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Easy Freezer Pickles

"Relates Lucile Johnson of Red Oak, Iowa, 'These crisp, no-cook pickle slices are so simple to fix.'"
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15 m servings
Original recipe yields 48 servings

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  1. In a large container, combine cucumbers, onion and salt; mix well. Let stand for 3 hours, stirring occasionally. Drain and rinse. In a bowl, combine remaining ingredients; let stand for 2-3 hours, stirring often. Pour over the cucumber mixture and stir well. Pack into 1-pt. freezer containers, leaving 1-in. headspace. Cover and freeze up to 6 weeks. Thaw before serving.

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WOW!! This is a fantastic & Yummy recipe. It is easy & just works so well.I also used Burpless cucumbers. Soooo Good!! Thanks for sharing with us.

Never made a pickle before and now I wonder why that is! These are just delicious. Because this was a total experiment, I quartered the recipe, to save money if it was a flop, but the money fo...

I conducted a blind taste test between these and another "easy" recipe on here. These Freezer Pickles won, hands down. I only gave this recipe 4 stars because I needed to add some dill weed. It...

Crispy, Easy, and really, really tasty. Make this over and over from the garden's bounty.

So easy and simple. Good for when you don't have enough cukes to make a large batch of pickles. Stays crispy.

These were quite easy and delicious! My only issue was it needed more clarity with the storage time. I read elsewhere that the pickles would be just as good stored up to a year... I'll let you k...

the absolute best sweet pickle i ever made

Simple and tasty. I left out the alum and while they weren't crisp, they still tasted great. I typically make half a batch (I don't get 8 pounds of cucumbers from my garden at one time!) and p...