15 Pickle-Flavored Foods (for People Who Love Pickles)
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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For the perfect Bloody Mary, mix in this pickle vodka ($20). It’s the perfect accent to your afternoon dill and chill session. If you’re a big fan of pickles, you probably would enjoy making your own pickles at home. Here are 7 mistakes to avoid while doing that.
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Dill pickle popcorn seasoning
Take your popcorn from dull to delicious with this dill pickle popcorn seasoning ($17 for 6). You could also use this seasoning to 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 ($13.50) is perfect for drinking!
Van Holten’s pickle ice freeze pops
A hot day calls for a cool treat, and these pickle ice freeze pops ($14 for 2) will hit the spot.
This pickle juice sport drink ($12.50 for 6) is a great way to replenish lost minerals and nutrients after a hard workout. It actually contains ten times the amount of electrolytes found in most sports drinks. But these pickle products don’t even compare to the weirdest things you can get on Amazon.
Pickle candy canes
Why celebrate the holidays with peppermint candy canes when you can get pickle candy canes ($4.50)?
Dill pickle kraut krisps
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 ($3).