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This pickle wrap dip is an easy to make appetizer that delivers all the delicious flavors of traditional pickle wraps that is sure to please your guests!
Pickle wraps were first introduced to me when my family moved to Michigan and celebrated our first Friendsgiving. From the first bite, I was OBSESSED. There was only one problem – I was awful at recreating this dish.
Seems crazy right? Pickle wrap appetizers are pretty simple but by the time I cut them and had them back in a container they would be falling apart.
Pickle Wrap Dip
Making pickle wraps into a dip form seemed like the best bet! I created this recipe after trying a couple that I had found elsewhere that missed the mark. This dip gives you all the flavors you’re used to and allows you freedom to control how much PICKLE flavor you get in each bite!
My favorite flavor in this dip is the pickle. I always go heavy on the pickle juice… try adding it slowly to this pickle wrap dip recipe and be sure to measure so you know how much to add next time you make it! You can also add more chopped pickles to give it an extra kick.
Be sure to grab your favorite crackers, pretzels or tortilla chips to serve with this appetizer. You can also serve this in wrap form for a quick grab and go snack for your special occasion.
On the rare occasion that this dip isn’t completely consumed on the day it’s made, it should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. I would recommend keeping no longer than 3 days.
Be sure to check out my RECIPE section for more delicious bites!
Pickle Wrap Dip
- Food Processor
- Serving Dish
- 2 Blocks Cream Cheese, softened
- 1 Cup Dill Pickles, Chopped
- 2 Packets Buddig Beef, Chopped
- Pickle Juice to Taste
- Using a food processor, chop pickles and then chop Buddig Beef.
- Place 2 softened cream cheeses in a bowl and stir.
- Add chopped pickles and beef. Stir.
- Add pickle juice to taste starting with 2 TBSP's and then 1 TBSP until desired flavor is achieved.
- Serve with crackers, pretzels or tortilla chips.