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Armadillo Eggs

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The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant. These Armadillo eggs are sure to be a hit at your SuperBowl party.

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Prep Time10 minsCook Time2 hrs 5 minsTotal Time2 hrs 15 mins
Armadillo Eggs
 1 lb ground sausage
 5 jalapeno peppers
 8 cream cheese
 0.75 cup grated cheddar cheese
Armadillo Eggs
1

Fire up pellet grill or smoker and get it up to 225F using your favorite type of wood/pellets. Today we used 100% pure apple wood pellets from Smokin Brothers. Or you can set up your grill (gas or charcoal) to cook indirect.

2

Cut the top off the jalapeno pepper and cut in half. Remove the seeds and rinse the peppers.

3

Mix together the cream cheese and grated cheddar.

4

Fill the peppers with the filling.

5

Take some sausage and wrap it around the pepper, make sure none of the pepper is visible. Roll it into the shape of an egg.

6

Place the armadillo eggs on the smoker or grill.

7

Smoke for about 1½ to 2 hours. You want the internal temperature of the sausage to reach 160F. Also, if you notice cheese starting to bubble out of the eggs, the are likely done.

8

Serve.

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Ingredients

Armadillo Eggs
 1 lb ground sausage
 5 jalapeno peppers
 8 cream cheese
 0.75 cup grated cheddar cheese

Directions

Armadillo Eggs
1

Fire up pellet grill or smoker and get it up to 225F using your favorite type of wood/pellets. Today we used 100% pure apple wood pellets from Smokin Brothers. Or you can set up your grill (gas or charcoal) to cook indirect.

2

Cut the top off the jalapeno pepper and cut in half. Remove the seeds and rinse the peppers.

3

Mix together the cream cheese and grated cheddar.

4

Fill the peppers with the filling.

5

Take some sausage and wrap it around the pepper, make sure none of the pepper is visible. Roll it into the shape of an egg.

6

Place the armadillo eggs on the smoker or grill.

7

Smoke for about 1½ to 2 hours. You want the internal temperature of the sausage to reach 160F. Also, if you notice cheese starting to bubble out of the eggs, the are likely done.

8

Serve.

9

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Armadillo Eggs

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