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How to Make Pickle Popsicles

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The left over juice from a pickle jar can be frozen to make some tasty popsicles. This is a page about how to make pickle popsicles.
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These popsicles are made from pickle juice. My grandkids love them. Pour the pickle juice in Popsicle molds, and freeze. The kids love them, and even my pregnant niece loves them.

Source: They sell them at my grandson's T-ball games.

By SHARON from Vian, OK

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July 9, 20090 found this helpful

I am going to try this because I hate just pouring the juice down the drain and love the flavor of pickles! Vlasic Zesty Dills happen to be my favorite ;-)

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July 12, 20090 found this helpful

Our school concession stand has been doing this for years using small cups and coffee stirrers for sticks. The kids love them.

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September 20, 20150 found this helpful

My granddaughter has always loved "pickle-cicles"! She also loves to drink the juice from the jar. A former Chick-fil-a employee once told they marinate the chicken used for their sandwiches in dill pickle juice.

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June 23, 20190 found this helpful

Wonderful idea, as my refrig is full of old pickle juice in jars w/o anymore pickles (Bubbies Dill). (can I dump these all together or is each fermentation product a bit different even from same maker? The headline summary says "This is a guide about how to make pickle popsicles."

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I see no such thing here, only comments. No practical information or guides, etc. Where do I find this guide? Thank you.

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