Calling for a whopping 1-1/2 cups leftover pickle brine and speckled with fresh dill, this pickle juice bread sounds so interesting. Plus, look at that delicious bake! Get the recipe at No Thyme to Waste.
Even if you're not making your own bread, you can still put pickle juice to use with a dill avocado toast. I've seen a lot of avocado toast recipes over the past couple of years, and this is the most intriguing variation I've spied. Get all the details at The Healthy Maven.
While you can replace all or part of the vinegar in your standard vinaigrette with pickle brine, this pickle juice dressing is so much more than a simple swap. With vibrant flavors like sun-dried tomato and cayenne pepper, I can't wait to give it a try. Get the recipe at Emma Frisch.
Pickle juice makes for a cheap and easy brine for chicken. Moist and delicious chicken is just a few pantry and fridge staples away. Get the recipe at Better Homes & Gardens.
This pickle-brined chicken has a bonus condiment: spicy pickle dip. Pickles and sriracha? Yes, please. Get the recipe at Sugar Dish Me.
You could use your leftover pickle juice to make...more pickles! But don't feel confined to the cucumber variety. These radish pickles sound perfect for snacking or for topping tacos. Get the details at Clossette.
Forget vegetables altogether and pickle some eggs instead. I bet these would make an amazing egg salad. Get the details at In Erika's Kitchen.
For the adventurous eater, how about a pickle pop? Perfect for a warm day. Read more at Amy Bayliss.
This whiskey-and-pickle-juice cocktail sounds like a great way to perk up Friday's post workweek happy hour. It will surely make you pucker up in a wonderful way. Get the recipe at Good. Food. Stories.
These two cocktail recipes -- one vodka, one gin -- are made with refreshing ingredients including a brine from homemade pickles. Sounds like a fun (and delicious!) weekend project. Get the recipes at JJBegonia.
Chicken isn't the only protein you can brine in pickle juice. This grilled skirt steak gets a quick bath in leftover pickle brine for extra tender results and a zesty flavor. Get the recipe at Jess Pryles.