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Jalapeno Popper Dip

Jalapeno Popper Dip

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I had been coming across this recipe for jalapeno popper dip on sites like Big Red Kitchen for a while and I had just been itching to try it. I really like jalapeno poppers and this dip has all of the elements that make jalapeno poppers so good, from the jalapenos to the cream cheese and cheddar cheese to the crunchy bread crumb crust. With the temex kick that I have been on lately it was the perfect time to try this dip out. The jalapeno popper dip was easy to make and the results were great! I increased the amount of jalapenos and added some fresh jalapenos for even more jalapeno flavour and heat. The dip was nice and warm and gooey and oh so tasty! I really enjoyed the spicy cheesy dip and its crunchy topping and I will definitely be making it again. I served the jalapeno popper dip with lime tortilla chips for dipping.

Jalapeno Popper Dip

A hot cheesy dip inspired by the flavours of jalapeno peppers with a crunchy panko bread crumb topping.

Servings: makes 4 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Printable Recipe
Ingredients
  • 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 1/2 cup parmigiano reggiano (parmesan), grated
  • 1 (4 ounce) can sliced jalapenos (pickled), drained
  • 2 jalapeno peppers, chopped (optional)
  • 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs
  • 1/4 cup parmigiano reggiano (parmesan), grated
Directions
  1. Mix the cream cheese, mayonnaise, cheddar cheese, parmigiano reggiano and jalapenos in a bowl and pour into a baking dish.
  2. Mix the panko bread crumbs and parmigiano reggiano and sprinkle over the dip.
  3. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until the sides are bubbling and the cheese cheese has melted and turned golden brown on top, about 20 minutes.

Slow Cooker: Mix everything except the panko, place it in the slow cooker and cook until the cheese is nice and melted about 1-2 hours on high or 2-4 hours on low. Toast the panko and sprinkle it on top just before serving.

Tip: Add crumbled bacon for the bacon wrapped jalapeno popper version!

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195 comments:

MaryBeth said...

Sounds spicy but yet at the same time it looks really good...

unconfidentialcook said...

So totally up my alley...with a giant margarita! Yum...

VeggieGirl said...

Mmmm love spice!!

Helene said...

What a great dip, next party I know what I'm bringing.

Melissa said...

My mom makes this all the time now. It's great!!

YummyMangoTango said...

Oh my word! That looks delicious!

danamccauley said...

Fun party idea! I wonder what this mixture would be like to blend with the insides of a stuffed baked potato? I can see it served with chili ladled over top. Yum!

Cyndi said...

This looks incredible! I think I will try this!

dailydulcie said...

Oh WOW! I'm obsessed with jalapenos & basically anything spicy!

I need to make this soonly :)

BMK said...

Looks great! I'm definitely saving this one for football season.

ttfn300 said...

wow, great take on the traditional popper :)

Culinary Wannabe said...

This looks amazing!! I am a total dip fiend, and it's always such a hit with guests.

Dana Treat said...

My neighbor makes a dip which she calls "crack dip" because it is so addictive. This looks even better.

Chris said...

Love the picture, especially with the lonely pepper in the back!

Nina Timm said...

You are killing me with these dips, Kevin!!!! As usual a winner!!!!

Deseree said...

Another great recipe Kevin! Jalapeno poppers are one of my greatest weakness, this looks to die for.

Donna-FFW said...

Looks absolutely fantastic, as usual! I'll be toting this somewhere shortly, Im sure!

Amanda said...

Spicy cheese yumtastic!

Foodess said...

Great idea! Looks creamy and gooey and delicious!

Jan said...

Pass me one of those tortilla chips right now. This looks super scrum, Kevin.

lisa (dandysugar) said...

Looks great! I love the spice! What a perfect pastry dish.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What a tempting dip!

Cheers,

Rosa

Kirby! said...

I love jalapeno poppers!!! Sometimes I try to pretend like I'm too good for them because they're usually served at places like Chili's and Friday's, but you can't deny how tasty they are. And what a creative idea to make it into a dip!

Bellini Valli said...

Sounds perfect to me Kevin:D

Not Another Omnivore said...

