Try these tangy-sweet bread-and-butter pickles on a tuna sandwich or chopped in a tartar sauce for fish fillets. Serve these at your next BBQ and then send your family and friends home with a jar as a great hostess gift! This can also be made with cider vinegar.
The quick and easy way to some really great, spicy pickles! I was amazed how much I enjoyed these! If you like it spicier you can add more ground cayenne pepper or Jalapenos or any other favorite spicy pepper. If made correctly, the pickle will bubble in your mouth! You can leave the cucumbers whole or quartered. You can substitute sea salt for the pickling salt.
My great grandma’s bread and butter pickle recipe. This is a canning recipe, so you’ll have some for the whole winter!
These sweet and cinnamony pickles are a hit in our region, but we have an aunt from Kansas that remembers them from her childhood.
This recipe was given to me by a good friend and neighbor 30 years ago. Buryl has been gone for 25 years, but this recipe lives on.
These are the pickles that were present at every family event. One taste and memories of summer and our grandparents – Bill and Beatrice Cooper – come flooding back. Enjoy!
When I was in Grade 3, my teacher had our class make these…my mom copied the recipe, and I have hung on to it ever since!
Like a bread and butter pickle and really super easy. You can even play with the proportions a bit. I like to increase the vinegar, salt and spices a bit but you could make it sweeter too. Be prepared to make this one over and over if you have any pickle lovers in the house.
This is a great refrigerator pickle recipe. In just 24 hours you have great tasting bread-and-butter-style pickle. I grow my own pickles during the summer and love to make these for my friends and family! They never last the full 3 weeks of the refrigerator shelf life!
At the end of summer during the Great Depression the excess cucumber crop was sliced, salted, pickled, and put up in jars for the cold, lean months ahead. I can just imagine what a treat it was to fill a sandwich with these sweet crunchy coins (bread and butter pickles, as they came to be known). I’m sure it was a wonderful break from what must have been a fairly flavorless existence. For longer storage, you can process the pickles in canning jars in a boiling water canner.
Classic ‘bread and butter’ pickles are perfect with lunches, picnics and barbecues.
These pickles take two weeks in the refrigerator, but are well worth the wait.
An old fashioned recipe that is different from most pickles. Cucumbers and onions are pickled in a mustard sauce made with turmeric and celery seed.
My grandmother used to make these many years ago and all of us looked forward to dinner at her home where she would serve them. She is now 98 years old and it is up to her grand daughters to make them for her.
Tasty pickles that take some time, but are easy to make. One crunch and you’ll agree they are worth the wait!
Extremely easy pickle recipe.
I got this recipe from an old family friend. She used to make us these pickles when we were kids. It is a really simple recipe, and the hardest part is not eating the pickles before they are ready. You can add pimentos, sliced bell peppers, or whole garlic cloves to the vinegar solution as alternative options.
This pickle recipe was handed down to me. I have been making these for at least 20 years from cucumbers my Dad grows in his garden. I give them to friends and family and have trouble keeping up with the orders. The recipe is the star here as these are the best bread and butter pickles I’ve ever found. These don’t need to be refrigerated until you open a jar.
This recipe was handed down to me by my mother Sofia, whose pickles were always in great demand.
These cinnamon-flavored sweet pickles are a bit like candied apples. Kind of time consuming but worth the time.