Dill Pickle Dip Tips
How can you make dill pickle dip your own?
Feel free to switch up the type of pickle
you use. Kosher pickles would be a fine substitute for dill, while hot and spicy pickles
would add some kick (as would red pepper flakes or a dash of your favorite hot sauce). Fresh dill would only amp up the delicious flavor of this dip, and a few chopped green onions wouldn't hurt, either!
What do you serve with dill pickle dip?
While we recommend that you serve dill pickle dip with pretzels or ridged potato chips, you could also serve it with veggies like carrot sticks, celery or even zucchini. Dill pickle dip would also make a flavorful spread for a ham sandwich.
How long will dill pickle dip last?
Keep the remaining dip in an airtight container in the fridge, where it should last for up to 2 days. It will thicken up in the fridge, so feel free to add a little more pickle juice if it needs thinning before enjoying again. Put these other homemade chip dips
on your radar for future parties, and remember there are plenty of other ways to eat pickles
if want more even after your dip is gone. —Lauren Pahmeier, Taste of Home Associate Editor
1/4 cup: 108 calories, 11g fat (6g saturated fat), 24mg cholesterol, 210mg sodium, 2g carbohydrate (2g sugars, 0 fiber), 2g protein.