Pickle Dip

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Every party needs a dip. No, I’m not talking about your husband, but the best party dip that ever graced a cracker!  It’s called Pickle Dip.

Sounds gross right?  I thought so when I first heard about it.  But in reality, it’s basically the same as those roll ups people make with the pickles, cream cheese and ham slices or corned beef.  This is so much easier though!  And off topic, those roll ups?  I use a green onion (not the dill pickle) and roll it up with a slice of ham and cream cheese.  And I only use the green part of the onion.  Look at that!  You are getting two recipes with this post!

Every time I make this and bring it to a party, I bring home an empty dish.  There are never any leftovers and I’m not exaggerating.  So be sure to put a little aside for yourself, that way you have some when you get home from the party.

Please give this a try because you will regret it if you just scroll on by.










  • 1 package corned beef
  • 1 container of whipped cream cheese
  • Baby dill pickles (I actually use dill relish.  HUGE time saver.)


  1. Chop up corned beef and pickles
  2. Mix ingredients together in a bowl
  3. Chill for 2 hours (If you can resist.  It is definitely better the longer you let it chill in the refrigerator.)

That’s it!  Now you can add more or less of any or all ingredients, depending on taste.  I’ve used more or less because I rarely measure when making this bowl of deliciousness.  I look into the bowl when I’m done and see if the color ratio is good.  Is there enough green, pink and white in there?  Yep!  Then I’m done.

NOTE: Don’t be that person that brings a dip to a party and not the crackers to dip with!  I highly recommend the Toasteds Party Pack.  That way you have a variety of different kinds of crackers to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.

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