New to Sauerkraut? No Problem!

Salad Dressing:

Whether you’re a new fan or an avid sauerkraut consumer, we’ve got some creative ways to enjoy this crunchy treat that you’ll be sure to tell your friends about.

Recipe for Avocado Citrus Dressing

Take that last bit of kraut and juice and blend it until smooth. Use it in addition to or in place of vinegar. Add your favorite herbs and spices and toss with a veggie-filled green salad. 

Breakfast Topping:

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If you’ve never topped a fried egg or avocado toast with sauerkraut, we highly recommend you do so! Sauerkraut also makes a great topping on breakfast hash, hashbrowns, and omelets. 

Tuna & Chicken Salad:

tuna salad

These salad recipes often call for chopped pickles or relish. We like it with pickles, relish, AND sauerkraut! 
Luckily, Bubbies Fine Foods makes all three, and they’re all naturally fermented. 

Wrap It:

Recipe for Sweet & Sauer(kraut) Wrap

Adding drained sauerkraut to a wrap gives extra crunch and texture and can be a great replacement if you’ve run out of lettuce or sprouts. 


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Our spicy sauerkraut is the perfect topping for an Asian noodle salad or warm noddle bowl. 


Bubbies Brownies w/ Sauerkraut

Yes, you read that correctly. Bubbie is a big fan of baking with sauerkraut. When properly drained and chopped, sauerkraut can be added to almost any baking recipe for added moisture and texture. It’s REALLY good, we promise. 

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Dill Cured Gravlax with a Mustard Horseradish Sauce

Our new friend Linsday, from Lindsay Eats LA, created an amazing recipe that she loves to make for guests with Bubbies Prepared Horseradish!

Salmon fans will love this rich and flavorful dish!

For the Gravlax:
1 lb Atlantic salmon
2 cups dill
1 cup salt
1⁄2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon black peppercorns
1 tablespoon Bubbie’s Horseradish
zest of 1 lemon
zest of 1 grapefruit
1⁄2 tablespoon mustard seed
1⁄2 tablespoon fennel seed
For the Sauce
1 tablespoon Bubbie’s Horseradish
2 tablespoons dijon
3 tablespoon sour cream
juice of 1 lemon

1. To begin, make your cure by mincing and mixing your dill, salt, sugar, pepper, horseradish, lemon zest, grapefruit zest, and fennel seed. Set aside.

2. Dry your salmon. In a pan or deep dish, place half of the curing mixture on the bottom part of the tray or pan. Add your salmon in, skin side down and add the remaining of the mixture, coating completely.

3. Cover with cling wrap and add pressure with cans/bottles. Place in the fridge for 3-4 hours.

4. In the meantime, make your sauce by mixing horseradish, dijon, sour cream, and lemon juice. Adjust salt to taste, set aside.

5. After your salmon is done curing, rinse all the herbs and salt off completely and pat dry.

6. Thinly slice and serve with your sauce, toasts or any other sides you want to pair it with!

Linsday Baruch’s blog Linsday Eats La is a must-see! You’ll find all sorts of recipes for every-day living, welcoming any type of diet. She shares vegan, vegetarian, meat-focused and more and focuses on cozy and seasonal recipes as well.

Winter Vegetable Salad with Bubbies Sauerkraut

Bubbies Naturally Fermented Sauerkraut is FANTASTIC on salads, especially beet salad with fresh citrus and feta cheese. Beets are so sweet and fresh in the winter, give it a try!

serves 4 people | 30 min preparation time


  • 4 raw beets, peeled
  • 4 mandarin oranges, peeled
  • 2 large carrots, peeled
  • 1/2 cup feta
  • 1 cup Bubbies Naturally Fermented Sauerkraut
  • 2 cups of arugula
  • 1/4 cup of fresh mint, chopped

Salad Dressing

  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1-1/2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 6 tablespoons vegetable oil


  1. On the thinnest setting, mandolin peeled beets and carrots. The thinner the better.
  2. Peel apart the mandarins.
  3. Strain some of the liquid out of the sauerkraut.
  4. Wash and strain the arugula.
  5. Arrange all salad ingredients into wide flat bowls
  6. Gently whisk all dressing ingredients together and drizzle over each bowl evenly. Finish with sea salt and ground pepper.

Our Favorite Reused Jar Ideas

There are so many great ways to reuse and recycle. We love seeing the genius ways our fans reuse their Bubbies jars! Here are a few we couldn’t wait to share.

This beautiful post was sent in by @alietatreasurehunting. Bubbies jars make the most amazing flower pots! Gather a fresh bouquet of seasonal flowers, and you are set for decorations, year-round!

This lovely arrangement was sent in by @hedge_floral!

And this rosy display is from Bubbies!

We love how @eco_conscious_oils reused these jars to become food containers! An excellent solution to easy snacking, these jars are wonderful alternatives to plastic sandwich bags.

These terrariums are a fantastic way to give Bubbies jars new life! All you need are pebbles, activated charcoal, some soil, and a plant. Succulents are an easy option for your terrarium and look beautiful in any room.

@orangeexpressions uses Bubbies jars as a go-to salad container. The perfect lunch if you’re on the move! And this glass jar is a great way to ensure it will stay fresh.

Speaking of ready to go meals, these Bubbies jar meals were featured on a Bubbies Blog in 2017. For these recipes, visit

This pickle jar was reused as a smoothie container by @homemadeheart44! We love this homemade cozy as well. It’s easy to personalize your jar to fit your personality!

This fruit infused water idea sent in by @feedingmylittles looks extra refreshing. Adding berries or lemons to water is a natural way to add a splash of flavor.

How to remove the pickle smell from Bubbies Jars:

One key element to reusing Bubbies is getting rid of the pickle smell. After many experiments, we believe that we have found an excellent solution.

Using baking soda and water, make a thick paste and scrub the jar with a sponge until the entire jar is scrubbed. Let it sit overnight, then rinse out with hot water. This should get rid of the pickle smell! If the pickle smell is strong, then I would suggest giving the jar an extra hour of soaking in a bowl of hot water and vinegar.

Have any other ways you enjoy reusing Bubbies jars? We’d love to see them! Use the hashtag #bubbiesjars when sharing your ideas.