Chocolate Covered Pickles




There are only two ingredients for this sweet, tangy and refreshing creation:

-Magic Chocolate Shell ( preferably homemade )

You can make the chocolate shell at :

Decorating your pickle is optional but its always fun to decorate. Be creative! You can decorate with M&Ms, gummies, licorice, jellybeans ect.



Step 1: Dry

I suggest drying your pickles before coating with chocolate as the chocolate will get really runny. After you dry, Take a skewer and poke through the pickle in the middle.

Step 2: Freeze

Then place the pickles in the freezer and leave in the freezer for 45 minutes. If the pickles are still soft, leave in the freezer longer. If the pickles are really hard after 30 minutes, take it out and continue to Step 3. The softness and hardness depends on your freezer.

Step 3: Coat

Once the pickles are taken out of the freezer, you need to do this step quickly. Coat all pickles with the chocolate and if you want to decorate, this would be a good time.

Step 4: Enjoy!

Place the pickles back in the freezer until you want to eat them. And enjoy. Please leave comments.



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    5 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I like chocolate and I like pickles but together... I don't know if that's a tasty combo...


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I made some. It is really weird! Everyone I show these to, think I am stupid. Of course, when they taste it, they change their mind. I eat them like I would eat a normal pickle, just a little trick, on my second batch, I added two coat of chocolate (I have let them sit for two hours in the congelator after the first coat) and this way, the chocolate doesn't "crack" when you start eating it.


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I like pickles. I like chocolate. Will I like chocolate pickles? Let's find out!