Yummy ham, pickle and cream cheese roll ups for an appetizer or a party! Secure the roll ups with toothpicks, and cut them into bite size pieces. Your guests will gobble these right up!!
This simple recipe uses only three ingredients and are the perfect snack when entertaining. This recipe below uses ham, but you can use any type of deli meat you prefer.
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Christmas calls to mind lots of food – gingerbread and peppermint, roast turkey and baked ham, but most people probably don’t have visions of pickles dancing through their heads on Christmas Eve. Except in our house. I’m not sure how or why pickles and the holidays go together here, but they do.
And this quick pickled grapes recipe from Brooklyn Supper is the perfect holiday ready recipe!
Check it out here: https://brooklynsupper.com/quick-pickled-grapes/
Looking for an quick and easy holiday party recipe? These stuffed dill pickles from Genius Kitchen will blow your mind!. This is an easy recipe that uses only a few ingredients and takes very little time to whip up.
Check it out here: https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/stuffed-dill-pickles-100688
Save your pickle juice! Then make this delectable dressing for salads and vegetables of all types! There’s only 3.5 grams of fat in the entire amount! Every Pickle Addict has leftover pickle juice. This is how you use it. YES.
Read more here: https://animal-freesous-chef.com/2018/08/27/saffron-pickle-juice-dressing/
Crunchy, briny, slightly spicy and full of wonderful dill and garlic flavor! These easy pickles from Noshing with the Nolands are the best. Offer them up to accompany a lunch or dinner, or as a delicious snack. They take little time to make and the rewards are fantastic.
See recipe here: https://noshingwiththenolands.com/spicy-refrigerator-pickles/
Fried pickles are an amazingly delicious treat, and now you can have them as a snack without the guilt of frying them in a ton of oil! This air fryer recipe is sure to be your new go-to once you taste how awesome these pickles are.
See the recipe here: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/air-fried-pickles-vegan/
HONEY PICKLED RADISHES! Honey Pickled Radishes is perfect for those who love pickles but want to try a different flavor profile! If you're on the fence about radishes, these honey pickled radishes are going to win you over, I promise. I know it’s kind of obvious from the word “honey” in the name of these honey pickled radishes, but I also wanted to point out that this recipe calls for honey and not sugar. I’ve been on the hunt for awesome sugar-free canning recipes, and this recipe from Yankee Homestead definitely fits the bill! See the full canning recipe here: http://yankeehomestead.com/canning-honey-pickled-radishes/
This Easy Refrigerator Pickles recipe from Gimme Some Oven only takes about 5 minutes to prep, and makes perfectly crisp and delicious pickles that you’ll LOVE!
With literally just about 5 minutes of prep time and a few days marinating in the fridge, these delicious pickles will be yours to enjoy! You'll love them because they’re nice and crisp (not soggy), perfectly vinegar-y (feel free to experiment with more or less vinegar to find your preference), definitely garlickly, and they have a hint of a kick from the black and red pepper. Absolutely delicious.
Check them out here: https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/easy-refrigerator-pickles-recipe/#_a5y_p=5628130
Get ready for the easiest most delicious Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles you’ve ever had. Sweet yet still a little tangy and perfect to eat by the forkful or top on burgers, dogs, and chicken sandwiches to name a few.
Looking for an easy 24-hour Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles recipe. No canning skills needed to make this recipe from Katie's Cucina!!
Check it out here: http://www.katiescucina.com/2015/05/refrigerator-bread-and-butter-pickles
Looking for a quick, easy and delicious holiday appetizer? This dill pickle dip is perfect served with crisp veggies, crackers, or chips. So much flavor packed into one bite!!
This recipe from Low Carb with Jennifer really couldn’t be any easier. The hardest part is cutting up the pickles.
Check it out here: https://jenniferbanz.com/dill-pickle-dip
Refrigerator Pickles are a simple pickle recipe made with vinegar, dill, and garlic. This no boil pickle recipe will become a family favorite in no time!
REFRIGERATOR PICKLES INGREDIENTS
Sweet yellow onion
See full recipe from Mama Loves Food here: https://www.mamalovesfood.com/refrigerator-pickles/
Pickled pumpkin pieces are the perfect combination of sweet & sour. You can smell and taste the cardamom, clove & cinnamon flavors right away. The texture can vary from crunchy to soft almost mushy – this depends on the length of time you cook it as well as your preference.
So easy to make, and a unique accompaniment to your Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas dinner!
See the full canning recipe from Happy Foods Tube here: https://www.happyfoodstube.com/pickled-pumpkin/
I’ve always been one to migrate to anything with a dill flavor and these dill pickle deviled eggs combine two of my favorite things; deviled eggs and dill pickles. They are a delicious bite sized snack (and look great if serving to guests or family).
This recipe from The Kitchen Magpie is the perfect Thanksgiving appetizer!
See full recipe here: https://thekitchenmagpielowcarb.com/dill-pickle-deviled-eggs-recipe/
This pickled cucumber recipe from Creative green Living is super easy. Because these are lacto-fermented dill pickles, you don't need any fancy canning equipment to make them.
Another positive of this cold brine method of making dill pickles with fresh cucumbers, is that your pickles stay nice and crisp. Nobody likes limp pickles!
See recipe and read more about differnt pickling techniques here: http://www.creativegreenliving.com/2013/08/how-to-make-cold-process-dill-pickles.html
Yup, Pickle Pizza is a thing...and we want it! Perhaps you’ve already had pickles on pizza, it's kind of like a banana pepper or olive. New York’s ‘Rhino Pizza’ officially has a pickle and garlic pizza, and we’re thinking YES YES YES. But, if you are not nearby, you've got to make your own!
