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Easy Pickle Wrap Dip Appetizer Recipe

Transforming your beloved poppable appetizer into an irresistible dip, Pickle Wrap Dip is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Indulge in this gluten-free recipe that promises addictive flavor.

Pickle Lovers Rejoice. It’s got all the ingredients that make up a dill pickle wrap. Yet, it is so much faster and easier to make! All the yummy taste of pickle wraps.

Just put the handful of ingredients in a bowl, give it a mix, and let it chill. That is if you can resist digging into it right away.

This dip is perfect for serving at parties, gatherings, potlucks, or any casual get-together where finger foods are enjoyed. Football season parties, baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties, even Holiday gatherings.

It’s the perfect tasty little bites as a party appetizer. It pairs well with crackers, chips, or vegetable sticks for dipping.

Easy Pickle Wrap Dip Appetizer Recipe

Pickle Wrap Dip

Pickle roll-ups, a timeless Midwestern easy appetizer, is served nationwide for good reason—it’s simply irresistible! Bursting with flavor, especially for pickle enthusiasts, this dip evokes a wave of nostalgia for anyone familiar with Midwestern cuisine.

Ingredients

This easy-to-make dip requires only 4 simple ingredients and can be served with buttery crackers or crisp veggies. It’s quite an addictive appetizer.

Cream cheese: While this recipe calls for full-fat cream cheese, you can opt for reduced-fat or fat-free versions if preferred. Ensure it’s softened to near room temperature for easy mixing.

Sour cream: Whether full-fat, reduced-fat, or fat-free, any variation works well. If you’re not a fan of sour cream, plain Greek yogurt can be substituted. Alternatively, you can omit the sour cream altogether and add a few tablespoons of pickle juice to achieve the desired consistency in your creamy dip.

Dill Pickles: While I prefer dill pickles, feel free to use your favorite variety. Bread and butter pickles, and sweet pickles are also excellent choices for this recipe. Actually, we always  have to make two batches, one with sweet pickles and one with dill pickles. Pro Tip. It is easier to dice the pickle chips versus whole dill pickles.

Ham: Choose your preferred ham from the deli meat counter and finely chop it. We love our thin sliced deli ham.  More specifically honey ham. Alternatively, you can use dried beef or chipped beef, corned beef, or even salami as tasty alternatives.

Four Ingredient Ham and Pickle Dip

How to Make Dill Pickle Dip

In a medium sized mixing bowl, combine cream cheese and sour cream until thoroughly mixed. Use a hand mixer. However, if your cream cheese is softened enough, you can do this by hand.

Dice the pickles and ham. Fold the chopped pickles and ham into the cream cheese mixture.

Cover this delicious dipwith plastic wrap and chill until ready to enjoy.

It’s really one of the best dip recipes. Everyone loves when my daughter makes her pickle rollups. Now they have more party appetizers to choose from for their snacking options.

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Easy Pickle Wrap Dip Appetizer Recipe

Transforming your beloved poppable appetizer into an irresistible dip, Pickle Wrap Dip is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Indulge in this gluten-free recipe that promises addictive flavor.
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time0 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: afterschool snack, appetizer, dip, easy recipe, Gameday food, Holiday recipe, summer party
Servings: 10 Servings
Calories: 105kcal

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Ingredients

  • 8 Ounces Cream Cheese Softened
  • 4 Ounces Sour Cream
  • 1 Cup Dill Pickle Chips Finely Diced
  • 1 Cup Ham Slices Diced

Instructions

  • In a medium sized mixing bowl, combine sour cream and softened cream cheese until thoroughly mixed. If your cream cheese is softened enough, you can do this by hand.
    8 Ounces Cream Cheese, 4 Ounces Sour Cream
  • Dice the pickles and ham. Fold the chopped pickles and ham into the cream cheese mixture.
    1 Cup Dill Pickle Chips, 1 Cup Ham Slices
  • Chill until ready to enjoy. For the best flavor chill at least 1 hour for the flavors to meld.

