With 5 basic ingredients, this 5 Minute Dill Pickle Dip will become your go-to easy chip dip for game days, holidays, potlucks, and more. Everyone loves this tasty cream cheese dill dip!
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When it comes to party prep and snack table ideas, quick and easy is the name of my game.
That's just one of the reasons I love this dill pickle dip with ham.
And I'm not the only one - whether I make this for family night, game day, or the holidays, it's always the first dip to disappear!
Why You'll Love This Dip
- Ready in less than 5 minutes
- Every bite is full of delicious dill flavor
- Only a handful of ingredients
- Cheap & easy party appetizer
- Great for game day
What You'll Need
Only 5 ingredients in these easy chip dip!
- Cream cheese
- Ranch seasoning mix
- Dill pickles
- Deli ham
- Green onion
How to Make Pickle Dip
This cream cheese dill dip is beyond easy to make!
- In a medium mixing bowl, combine the cream cheese and dry ranch dressing mix until smooth.
- Stir in the chopped pickles, ham, and green onions.
- Serve with crackers, chips, or cut vegetables.
Recipe Tips & Tricks
- You can serve this dip immediately but I like to pop it back into the fridge before serving.
- This pickle dip can be shaped into a ball and served as a cheese ball.
- Serve with a variety of things to dip, so everyone can try different flavors and texture combos.
- If serving this at a summer potluck, just keep an eye out for it not to get too soft and melty.
- Omit the ham to make it vegetarian.
- Substitute corned beef in place of the ham, to recreate a dill pickle wrap.
- Add some fresh dill on top for presentation.
- Use a mixture of sour cream and cream cheese, for a slightly more tangy flavor.
This pickle dip recipe is usually served with plain chips or crackers. However, you can also serve it with cut veggies, like carrots, celery, and pepper, or even pieces of fresh bread.
You can also serve this tasty dill pickle dip with homemade tortilla chips.
You can store this cream cheese dip for crackers in the fridge for up to 5 days. Just keep it in an airtight container and enjoy it whenever you'd like.
You can use whatever type of pickles you want. I prefer baby dill or pickle spheres, as they provide a bit more crunch and substance than sliced pickles.