Jalapeño pie

One of the many reasons I fought cancer twice now is for silly moments such as this: Jalapeño Pie. 

Yes ladies and germs, homemade goodness cooked right in my oven is enough to get me excited. 

I’ve been feeling well overall. January was the best I’ve felt in several years. I’ve nearly had the energy I had pre chemo and stem cell transplant. 

Still working part time, but beginning to pick up an extra day here and there. 

We are still climbing out of a mountain of debt from my medical battles, but climbing out we are indeed. 

By the grace of God go I…

Two eggs per one cup cheese of your choice shredded. 

Jalapeños to taste. I like mine hot, so I add a lot, like about 1/2 cup jalapeños for every cup of cheese. 

I add a jar of roasted red bell peppers. Adds color. 

I sometimes throw in some pickled carrots that are sold next to the jars of jalapeños. 

You can experiment with crispy bacon, cilantro, nearly anything that compliments cheese. 

Put in an oven safe dish. Mix around to spread the eggs into the ingredients. Bake for about 45 mins or so at 350. 



About Robert I Baxter

Greatest Commandment is #1. Follower of Jesus, husband, father, RN, love photography, cancer survivor of Burkitt's twice (2008 & 2014). Stem Cell transplant November 2014. Work in a neonatal ICU.
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2 Responses to Jalapeño pie

  1. robynchristi says:

    I think everyone has felt much more cheery this January, which is lovely! And Jalepeño pie sounds delish


  2. Darlene Brabant says:

    I would have loved to try this , but the recipes was way to vague for me .


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