Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. \t On a silicone mat on a baking sheet, lay out 4 slices of bacon in a row, then weave the other 4 pieces of bacon through these like a weave, going over and under every other time. Par-cook bacon for 10 minutes.\u00a0 Let cool while finishing other steps. \t Dice white onion and jalape\u00f1os (use as much as you like depending on how hot you like it!) Remove the seeds from the jalape\u00f1os unless you like it spicy. \t In a pan over medium heat, cook diced white onion until just starting to brown. You can also cook the jalapeno if desired.\u00a0 Let cool. \t In a bowl, beat 1 of the eggs to a homogenous mixture, then fold in cream cheese, cheddar cheese, minced jalapeno, and white onion. Mix well to combine.\u00a0 Refrigerate until ready to use (this will keep it firm). \t In a separate bowl, mix together the ground beef, 1 egg, 1 \u00bd tsp ground coriander, salt, and pepper. \t Season the bacon weave with black pepper \t Lay ground beef on top of the bacon weave, creating a thin layer. \t Layer the cream cheese mixture on top of the ground beef, leaving about 1\/2\u2033 on all sides. \t Once the cream cheese is layered on, take the two sides of the Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf Poppers and bring together, almost rolling it, until you can wrap the ends of the Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf Poppers on the other side to \u201cclose\u201d the bacon around the ground beef. \t Bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes until ground beef is cooked through. If the bacon isn\u2019t as crispy as you want, I would recommend putting it under the broiler for just a few more minutes, but keep an eye on it, as you don\u2019t want to burn the bacon after going through all the trouble.