Woah! That looks absolutely amazing! Although to me most things with jalapenos look absolutely amazing...

NAOmni

Dawn said...

That looks so darn good! I remember seeing that before too.
I love her recipes.

Natashya said...

That sounds so good! Perfect weekend fare.

Culinary Cory said...

I was just thinking about making Jalapeno poppers the other day. Maybe I will shift gears and make this dip instead. Looks great.

lisaiscooking said...

This is a perfect snack to have while watching the basketball tournament!

Debbie said...

I love the spices! Looks so good and I love the idea of serving it with lime tortilla chips.

Elra said...

Oh wow, what a delicious dip Kevin. I love the panko and parmessan topping too.
Cheers,
elra

Hayley said...

You always have the best dip recipes, so I'm sure this is a winner. Thanks Kevin!

Kelly said...

Oh that is making me hungry! I think I may have that with dinner tonight. Looks like I'm cooking Tex-mex! Thanks for posting this! Really.

Netts Nook said...

Kevin: I need a drink sounds great I can't wait to try.

The Food Hunter said...

Sounds great. I love poppers and this is a great twist on a classic.

Resveritol said...

I love a spicy dip and agree with a margarhita comment ;)

Leah said...

This looks amazing. Jalapeño poppers are my very favorite pub grub appetizer thingy.

Nice job.

:D

L

oneshotbeyond said...

I would LOVE it. I will save this one for next time I have a get together.

Mary Ellen said...

Wow, I think I would love this! Nice job.

nick said...

I think the only way you could've made me want to eat this more would have been to show up at my apartment with it piping hot in hand.

Miss Tish said...

OMG.....looks soooooo good!!!! Will definitely try this one!

Marti said...

Kevin,

Do you think this would work with fresh jalapenos?

I love the flavor of peppers, but I think I'd rather use fresh so I can remove the seeds. That way, I'll get more flavor, but less heat.

Yes/no/maybe?

Cheryl said...

I love poppers! this looks delish!

Jennifer said...

How do you stay thin with all the great food you make? ;0)

My sister in law makes a similar artichoke dip. I hate everything in it separately, like mayonnaise, sour cream, artichokes, but once that baby gets baked, I can't get enough!!

Lisa said...

The hotter the better I say. Thanks for posting yet another fabulous dip recipe.

Allen of EOL said...

A nice cold beer and this dip sounds like the perfect evening!

George said...

Oh hey now...this looks great, can't wait to try it.

Diana said...

Mmm lime tortilla chips -- I'd completely forgotten about those! Used to wreck serious havoc on those bags in college...

Katie said...

Yum Yum and more Yum. This looks great!

duodishes.com said...

Sounds all good. Love jalapenos! Wonder if we could come up with a recipe for homemade lime tortilla chips...?

Gloria said...

Kevin I love this type of dishes, yummy!,Yummy!!!! xxGloria

Robin Sue said...

You sure do have good taste when it comes to picking great recipes! Glad you liked it. Love the photo and thanks for the link.

Bobby said...

This dip looks delicious. I would love to make this for a snack sometime.

Kevin said...

Marti: Yes this will work with fresh jalapenos. I added some to mine as well for a boost in flavour and heat.

Chelle said...

This dip sounds spectacular! Perfect for football season :)

Susan said...

Looks fabulous and so much easier than seeding, stuffing and frying the little devils.

Maki said...

Wow, your blog is just amazing! I love the Mexican stuff, I made up a Pico de Gallo just today for lunch! Now that i know your site i'll look for your delicious recipes very often !!!

PS: I own a food blog too (since a couple of weeks, lol), in Italian. Take a look if you want :D

Karen said...

Wow, you've been on a real Mex food kick! Everything looks great... mex food is one of my favorites :)

Jeph said...

Oh man Kevin, you are KILLING me with all the great food lately!!! I love Chipotles as well - and I've had a hard time getting the lime/cilantro rice just right - but like you, I've just added some lime juice and fresh chopped cilantro (and maybe a little olive oil to try and spread the flavors a little more uniformly?).

