You Can Make RANCH Pickles—and They’re Way Better Than Basic Pickles

You'll want to grab a packet of ranch and a jar of pickles.

The juicy, tangy taste of pickles is perfect on sandwiches, pizza and even straight out of the jar. Seriously, so many of us love pickles that brands have even made foods flavored like them! We’re talking potato chips, popcorn seasoning and even vodka that taste like pickles.

People are even making Kool-Aid pickles, and believe it or not, they’re popular! Now, we’re seeing a recipe for ranch pickles all over TikTok, and we’re hooked on this snack. Plus, they are so easy to make!

How to Make Ranch Pickles

In the TikTok below, @mamacookslowcarb shows us how to make ranch pickles with only two ingredients—a jar of pickles and a packet of ranch seasoning. (You’ll want to use our staff’s favorite pickles to make this snack.)

@mamacookslowcarbShoutout to the original creator @snackqween these are my new favorite 🤤 #pickles #ranchpickles #lowcarb #lowcarbsnacks #fyp

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The first thing you’ll need to do is grab your a jar of dill pickles. This includes spears, chips or any other cut you desire—the flavor will come out the same. Next, take a packet of ranch seasoning powder, the same ones you use for other ranch-flavored recipes. Pour the powder into the pickle jar, stir gently and seal tightly. Then, shake!

Once the powder is evenly distributed and the pickle juice is almost opaque, pop your pickles in the fridge for a day or so before tasting.

Other TikTok Recipes We Love

So far, we’ve also learned how to make savory corn ribs—yes, ribs made out of corn—vegan bacon and a variety of tempting dump cakes. And, of course, we had to try out the insanely simple and delicious viral whipped coffee that broke the internet!

Recipes That Start with Ranch Seasoning
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Hannah Twietmeyer
Hannah is a writer and content creator based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a passion for all things food, health, community and lifestyle. She is a journalism graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a previous dining and drink contributor for Madison Magazine.