These Loaded Bacon Jalapeno Deviled Eggs are the perfect picnic appetizer. Bacon, cheese, and bits of spicy peppers give the egg filling such a great taste and texture.
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Right after we moved to Texas we were invited over for dinner from a couple in the church. When we got there they had appetizers ready for us to eat before having dinner. One of the appetizers were smoked jalapeños filled with cheese and wrapped in bacon. My husband went nuts over them!
These peppers were very similar to these bacon ranch grilled jalapeños that we did a few years ago. Bacon wrapped around the outside made these a little different.
Can you guess what my husband has been making and eating on the weekends? You got it. Jalapeños (and mushrooms) are now his favorite thing to make on the grill. Smoked mushrooms and peppers stuffed with cheese do make a pretty tasty dinner.
I’m sure you are wondering why I am going on and on about jalapeños when there are deviled eggs staring at you. Since Father’s Day (and 4th of July) is coming up, I decided to take the same flavors from my husband’s favorite appetizer and add it to an egg filling. (It kind of reminded me of this roasted red pepper and bacon egg salad.)
Deviled eggs are a must at our picnics and dinners. Is is that way with your picnics too? Most of the time I am a big fan of the plain eggs, but adding bacon and cheese was a good idea. Eggs loaded with those ingredients are definitely man-friendly. I have all the food groups a man loves covered, right?
I am so thankful for a husband that loves our family so much. He is such a great role model for our kids and for me to follow. We are blessed to have him be part of our life!
A few tips for making these loaded bacon jalapeno deviled eggs:
- Buy eggs a week or two before making them. They peel better after cooking, if they are older.
- Chill the eggs in cold water right away to stop them from cooking.
- Cut the eggs sideways, instead of longways. The filling is hearty, and the eggs will hold up better this way.
- Slice off a tiny ring on the bottom of each egg cut, so they stand up by themselves.
- Use a spoon to pile the egg filling in.
- Top each egg with some smoked paprika and a pickled jalapeño slice, just to make it pretty.
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