And now this popper dip? YUM! I just planted seeds for two different green varieties of jalapenos PLUS purple jalapenos for this summers garden! I'm sure I'll be making this stuff with homegrown spice this summer...

Thanks for all the great entries!

Justin Schwartz said...

i definitely want to eat this

Spryte said...

That is my kinda dip!

Olga said...

Haven't had those poppers in ages. The dip looks great!

Julie said...

Oh my that looks yummy. I'm a bit of a weenie when it comes to spicy things, but I would try to overcome in this situation :)

Pomegranate said...

almost everything i like is on this recipe, i'm gonna try this one. it looks good :)

Mochachocolata Rita said...

I love the idea...although my waistline can't really afford this delicious dip :)

RecipeGirl said...

I MUST try this one. WOW!

Eliza28 said...

Just what I was looking for! :)

Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer said...

This looks incredible and your timing is perfect as we are planning a family party for my Dad's 80th and the them is Mexican / Texas comfort food!! {{adding to menu}}
Cheers

Kelly said...

I made this last night and it is CRAZY GOOD!

Colleen said...

I've made something similar to this - so good!

Amy said...

I saw this recipe over there too. I put it on my to make list. Your looks great!

Mrs. L said...

This is so right up my alley. Love the sound of this and must make this soon!

Bridgett said...

I love all the flavors here. Spicy is always a plus!

mary said...

Kevin, you are killing me with all your delicious looking dips. i'm going to have to try this one too.

heidileon said...

never heard of it! I certainly must gve it a try, too bad I cannot find any fresh jalapenos in Shanghai!!

ChichaJo said...

Jalapeno poppers used to be my favorite movie snack...I say used to be because they have completely stopping selling them here! So you can imagine my delight seeing this recipe! Thank you!!!

Carolyn said...

Oh wow - poppers are a rare and (until now) secret indulgence of this natural foods enthusiast. This is going to be my first favorited picture on Tastespotting, and possibly dinner tomorrow night. :)

Nicisme said...

Oooh, interesting.
Actually it looks fantastic!

Anonymous said...

This very good. I chopped the jalapenos before adding them and made bruschetta instead of using tortilla chips. Mmmmmmmm ...... (that's from my ds) =)

Jaime said...

what a great, cheesy dip! yum!

Michelle said...

What a fantastic idea for a dip! I love jalapeno poppers, but they're a bit "involved" to make for just me. However, I can totally get behind a dip!

Anonymous said...

This was a really good dip and it was extremely easy to make! I served it with Stacy's pita chips (love those chips).

Mary and Sean said...

Hi Kevin,

I made this dip and took it to a party last night. It was gone in about 5 minutes and during the speeches, I was even honored for bringing it...amazing. Thank you!

on a side note, have you ever made cheese? I just posted about trying...fun, but hard!

Kevin said...

Mary and Sean: I have made paneer but that's about it. It does sound like it would be fun to try making some other cheeses.

Timeless Gourmet said...

Oh My.....I missed this one on previous visits to your site - so glad I saw it today because it looks fantastic! Great idea, thanks!

The Pettits said...

So, I made this popper dip last weekend for my twin brother in law's birthday. All I have to say is that the dip was the main topic of the night! No joke!! I got countless compliments for making it. :) It wasn't too spicy so the whole crowd could enjoy it. Making it tomorrow night for a 4th of July get together!! Thanks Kevin!!! xo

Ehme said...

I made a double batch of this for a 4th of July BBQ and it was gone in 10 minutes. I always want to make everything you post. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I've made this dip twice now and everyone loves it. I like that the recipe calls for actual chili peppers...love that kick! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Someone brought this to a potluck at work and it was delicious!!! I LOVED this so much I had to google the recipe!!! Everyone should try this!!!

Dina said...

wow my dad loves jalapeno poppers. i am going to make this for him some time! it looks delicious. your photos are great!

Anonymous said...

I made this for a birthday party and it was amazing, everyone raved about it and asked for the recipe! I will definitely make this again -- yum!!

Amy J said...

Can't wait to try this.

Deanna said...

I made this dip last night and it was fantastic, especially with the lime tortillas!

Karen said...

