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Fall Recipe: Apple Snicker Salad

Posted by on October 21, 2013

Back in Minnesota we’d often have a variety of different get togethers where we would discuss the latest going ons, bring up recipes we’ve tried or are interested in trying, and touch base on life happenings, and of course, discuss the latest pitfalls of our beloved Vikings.  During one of these hangouts, the discussion of “Apple Snicker Salad” was mentioned, or perhaps even brought over.  The salad always stayed in my head as a recipe to try out one day.  Well, needless to say, that day has finally come:

Apple Snicker SaladIf you are a lover of sweets you will love this salad.  If you are a lover of apples you will also love this salad.  The best part is truly how easy it is to prepare:

Ingredients needed:

2 cups milk

1 5 oz package vanilla pudding or 2 small packages of vanilla pudding

1 carton cool whip

4 medium granny smith apples, cut up.

1 bag miniature snicker bars

Directions:

In medium mixing bowl pour 2 cups milk and package of vanilla pudding together.  Mix together with a whisk for 2 minutes.  Set in refrigerator for at least 10 minutes.  In the meantime, cut up apples and snicker bars into smaller pieces.  Leave a portion of the snickers to the side (to use as decorative topping.)  Take pudding out of the fridge and mix together pudding, apples, and snickers.  Add in carton of cool whips.  Put into a casserole serving dish then decorate with snickers on top.  Keep cool until time to serve.

See?  Simple.  And lets be honest, it’s the perfect fall treat.

 

 

2 Responses to Fall Recipe: Apple Snicker Salad

  1. Raquel @ Organized Island

    Yum, apples and snickers sounds good! Great way to get an apple a day. I need o make this.
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    • Jamie

      Definitely popular salad back in MN and for others that have tried it =) If you make it let me know what you think!

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