Bacon Jalapeno Popper Deviled Eggs are an addictively good appetizer that’ll leave everyone wanting more and asking for the recipe!
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I’m a sucker for great deviled eggs. They’re so poppable and delicious! I’ve been obsessed with deviled eggs for a few years now, and while I love the classic recipe it’s the fun flavor combinations that really get me excited. One of my all-time flavor pairings is bacon and jalapeno. The salty bacon and spicy chiles got together so well! I can’t really believe I’ve never made them into a deviled egg before, but today is the day!
These eggs come together really quickly once you have your ingredients prepped. Just smash your egg yolks in a bowl with a fork, add in the mayo & cream cheese for a rich flavor, add the seasonings & the jalapeno popper fixin’s and you’re in business! These eggs can be made a head of time and travel well. They’ll be the talk of your next potluck and everyone will want the recipe.
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- 6 hard boiled eggs, shells removed
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1 ounce cream cheese, softened and cut into small pieces
- 1/2 tablespoon white wine vinegar
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 teaspoons salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 5 strips bacon, cooked crispy
- 1 jalapeno, seeded and diced
- 2 tablespoons shredded cheddar cheese
- Cut each egg in half length-wise. Place the yolks in a medium mixing bowl and the whites on a serving platter.
- Use a fork to smash the egg yolks into a crumb-like texture. Add the mayo and cream cheese to the egg yolks. Mix until combined and smooth.
- Add the white wine vinegar, garlic powder, salt, and pepper to the yolks and mix to combine.
- Add 3/4 of the bacon, jalapeno, and cheddar cheese to the egg yolks and mix to combine.
- Transfer the egg yolk mixture to a piping bag or a Ziploc bag with one corner cut off. Pipe the filling into the egg white cavities, being sure to overfill the eggs.
- Sprinkle the reserved bacon over the filling. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
This post first appeared on Sunday Supper Movement where I am a contributor.