SweetHeat Bread & Butter Chips

We added a bit of heat to our traditional Mt. Olive Bread & Butter chip, and the result is a burst of flavor and just-right spiciness. Made with Sea Salt and sweetened with sugar. For a tangy and spicy crunch on your sandwiches and salads, do not miss these sweet and spicy bread and butter pickle chips from Mt. Olive!

SweetHeat Bread & Butter Chips (16 oz.) – 0930000132

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SweetHeat Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000132

Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000070

Bread & Butter Chips Made with Sugar - 0930000517

Bread & Butter Chips with Sea Salt - 0930000652

Hint of Salt Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000347

No Sugar Added Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000109

Organic Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000455

Simply Pickles Bread & Butter Chips - 0930000531

Bread & Butter Sliders - 0930000287

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A sandwich or salad is incomplete without spicy bread and butter pickles. For something new and delicious, try Mt. Olive’s SweetHeat Bread & Butter Pickle Chips made with Sea Salt. The addition of peppers to our traditional bread & butter pickle of cucumbers, vinegar, celery and mustard seeds, and onion flakes transforms this beloved treat into a zesty delight you’ll crave day after day.

For a spicy twist on your favorite dishes, SweetHeat Bread & Butter Pickle Chips are an amazing addition to any recipe. At your next barbecue, offer guests these mouth-watering pickle chips. They’ll be so impressed with the crunchy, sweet, and spicy flavor. If you find a unique way to use our SweetHeat Bread & Butter Pickle Chips, share your recipe with us!

Mt. Olive SweetHeat Bread & Butter Pickles are also available as spears, perfect for snacking and appetizers.

Love our classic bread & butter pickles? Then you’ll swoon over our SweetHeat Bread & Butter Pickle chips and spears.


Cucumbers, Sugar, Water, Vinegar, Sea Salt, Red Bell Pepper, Mustard Seeds, Onion Flakes, Calcium Chloride, Celery Seeds, Polysorbate 80, Natural Flavors, and Turmeric.

Nutritional Information

Serving Size: 1 ounce/ about 6 chips. Serving Per Container: Usually 10 Amount Per Serving Calories: 30

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g0%
Sodium 260mg11%
Total Carbohydrate 1g0%
Total Sugars 7g12%
Protein 0g0%

* Percentage of Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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SweetHeat Bread & Butter Chips
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 28 reviews
 by Carolyn Crawford

These pickle chips with sweet heat made a pickle lover out of me

 by Pat

Oh my! These pickles are soooo good. The jar said the pickles were new, sweet, and
hot, so I thought I would give them a try. That was 2 weeks ago. Today, I bought 3

 by J Rogers

Hands down the best pickles ever made if you like some heat. Make sure you buy several jars, they go quick.

 by Loraine

wow! So glad we tried these! They really deliver! So many things that say hot and turn out to just be wimpy warm, These pickles say heat and they mean it! Just right and really add pop to a sandwich or just some cheese and crackers!

 by Rob

These pickles are the best! Sweet at first but, slamming hot after taste! Pricy, so wait until they’re on sale. I usually can’t wait. That jar doesn’t last long!

 by Beth

Absolutely the best pickles! They are fantastic right out of the jar or with any meal. I usually keep my pantry stocked with the large jars, but sadly I’m having a hard time finding them now. I hope they are not being discontinued. love them! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

 by MW

I saw these in the store one day and gave them a try. Everyday since then I have bought two jars of the Sweet Heat spears! I love them. They’re the perfect blend of sweet and spicy. And like everyone else i crave these pickles so much that why I need two jars! Would definitely recommend, hope they keep this around.

 by Sustoc

These pickles are absolutely fantastic! Do they come in a larger jar? We go through the 16 oz. jar too quickly!

 by Aaron chesser

Love these pickles, i crave them, best that i have ever had, keep up the good work

 by MP

I’m addicted to these pickles! I stock up on them when I can find them (and save the juice to make pop-sicles!). Never stop making these!

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