Monday, January 30, 2012

In A Pickle Over Super Bowl Snacks?

How about one last dip this season... As soon as I saw Pickle Dip I knew I had to try it! Now, if you scoop this dip up on your finger you'll probably think "eh", the magic happens when you add potato chips:@)
Of course you do have to love dill pickles and this time I'm not even going to suggest veggies!
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Pickle Dip
8oz cream cheese, room temp
1/2 to 1 C dill pickles, finely diced-I used closer to 1 C
1 Tblsp Worcestershire sauce
Dill for garnish if desired
-Mix all and serve at room temperature with chips.

I found these beauties while perusing the pickle isle at Walmart, $1.62 of happiness! If you love pickles and like a little heat these peppers are great! I'd describe them as hot banana peppers in a bread and butter pickle brine. I've been eating them like M&M's!
I wouldn't hesitate to put a bowl of these out on a cheese and cracker tray or near sandwiches. And if you happen to find Cracker Barrel-Cracked Black Pepper Cheddar that's a beautiful thing too-yum:@)

I hope you all have a 'super' day:@)

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36 comments:

  1. We like Lay's Dill Pickle Flavored Chips so this is has got to be good!

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  2. Oh goodness gracious yum... I have a daughter who would adore this. She doesn't give a hoot about the Superbowl, but she would even watch football for pickle dip.

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  3. Oh, the dip and the salad peppers would make the folks at my home happy!

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  4. Need to get a jar of those. I shall have to try the dip too. I love Super Sunday food!

    Carol

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  5. Pickle dip... you sound amazing. Have you ever made olive dip, that is yummy also. Have a great week.

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  6. Oh, I was craving pickles so bad last night - and I'm way past the age of being pregnant. There wasn't a pickle to be found. Then this morning I see your recipe. Must go buy pickles.

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  7. Super! Simple! And, I have all the ingredients on hand.
    Now, may the best team win!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  8. Wow, those sound really great! I'll have to get some of those Sweet N Hot salad peppers!

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  9. Did you buy the cracked pepper cheese at the Cracker Barrel restaurant? Sounds so good. Thanks for your comment on my cake balls - and Yes, buy one ( mine cost $16 on sale) The ideas are endless and easy - I plan on making a bunch and freezing them - then I can pull them out to either dip in melted chocolate or just dip 1/2 in frosting and put into small cupcake liners - so much easier than Bakerella's way of mixing cream cheese or frosting with crumbled cake!

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  10. I am going to hard copy these and go to the store today! YUM! sandie

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  11. We are all pickle lovers in this house!

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  12. Oh yum...I wrote the recipe out and will have to give this a try one day!

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  13. No, Lynn! Don't stop giving recipes for those quick delicious dips that you are famous for! Those sports fans who eat in front of the TV would be disappointed. I who eat all my food at a beautifully set table at each meal would also be disappointed. (you believe that?). I love all kinds of pickles as snacks and as a meal as in fried. This dip looks like it would fit into my lifestyle just fine.------ Shannon

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  14. Awesome combo! I like the salt and vinegar chips, so I bet this is sort of similar to that.

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  15. Anything with dill rings my bell, or should I say hits the spot? Happy SBS!

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  16. What a great idea, I will remember this one. Diane

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  17. Since my hubby is not only a pickle lover but also a potato chip lover I'll bet he'd love this dip. I try not to buy potato chips just because he'll eat the whole bag in one sitting. But maybe for game day I'll let him have a treat ;)

    I'll have to look for those peppers, they sound great.

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  18. I love dill pickles and potato chips so this seems like a Super(bowl) winner to me!! xo Linda

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  19. Very interesting! You have found something really unique. You are such a good cook, Lynn.
    Hugs, Beth

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  20. I LOVE pickle dip! I love that this has Worcestershire in it!

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  21. Sounds different yet at the same time sounds good! I have a huge weakness for dip of any kind. I'll have to try this fer sure!

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  22. Oh this is my favorite dip. This one is a little different than mine so I so have to try it out!!

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  23. Hum. Might have to try this, we love dill pickles at my house.

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  24. Yum yum...sounds like a great snack....
    I love ANYthing (nearly) on potato chips.:))

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  25. This certainly would be an attention getter. We love pickles so I think I could find some room on the table for the dip. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  26. Pickle dip sounds like what I'd say when ticked off about a bothersome thing - Oh, pickle dip! Well, I never said it before but now I will.

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  27. Oh my, the pickle dish sounds delish! It's perfect Super Bowl party food.

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  28. Is it Super Bowl time again? LOL

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  29. This sounds so good. This seems so easy, I can see me making it for Sunday's game. Those pickles are worth a quick trip to Walmart.

    Lynn, Please go by my Etsy store I have a crewel piece with the cutest little pigs that you might like. Just sa thought.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/savannahsecretcellar

    Have a great week, Ginger

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  30. Oh my! Nothing could make my mouth water more than pickles and cream cheese and I don't know why I have never seen a dip like this! Talk about simple and wonderful. I definitely think I might be tempted to eat the whole bowlful and that would be a problem - wait if I were on a low carb diet and skipped the chips, I could have the bowlful couldn't I????

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  31. I wonder how it would be with sweet pickles, I don't like dill.
    I will try it!
    Enjoy the game! My aunt was a Mara, so I hope the Giants win.

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  32. Love pickles. Love chips. How could this possibly be bad?

    Thanks for the tip about the sweet/hot peppers. Hubby will go nuts over them!

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  33. Hi Lynn,
    I am a pickle nut, so of course I will just love this dip. I am putting it on my Super Bowl Menu. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  34. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great day and enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  35. OK, I LOVE pickles! However, when I made this I thought 1 T of Worcestershire was a bit much. I love Worcestershire also but would probably have done 1 t. If it needed more liquid I would add a splash of pickle juice. But it was loved by everyone at our family gathering.

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