These are wicked hot and very tasty. A truly great gardener and a wonderful co-worker, Sandra R., gave me a bunch of jalapenos from her garden and I wanted to whip up something special with them. I never would have believed a Maine garden could produce jalapenos with such heat! Lol! Thanks, Country Gal in Texas, for sharing a terrific recipe.
I had 10 or so very mild "hot" peppers from the garden and I followed this as written except I used cream cheese that was 1/2 Greek yogurt and 1/2 cream cheese. For my few peppers, I cut the recipe in half. Both my husband and I loved them!! Thanks for sharing...this will be a keeper!
Made for 2013 Zaar Cookbook tag game and what a winner! Made as written and they went down fast with none leftover...a big hit. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
My husband made these. He didn't add the bacon to the mixture but wrapped the jalapenos in bacon. He also used seasoning salt instead of salt and old bay instead of chili powder. I don't like jalapenos so I didn't try these but the rest of the family loved them.
Great variation for jalapeno poppers! The combo of cheese is great. I skipped the salt since the bacon had plenty for us. Thanks for sharing! Best of 2011 Tag.
Very tasty with just the right mix of spices. I made them vertically for my Popper holder on the grill, so they were far more fiddely to make, but worth it for the taste. It's just too hot to make in the oven and I would use this method in the colder season when they can be served immediately. I wrapped bacon on the top holding with a toothpick and this time added the bacon to the mix. I like them better with the bacon wrapped on the outside.