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Homemade Garlic Dill Pickles Recipe

Grab some cucumbers and make your own Homemade Garlic Dill Pickles with this simple recipe! These are great for snacks or with lunches!

garlic Pickles in jar

My kids have a way with pickles. A way to demolish every jar that comes into my house. They are very picky, and they love the Claussen Refrigerator Pickles. As the primary grocery shopper in this house, I hate the price tag! So why not make our own Homemade Garlic Dill Pickles?

cucumbers garlic and dill next to canning jars

Gather some pint-sized mason jars (about 6). Put them and their lids through the dishwasher on the hottest setting, or boil them. Putting them through at the hottest setting is to kill any bacteria. You don’t want you pickles going bad before you can enjoy them.

homemade pickles in a jar

In a large pot bring salt, water, and vinegar to a boil. Cut up your cucumbers in 1/4 cut off the tops. In each jar, place 2 cloves of garlic 2 sprigs of dill and 4-6 cut up cucumbers. I cut mine in spears just like Claussen’s.

Seal the Mason Jar lids and push the top down. Store in the fridge for 7 days. The longer they are in the liquid, the better the taste gets. ENJOY!

Have more cucumbers? Try this easy Sweet Pickle Relish Recipe!

Homemade Garlic Dill Pickles

Grab some cucumbers and make your own Homemade Garlic Dill Pickles with this simple recipe! These are great for snacks or with lunches!
Print Recipe
Prep Time:15 mins
Cook Time:10 mins
Total Time:25 mins

Equipment

  • Pint Mason Jars

Ingredients

  • 4 cups vinegar
  • 4 cups water
  • 1/4 cup salt
  • 12  sprigs Fresh Dill
  • 12 small cucumbers
  • 12  cloves garlic

Instructions

  • In a large pot bring salt, water, and vinegar to a boil.
  • Cut up your cucumbers in 1/4 cut off the tops.
  • In each jar place, 2 cloves of garlic 2 sprigs of dill and 4-6 cut up cucumbers.
  • Fill each Jar with the Brine just cover the cucumber. Seal the Mason Jar lids and push the top down.
  • Store in the fridge for 7 days for the flavors to develop. You can enjoy anytime after that. The longer they are in the liquid the better the taste gets. Makes 6 Pint Jars of pickles. ENJOY!

Notes

These are a brine pickle. They are best refrigerated. You could use a hot water canner to can these however it would change the texture of the pickle to be softer instead of crisp.

Nutrition

Calories: 78kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 4734mg | Potassium: 454mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 258IU | Vitamin C: 12mg | Calcium: 73mg | Iron: 1mg
Servings: 6 jars
Calories: 78kcal
Author: Amanda@AFewShortCuts.com

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