Sunday football……chips and dip……. Bread and Butter Pickle Dip!!!!
Chips and dip are one of my favorite go to snacks. Perfect for those football games. Recently I have seen a number of recipes on …….you guessed it, Pinterest……..for pickle dip.
Now, I like pickles, ok some pickles. Dill pickles are good, but bread and butter pickles are better, in my humble opinion. All of the recipes from Pinterest were made with dill pickles. OK, but how about in the words of Emeril Lagasse “let’s kick it up a notch”.
Bread and butter pickles, with sweet onions, cream cheese, a touch of sour cream, celery and mustard seeds, a pinch of garlic, and BAMM!
Bread and Butter Pickle Dip.
I must say, I wasn’t really sure what I expected this to taste like. After I had it all mixed together it tasted good on potato chips…..quality control check…..lol.
Tim and I weren’t able to take pictures right away. See, we had a bit of trouble with our car…….OK major trouble, which resulted in us getting a new car.
Special thanks to all of the staff at Ken Nelson Auto Group for all there help. They were awesome and I would recommend then to anyone. Especially Leon who helped us and stayed late on New Years Eve!! Yeah, our car broke down on New Year’s Eve Eve, and Leon hooked us up with the car we purchased to “test” drive, so we could get home. We went to have it detailed today.
So, I put the dip in the frig and off we went. When we came home, we set up the shoot, took the pictures…….lovely if I do say so myself.
Now, after the pictures are taken it was time to chow down on what we made. Bread and Butter Pickle dip was even better once it sat in the frig for a few hours.
Tim says its delicious………and so it is!!
All of the ingredients you probably have on hand, and it takes only a few minutes to whip together.
So, if you are in charge of dip for tomorrows big game or you just want a super tasty…..oh excuse me……delicious dip,make our Bread and Butter Pickle Dip.Print
- 1 –24 ounce jar vlasic Bread and Butter Pickles, drained and finely chopped, reserving the pickle juice
- 1/4 cup sweet onion, finely diced
- 1 – 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- 1/2 teaspoon celery seeds
- 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons pickle juice
- Finely dice pickles and onion. I used the food processor to make this process easier.
- With a hand mixer or in a stand mixer, blend together the cream cheese, sour cream, spices, and pickle juice until all ingredients are mixed thoroughly. If mixture seems to thick add additional pickle juice until desired consistency
- Fold in the diced pickles and onion. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
- Serve dip with potato chips, crackers, or raw veggies.