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Recipe tips for making Dill Pickle Wrap Dip

Here are some recipe tips for making Pickle Wrap Dip:
1. Soften cream cheese and sour cream: Make sure to bring the cream cheese and sour cream to room temperature before mixing to ensure smooth and even consistency.
2. Adjust pickle flavor: Taste the dip as you go. If you like more pickle flavor, add a small amount of pickle brine according to your preference for pickle flavor. Start with a smaller amount and add more gradually until it reaches your desired taste.
3. Experiment with pickles: Try different types of pickles such as dill, bread and butter, or spicy pickles to customize the flavor of the dip to your liking.
4. Customize the meat: Feel free to experiment with different types of deli meats such as ham, turkey, or even bacon to add variety to the dip.
5. Serve with a variety of dippers: Provide an assortment of dipping options such as crackers, pretzels, tortilla chips, pita chips, green onions, or vegetable sticks to cater to different preferences.
6. Make ahead: You can prepare the dip ahead of time and refrigerate it until ready to serve. Just give it a good stir before serving to redistribute any settled ingredients.

What is the Best Way to Store Pickle Wrap Dip?

The best way to store Pickle Wrap Dip is in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Make sure the container has a tight-fitting lid to prevent air exposure, which can cause the dip to dry out or absorb odors from the fridge. Stored properly, the dip should last for about 3-5 days. Before serving leftovers, give the dip a good stir to redistribute any separated ingredients.

Nutrition

Calories: 105kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 24mg | Sodium: 559mg | Potassium: 161mg | Fiber: 0.1g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 109IU | Vitamin C: 0.4mg | Calcium: 100mg | Iron: 0.3mg

Pickle Wrap Dip

Recipe tips for making Dill Pickle Wrap Dip

Here are some recipe tips for making Pickle Wrap Dip:

1. Soften cream cheese and sour cream: Make sure to bring the cream cheese and sour cream to room temperature before mixing to ensure smooth and even consistency.

2. Adjust pickle flavor: Taste the dip as you go. If you like more pickle flavor, add a small amount of pickle brine according to your preference for pickle flavor. Start with a smaller amount and add more gradually until it reaches your desired taste.

3. Experiment with pickles: Try different types of pickles such as dill, bread and butter, or spicy pickles to customize the flavor of the dip to your liking.

4. Customize the meat: Feel free to experiment with different types of deli meats such as ham, turkey, or even bacon to add variety to the dip.

5. Serve with a variety of dippers: Provide an assortment of dipping options such as crackers, pretzels, tortilla chips, pita chips, green onions, or vegetable sticks to cater to different preferences.

6. Make ahead: You can prepare the dip ahead of time and refrigerate it until ready to serve. Just give it a good stir before serving to redistribute any settled ingredients.

What is the Best Way to Store Pickle Wrap Dip?

The best way to store Pickle Wrap Dip is in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Make sure the container has a tight-fitting lid to prevent air exposure, which can cause the dip to dry out or absorb odors from the fridge. Stored properly, the dip should last for about 3-5 days. Before serving leftovers, give the dip a good stir to redistribute any separated ingredients.

Can you Use Pickle Relish?

Yes, you can use pickle relish in place of chopped dill pickles in your Pickle Wrap Dip recipe. Since pickle relish is already finely chopped into small pieces and has a slightly different texture than diced pickles, it may alter the consistency of the dip slightly. However, it will still add that delicious pickle flavor to your dip.

Adjust the amount of relish according to your taste preferences and consider draining any excess liquid from the relish before adding it to the dip to prevent the dip from becoming too watery.

How to Make Dill Pickle Dip

Can you freeze dip with cream cheese?

While you can freeze Pickle Wrap Dip, it’s not typically recommended due to the dairy components (cream cheese and sour cream) which can change in texture when frozen and thawed. Freezing may cause the dip to become watery or grainy upon thawing, altering its consistency and potentially affecting the overall taste.

It’s generally recommended to consume the dip within a few days of making it for the best taste and texture. If you anticipate having leftovers, consider storing them in the refrigerator rather than freezing them.

We hope you enjoyed this easy dip recipe. If this is the first time trying this one, you’re in for a treat. The next time you are hosting a party or have to bring a dish to pass, consider making this. Here are a few more delicious recipes for you to explore.

AboutVictoria

You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has cooked in restaurants for over 20 years, including many larger parties. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.

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