Every time I make these I can’t help but think of my grandfather and smile. We always called him “Dad” even though he was our grandfather. This was one of his summer favorites that he made when we spent summers out at the lake. I’m not a fan of sweet pickles at all, but these are really delicious! It’s a cool, sweet, yet tangy treat. If you like cucumber and/or pickles try them and see!
What You’ll Need:
1/4 cup of organic cane sugar
1/2 to 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar (Or vinegar of your choice…If you like the twang go with more, if not go with less.)
About 2 cups of water
Fill a Mason jar with sliced cucumbers to the top of the jar. Mix sugar and vinegar and stir until sugar dissolves. Pour sugar/vinegar mixture into the Mason jar. Slowly add water (about 2 cups) until the jar is full. Tightly place the lid on the jar and shake to mix. Place in the fridge for at least 1 hour.
Notes: These will keep in the fridge for about a week. They are by no means long terms pickles. In fact I only like them the first or second day they are made. After that to me they become too rubbery, but a friend of mine likes them after about 4 days. It’s completely a matter of your taste. You can also add in sweet onions or bell peppers to the mix for a bit of a change.