cheryl September 26, 2014 COMMENT: can't wait to try your recipes. Was givwen a bottle of your bbq sauce and can't find it in the store. best i have ever had, where can i get it my bbq isn't the same without it. thanks
CDKitchen Staff Reply: Hi Cheryl, we're glad you stopped by and are excited to try our recipes. Not sure what bbq sauce you are talking about though as CDKitchen doesn't manufacture any products. We just have thousands and thousands of tasty recipes to share.
Guest Foodie November 2, 2013 REVIEW:
I got a little extra fancy with these. I cooked and crumbled some bacon and added that to the filling. I used spicy seasoned breadcrumbs instead of plain. SO good!
luv2cook August 25, 2013 REVIEW:
These are my new favorite treat. To the person who asked about the bread crumbs sticking to the peppers, I think they are only supposed to stick to the cream cheese part and not be totally covered. If you wanted the breadding allover you'd need to make a batter or egg wash or something to get it to stick.
Guest Foodie June 24, 2013 REVIEW:
Jalepeno poppers are my bar-food weakness. These are great and they aren't fried so I can eat them a little more guilt-free. Good seasoning on the filling too!
Edmacelroy December 2, 2011 REVIEW:
Good Recipe everything tasted great except how did you get the breading to stick to the bottom side of the jalapeno, mine would not stick and they ended up bare back kind of disappointing.
Jill May 3, 2011 REVIEW:
I wrapped with half a slice of bacon instead of breading them and they are sooo delicious!
Beckie September 6, 2010 REVIEW:
I used mozzarella cheese...EVERYONE love these. I have made these several times. People keep asking me for the recipe...
ash May 11, 2009 REVIEW:
These were really good, but I made the mistake of using italian breadcrumbs instead of plain ones, so they tasted a little strange. I also used HUGE jalapeno's so i had to cut them up into bit size peices. Other then that, they were great.
Member since: Nov 29, 2008
TaniB November 29, 2008 REVIEW:
I make these all the time for parties/entertaining. Everyone loves them and ask for the recipe. They are also baked instead of the traditional fried poppers...much healthier.
Erebos November 11, 2007 REVIEW:
The kids actually loved it! You can make it less hot by using small sweeter peppers too. And it doesn't really require many ingredients either. A total winner!