I made this for a football tailgate game...it was a huge hit!! Everyone said it tasted like the real thing :) a big crowd pleaser.

Carolyn said...

Kevin, I've been meaning to report back on this for months. I brought it to a party a while back, and it was a raging success. People met because they were crowding around the bowl. Numbers were exchanged. Perhaps someday marriages will be consummated. :) Thanks for the recipe!

Jackie said...

I made this last weekend and it was to die for. So delicious. I made it with slices of jalapenos that I found at Trader Joe's and it turned out awesome.

Dawn Black said...

Anxious to try this as the first time I did I used Rachael Ray's recipe and just found it to be bland. Will let you know how I like yours. It sounds yummy. Off to the store to get the ingredients.

x-ry-z said...

hey by canned jalapeno slices, did you mean pickled jalapeno slices?

I'm about to make this and I just want to make sure I have what I need.

Kevin said...

x-ry-z: Yes, I mean pickled. I have clarified the recipe. Thanks for pointing that out!

Angela said...

Kevin, do you think this'll still be good with only cheddar cheese and not the parmesan?

Kevin said...

Angela: You could easily skip the parmesan or replace it with another cheese.

The Stoner Gourmand said...

this looks amazing! I have so many jalapenos in my freezer left over from the summer...I can make it over and over again!

Anonymous said...

I made this last night to bring to a New Year's Eve party. Everyone loved it and it pretty much disappeared. I did not put in the optional pepper or put on bread crumbs. I added a tiny pinch of red pepper flakes and some salt and pepper. Yum. It was actually quite mild and very flavorful. The lime tortilla chips also went very well. Thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

This dip is so friggin good. Make some sliders and dollop a spoonful of this stuff on the burgers. I suggest slipping on a 2nd pair of undies before giving this a whirl because it's so good you'll probably crap yourself. worth it.

Marina said...

I made a few revisions to this great dip. I used sour cream instead of mayo (I'm not a huge mayo fan, so I went with sour cream) and I chopped the jalapeno slices. I chopped the slices because I want there to be jalapenos in every bite, and I found that using whole slices, you didn't get jalapenos with every scoop. I will be bringing this to a superbowl party next month! great stuff!

Jenn & Cardy said...

I made this dip for a party we had last weekend. Loved it! Probably one of the best dips I've ever had. Our small group polished it off so fast I was wishing I had doubled the recipe. I can't wait to make this again soon!

Sarah Malcom Photography said...

I am eating this now and it is awesome! Can't remember how I found your blog but it is great. Thank you!

Sonia said...

Hey there Kevin,
Just wanted to say thanks so much for all the delicious recipes. I have followed your blog for quite some time and every time you post something new it looks positively mouth-watering. I made this dip along with the cheesy bean dip yesterday for the Jets/Colts game and this one definitely came out on top! The only thing I changed was to mix a little olive oil with the panko/parm topping to ensure it got nice and golden.
I'll be making this recipe for years to come. Thank a million!

S. Carney said...

I made this for a Superbowl party this weekend and it was so popular! Thanks Kevin!

BestBonnieBakes said...

I love this dip! It is a party favorite everytime I make it. I started my own blog and I added this recipe and borrowed your picture. I hope that's ok! You were my inspiration to start my own blog. Thank you!

Doug said...

I made this dip for a celebration at work today. HUGE success. I made a double match but would have been ok making a triple. Everyone raved about it and wanted the recipe. Awesome flavor and will certainly be made again for parties in the future.

Laura Dale said...

I made this after seeing it on your blog and my guests LOVED IT! Thanks for the post.

katiem030 said...

I've been wanting to make this for over a year now. I finally made it last night and it was super, super yummy! I think that the Panko bread crumb topping makes it like real poppers, but without the fuss of stuffing and frying them.
I will definitely make it again. The only thing I will change is to chop the pickled jalapenos.

Pattie @ Olla Podrida said...

Wonderful! Something else I can do with my bumper crop of jalapeno peppers. This looks delish!

Anonymous said...

OMG!!! this was the best dip I have ever had! I shared the recipe with my facebook friends! thanks so much! I will be bringing the dip with me this thanksgiving. I'm sure it will be "gobbled up" in no time!

