Jalapenos are not for the feint hearted. They are known as being extremely hot vegetables.
When they are immature, they are dark green and as they mature they go red in color.
They are sold in either cans or are sold as fresh.
According to the USDA, starting since 2010, California produces the most jalapeños followed by New Mexico and Texas, for a total of 462.5 million pounds of peppers (231,250 tons) in 2014. (source)
So can rabbits eat Jalapenos and if so how much can they eat?
Unfortunately, rabbits cannot eat Jalapenos at all.
They are far too spicy for them and will cause them a lot of harm if they do eat them.
So they are a food to avoid feeding rabbits.