Jalapeno popper turnovers are the perfect easy appetizer recipe! The cheesy filling is mixed with bacon and jalapeño and then wrapped in store bought puff pastry. I always get asked for the recipe!
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Some days are for celebrations. Some days are for jumping up and down with excitement and grinning from ear to ear. Some days are for picking yourself up again and dusting yourself off again and pushing forward. And some days still are for curling up in bed and having a good cry. And some weeks each day can be one of those in rapid repeat fire order.
It’s been an incredibly packed last few weeks on our front. I may write about some of the events that have transpired these past few weeks and I may not. Some things are just best left on their own instead of sharing with the world.
But what cannot wait to be shared with the world are these jalapeno popper turnovers! This is basically my favorite appetizer ever (bacon wrapped jalapeño poppers) mashed up in a creamy cheesy mixture and wrapped in a warm pillow of light crunchy cheese baked goodness.
The filling consists of bacon, jalapeños, cheese, cream cheese and get this….roasted garlic hummus. The combination of the cream cheese and hummus is amazing and adds just the right consistency. Creamy, smooth, cheesy, spicy and bacon…it’s basically heaven. And so easy.
I’ll just leave this picture right here. Swoon.
Let’s jump in shall we.
Allow your puff pastry to thaw! Seriously I forget this every time. About an hour on the counter or just pull it out the day before and pop it in the fridge.
While that is going start your filling: Fry some bacon. Chop some jalapeños. Mix with warmed cream cheese and roasted garlic hummus. Salt and pepper. So simple.
Roll out your sheets of puff pastry to twice its size with a lightly floured rolling pin. And cut it into 18 equal pieces (9 per sheet–most boxes have 2 sheets).
Top each turnover with a heaping spoonful of filling and sprinkling of cheese.
Whisk an egg well and brush on the egg around all edges. Fold over and crimp with a fork.
Air vents are sliced to allow steam to escape.
Egg wash the tops and top with a sprinkling of cheese and a jalapeno slice.
Bake for 22 minutes until golden and delicious.
The celebration is ready to begin!
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Jalapeno Popper Turnovers Recipe
- 1 17 ounce package puff pastry thawed!, should have 2 sheets in a box
- 1 8 ounce package cream cheese
- 1 cup Sabra Roasted Garlic Hummus
- 6 slices of bacon chopped
- 2 large jalapeños diced, seeds removed
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1-2 cups shredded white cheese
- 1 egg for egg wash
- parmesan cheese for topping
- 1. Preheat over to 400 degrees.
2. Make the filling: warm cream cheese in the microwave for 30-40 seconds until it is easily stirred. Add hummus, bacon, jalapeños and stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste if desired.
3. Roll out your sheets of puff pastry to twice its size with a lightly floured rolling pin. And cut it into 18 equal pieces (9 per sheet–most boxes have 2 sheets).
4. Top each turnover with a heaping spoonful of filling and sprinkling of cheese.
5. Whisk an egg well and brush on the egg around all edges. Fold over and crimp with a fork.
6. Slice 2-3 air vents per turnover to allow steam to escape.
7. Egg wash the tops and top with a sprinkling of cheese and a very thin jalapeño slice.
8. Bake for 22 minutes until golden and delicious.
Top can be brushed with butter, milk or olive oil to aid in browning if desired or left plain. Disclosure: This post is brought to you in collaboration with Sabra. We hand select our sponsors and only partner with companies we already use, love and trust. We are grateful for their support to continue bringing you beautiful free content each week!
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19 thoughts on “Jalapeno Popper Turnovers”
Can these be made in advance?!
Yes, these wonderful jalapeno poppers can be made ahead. Happy cooking!
Could you please advise which white cheese you use for the shredded cheese component?
Can you make a day ahead of time?
These look fantastic! I would like to make them for our annual Christmas party. Do you think these could be made ahead of time, and heated up right before serving? Thanks!
Has anyone tried this using sour cream instead of garlic hummus? I’m afraid using something garlic will conflict with the spicy jalapeño flavor.
I have not ever used sour cream in a turnover before but can assure you that the garlic is fantastic with the spicy jalapeño flavor 🙂 These are devoured at every party I bring them too and the guys always try to stake a claim over the whole tray haha. If you don’t want to use garlic I would sub it with just regular hummus or use more cream cheese.
Let me know if you give them a try!
Drool worthy! It’s like the perfect bite and I love the addition of the hummus.
These turnovers look amazing!!! I freaking love puff pastry!
I just adore these little packets of yum!
Oh these are DEF worth sharing with the world! I’m all about comforting cheesy goodness!
These photos are so beautiful – it makes me want to reach into my screen for a big bite! This is the type of recipe that I tend to crave – crunchy finger foods that the kids can help to make!
This looks like the perfect food in my book! Gorgeous pictures too girl!
Thanks love <3 <3