Nisha said...

Delicious!! I made this for a party last week! I used a half bottle of jalapenos instead, and followed the rest of the recipe. It tastes exactly liked the inside of a popper! Crowd favorite! Thanks Kevin!

NuM NuM said...

YUM-OH! My new favorite dip - I almost ate the entire batch myself. Added more jalapenos for extra spice. Thanks so much

Ty Bolton said...

I can't wait to try this dip. I love everything about it.

Darlene said...

Made this dip for New Year's and it's absolutely as good as it looks. This is so rich and jalapeno jot! Just a bite here and there is all you can take! I've had poppers with raspberry jelly on the side and found myself hankering for some to go along with the dip. Thanks, Kevin!

Sarah Malcom Photography said...

This dip has become a house favorite...thank you!

Anonymous said...

Made it. LOVE IT. Nuff said.

Elizabeth M.

MD Knight said...

Making this for tonight's Black and Yellow SupahBowl party. Your site is a always a must visit along with the biggies like Epicurious and FoodTv.

Anonymous said...

Made this today - a definite crowd pleaser!!!!

adventures of a spouse said...

Made this for the superbowl yesterday - HUGE hit! Thank you :)

Lysa said...

Will you marry me?
Haha j/k, this looks amazing.
Check my food-blog-thingy, maybe you'll get inspiration as I have gleaned from yours! http://smilebelly.tumblr.com/

Laura Jeanne said...

These look delicious. I have to say I am addiceted to spice these days and I have made popper dip before but I love how these are individuals and they look so tasty. I will have to save your recipe and try them again.
ahealthyjalapeno.com
yumm. Thanks :)

The Engling's said...

I was so excited when I saw this recipe! I was a little skeptical, but was SO amazed by the likeness to a real jalapeno popper, plus it's super easy to make! Very easy to double and make spicier if need be, LOVE IT!

Hawna said...

Marry me?

Greta said...

I first came across your blog two months ago. I've made this dip for three gatherings and it's always a hit! I did not have cheddar to add to the batch I made last night, so I subbed pepper jack. For a little sweetness and smokiness, I also added half of a bell pepper I had previously roasted on the grill; next time I will roast the jalapenos too. And I looove the idea of smearing some of this on a burger. :p

Thanks so much for posting this!

Dzynmkr said...

I made this for our Fourth of July gathering yesterday and it was fabulous! Rave reviews! I agree this would be great on a burger as well. I'm so glad I found your blog and I'm enjoying your take on these dishes. Visit me at http://www.dzynmkr.blogspot.com

Amy J. and Tiffanie A. said...

Oh my gosh this looks PHENOMENAL! I love jalapeno poppers I can only imagine how much I am going to love this dip!! We saw you on pinterest and we are your newest followers!!

Love,

Amy & Tiff

http://chickswholovetoeat.blogspot.com/

DebbieSummers said...

I made this last week...

AMAZING!

Jeff said...

My girlfriend has made this several times based on your recipe. We refer to it as "friendship dip" because it has made her very popular at social gatherings and other occasions where we bring it as our contribution.

Sweet Life Laur said...

I just made this and it was AMAZING! Thank you!

Mel said...

awesome dip....mine turned out a little too greasy....I might try low fat cheddar cheese next time...

Suzi said...

Wow, what a great dip, love the spice. I see this is a very old post but I just found your site and am browsing. It's Great!

Mara @ Super Savings said...

I just made this for our Housewarming Party on Saturday and it was fantastic!! Everyone loved it and it was so simple.

My only change was that I forgot about putting the topping on until it was done cooking, so I added it and put it under the broiler for a minute to brown.....except that I forgot that it was in there and completely charred the topping!

I ended up just scraping it off and serving as it was - still amazing!! Thanks so much for sharing -- this will certainly be on regular rotation!

~ Mara @ Super Savings

p.s. here's my blog post where I raved and recommended the recipe -- http://supersavingsblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/housewarming-party-better-late-than.html

madebyKarla said...

You're a genius! I'm trying this ASAP! Thanks for sharing!

. said...

