I found a recipe for Honey Bread and Butter Pickles in Canning for a New Generation and decided to give it a try. I’m reluctant to continue to call these pickles bread and butter pickles since they’re missing one of the key components I generally associate with bread and butter pickles – the sweetness factor. I actually doubled the amount of honey called for in the recipe. They were still not what I would consider sweet, and I tend to have a fairly low tolerance for sweet. The recipe still turned out a wonderful pickle, it’s slightly different from a traditional dill, and has the additional bonus of not containing any cane sugar. I also didn’t bother with canning these pickles, although, this recipe is perfect for canning if you want to put in the extra work. I simply decided to save some time and store then in the refrigerator for up to a month, and gift a few jars.