- 24 ounces chicken breasts (butterflied or pounded thin)
- 2 tablespoons jalapenos (roasted, or fresh, or pickled, diced)
- 1/4 cup cream cheese
- 1/4 cup monterey jack cheese (shredded)
- 8 slices bacon
|Calories530Calories from Fat330|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Mr.food 12 days ago
delicious........ I wouldn't change the recipe except for the time. 40 minutes were perfect for me.
Taryn 20 days ago
Very good however I baked it for 30 minutes at 400 degrees(on a rack). Bacon wasn’t fully cooked on the bottom and I wasn’t confident that the chicken was completely done. Time definitely varies!
Alex Schnegelberger a month ago
i baked then broiled this and it was so juicy and full of flavor! i should have seasoned the chicken a bit more, and i used uncured bacon which i LOVED. also made with these honey garlic carrots that i will definitely be making again. https://cafedelites.com/honey-garlic-butter-roasted-carrots/
Aundrea Pitassi a month ago
very good prep was easy and it didnt take long at all will cook again in the future! TY
Danielle 2 months ago
I used an applewood smoked bacon and it came out delicious.
Marianne 4 months ago
Turned out absolutely amazing when seasoned with fajita spice mix! So excited to make this again!
Phillip Timothy 4 months ago
Seasoned with fajita seasoning; absolutely sublime all round!
Kristy Menendez 5 months ago
Yummy! I used creole seasoning and added salt and pepper to the cheese mixture too!!
Amanda Hamilton George 6 months ago
Used fresh jalapeños, tasted like bell peppers next time I’ll use canned jalapeños for more heat and season the chicken a bit more
Casey H. 6 months ago
great! i grilled it on my smoker setting and it was amazing and juicy!
Karen 7 months ago
This was absolutely scrumptious! I will be making it again soon. Total hit at my house.
Angela Conn 10 months ago
Great - no modifications
Kevin T. a year ago
So easy. Very good. Little tricky bring the chicken cooked without destroying the bacon, just be patient.
Betxy R. a year ago
It was great! The flavors were everywhere. I will definitely be doing this recipe again!
Mikey Schlossberg a year ago
Tastes so good. Cooking time seriously varies based on the thickness of the chicken breast. If I could do it different I wouldn’t cut the breasts a little bit thinner. And definitely cook the bacon in the pan first because it doesn’t cook evenly with the chicken time. But wow, once you make a few tweaks and guess and check this recipe is an absolute winner!
Justin Summerton 2 years ago
Tonights dinner, will defintiely make again
Wanda Pembrook 2 years ago
A hit with the family!! 👍🏻
Rita E. 2 years ago
My family loved it!! My husband is not a fan of heat so I left the peppers out of his but added extra for me and mom....I baked it for half an hour at 375, then 450 for about 10 mins but the bacon did not cook all around so I fried in a pan until bacon was crispy on all sides...Next time I will fry all sides of bacon first, then bake at 375 for half an hour.
Starleana Holmes 2 years ago
Easy and delicious!!!! i used green peppers and red peppers instead with jalapeño cheese because of the sensitive mouths in my family :-) but came out amazing!!
Ciara McCreary 3 years ago
This recipe was so good, but so spicy! Very simple and easy to follow recipe and I, for sure, will be making this again! Because of the cheese and bacon, the chicken really didn't need to be seasoned all that much. I used jalapeño peppers and it was so delicious, but so spicy. If you're a fan of spicy food, make this with jalapeño peppers!
Carrie C. 3 years ago
I love this recipe! I"m making it tonight for our very non-traditional Christmas dinner. I did decide to make a seasoned - salt and sugar water brine. I created my own seasonings for the brine which had some pepper, red pepper flakes, thyme, bay leave flakes and a spice or two that I can't think of off hand. And I tossed in about a tablespoon of lemon juice. I wanted to use lime but didn't have any on hand. After my brine of 1 part sugar to two parts salt had been simmered on the stove and the mixture had gone from cloudy to clear, I added my spices and removed the brine from the heat.. After the brine came to room temp. I added chicken breasts to the seasoned mixture and popped it in the oven to soak up the spices and moisture for 4 - 6 hours. I can't wait to taste these juicy babies! It's going to be Muy Caliente!
Wendy B. 4 years ago
Thought this was easy and a great go to for flavorful chicken recipe. I will be making this again. I did season the chicken with my own seasoning but otherwise followed the recipe to the T