This creamy DILL PICKLE DIP comes together with just 4 ingredients and is ready to eat in minutes! It’s the perfect dip for chips and everyone raves over it!
It seems like pickles have been having a moment lately. It’s their time to shine.
We’ve got pickled flavored foods that you’d never expect, we have the biggest variety of pickles in the stores that I’ve ever seen, and there are people on TikTok that just sit and eat pickles while you watch. <— I try to avoid those, because it honestly just makes me crave pickles.
I’m a total pickle girl, and dill pickles are where it’s at! Especially when they’re chopped up and mixed with cream cheese to make the most amazing chip dip!
This dill pickle dip is seriously life changing – it’s SO EASY, made with just four ingredients, and you can have it on your table in minutes! Obsessed.
Other favorite dips of mine include Rotel dip, BLT dip, and keto spinach dip.
Pickles – Dill pickles work best here, but use your favorite brand. We like Claussen.
Cream Cheese – Let it set out for 30 minutes to come to room temperature.
Worcestershire Sauce – Adds a savory depth to the dip.
Dill – The perfect way to top off this pickle dip is with some fresh or dried dill.
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“Your stunning pictures really make this recipe look delicious, so I had to try it! WOW! My entire household is in love with this dip, I’m going to have to make this every week! Thanks for sharing!” – Sam
How to Make Pickle Dip:
Chop: Chop the pickles as fine or as chunky as you’d like.
Mix: Stir the pickles, pickle juice, and Worcestershire into the soft cream cheese.
Serve: Sprinkle with fresh or dried dill just before serving.
What to serve with pickle dip:
We love this dill pickle dip with a sturdy chip like Ruffles. The dip is fairly thick, so you’ll want a chip that can stand up to it.
Ritz crackers and pretzel thins are also good options.
Keep things low carb by dipping fresh veggies or pork rinds in your pickle dip!
Leftover dip? Spread the dip on a flour tortilla, add a couple slices of deli ham, and roll it up for a quick lunch or snack!
Store tightly covered in the fridge for up to 3 days.
There are a few ways to do this. You can of course leave it on the counter (covered) until it reaches room temperature. The microwave will also work but it can be tricky and it may not soften evenly.
Another option is to use warm water. You can leave the cream cheese sealed in the foil it comes in (but not the box) and place that into a bowl of warm water, flipping it every few minutes until it softens.
You can also try cutting the cream cheese into small pieces, placing it into a mixing bowl, and then wrapping a dish towel dampened in hot water around the bottom of the bowl.
We much prefer dill pickles in this dip, but any variety you like should work well. We buy whole pickles and chop them up, but any shape of pickle is fine.
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Dill Pickle Dip
- 8 ounces cream cheese softened
- 3/4 cup chopped dill pickles
- 2 tablespoons pickle juice
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- dill for garnish, if desired
- Add the cream cheese, chopped pickles, pickle juice, and Worcestershire sauce to a small bowl and stir to combine.
- Serve immediately, or refrigerate until ready to use.
- Sprinkle with fresh or dried dill just before serving.
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