Some cheese, but not a lot, and no batter or frying involved:
Roast some fresh poblanos on the grill for a while until lightly charred.
Cut then in half and remove the seed and, if you prefer, the skins.
I then put them in a baking pan and filled each half with a mixture of cilantro, beef, a little bit of cooked backon, cauliflower rice, sautéed onions and peppers, and some goat cheese. Add any veggies or spices you like - no rules at all.
Pour your favorite salsa over the top (I made a homemade tomatillo salsa for these) and bake until cooked through.
Top with homemade guacamole.
It's not the real thing, but it gets away from a filling of all fatty, processed cheese, and the flour-batter and deep frying.
And, they were pretty tasty. I'm finishing them off for lunch right now.