Vegetarian Mexican Mini Stuffed Peppers

Are you looking for the perfect appetizer to take to your summer bbq, or snack to feed your hungry family? These really easy & quick vegetarian Mexican stuffed mini peppers are crowd pleasers, and so easy for you to make that you just can’t not bring them.

What’s even better than how easily they come together? The fact that they’re just as good hot or cold. So, no worries if they sit outside for an hour or so before getting gobbled up. These stuffed peppers are packed with bright colorful veggies, fiber filled refried beans and melty cheese to allow you to live a healthy life while pleasing your taste buds.

Vegetarian Mexican Mini Stuffed Peppers

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Mini Stuffed Red Peppers
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
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peppers
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
peppers
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Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to broil. Wash and slice mini peppers down the center. Remove soft ribs and seeds. Fill each pepper half with refried beans, then evenly distribute shredded cheese between the pepper halves.
  2. Cook in oven until cheese is melted, about 5-7 minutes While peppers are in the oven, quarter the cherry tomatoes, chop garnish, and roll out the lime with your hand on the counter, then slice in half. Pull peppers out of the oven when the cheese is melted, top with tomatoes, garnish, and spritz with fresh lime juice.
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This recipe was written by Rebecca Clyde with Nourish Nutrition Co.

Rebecca is a registered dietitian nutritionist who specializes in helping women find happiness and feel comfortable in their skin by empowering them to nourish their minds and their bodies. She also works to help clients merge their ideal healthy lifestyle with their real life. She runs a Salt Lake City-based nutrition business. You can follow her on InstagramFacebook, and her free private Facebook support group for food and health inspiration. You can also download her complimentary list of healthy foods to save you hours in the kitchen each week.
Rebecca also teaches a food photography e-course to help food bloggers turn their blog into a business by getting their recipes noticed by their ideal readers and earn money via sponsorships with food companies. Beautiful photos are worth a thousand words.... and dollars too.