Hunk of Meat Monday: Jalapeno Bacon Poppers

I love all the fresh peppers that Indiana summers bring. Sure I have eaten my weight in sweet corn and BLTs too. But after you make these jalapeno bacon poppers, you will love the fresh pepper summer brings too.

Let’s be honest, when I saw these burgers from Anna at Sometimes on Tuesday, I added them to the mix of most makes this summer since I have fallen in love with my jalapeno poppers.

Back to the poppers. Start with a can of crescent rolls. Break each triangle apart and then cut each triangle in half.

Cut 2-3 jalapenos in half lengthwise. Take the seed out and then cut into bite size pieces.

 Fry up some bacon good a crisp. Like there is any other way to fry bacon:)

Then put a dollop of cream cheese in the middle of each piece of crescent roll followed by bite sized pieced of bacon. 

Follow it up with a piece of jalapeno.

Then pull up the edges around all the goodies.

And then you have it. Finish compiling the rest and bake on 375 for about 10 minutes. You want them nice and golden brown.

They are fantastic!

Link up what you have cooking this week. Can’t wait to see your summer meal creations! Be sure to get some great ideas also from those who share their recipes.

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  1. Carol@easytobeglutenfree says

    OMG, those poppers look awesome! If only they made gluten free crescent rolls :( Thanks for hosting!

  2. Katie @Pinke Post says

    WOW WOW these look amazing and I'm so hungry for them now. I have a garden full of jalapenos and will definitely give these a whirl!

  3. Lana says

    YUM!!! I LOVE poppers! I will have to give this on a try! Maybe my niece would like this at her baby shower in a couple weeks since she is becoming a "popper" herself! ;-)

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