I made this dip for our family appetizer contest at Christmas and WON 1'st PLACE!!!! This is a great dip. Love the crunchy topping. Thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

This is such a yummy dip! Its become my go to dip! Its easy to make and gets rave reviews.. Ive been asked for the recipe both times I made it! Thanks for sharing it!

Faith said...

I used these ingredient ratios, but tossed them into my Lil Dipper crock pot and let it do it's thing. When it was at the desired temp and everything melted, I sprinkled it with breadcrumbs. SO GOOD!! Thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

My hubby and I made this the other day! It was really good. He made a joke "it reminds me of jalapeno poppers!" Obviously, he LOVED it and made a stupid joke to prove it. I think I would add more cheddar since I love cheesy goodness. Thank you for sharing!

Christina said...

I made this for New Years Eve and it was SO DELICIOUS! I used an 8oz jar of pickled jalapenos (no fresh peppers) because that's what I had on hand, and I wanted it to be nice and hot. It was even better than an actual jalapeno popper. My husband and I polished off the whole dip in one night! I can't wait to make it again!

Anonymous said...

Awesome dip! Made it tonight for the Super Bowl party and it was a hit!

Anonymous said...

if i prepare this dip the night before (without the panko breadcrumbs), will the heat ;evel increase since the jalepenos will have time to sit in the cheese?

Kevin said...

Anonymous: Good idea! The heat from the jalapenos should have a chance to permeate to the cheesy dip around them overnight.

Becky said...

I can't believe how much this actually tastes like a jalapeno popper. I doubled the recipe and took to a Superbowl party, and it was a huge hit. I LOVE THIS!

Anonymous said...

I got this recipe after tasting it at a New Year's Eve party. Made it myself (doubled everything) last weekend for a family birthday celebration. It was the first thing gone! I now have an easy, delicious dip for home or for taking to potlucks! I love it because it not only tastes amazing, but it's so easy to moderate the spiciness depending on who will be eating it. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!

Hilary said...

I made this recipe and took it over to a friend's house for an evening in with drinks... WOW. Tasted just like a popper and everyone went crazy for it. Creamy and cheesy with just the right amount of heat. The topping was also delicious. Can't wait to make it again!

denise said...

made this for birthday party.... delicious.... will make again & again & again... winner

Mindy said...

Made this for the first time for our Super Bowl party and it was a huge hit. Plan on making it again tonight... just because!

Mindy said...

Made this for the first time for our Super Bowl party and it was a huge hit! Making it again tonight... just because.

Anonymous said...

This was fabulous! Made it pretty much exactly as directed with one exception. I chopped up and rendered until crisp about 6 slices of bacon. It added a wonderful smoke flavour to the dip. It was the most popular item on the buffet table by far!! Thanks for a terrific recipe!

Kevin said...

Anonymous: Bacon makes everything better and it would go really well in this already decadent dip! :)

Elisabeth said...

This might sound like a silly question, but do you put the entire can of jalapenos in, or just the jalapenos themselves?

Kevin said...

Elisabeth: Just the drained jalapenos.

Nana said...

I just finished tasting this. It is addictive! The only change I made was I used 2 oz of green chiles & 2 oz of pickled jalapenos (chopped).

Maliha Sassin said...

Your blog is one of the best blogs.
I would like to come back again.
I am sure of that you are also glad to help every other.
Thank you for sharing!
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Unknown said...

Made this for a shower yesterday and it was probably the most popular dish there - I thought it might be too spicy, but ALL age groups loved it and it was devoured. I will be making this over and over again - thank you!

Anonymous said...

I made this tonight for a 4th of July party, it was a hit! Everyone loved it.

Christin said...

I made this last night and it was SPICY but delicious. I might have used a little too much jalapeno. May try canned chopped chiles next time. Yum!

ACinCbus said...

Is this best served piping hot out of the oven or would it also be good served cold the next day at a potluck? We have a microwave at work. Would it be a good idea to warm it up?

Kevin said...

ACinCbus: This dip is definitely best served hot and you could use the microwave to reheat it. Enjoy!

MadeByAPrincess said...

