Introduction: Crackers and Jalapeno Snack

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If you've been looking for a quick snack to eat lately, and you just happen to like jalapenos, then you've come to the right place!!! This is an amazing, quick snack that I discovered from a friend and instantly fell in love with. Anyway, concealed in this 'ible is the secrets (they're not really secrets but to make it sound more epic, lets call them secrets... ;) to making an amazing jalapeno, cracker, and cheese snack.

DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT FOR YOU IF YOU DON'T LIKE SPICINESS!!! PLEASE MOVE ON (and leave a vote for me while your at it) IF YOU ARE NOT A FAN OF SPICY. AND IF YOU DON'T KNOW IF YOU LIKE IT OR NOT, PROCEED WITH CATION... YOU'VE BEEN WARNED... ;)

had to get that over with...

Step 1: Gathering Your Ingredients

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To make this scrumptious snack, you are going to need the following foods:

  1. Some kind of crackers: I highly recommend wheat Thins, as those have been my favorite out of all the crackers that I've tried so far
  2. Cheese: I use cheddar cheese, and the only type of cheddar that I like with this is sharp cheddar cheese, so that's what I use and recommend
  3. Pickled Jalapenos: They can be in a jar or in a can, I prefer them in a jar, but the ones I use were in a can

As a side note, I used a couple of mason jars to put the jalapenos in after I opened the can, so you might want a couple of those handy.

Step 2: Jaring the Jalapenos*

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Now you just need to open up your can of jalapenos. Once it's open, then you can transfer the jalapenos into a mason jar for storing. This step is quite self explanatory... Once in the mason jar, you can refrigerate your jalapenos if you like.

*This is unnecessary if you got jarred jalapenos to start off with... Its actually really completely optional, but recommended

Step 3: Cutting the Cheese

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Once again, another self explanatory step. All you really need to do is get your block of cheese, open it, and then cut a few slices from it. If you want, you can cut it into the size of the crackers. Once done cutting, you can easily store your cheese by getting a plastic sandwich bag, and just putting it over the open end of the block, then refrigerate your cheese.

Oh... and uh, try not to cut yourself... it hurts

Step 4: Putting Your Snack Together

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Now, for the good part... The construction of this delicacy.

  1. Get a cracker, and lay it down
  2. Add a slice of cheese that is cut about the size of the cracker, and lay it on top of the cracker
  3. The best Part!!!! ADD THE JALAPENOS!!!!

You can also make a nice plate of this, just add some cheese, crackers, and a bowl of jalapenos to a plate and set it out for you and your friends, or... maybe just for you, either way, it's always good...

Step 5: ENJOY!!!

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Now eat your amazing snack. In case you aren't too accustomed to a lot of spiciness, then you might want to have a glass of milk handy nearby... just saying. And if spicy isn't really your thing, well, umm, I recommend not eating this, you can go find another snack to munch on.

Comments

ekitc793 (author)2015-07-04

You have wasted 5 minutes of my life, good sir.

pucksurfer (author)ekitc7932015-07-05

Well...
Ummmm...
Cool.
I just thought I'd share this simple recipe... It is unfortunate that you decided to read through the whole thing and not take anything from it...

cartercar__ (author)2015-05-24

Wait hold on your your telling me how to put a piece of cheese and a Jalapeño onto a cracker?!?

Finally I can learn some useful things! Thanks dude.

sbarcy37 (author)2015-05-03

That's not paleo

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