These are the Crispiest Baked Jalapeno Poppers! Using Panko Bread Crumbs and Prosciutto makes every bite crunch. Check out the video to see just how easy these are.
Last day of the year! I can’t believe it’s here already!
To send 2015 out in style, we’re cooking up all of the yummiest appetizers we can think of tonight. These Jalapeno Poppers were my sister’s top request for the festivities and we came up with a recipe that will knock your socks off!
I’ve made a lot of baked jalapeno poppers, and they are good, but my issue is that they tend to be too chewy. I think it’s normally the bacon, which just doesn’t get quite crispy enough in popper recipes. But if you’re like me and you enjoy a really crispy, crunchy jalapeno popper, then this is the recipe.
Instead of bacon, I wrapped these jalapeno poppers with prosciutto, which tastes a lot like bacon but is thinner and gets very crispy in a short amount of time. I stuffed it with a seasoned blend of cream cheese and sharp cheddar for an oozy gooey cheesy center. And to really ensure that these jalapeno poppers would have a proper crunch like their fried counterparts, I topped them with a blend of cheesy panko bread crumbs. And voila – we have the Crispiest Baked Jalapeno Poppers!
And just so we’re very clear on how easy it will be to make these Crispiest Baked Jalapeno Poppers, my sister and I whipped up a quick video here.
These are a cinch to make and will be everyone’s favorite appetizer at the party tonight!
Get these crispy, cheesy poppers ready to ring in the New Year! 2016 is going to be a good one.
Crispiest Baked Jalapeno Poppers (Video)
Sarah and Laura @ Wandercooks says
Well these look amazing! Love the added video as well, so simple, quick and effective. Would love to give these a go one day. Great photography too!
Thanks! We had fun making the video! Hope you try these and like them. 🙂
Kathi @ LaughingSpatula says
What a fabulous recipe and I am sooo impressed with your video. I have always wanted to do one but no idea how to start! Would you eve consider posting a tutorial?
Thank you so much Kathi! I’m still just getting the hang of this video thing myself, but it’s a lot easier than I thought it would be. I will definitely consider posting a tutorial. I did this whole video with my phone – even edited it on the phone too!
Hubby loves all things jalapeno, I must try these! They look delish!
Thanks Emme – hope the hubby likes these!
These look great and love the video!
Yummy! Can these be frozen for later use? Either before or after baking?
I haven’t tried freezing them yet. If you froze them before baking, however, it seems like they’d be fine. Let me know if you try it! Thanks!
I am SO impressed with your video! It’s perfect description of your recipe and fun to watch. Thanks! Now I can’t wait to make these with our roasting peppers!
Thanks Diane! Still just a newbie with the videos so your comment was so nice to see. 🙂
These jalapeno poppers look incredible! I’ll be trying these asap!
Thanks Paige – hope you guys love them too!
These look scrumptious! I really like the idea of baking them instead of frying them….. Great idea! (And your photos are fantastic!! )
Thanks Michele! These were so good baked that I don’t think we’ll go back to the fried ones again.
AiPing | Curious Nut says
Oh my oh my oh my…. I love my peppers… and these poppers look too good to pass up.
Thank you! Hope you like them!
Kathryn @ FoodieGirlChicago says
I love the addition of prosciutto to these poppers. They look delicious!