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Pickle Dip

Rated as 4.62 out of 5 Stars

"Awesome homemade dip recipe served best with potato chips. Simple to make and simply wonderful to consume. Feel free to adjust ingredients to personal tastes. If you love pickles, you will never buy a store-bought dip again. Serve cold or at room temperature with potato chips."
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10 m servings 75
Original recipe yields 18 servings (2 1/4 cups)


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  1. Mix sour cream, cream cheese, pickles, Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, and dill weed together in a bowl. Stir dill pickle juice into the dip in small increments until it meets your personal taste preference.


  • Cook's Notes:
  • For best results, chill the dip for a few hours or overnight to allow the cheese to thicken and for the flavors to blend.
  • You can also add chopped peppers for angry pickle dip.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 75 calories; 7 1.8 1.5 19 155 Full nutrition

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No changes and yes will definitely make again

This stuff is so good! I first made it for a gathering and everyone thought it was great. I made it again recently, and reminded myself how yummy it is. I made the recipe exactly as written.

Made this for a party along with several other dips and this one was the clear winner by number of compliments . Everyone hovered over the bowl and fought over who dipped next! I made it the day...

This was a huge hit at our work potluck. I used my grandmother's Russian dill pickles which are a bit sweet and added a bit of yogurt to mellow out the mayo. Great with both chips and veggies ...

So easy and quick to make. We found it's better the longer you let chill. Served with veggies and chips.

The raves and reviews I have received from this dip say it all! Extremely tasty, and delicious! Use zesty pickles to amp up the spice factor just a bit! I've made this so many times! :)

This is good, but I felt like it needed something else. So I added some chopped up some Vidalia onion and some turkey ham. Yum!!!

I've made this divine dip twice. The first time was with no variation. The second time (today) was with fresh, organic garlic (minced), and Old Bay seasoning instead of Worcestershire. Both were...

I found this recipe because my 91 year old father-in-law couldn't remember his dill pickle dip recipe! I had never tried it. My changes were the amounts of dill, garlic, and worcestershire sauce...