104 Reviews

Excellent burgers. I used less meat (3 hamburgers) but the same amount of filling (we like rich and cheezy). Broiling was a little tricky (the smoke alarm went off) and the biggest burger was slightly raw in the middle (I probably need to make thinner patties), but I ate it anyway. I will definitely make these again--what a creative and delicious recipe! Thanks for posting it.

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Literary Mom August 10, 2003

Five stars across the board and should they be too spicy for anyone, tell them like I tell mine...call 1-800-WHAA. Made for All You Can Cook--Special Event Tag.

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gailanng July 24, 2011

Awesome burgers! These were so juicy and gooey from the cream cheese in the middle. I added more jalapeno and added sliced green onion to the cream cheese mixture. I did have a problem when the burgers were on the grill with the cream cheese spewing out the burgers. Next time I will refrigerate the cream cheese mixture to firm it up a bit before adding in the middle of the burgers to try to prevent this next time. I served these with mayo, lettuce, onion, and tomato. On mine I added a little franks sweet chili sauce. It gave it an awesome sweet and spicy kick and paired so well with the popper burgers! I love dipping my poppers in that sauce so I think it made the sandwich taste more like a popper to me. Thanks for the recipe!

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*pink* July 19, 2011

Fantastic!! These may be my new favourite burgers! So easy and they tasted great! The burgers turned out so juicy and I loved that fiery hit you got from the middle, just fabulous!

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anniesnomsblog May 16, 2016

Delicious. Next time I'm doubling the cheese; it was so good!

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kellsbella June 21, 2014

I made these burgers for my family tonight to eat while watching the Super Bowl XLVIII, (Great job Sea Hawks!), and they were a hit. I made a whole recipe, but used 2 whole small jalapenos and Hot Shot seasoning instead of the Ancho Chile Pepper Seasoning. These were slightly spicy, but not bad, even my three year old ate some. Also, February in Pennsylvania is not grilling weather and the broiling thing scared me a little, so I made these in a frying pan set on medium-low temp and let them cook for 6 minutes per side and used the recommendation to only flip them once then I finished them off by placing two slices of bacon and then the shredded cheddar and placing them under the broiler for 2 minutes to melt the cheese. Served them alongside garlic fries for a great Super Bowl dinner. These are sure to be made again in the summer! Thanks Julesong.

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ElizabethKnicely February 03, 2014

These burgers are fantastic! They were so moist. Can't wait to have them again. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn October 26, 2013

Made these tonight and they were really good! I didn't have the full amount of cream cheese {only a couple of tablespoons} so I just mixed it all up made into a single layer burger but they still were delish! *Also, I added a tablespoon of horseradish to the mix....don't worry, you can barely taste it but it adds flavor. I find it helpful to use a higher fat ground beef for burgers as well. Thanks Julesong for submitting!

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Fox Hollow September 04, 2013

very good recipe, I like very much

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Sandu D. August 31, 2013

Wonderful recipe. I happened to have some jalapeno cream cheese in the fridge, so it worked out perfectly. Thank you.

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Katanashrp June 24, 2013
Jalapeno Popper Burgers