pepper Jelly by Jellyqueen made in both green & red colors. Spreading a few crackers per your recipe is a wonderful treat! Thankl you for sharing your recipe!
I love this stuff. Been eating it all my life. My mother makes her own pepper jelly, and we just used saltine crackers. I myself have never made the jelly but it is a pretty easy recipe.
I love this recipe. The cream cheese is best if softened. If not, put spreaders nearby and serve with wheat thins.
What a great snack! I had some homemade pepper jelly...(not by me, but I buy it often from a roadside stand that is in between where I live now and my parents house) I didn't have whole wheat crackers so I used ritz...the were a little crumbly though and broke sometimes when i tried to spread the cream cheese on, but it tasted marvelous. Next time I'll definitely do the wheat crackers since they would be more durable and hold up better. This is such a great recipe (and easy too!) Thanks for sharing!
This is so easy, and always a popular dish. Very yummy!