Jalapeno popper chicken loaded with three types of cheese, fresh jalapeno slices, and crispy bacon. This delicious meal will be a family favorite dish!
Jalapeno Popper Chicken
All the same delicious flavors of stuffed jalapenos but instead of little bite size appetizers the cheesy layer covers baked chicken!
Creamy and rich with lots of texture from the topping and packed with flavor from the cheeses and peppers. You are going to love this hearty dish!
I picked this recipe from Brandi’s collection over at Aunt Bee’s Recipes to share for the Fall FREAKY FRIDAY blog hop reveal that I participate in.
The last recipe I made for FF was this Bucatini with Sausage and Kale that my family devoured and it’s now one of of favorite pasta dishes. This Jalapeño Popper Chicken recipe became an instant hit too!
Recipe blog hop!
The premise of Freaky Friday is similar to the Disney movie. Have you seen it? It’s a comedy about a mom and her teenage daughter switching places so they can walk in each other’s shoes.
Talk about a freak-out! It’s a funny family movie that I can watch over and over again.
Freaky Friday for bloggers is a lot of FUN. We poke around each other’s site and make one recipe of our choice, which is the most difficult part of FF especially when there are so many amazing recipes to choose from!
Brandi is a wife and mama of two young kiddos. Her kitchen is always busy and lucky for us she shares her favorite dishes over at Aunt Bee’s Recipes!
Jalapeno popper chicken with bacon!
If you aren’t following her already you need to. You won’t be disappointed with her delicious family recipes. There are so many to choose from that are all drool-worthy, so be prepared to spend to time going though her recipe catalog.
This Low Carb Jalapeño Popper with Chicken caught my eye because A. BACON tastes delicious on everything and B. I was completely intrigued by the crispy topping made with pork rinds (low carb)!
The only difference from Brandi’s recipe and the one I made is that I used fresh jalapeños instead of jarred. I happened to have both available, but opted for the fresh since I needed to use them up.
You can adjust the amount to suit your taste and you can also serve extra on the side for those that like meals with heat!