Make Jalapeno Popper Crescent Rolls In Less Than 30 Minutes
These look creamy, spicy, buttery and delicious!
Jalapeno poppers are a super-popular appetizer for a reason. They’re cheesy, spicy and bite-sized, making them perfect finger foods for parties and gatherings of any kind. If you’re looking for an easy and delicious twist on this classic snack, check out these jalapeno popper crescent rolls from How To This And That.
The whole recipe comes together in your kitchen in just 25 minutes, starting with your favorite premade crescent rolls. And in just under a half an hour, you’ll end up with these cheesy, buttery, spicy and creamy delights that will have everyone begging you for the recipe.
A word of caution from How To This and That: When working with jalapenos, it’s important to be careful about the oils inside, which can cause painful burning if they get under your nails or in your eyes. Some people choose to wear gloves when cooking with jalapenos to prevent these kinds of accidents.
When it comes to the level of heat in your finished product, you can adjust to fit your personal preference. If you like a little heat, feel free to leave some seeds in. If you like your poppers more on the mild side, scrape out the jalapenos very well and rinse them, too.
They also write that it’s easiest to work with softened cream cheese, so leave it out at room temperature for a while to bring it to the appropriate consistency.
In the end, you’ll end up with delicious poppers that are a bit lighter than your traditional poppers, as these bite-sized snacks are baked rather than fried.
Looking for even more innovative ways to enjoy jalapeno poppers? Jalapeno popper hot dogs are a great way to make use of your grill this summer. Top them with mustard or feel free to get creative with different dipping sauces.
And how about this totally delectable jalapeno popper cheeseball? Once the bacon is cooked, it takes just 15 minutes to throw together this super-impressive recipe. Serve it up with crackers, pita chips or a toasted baguette.
How do you like your jalapeno poppers?