Apple Snicker Salad Recipe
Candy bars and apples are folded into a creamy mixture of pudding and whipped topping in this dish.
I've made this a couple times, it's really good. I'm not a big fan of butterscotch pudding and I rarely buy it, so I used vanilla, as a few others did. I also only buy the six-serving size pudding mix, so I used that and added an extra half cup of milk. For the whipped topping, it comes in 8 oz containers so I just put in the whole thing. I also buy the fun size or miniature Snickers, freeze them, then hit them with a hammer while they are still in their wrappers. Then I just dump them right into the pudding mixture--no need to cut them up and make a huge mess on the counter. I put in the whole package (it says nine servings are in the bag). I cut up 4 apples. I feel guilty throwing the vitamins that are in those yummy apple peelings down the disposal, so I don't peel my apples, just wash them and then chop them up. They taste great and my family loves them. Plus, then you don't need to feel guilty about putting candy bars in your salad!
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