Making Jalepeno Poppers

Paula and Bobby show you how to make Jalapeno Poppers. Added on November 04 2010 | 40 Comments

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Paula, It is great to be able to see you and the boys back visually. I so appreciate your continued sharing of recipes and instruction for cooking. Donna p.s. Will try these for our next family gathering!

By Donna on January 24, 2014


Is the music background noise really necessary? It's very distracting. I just want to see the video and get the recipe. Thanks, Paula and Bobby.

By Anonymous on January 24, 2014


I think it is great, so natural between you and your son, light hearted, funny, great.. and the recipe sounds good and easy. will try it soon.

By Brenda Reichle on February 01, 2013


South Gray High Montezuma ks

By Mike on November 09, 2012


we love you come to our school!!

By Mike on October 30, 2012


Hi Debbie... Bobby is wearing a Univ. of Georgia Bulldogs shirt, not Green Bay Packers. Yes, the G can be confusing, but in the video he and Paula comment on the Georgia team.

By Mary on September 30, 2012


they looked so simple to make,that we had to make some!!!! they are so good! thanks

By caroldepas on September 14, 2012


do have mecxican recipes

By tamara Talley on August 22, 2012


nice shirt bobby. Being from green bay nice to see you in a packer shirt. love you and your moms website and recipes keep up the good work.

By Debbie Kiefert on July 22, 2012


have you tried stuffing them with crab and cream cheese They are one of the best that I have had will try with the bacon and cilantro.

By Dusty on July 10, 2012


Hey Sally! The jalapenos are fresh.

By Libbie Summers on July 24, 2011


I make stuffed jalepenos but I do different varations such as monteray and colby grated cheese with cranberries,(crush the cranberries and add 1 teaspoon sugar to them),onion powder and dry dressing(cornbread mixture) and cream cheese,mix this all together and stuff jalepenos(cut in half) then completly wrap the jalepenos with bacon.This is good at Thanksgiving,Do the same thing but don't put the cranberries in for other occasions.Everything is a 1/2 cup except the onion powder is 1/2 teaspoon. Serve with blue cheese dressing and/or ranch dressing.Put grill or in the oven until done,about 25 to 30 minutes,at 375 degrees.

By Gloria Collier on July 20, 2011


We also make something similar but we put a chunk of hard salami inside along with the cream cheese!!! Delish.

By Alison on July 18, 2011


I'm tellin' ya Paula, you and your son's making me laugh out loud (mind you I'm here by myself). I can't help it, you are just so much fun to watch and listen to.

By Trudy Hooe on July 18, 2011


I have done this before but we cut the jalapeno in half longways and stuffed with pepper jack (never thought of the cilantro I'll have to try it). We let the bacon hold the jalapeno together. Just made sure we put the end of the bacon wrap on the grill first so when the bacon srinked it kept the jalepeno closed. Awsome recipe. Thanks for shareing.

By Patty Santellano on July 17, 2011


Are the peppers canned or fresh off the vine?

By Sally on July 17, 2011


loved the video. great recipe - easy to make! Thanks.

By Bianca L Rolon on July 17, 2011


Make these every year the qeather starts getting warm. excellent, but I use cream cheese to stuff instead of the monterey...

By Dee Allen on July 17, 2011


Can't hear the dialog clear because of the music.

By Meredith Barthel on July 17, 2011


The way we make them is to cut the peppers in half lengthwise-clean the out-stuff each half with crime cheese, wrap in Bacon and bake for 45 minutes-wonderful.

By Brenda on July 17, 2011

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