Baked Pickle Chips

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Skip the calories but not the flavor!  These oven baked pickle chips are a fun and light appetizer!

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Baked Pickle Chips are simple and light! #AppetizerWeek

I love German Restaurants.  I won’t lie, it’s mainly because of the oompah bands.  Who can resist that polka beat?  It’s always a party when the accordion is playing “roll out the barrel”.

Baked Pickle Chips

You sit family style along long, dining hall tables and everyone is your friend.  We raise our steins, stomp our feet as we belt out the chorus.  It’s a rousing good time.  Good beer, good music and good food.

Baked Pickle Chips

While fried pickles are not necessarily cuisine, some of the best I’ve ever tasted come from a local German restaurant.   They were tender on the inside and deep fried to perfection on the outside.  My mouth is watering as I type!  But, I don’t fry food.  So if I wanted these pickle chips I had to find a baked version.  And thankfully, I was able to do just that!

Baked pickle chips are simple, light and absolutely delicious!

Doing it up for the Super Bowl?  Having a party?  You will want these baked pickle chips!  They are easy, extremely delicious and the best part?  They are light!  Serve up a little ranch dressing on the side and get dipping!

 I’m having my own party.  It’s more of a German party.  I have the pickles and the beer.  I need some steins and maybe an accordion player.  Any ideas where I can find one of those?  Preferably one who plays “roll out the barrel”.


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Baked Pickle Chips #AppetizerWeek
  • ½ cup Panko bread crumbs
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 2 egg whites, lightly beaten
  • 32 low sodium kosher dill pickle chips.
  1. Preheat oven to 400. Heat a skillet over medium high heat. Add panko and cook until lightly toasted, about 2 minutes-stirring continually.
  2. Place panko in a bowl. Place flour in a second bowl and egg whites in a third bowl. Pat pickle chips dry. Dip pickles in flour, then egg whites and lastly into the panko crumbs. Arrange pickles in a single layer on a baking sheet. Bake for 8 minutes on each side or until crisp.
  3. Recipe Adapted from Cooking Light


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44 Responses

  1. I hate frying in my apartment but love pickle chips, these look so fun! thanks for sharing!

  2. Ben and I are addicted to the fried pickles at our neighborhood bar. Why have I not tried baking some at home?? Pinning this recipe and making for the super bowl!

  3. I had my first dill pickle potato chip last summer and developed a weird love of them (guilty pleasures, right?), so I’m thinking these baked pickle chips could be right up my alley. Excited to try them!

    • Aren’t they addictive??? I love being able to enjoy them without having them fried!

  4. Your pickle chips look terrific!!!

  5. These look so fun and tasty, Tanya! I love that they are baked because it makes them healthier AND less messy to cook. Pinned!

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  7. Ashley P

    I love to make BBQ meatballs or veggie pizza (cream cheese and ranch dressing mix on a crescent roll with broccoli and tomatoes on top) for parties.

  8. mary

    fried pickles in my area are known as frickles and served with a ranch dressing. Yummy and addictive.

    • mary

      my standard appetizer is garlicky artichoke dip.

  9. Maria

    My signature appetizer would be my homemade oven toasted Pita chips with homemade salsa :) at times I can’t help but get full before dinner starts just from the chips alone! They’re so addicting and healthy!

  10. I make a light spinach artichoke dip–a modified version of the skinnytaste one. :)

  11. We have so many German restaurants in Milwaukee but they’re all too “meaty” for me. These pickles, though? I could make a whole meal of them! Yumm!!

    • I did make a meal of them Cathy and I’ll probably do it again!

  12. These look totally delicious! Thanks so much for sharing this at the Creativity Unleashed party, I’m pinning this for sure!

  13. caroline mckinnon

    How awesome!!

  14. Hi Tanya! I just wanted to let you know that I will be featuring your delicious baked pickle chips on my blog later tonight!

    Thank you so much for linking up to Creativity Unleashed!

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  19. YAY! I am so excited about these! I told hubby the other I wished I had pickle chips. There are only a few out of the way restaurants where we live that offer pickle chips and I don’t like to fry things inside. These are going to be a hit!

    • You won’t believe how easy these are! You’ll make them all the time!


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