Jalapeno Poppers

A delicious and different jalapeno popper recipe. This vegan jalapeno popper recipe is different in a few ways. For one thing the jalapenos are blanched before baking them. This helps to make them more pliable before stuffing them and easier to bite into. Also the filling is created from almonds instead of using a fake vegan cream cheese, which I personally don’t care for. GO TO RECIPE >

  • http://ahimsablog.wordpress.com KarmaLily

    I have a question about the egg replacer in the recipe. I’d like to use Ener-G egg replacer (because I already have an open box), but I doubt the proportions would be equal. So how many eggs are you “replacing” with the Bob’s Red Mill, or do you know what the measurements would be for Ener-G?

    Also, thanks for a great recipe. I hate using store-bought cream cheese as well, so I’m much more willing to make this recipe than any of the others I’ve seen online.

  • alexandria

    these look amazing! my daughter loves traditional jalapeno poppers – (we are vegetarian..but I am very close to vegan now…) i’d love to convert her with these! I’m going to try them!

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    Karma Lily, hmm it’s not so much about how many eggs I am replacing but more about the consistency of the batter. You want the batter to cling to the jalapeno. I didn’t try these using Ener-G so I can’t say how that product would work differently. I may get some and test and have the option of using that.

  • sophie

    omg THANK YOU

  • Teresa

    Looks wonderful. Thank you for the recipe. Love your blog.

  • paige J

    Josh made these on Friday while I was visiting, they are awesome, I’m making some this weekend!!

  • http://www.foodista.com/blog Alisa

    Your recipes are wonderful.I hope you won’t mind, but I’d sure love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it’s all set, Thanks!

  • Gina

    1) I made this recipe recently when in the states (meaning, I could find all the ingredients) and they were so good! Thanks.

    2) I agree wholeheartedly with Alisa (and everyone else, no doubt), that your recipes are wonderful! Much appreciated.

  • Alina Velazquez

    I made this recipe yesterday evening and they were amazing!! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Jean

    What a wonderful blog! Cannot wait to make some of these dishes.
    I am also creating a blog to teach vegan cooking and baking and lifestyle. Will update you when it is ready.

    Virtual Vegan

  • http://www.czechvegan.blogspot.com/ Czech Vegan in America

    WOW!

  • anuja

    hey thanks a lot ..all the recipes i read before this one were fried .. these baked ones taste so much better !!!

  • MandyM

    Uh…so yummy!

  • Gayle

    Josh,

    I just found your website. I’ve been vegan now for 2 months but I’m not looking back. Your recipes look absolutely delicious and I’m bookmarking your site.

    Thank you so much!