2 jalapeno peppers or other hot spicy pepper of your choice, chopped up tiny
2 cup pine nuts, soaked
Small bunch of green onions or chives, chopped up tiny
2 tablespoon lemon or lime juice
Sea Salt and Pepper to taste
Crumbled "Raw Eggplant Bacon" , see my recipes
Roma or cherry tomatoes or cucumbers or collard greens, tomatoes and cukes cut and emptied out
For the Jalapeno Cream Cheese:
Keep 1/2 of the jalapeno aside with the Â½ chopped green onions/chives.
Blend in blender rest of ingredients in blender until smooth. Add water if needed.
Throw in chopped green onion and 1 of finely chopped jalapeno and hand mix in. Hand mix in crumbed bacon if wanted.
Prepare your poppers:
Use tomatoes, cucumber or the collard green wraps.
Add piece of eggplant bacon (push inside hole of tomatoe or cuke)
Scoop jalapeno cream cheese into wrap on top of the bacon (secure with toothpick if you are wrapping with collard greens).
Top with crumbed bacon.
NOTE: For those of you who don't have a dehydrator to make the bacon, the bacon can be optional of course but it adds some kick to the recipe.
I made these up for our latest raw event we had at our Fat Burning Party. These were tasty and appropriate because pine nuts have an appetite suppressant so you eat less. Several of our guests told me that they were not hungry after having one! So I they work! :) These are great little hand appetizers that people can eat at parties and they look tasty and cute too!
The Bacon Jalapeno Poppers made with pine nuts. New research on pine nuts show that they are a natural appetite suppressant. They contain Pinolenic acid which is a polyunsaturated fat that encourages two hormones (including CCK) that suppress hunger. It signals to your brain that you aren't hungry any more. The secret to pine nuts effectiveness is cholecystokinin (or CCK) which is a peptide hormone gene expressed through the digestive tract, set off by food intake and released into the blood stream. The hormone sends a signal to the brain which indicates satiation.
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