This recipe from Delish starts with a premade crust, because sometimes we're lazy, and we brush it with a delicious mix of olive oil, garlic, and Italian seasoning. Not so bad, right? Then we blanket it in mozzarella and parm — hey, when has cheese ever done you wrong?
This pickle-less pizza gets popped into the oven to get the crust crispy and the cheese melty. When those things have been accomplished, pickles come into the picture. We used sliced and cut them about an inch long — roughly pepperoni sized. Throw them on top and put the pizza back in the oven, this time just for five minutes. Why? Well no one wants ice cold pickles on their pizza! The whole thing get's topped with our favorite pizza finishes — parm and red pepper flakes. To drive the pickle flavors home, we added dill as well. Call us crazy, but we think this combo works. Don't knock it 'til you try it!
Check it out here: https://www.delish.com/cooking/videos/a55828/pickle-pizza-video/
You know that feeling when you open the fridge, and there’s “nothing” there? Or you want one last thing to make a meal complete, but you’re not sure what that might be?
Homemade pickles are the answer. They are also the answer to dealing with a garden crop that seems have ripened all at once, or making the most of the seasonal bounty at your local farmers market.
It’s deeply satisfying, it’s budget-friendly, and it can be far quicker than you might think. Some quick pickles – quick-pickled onions are a classic – can be ready to eat in around an hour. But delightfully, some quickly made pickles could last for months, even a year.
Read more here: https://www.sbs.com.au/food/article/2018/09/21/diy-pickles-are-easy-way-have-good-food-always-hand
Pulled Pork + Pickles = Heaven. Store bought pulled pork gets a major upgrade with this mouthwatering recipe from Delish! So easy, yet so ingenious!!
See recipe and video here: https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipes/a55059/pulled-pork-pickle-sliders-recipe/
These Bacon Wrapped Pickles – also called Pickle Fries – are perfect for a party or a low-carb keto snack!
The first time I heard of pickles wrapped in bacon, I was a bit hesitant. I do love pickles and who doesn’t love bacon? But together, I wasn’t so sure. Once you try this recipe from The Wicked Noodle you'll be convinced!
The best part is how incredibly fast and easy pickle fries are to make. You can make as many or as few as you like at one time, you’ll just need the same amount of bacon slices as pickle spears.
Check them out here: https://www.thewickednoodle.com/bacon-wrapped-pickles-pickle-fries/
These bread and butter sweet pickle chips are so simple to make, but huge on flavor and crunch. The sweet onion is as delicious as the cucumbers in these refrigerator pickles from Rose Water & Orange Blossoms.
These are refrigerator pickles, so no heat processing is used. Fill the jars as tightly as possible with the pickles and onions, as they will shrink some as they pickle. This recipe is easily doubled, tripled, you name it.
See the full recipe here: https://www.maureenabood.com/bread-and-butter-sweet-pickle-chips/
Preserve the best flavors of fall with this Pickled Butternut Squash recipe. It's somewhat unusual to pickle hard squashes like butternut or acorn, but it is actually a very nice way to use them. The butternut pickle is firm and crunchy, and the you can play around with the seasonings to your taste.
Serve these with braised meats, stews or chopped up and mixed with couscous as a side dish.
Read more from here: http://vinegartips.com/recipe/pickled-butternut-squash/
Use Beer to pickle your veggies (pickled pickles anyone?). Using beer to season and preserve vegetables is a great way to use up any beer you may not feel like drinking. (Just kidding. I know you guys always feel like drinking all the beer, but these pickles really are good.)
The brine is simple enough—it’s beer, vinegar, salt and sugar, plus whatever other flavorful friends you want to add. I’ve used this brine to pickle both onions and corn, and both were delightfully sweet and sour and infused with just a touch of debauchery.
Read more here: https://skillet.lifehacker.com/use-beer-to-pickle-your-vegetables-1828505732
I Love Dill Pickles, But I Have Never Tried Fermented Pickles! Have you?
This recipe does not call for vinegar like most pickle recipes. Instead the cucumbers ferment in brine. The pickles need to ferment for at least 7 weeks before eating.
Click here for full recipe: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/amy-thielen/fermented-dill-pickles-3363145
Ahh, pickles. We all love them! From the big juicy dills that go just perfectly with a sandwich and chips, to the sweet gherkins that grace our dinner tables. Pickles are a commodity that most everyone enjoys. But sadly, many people suffer from pickle allergies, and they aren’t even sure why. These allergies generally appear suddenly, and can be present in both children and adults.
The thing that most people don’t realize about pickle allergies, is that they are typically caused not by the pickle itself, but by the preservatives used in the pickling process. These pickling agents often cause allergic reactions in people who are then unable to pinpoint the cause of their reaction. The worst part about it, is that these preservatives can be found in a great many more foods than just pickles. Many foods that contain any type of vinegar also contain these pickling agents that can cause pickle allergies.
If you’ve started having strange reactions to your favorite snack, read on for more information about why pickle allergies occur: http://forupon.com/2018/08/25/pickle-allergy/
If you love crunchy, crisp, tangy cucumbers then you'll want to try these easy garlic Dill pickles from MinneCeliac.
I know, I know, this should have been a recipe for the beginning of summer! But these easy refrigerator pickles can really be made any time of year.
See the full recipe here: https://minneceliac.com/recipe/easy-garlic-dill-fridge-pickles