Easy Bacon Jalapeño Cheese Bread — Super cheesy and ready in 30 minutes. A game day and crowd favorite that’ll be devoured fast!! BACON makes everything BETTER!!
Cheesy Jalapeño Bread Recipe
Say hello to mindlessly easy comfort food that’s guaranteed to be a hit.It’s ready in less than 30 minutes with extremely minimal effort on your part. The best kind of recipe.
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Set the bread out at a party, event, game day celebration, or as a weeknight side for your family and you’ll look like a superstar.
It’s super cheesy from both mozzarella and cream cheese, there’s bacon which makes everything better, a touch of garlic to add flavor, and sliced jalapeño peppers for some slight heat.
What’s in Jalapeño Cheese Bread?
To make this jalapeño bacon bread recipe, you’ll need:Cream cheeseUnsalted butterShredded mozzarella cheeseCooked baconJalapeño peppersGarlic powderFrench bread
How to Make Jalapeño Cheese Bread
Whisk together the cream cheese and softened butter, then stir in the shredded mozzarella, bacon, jalapeños, and garlic powder. Spread the mixture over one half of the loaf of French bread.
Bake at 375F until the cheese is melted and golden. Garnish with additional jalapeño rounds and serve immediately.
Can I Prep This in Advance?
Once baked, the bread is best enjoyed right away (it’s best hot straight from the oven). However, you can mix together the cream cheese topping ahead of time. That way, all you have to do is slice the loaf of bread in half, smear on the topping, and bake.
Tips for Making Jalapeño Bacon Cheese Bread
If the crowd you’re making it for doesn’t like jalapenos or wants more or less garlic or bacon than I used, feel free to omit, adapt, and adjust the recipe based on your taste preferences.For my family and friends, the recipe was perfect because itwas devoured at a recent party I hosted.
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I used an average grocery store bakery loaf of French bread for this cheesy jalapeño bread recipe. The filling nicely covered one half in a fairly thick layer. Save the other half for making french toast, sandwiches, etc.
If the loaf you use is smaller, you may be able to coat both halves, but make sure to watch and make any necessary adjustments tobaking time.