Easy Jalapeño Poppers

I have looked up and tried a few different recipes for jalapeño poppers over the years, but this is the easiest version I’ve made! I haven’t found a recipe like this online, so here’s my super EASY version of making jalapeño poppers. Cutting and prepping the jalapeños takes the most amount of time for this recipe. I cut off the tops and de-seed them so they aren’t spicy. For some reason, this batch had tons of seeds inside them 🤦🏻‍♀️ This process took me 10 mins just to cut, slice, and de-seed 7 jalapeños. Since they get cut in half lengthwise, they make 14 poppers.

I don’t like to mix the cream cheese with shredded cheese and seasonings like most recipes recommend, I feel like it’s a waste of time. I’d rather layer the jalapeños with the cream cheese, seasonings and cheese and save myself some mixing time. Also, the less time I have to prep this and start eating them, the better! 😂 Let me know if you make my recipe by commenting on my post! Happy Wednesday y’all!

Rinse jalapeños first.
Cut the tops off of each, slice in half lengthwise, and de-seed all of them.
Slice the softened cream cheese and put about 1/4” of cream on each jalapeño as shown.
All have been filled with cream cheese.
Season each with garlic powder and paprika to your liking.
Place on your baking pan and place 1/3 or 1/2 cheese slices on top. I used pepper Jack cheese. Bake at 400 degrees F for 12-15 mins.
All browned and bubbly and delicious! Jalapeños have softened and are so tasty. Y’all enjoy!

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Published by Melissa

A stay at home mom who loves to cook!

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