Bacon Wrapped Pickles come together with only 3 ingredients. Each bite is crispy perfection and even better dipped in ranch.
Bacon Wrapped Pickles
Pickle Fries have to be the easiest recipe ever. Dill pickle spears are wrapped in smoky bacon and baked until crispy. It is so easy but this is the absolute best appetizer or snack. If you love bacon also try Bacon Wrapped Corn on the Cob.
Whether you are following the keto diet and need a low carb keto snack or just love pickles, this recipe is amazing. This keto friendly snack is so delicious that the entire family will love it.
We serve these with lots of ranch for dipping. It is always a hit. Plus, it is inexpenisve and so easy to make.
- Pickle Spears
- Slices Bacon
- Ranch Dressing
How to make Bacon Wrapped Pickles:
- Step 1 – Preheat the oven. It should be set to 425 degrees F.
- Step 2 – Prepare the pickle spears. Wrap a slice of the bacon around each pickle spear and then place it on a baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper.
- Step 3 – Bake until the bacon is crispy. Bake for 20-30 minutes (flipping the pickles halfway) until the bacon is cooked through and crispy.
- Step 4 – Enjoy these tasty pickles. Serve the pickles with the ranch dressing or your favorite dipping sauce. Serve and enjoy this yummy recipe.
How long to cook:
The pickle spears take 20 to 30 minutes to cook. Keep an eye on them as oven temperatures vary. They may not take the entire 30 minutes.
Once the bacon is cooked all the way through and crispy, it is ready. This recipe does not take long.
How to serve bacon wrapped pickles:
- These are delicious served with ranch for dipping. You can use store bought or we love this easy homemade ranch recipe.
- I think they would also be good dipped in blue cheese dressing.
- Try dipping in buffalo sauce if you like things spicy.
- Caesar Dressing is another yummy dipping sauce with this recipe.
We love to enjoy these for Game Day, parties, movie night or just for snacking. Since they are so easy to make, it is easy to enjoy any day of the week.
How to store:
These are best served fresh but you can refrigerate the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
Tips for bacon wrapped pickles:
- Do not use thick cut bacon. It takes longer to cook and does not get as crispy around the pickles.
- Pat the pickle spears dry using a paper towel before wrapping in bacon. Removing the excess liquid will help the bacon crisp up.
- Use a rimmed baking sheet so that the bacon grease does not spill over into the oven.
- It is helpful to line the baking sheet with foil or parchment paper. This will make cleanup so much easier.
- Flip the pickles half way through the baking process so both sides can get crispy.
Try adding cream cheese to the pickle spears for a change in flavor. Simply cut strips of cream cheese and place on top of the pickles. Then wrap with bacon to secure the cream cheese.
You can use toothpicks on each end to secure these together if necessary.
The entire family will love this easy snack.
From the smoky bacon flavor to the tart pickles, this comes together for an amazing recipe. Just add your favorite dipping sauce and enjoy this fabulous snack.
It is easy to make and does not disappoint. Give it a try today and see how yummy it is.
Once you make these, everyone will ask for them over and over. With just 3 ingredients, it is super easy.
Print this Bacon Wrapped Pickles recipe below:
Bacon Wrapped Pickles
- 12 Pickle Spears
- 12 Slices Bacon
- ½ cup Ranch Dressing
- Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
- Wrap a slice of the bacon around each pickle spear and then place it on a baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper.
- Bake for 20-30 minutes (flipping the pickles halfway) until the bacon is cooked through and crispy.
- Serve the pickles with the ranch dressing and enjoy!
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Made these tonight & drizzled jalapeño ranch on them. They were a big hit! Everyone loves them & I had to make more!
Do the pickles get soggy?? They look good
Not really. They dry out a little bit, but they are surprisingly delicious. They taste like fried pickles without the breading and not fried.