Stuffed Jalapenos (Cream Cheese and Cheddar Cheese)

"these are a great spicy snack. they are really easy and quick too! i actually think these are better than the ones i have had at restaurants. they are great plain or with ranch or sour cream."
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  • Cut the jalapenos top off and get the seeds out.
  • mix the cheeses and mayo in a large bowl. scoop the cheese mixture into a thicker style freezer bag. push the cheese mixture towards one corner and clip the corner. (about 1/4 of an inch of a cut or smaller.).
  • Beat eggs and milk together.
  • put bread crumbs in seperate bowl bowl.
  • Squeeze cheese mixture into jalapenos till full and almost overflowing.(it's okay if a little comes out in some spots.).
  • Coat with egg mixture and roll with bread crumbs.
  • (you can also double coat with breading taste great either way.).
  • fry in oil.

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