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Every now and then I make something special just for the husband. His favorites are anything spicy. And while I can’t ever make anything spicy enough for his taste buds; he still loves the flavor of these amazing bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos appetizers with Philly cream cheese. They are super easy to make. You seriously won’t believe how easy they are to make. And yet they are the most amazing appetizer! Perfect for potlucks, Sunday Dinners, or even game days!
Stuffed Jalapenos make the best appetizers
Now, you may have seen some of these stuffed jalapenos around before. But these are the best yet! Why? Maybe I’m partial cause I made them. That is very possible. But I I like to believe it is because I used flavored Philadelphia Cream Cheese!
Have you tried some of the flavored Philly cream cheese spread? They have a lot of great flavors. We love the fruit flavors on bagels. And the more savory flavors for dips. So it wasn’t much of a stretch for me to grab the Chive & Onion and the Garden Vegetable the last time I was at Walmart. They have great flavor and great in a variety of dishes.
Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos Appetizer Recipe
One of the easiest appetizers you can ever create, that packs a mighty punch in flavor.
- ~20 Jalapenos
- Chive & Onion Philly Cream Cheese Spread
- Garden Vegetable Philly Cream cheese Spread
- 1 lb bacon
- Wash Jalapenos
- Cut in half length wise
- scoop out seeds
- spread the olive & chive and the Garden Vegetable Philly Cream cheese spread into the Jalapenos
- Wrap in a strip of bacon
- Bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes.
- If bacon still isn't completely cooked; move oven to broil and continue to cook with oven door open for an additional 5 minutes.
- Watch careful to ensure bacon doesn't burn.
The best part is that these bacon wrapped stuffed jalapenos are super easy to make!
Just slice open the jalapenos length wise. Then spoon out the seeds. Now if you need extra spicy; you are welcome to leave the seeds in. But Mind you. The more seeds the hotter it will be. I can’t handle it so out the seeds come!
Stuff the jalapenos with as much of the Philly cream cheese spread as you want. I stuffed half of the jalapenos with the Chive & Onion and the other half with the Garden Vegetable.
Wrap each stuffed jalapeno with a strip of bacon.
Then bake in the preheated oven at 350 for 20-30 minutes. If the bacon isn’t fully cooked, then turn the oven to broil. Cook for another 5 minutes. Keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t burn. But it will crisp up the bacon rather nicely and quickly.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly. You can even add toothpicks if you want an easy way for people to pick up these delicious appetizers.
Seriously these completely made the husband’s day. He just loves stuffed jalapenos. They are one of his all time favorites. And I enjoy them too. I just can’t eat as many as him; because I end up with heartburn otherwise. But boy do they taste amazing! Sometimes the heartburn is worth the risk with these ones.
So which stuffed jalapenos did I like best? Honestly I loved both! The Onion & Chive and the Garden Vegetable each had a slightly unique flavor. And they were both my favorite. I definitely prefer the flavored Philly cream cheese spreads with these stuffed jalapenos instead of regular Philly cream cheese.
When would you enjoy these bacon wrapped Stuffed jalapenos?
Do you have a Stuffed jalapenos lover in your home?
Thursday 12th of February 2015
This recipe is awesome love bacon and jalapeno....... Delicious
McKenzie @ Girl Loves Glam
Tuesday 15th of April 2014
Holy smokes! Those look delicious!
Kathleen @ Fearlessly Creative Mammas
Friday 11th of April 2014
Oh, these look great! I couldn't eat them because of the heat, but my husband and daughter would love them! What a great surprise they would be. Pinning
Thursday 3rd of April 2014
This recipe looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing!
Kristin Wheeler (@MamaLuvsBooks)
Thursday 3rd of April 2014
YUM! These look great! Even as a party food! #client