Jalapeño Popper Mummies are poppers dressed up in time for Halloween, with crescent roll dough and a kickin’ seasoning. These are fun to make, even better to eat and a good contrast to all the candy.
It’s your favorite sassy food blogger back with another jalapeño recipe just in time for Halloween. Confused? We’re making Jalapeño Popper Mummies.
I know what you’re thinking – ‘how basic‘ <—- (Insert eye roll here). But hold onto your broomsticks, dear readers, because these mummies are anything but ordinary.
We’re taking the classic jalapeño popper and giving it a creepy twist and some fantastic flavor with Spiceology’s Guac and Roll salt-free seasoning. These are so good, they’ll make your taste buds scream… in delight, of course.
We’re also making an oh-so-good Cilantro Lime Ranch to dip these mummies in.
Ingredients to Summon Your Jalapeño Popper Mummies
Let’s gather our ingredients. It’s like casting a spell, but with delicious food.
You’ll need fresh jalapeno peppers, Spiceology’s Guac and Roll seasoning, cream cheese, and the always delicious Cabot Cheese Snack Sticks (any of them will work). You’ll also need apricot preserves, pepper flakes and garlic powder so we can make the apricot dipping sauce.
Everything has to have a condiment.
These Jalapeño Popper Mummies are the perfect addition to your Halloween spread. They’re a little spicy, a little cheesy, and a whole lot of fun with that fantastic Guac and Roll twist.
They will also balance everything out between all the candy, candied apples, and other Halloween desserts. Somebody has to bring out the spicy sass.
Halloween is all about getting creative and having a spooky good time. These mummies may not be able to dance, but they can certainly make your taste buds rock out.
Remember, in the world of food, there are no tricks, only treats. Enjoy your Halloween, and may your culinary adventures be as wild and wicked as ever.
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