Swaddled Jalapeno Peppers

Swaddled Jalapeno Peppers created by Linajjac

Cream cheese stuffed jalepenos wrapped in crescent rolls and rolled in Parmesan cheese. A 2004 Pillsbury Bake Off winner.

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  • Preheat oven to 375°F and prepare a cookie sheet with cooking spray.
  • Combine cream cheese, lime peel, cilantro and lime juice.
  • Unroll dough on cutting board and separate into 8 triangles.
  • From center of longest side to opposite point, cut each triangle in half, making 16 triangles.
  • Spoon 1 teaspoon of cream cheese into each jalepeno half and place cheese side down on cresent triangles with the point end of the pepper near the top point of the triangle.
  • Fold triangle sides over the jalepeno and pinch to seal.
  • Fold triangle top over end of the pepper and pinch to seal.
  • Place melted butter and Parmesan in separate shallow dishes.
  • Dip dough wrapped peppers in butter then roll in Parmesan.
  • Place on cookie sheet and bake 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.
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"Cream cheese stuffed jalepenos wrapped in crescent rolls and rolled in Parmesan cheese. A 2004 Pillsbury Bake Off winner."

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  1. ColoradoCooking
    These are a nice twist on baked poppers! I add shredded habanero cheese to the mixture & omit the butter totally – no need for it. Just roll them right in the Parmesan cheese and bake! VERY addicting. :)
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  2. gypsygal
    Fantastic! (every time) I've made these a number of times this Summer & Fall using a bumper crop of our jalapeno peppers. We like spicy & I now add some red pepper to the filling. I also roll them in a combination of Parmesan-Romano cheese which is finely shreaded. The flavor is a little more intense. Making them on parchment paper makes clean-up easier but using a silicone baking mat is the best. Great for company. I made the filling the day before. The next day I fixed them, covered, put in fridge and baked later. I needed to add a few more min. to the baking time. They were loved by all! The recipe was wanted by many. Thank you. Thank you.
  3. aronsinvest
    I could not quite figure out how to wrap these things. They were however delicious. Thanks.
  4. Chef Petunia
    These are excellent........try them with the new butter and garlic crescent rolls. I omitted the butter and they turned out great.
  5. riffraff
    Boy were these a hit! I ended up making them with several different kinds of cheese. Very very good.
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