Jalapeño Poppers 3 Ways

The origins of the jalapeño popper are a bit of a mystery, with most foodies agreeing that they’re likely an American version of the Mexican dish, chile relleno. One thing we can all agree on is that stuffed jalapeños are present on many appetizer menus. They’re also a staple at many football tailgates. So here are three ways to serve these bite-sized spicy treats with Pretzel Crisps® at your next football viewing party to kick up your snack spread!

Jalapeño Poppers

Thin slivers of peppers on each Pretzel Crisps® bring a bit of spicy to these appetizers, and whipped cream cheese blended with garlic powder and dried herbs guarantee you’ll want to try “just one more.” These are perfect for those who want to turn down the heat and turn up the flavor.

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Jalapeño Popper Dip

If you like your dips creamy and chunky, this jalapeño popper dip is for you. Bits of crispy bacon and jalapeño peppers blended into melted cheeses and sour cream is what we call having the best of both worlds. Of course, it’s best scooped with your favorite flavor of Pretzel Crisps®.

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Jalapeño Pretzel Crisps® Poppers

This recipe takes the traditional jalapeño poppers ingredients of jalapeño peppers, cream cheese, and bacon, and injects even more heat with dollops of jalapeño jelly. No frying necessary; just spread, stack, and enjoy!

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