16 Pickle-Flavored Foods (for People Who Love Pickles)
You can find pickle flavor in all sorts of places, from potato chips to candy. Here's a look at the most dill-icious pickle-flavored foods!
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Pickle Hard Seltzer
This seltzer promises to be “somethin’ tasty, tangy and downright zany.” It started out as an April Fools’ Day joke, but has turned into the real dill. This limited release is called Afternoon Dillight—and we recommend hopping on the preorder VIPickle list to snag a case.
Take your snack game to the next level with Grillo’s Pickle de Gallo. It puts plain ol’ salsa to shame.
Take your popcorn from dull to delicious with this dill pickle popcorn seasoning. You could also use this seasoning to add pickle flavor to potatoes, salad or pasta.
A hot day calls for a cool treat, and these pickle ice freeze pops will hit the spot.
Sunflower seeds are a protein-packed snack and these dill pickle sunflower seeds pack a zesty punch.
This pickle juice sport drink is a great way to replenish lost minerals and nutrients after a hard workout. It actually contains 10 times the amount of electrolytes found in most sports drinks.
Briny and full of pickle flavor, this pickle juice soda is unlike any drink we’ve had!
This pickle salt is the perfect seasoning to add a bit of pickle flavor to anything on your plate, from corn to meats and marinades, or any recipe that calls for seasoning salt.