You thought we were insane when we served pickleback shots in a difficult situation shot glass. In any case, at that point we made pickle pizza, pickle hummus, pickle wings, and even pickle bread. What’s more, you got used to seeing pickle-seasoned everything … or so you thought. What you hadn’t foreseen were pickle sweets. How right? How would anyone be able to in his or her correct personality make pickle cupcakes? Gracious no doubt, we went there.To most (even the most energetic pickle eaters), the thought is loathsome. It sounds like an unusual pregnancy desiring that is gotten WAY crazy. In any case, I guarantee that the cupcake itself isn’t that terrible. With about a large portion of the sugar of a typical cupcake, it’s not sweet which makes the dill and slashed pickles not soooo odd. Consider it like a biscuit with a fluffier cupcake crumb.But things got truly unusual with the icing. We couldn’t choose what might taste scrumptious on a cake made with pickle juice. Nutty spread? Chocolate? Vanilla buttercream? The appropriate response: possibly nothing. We attempted however. The kitchen group voted that a not really sweet cream cheddar icing would be ideal. Furthermore, when our astounding test kitchen colleague Makinze proposed a sprinkle of whiskey as well (picklebacks, duh!), we thought the combo was a certain fire win. Taste analyzers, be that as it may, were for the most part befuddled. They didn’t recognize what to think. Most didn’t precisely disdain like it, however they favored the cupcake sans icing.