Menu: Peanut Butter Bacon Jalapeños

Where all my spicy food lovers at? My bacon-eaters? Have I got the recipe for you. For real. Honeybee came up with these wee delicious wonders. I usually just eat them, but I made some for lunch to share with you. Check it out. 

Peanut Butter Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Jalapeños

Prep: 5 minutes ♦ Cook: 10 minutes ♦ Difficulty: Simple ♦ 2 Servings

Gather: (You guessed it) Peanut butter (or other nut butter). Jalapeños. Bacon. You’ll also need toothpicks or mini-skewers.

This recipe is almost more of an idea, as it’s so self-explanatory. Remove the ends from the jalapeños, slice down the middle (careful to leave one side in tact) and remove all the seeds. Remember when working with peppers this hot to wash your knife, cutting board and hands immediately. Don’t touch your face or your junk, boo. Matt did that last time, he forgot to wash his hands before going to the bathroom. Youch! Be careful. Anyway, you just stuff peanut butter in there and squeeze it closed again. Then wrap with bacon and skewer the ends so they stay still as you cook. Fry it up. Once two sides are cooked, remove the skewers and cook the rest. When they’re done I like to melt up a bit more peanut butter for a nice drizzle. They are as yummy as they are pretty.

These are perfect little appetizers for a party. You could prep a whole tray and fry (or grill) em up quick. That said, Honeybee and I have had these for dinner. Two or three and I’m full. Mm. Enjoy!

Thanks for sharing another delicious meal with us!




Author: Brianna Wray

I'm an artist in Seattle just living the dream.

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