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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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perfect Bloody Mary, mix in this pickle vodka ($20). It’s the perfect accent to your afternoon dill and chill session.
For around $11, you can score yourself a bucket of
Grandpa Joe’s cotton candy that tastes just as tangy as a pickle straight from the jar.
Take your popcorn from dull to delicious with this
dill pickle popcorn seasoning ($17 for 6). You could also use this seasoning for add pickle flavor to potatoes, salad or pasta.
If you love the juice, but don’t want the actual pickles, check out this gallon of goodness. This
dill juice ($19) is perfect for drinking! See what else you can do with pickle juice.
Salt, vinegar, and a touch of dill give these
gourmet Virginia peanuts ($10) just the right amount of pickle flavor. These peanuts would be delish in this snack mix.
A hot day calls for a cool treat, and
these pickle ice freeze pops ($6) will hit the spot.
Sunflower seeds are a protein-packed snack and
these dill pickle sunflower seeds ($26 for 12) pack a zesty punch.
You may have tried the
pickle juice slush at Sonic. But have you ever had a pickle-flavored snow cone? Now’s your chance to make one with this dill pickle snow cone syrup ($15).
tin of hard candy ($7) tastes like “sliced hamburger pickles.” What’s not to love?
pickle juice sport drink ($13 for 6) 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.
Why celebrate the holidays with peppermint candy canes when you can get
pickle candy canes ($8)? Pair with Archie McPhee’s pizza candy canes for a well-balanced meal.
Briny and full of pickle flavor, this
pickle juice soda ($3) is unlike any drink we’ve had!
gummi pickle ($6) looks just like the ones Grandma used to make. FYI: This isn’t a sweet treat; it’s packed full of real dill pickle flavor.
What goes better with the tangy taste of a dill pickle than the flavor of sauerkraut? If you love the flavor of all things pickled, you’ll love these
dill pickle kraut krisps ($4).
pickle salt ($4) 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. Reader Interactions
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