Lizard Tongues Halloween Stuffed Sweet Peppers Recipe

Lizard Tongues Halloween Stuffed Sweet Peppers, If you love peppers you will love this recipe. These sweet little "Tongues" could be stuffed with just veggies or some buffalo chicken too but they all get a mandatory dip on Snail Slime Dipping Sauce!
Hola Amigos! Happy October! Are you ready to get your Spook On? I'm so excited! I love this time of the year and most of all Halloween!
Today I'm serving some Lizard Tongues I stuffed with some wild mushrooms, garlic bread crumbs and Baby Swiss cheese among other ingredients, and I'm dipping them in some delicious Snail Slime dipping sauce! oh yummm!

You can make these guys just  vegetarian or like I always do make a batch with meat for the carnivores in your family.

I have to admit these peppers are a little tricky to stuff than their bigger bell pepper cousins, but it was all worth it! I ate the entire first batch by myself with the "I'm just trying them for flavor" excuse! I just love the Snail Slime!

On to the recipe friends! Thank You so much for visiting the blog. I hope this first day of October greets you in Good Health, Happiness and Love! which reminds me, even Lizard Tongues taste better with a Pinch of Love!


Lizard Tongues Halloween Stuffed Peppers
1 Bag  Mini Sweet Peppers (16 oz)
1/2 Cup Garlic Bread Crumbs ( I processes some Croutons)
6 oz Wild Mushrooms Mix (or Portobella)
1/8 Cup Baby Swiss cheese (shredded)
1 Tsp each onion powder, garlic powder, seasoned salt, lemon pepper
For carnivores:
1/4 Cup Buffalo Chicken Breast from the Deli, processed in a food processor or blender.
Snail Slime:
1/2 Cup Sour Cream
3 TBSP Salsa Verde and 1 extra to put on top.
Wash your peppers thoroughly and dry. Cut the tops and very carefully scoop the seeds. Set aside.
In a heavy saucepan heat up 3 cups of water until it boils. Once in boils put your peppers in  for a couple of minutes, about 4-5. Remove from heat and hot water and put them in a separate container full of ice water. This will stop the cooking process.
Heat up your oven at 325.
When your peppers are cool to the touch, stuff each one very carefully with your mix.
One they are all stuffed, lay them flat on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and bake for 12-15 minutes or until the stuffing on top gets golden brown.
Once they are done. Remove from the oven and serve with the Snail Slime Sauce. Enjoy!

Prep Time: 5 minutes                           Baking time 12-15 minutes                        Serves 24

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  1. this sounds and looks wonderful, I would love to make this,

  2. This is a fun recipe!! Of course I'd have to put the chicken in for the fam., but I'd be gobbling those up (haha, a Thanksgiving reference, not on purpose but it made me laugh) veggie style. :)

    These are cute, and the snail slime...gross and intriguing. :)

  3. I don't mean the recipe for snail slime was gross, I mean the name and the yukky images I conjure up when I hear it. ;)

  4. Oh my gosh, I love this idea! So cute, and creepy at the same time! LOL

    I would love for you to come over and link up at Wine'd Down Wednesday if you get a chance. We are partying from now until Friday! Hope to see you there! http://www.dizzybusyandhungry.com/wined-wednesday-link-party/

    Kristin from Dizzy Busy and Hungry

    1. Thank You Kristin, and thanks for the invite! would love to attend your party~

    2. Hi Liz, I saw you came by and linked up! Thanks! :-) Hope to see you next week! Have a great weekend!
      Kristin from Dizzy Busy and Hungry

  5. What a fun Halloween treat. I love stuffed peppers. Thanks for sharing with GIT.

  6. I was doing fine until you talked about the slime...shivers...
    Gosh it looks so good though. I think I'm going to make some just for me, because I'm the only one who will eat peppers, even if they are sweet peppers. Thank you for sharing this on Foodie Friday

  7. Haha! Love these! Love all your cute Halloween recipes! Thank so much for linking up at Thank You Honey's Whatever Wednesday Party!

  8. What a fun Halloween food... and so tasty too :)

  9. This is so creative. Thank you for sharing it at All Things Pretty. I hope to see you back tomorrow at http://myfashionforwardblog.com

  10. Such a fun idea! Thanks for sharing at Share Your Stuff Tuesdays!