Loved the dip! Thanks so much for sharing. I added your link to my blog post today...http://www.madebyaprincessblog.com/2012/07/party-food-jalapeno-popper-dip.html. Huge hit and will definitely be making again.

Arty Alvarado said...

I love jalapeno-flavored foods

Anonymous said...

Has anyone put this in a crockpot? I was wondering how long to cook it for in the crockpot.

Kevin said...

Anonymous: Yes you can make this in a crockpot and you just need to cook it until it is bubbling on the sides.

Anonymous said...

If I was to take this to a tailgate party would you just serve it cold? It is an hour away so I could bake it before I leave and serve it warmish?

Kevin said...

Anonymous: It is better warm but warmish works. If you have cooler or other insulating container you could use that to keep more warmth in it.

Maria Kellner said...

This is so yummy that we double the recipe

Anonymous said...

Love making it for football games its the best :)

Anonymous said...

do you scoop out the seeds in the fresh jalapenos or just chop them up seeds and all?

Kevin said...

Anonymous: You can leave the seeds in if you really like hot or you remove them to reduce the heat.

Bee said...

Incredibly Delish!!

Gwendolyn said...

we made this for my son's super hero birthday party. You know POPper dip?! Grin. It was a HIT!!! Thanks so much for the recipe. We are soooo making this again.

The food we made for the party including your dip is here: http://notyournormalsteam.wordpress.com/2012/09/30/cant-have-a-superhero-training-camp-without-food/

Anonymous said...

Recently just discovered your blog. Can't wait to try some of these recipes. Can you make this dip ahead of time and bake it before your guests arrive?

Roxanne said...

I made this dip for football on Sunday and it was gone in minutes! Will make again only double or triple the recipe!

Kevin said...

Anonymous: Yes, you can make this dip ahead of time and bake it just before you are ready to serve it.

Shaun Nansel Whipple said...

I make this every time we have a party and it's always a huge hit! People ask for it to be brought! I double the recipe and leave out fresh jalapeños. I normally use a 1/3 of the can but today I used a whole can! Yum!

Anonymous said...

Got enough cheese in there? Holy Shit!

Marji Anderson said...

I've been making this dip for about a year. It has become my go to dip that everyone requests and loves. Thanks so much for such a yummy recipe!

Anonymous said...

If you use fresh jalapenos, and remove the seeds, it takes away the spicey flavor.

Kevin said...

Anonymous: If you like the heat like I do, leave the seed in, otherwise you can make it milder by removing them first. Keep in mind that the cheese will temper the spicy heat.

Anonymous said...

you guys are weird but the dip sounds great

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful, great for Super Bowl!

Anonymous said...

Can you use regular bread crumbs? I am not sure if I have ever heard of panko bread crumbs!

Kevin said...

Anonymous: I do not think that regular breadcrumbs would get nice and crispy like the panko breadcrumbs. This dip is great without the topping as well so I would probably skip it if I could not get panko breadcrumbs.

JK said...

Wasn't that spicy, which was great as my friends aren't into anything that's too hot. I love hot and spicy. They basically devoured the whole thing. It was a huge hit. Thanks! Going to try your bacon cheeseburger dip next.

What a Dish! said...

This was DELICIOUS!!! My husband and I just sat around eating this for "dinner" tonight, because I was really itching to try this recipe. I can't get cans of jalapenos here so I just used a few ounces from a jar of pickled ones. I left out the fresh. So good!

Anonymous said...

I made this and it came out so good i closed my eyes and pretened i was the Queen of England too good to Eat it but turned out to be a Hit with my Guest .

amyl nz said...

Poppers were my favorite late night (or any time really) snack in my pre-vegan days. The jalapeno garlic havarti is the only vegan cheese that I like! This is the best recipe EVER!

Nicole C. said...

I made this today for an app at my family's Thanksgiving dinner. everyone loved it! Thanks for a great recipe. The only thing I'll change is less jalapeno but thats only because I am the type of person who prefers not alot of spice.

Kevin Lynch said...

Nicole C.: Glad you enjoyed it!

Anonymous said...

Where's the bacon?

Anonymous said...

Made this today for superbowl buffet table and it was a hit!!!!!!!

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