This was really good! I enjoyed it very much, and it was very popular in the house. I love the kick the jalepeno brought, as well as the creaminess that the two cheeses gave to the dish! Very yummy!
This was delicious. I wonder how it would be to add a couple of beaten eggs to the mixture and then place it into a larger baking dish. The eggs would cause it to rise and become like a souffle. I was tempted to try it this time but I prefer to make the recipe as written the first time out.
I cut the recipe in half and substituted splenda for sugar. Next time I will try it without the sweetener as we found it too sweet. We did like the slight spike of heat & the creamy texture so I do plan to make it again. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Wow, what a great way to serve up a side dish! Made as directed but omitted the green bell pepper (not ready from the garden yet). There is a lot of butter for this recipe, and I had to let it sit on the counter after baking to cool for a bit, then stir to incorporate the butter as it had risen to the top of the casserole. Next time I may just go with half the butter. Will definitely be making again, thanks for an awesome recipe!
I loved this recipe! I cut ithe recipe in half and added 2 jalapenos but they were pretty mild. I think it would be really good with pepperjack cheese. Thanks for posting breezermom! Made for 123HITS cooking tag game.
You suggested this for potlucks. Okay, breezermom's house....this Friday...dinner...say 6 p.m.? Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.