Bacon pickle fries

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These homemade fried pickles, also known as bacon pickle fries, are a super delicious and low-carb appetizer! A pickle spear, wrapped in smoky bacon and baked until crispy. They are everything a good appetizer should be!

Bacon pickle fries

Homemade fried pickles

Bacon pickle fries are the ultimate party food! They are salty, smoky, crispy and just everything a good appetizer should be. Best of all? These bacon pickles are super easy to make and only use 3 ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen! Pickles. Bacon. Oil. That’s all you need to create literally the best appetizer ever!

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Pickle fries

Are bacon pickle fries keto or low-carb?

I love pickle fries because they are delicious! FULL stop! But they are also low carb and keto friendly! So if you want to have an appetizer option that fits that diet then this is a great idea! Trust me when I say your keto friends will totally ask you for the recipe!

What can you serve with these easy fried pickles?

You can serve bacon pickle fries with the same things you would serve traditional fries:

  1. By themselves (my personal favorite).
  2. With ketchup.
  3. Ranch.
  4. Guacamole (a total crowd favorite).
  5. BBQ sauce.

And ultimately with whatever you crave and love. The salty, tangy, zmoky combo pairs great with pretty much anything.

Easy fried pickles

What are the best pickles to use for bacon wrapped pickles?

I love to use snack size pickles (I often make my own with this recipe) because they have the perfect bite size and you don’t need to cut them before (essentially saving you an extra step)

If you prefer to go with traditional pickles then quarter the pickle spear so they are smaller and easier to eat. That also keeps the pickle/bacon ratio optimal.

Make a large batch of these before any party, trust me when I say your guests will be head over heels in love with them and will go for “just one more”, yes, they are that addicting.

Bacon Pickles

Bacon pickles

Making these fries is so easy and quick, they’ll be done in no time!

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Cut the bacon strips into thirds. Wrap each pickle spear with one third bacon strip. Place in a baking dish. Brush the pickles with oil and take to the oven. Bake for 20 minutes or until crispy.

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Bacon pickle fries

These homemade fried pickles, also known as bacon pickle fries, are a super delicious and low-carb appetizer! A pickle spear, wrapped in smoky bacon and baked until crispy. They are everything a good appetizer should be!
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time25 minutes
Course: Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: bacon pickle fries, bacon pickles, easy fried pickles, homemade fried pickles, pickle fries
Servings: 24 fries
Author: Petro Neagu

Ingredients

  • 24 Small pickle spears
  • 8 Slices bacon
  • 1 Tbsp vegetable oil

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Cut the bacon strips into thirds.
  • Wrap each pickle spear with one third bacon strip. Place in a baking dish.
  • Brush the pickles with oil and take to the oven.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or until crispy.
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  1. Are these dill pickles?

    1. Hi, Cate. Yes, dill pickles