Lee Vaschez, 40, scoffed his favourite alcohol-soaked treats before crashing his Ducati.
He was almost twice the legal limit when police were called to an accident near his home in Ipswich, Suffolk.
Vaschez admitted drink-driving when he appeared before South East Suffolk magistrates’ court.
Wayne Ablett, for the prosecution, said he told officers he had crashed after being dazzled by the headlights.
The chef missed a right-hand turn and hurtled across the kerb before falling off his high-powered machine.
Tests showed Vaschez had 68 microgrammes alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
The legal limit is 35mcgs. Paul Booty, defending, said Vaschez had been carrying out Christmas errands and had gone to see a friend who had made his favourite pickled eggs.
He told magistrates: “Unfortunately, as well as pickling fluid there was alcohol in there as well.”
Vaschez also admitted having a “couple of shandies” on the day of his accident.
He was banned from driving for 18 months, was fined £340 and ordered to pay £85 costs as well as £34 to the victims’ fund.