5 Reviews

Wow. I'm so impressed with recipe because it is simple, has very few ingredients AND I would proudly serve this to guests. I scaled it down to one red pepper and ended up eating the whole thing! If serving for appetizers, I think you could even cut each pepper into 8 pieces. I'm actually going to put this into my Best of the Best file. Gratzie! Made during ZWT7 for the Golden Gourmets.

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LifeIsGood June 10, 2011

This is exactly what I was looking for. Quick, easy, and you can really put whatever you want on top. I used Colby jack cheese and some Parmesan, then dipped them into a little ranch dressing. Perfect snack or quick lunch.

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Heather D. October 13, 2015

I loved these as an appetizer the other evening, ooey gooey goodness with flavor.

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MarraMamba February 09, 2012

I used red and orange bell peppers and cheddar cheese. I let them to broil 15 minutes. They were so yummy. I prefered the red peppers. Thanks strawberrybird :) Made for Best of 2011 tag game

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Boomette January 21, 2012

Three ingredients for all of this? Wow! And I even used olive oil cooking spray & reduced fat cheeses. Definitely a make again recipe as the summer peppers roll in! Thank you for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT7.

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Susie D June 28, 2011
Roasted Bell Peppers and Cheese