Bacon Wrapped & Cream Cheese Stuffed- Jalapeno Poppers with Raspberry Sauce

Bacon Wrapped & Cream Cheese Stuffed- Jalapeno Poppers with Raspberry Sauce




20 min


20 min


large jalapeno peppers 10
cream cheese-I use low-fat. 8 oz.
bacon 10 pieces
frozen or fresh raspberries 1/2 cup
apricot jelly 1/2 cup


frozen or fresh raspberries 1/2 cup
apricot jelly 1/2 cup

This is by far, my most requested recipe. It hits all of your tastes buds-spicy, creamy, salty, smoky, and sweet. This is a recipe for 4 people, but it can very easily be doubled or tripled for events. The poppers can also be made in advance and cooked right before serving.

  1. Wash and dry peppers.
  2. Cut peppers in half. I don’t wear gloves, but DO NOT TOUCH YOUR FACE!
  3. Use a spoon to scrap our the seed.
  4. Use a spoon to stuff the peppers with cream cheese.
  5. Cut the bacon in half and wrap it around the peppers. Leave the end of the bacon on the bottom of the pepper so it stays wrapped while cooking.
  6. At this point you can refrigerate the poppers until you want to cook them or you can cook them.
  7. You can cook these on a grill pan with the grill at about 400 degrees or in a 400 degree oven. I usually use my baking stone.
  8. Cook poppers for 20-25 minutes or until the bacon is done to your liking.

While the poppers are cooking, you can make the sauce.

Red Raspberry Sauce

  1. Place apricot jelly and raspberries in a bowl.
  2. Microwave for 20 seconds.
  3. Stir and mash up the berries slightly.


Get the biggest peppers you can find.


Scrap out seeds with a spoon.


Use a spoon to stuff the poppers with cream cheese.

Try to get bacon with least amount of fat that you can find. Cut it in half.

Half a piece of bacon fits perfectly around half of a pepper. No toothpicks required!

This sauce is super easy and adds a cooling sweetness to the poppers.




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    Tracy Dominguez 7 years ago

    Best memories eating this friend traditional recipe!!! Awesome balance between spicy jalapeño, salty bacon and SWEET SWEET berry dip. Have copied (though never the same) and still a hit at every party/gathering. Priceless addition to any family/friend get together!!

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    Julie 7 years ago

    Great recipe. I’ve been looking for something to make for a dinner party this weekend. And it looks like I just found it! Looks delicious. Can’t wait to make.

  3. Oooh my stepdad makes jalapeno poppers just like this – so delicious!

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    Shannon 6 years ago

    What are the ingredient quantities for the Raspberry Sauce?

    • I’m so sorry that’s not on there. Thank you for letting me know so i can fix it. I usually do equal parts of jelly to raspberries. I like a a lot of suace. 1/4 cup jelly and 1/4 cup raspberries works out just about perfect!

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