Spicy Pepper Poppers

Our local farmers market sells these great mini colored peppers. They go great in salads and other dishes, but they make a great popper.

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1. Cut the tops of the mini-peppers.

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2. Clean out the peppers.

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3. Spicy cream cheese filling made with jalapenos in the food processor.

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4. Place peppers in muffin tin to support and bake them. Place cream cheese filling in pipping bag.

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5. Fill peppers to top with mixture.

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6. Baked until top is golden brown. (Left over mixture placed in celery as a snack.)

Our Garden

Different types of lettuce grown in containers.

Different types of lettuce grown in containers.

Rubarb, Onion Chives and Parsley.

Rhubarb, Onion Chives and Parsley

Tomatos

Tomatoes

Bell pepper plant.

Bell pepper

Spearmint, Bell Pepper and Mint

Spearmint, Bell Pepper and Mint

Oregano, Sage, Jalepeno

Oregano, Sage, Jalapeno

Tomato, Basil, Broccoli, Parsley

Chives, Tomato, Basil, Broccoli, Parsley, Rosemary

Basil, Cilantro

Basil, Cilantro

You’ll see garlic spread around the base of the plants, this aides as a natural deterrent to pests. We do not use any pesticides.