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Snickers Salad

Quite a few years ago my brother went to a luncheon and came home bragging about this salad he had eaten.  My mom & I grilled him on the ingredients and after a few tries got it to where we not only liked it, but LOVED it.  This is a family favorite and is requested for all major dinners. 

Snickers Salad
1 - 8 oz. container whipped topping
1 - 3 oz package instant vanilla pudding (french vanilla is so good!)
3-4 apples
3 regular sized Snickers bars
2 cups of milk
miniature marshmellows (about 2 cups)
Core and chop up apples and candy bars.
Mix pudding mix and milk together until smooth. Add apples and candy bars. Fold in the whipped topping and add the desired amount of marshmellows. Serve.
YUM!!
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  1. Ummm....is this legal? Oh my, I'm trying this for sure!

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  2. OMG! This sounds more like dessert. I am definitely going to try it, I'm craving it already!

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  3. This is a family favorite for my husbands family. They don't use the pudding or milk, only the whipped topping. I've always teased him that it's a dessert not a salad.

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  4. I've made something like this before but I used other fruits too. I remember the first time having it, thinking it was just fruit salad and being pleasantly surprised by the snickers bar in there. Who wouldn't! :-)

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  5. I have had this stuff and it's delicious!!! But, I'd never had the recipe before. Thanks, Tiffanee. :-) Won't my grandkids think I'm amazing when I make this for them!

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  6. This sounds like a salad I can get on board with! Looks absolutely delicious!!

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  7. Oh my goodness! My kiddos would go CRAZY for this salad! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  8. Okay, Tiffanee, this is such a weird combination that I am going to have to try it! Who'd have thought of putting those ingredients together, and yet since it is so often requested at your get-togethers, it must be good! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. OH! MY! HECK!!! Snickers? Amazing! And healthy right? Since there are apples in it? =o)

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  10. I love this recipe! It's in my top 5 favorites!

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  11. I had this at a bbq and I loved it!!! I wanted to get the recipe from them and forgot. Thanks for posting, I can't wait to make this!! (snickers is my favorite candybar) They also added a couple other candy bars too and added some grapes.

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  12. Did I understand correctly? This is a sweet salad right? Well, it looks fabulous whatever it is.

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  13. Oh my goodness my kids are going to love this...me too :)
    Wendy

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  14. This looks a little weird, but I'll try anything with chocolate :)

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  15. You can't go wrong with snickers in your salad. Sounds like something everyone would like. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. My husband would love this! I will have to make it and score some points.

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  17. Holy Crimeny! This is soooooo wrong! So much for my healthy eating kick. I gained five pounds just reading about this!

    Looks great!

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  18. Oh my, now that's MY kind of salad! Delicious indeed!

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  19. I can't believe this! Snickers and Salad in the same title???? This looks wonderful! Can't wait to try it! This just might be the dish that causes me to go off my 2011 diet! Have a great weekend!

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  20. Wow! Very interesting combination of ingredients and since I too love to try new recipes this is going on my list! Thanks so much for sharing!
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  21. I can totally see why this salad is a "family favorite" - full of super yum ingredients! Do you serve it as a dessert or a side for the main meal? I guess the sky is the limit with this salad. :-)

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  22. This looks amazing!! =) I can't wait to try this!!

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  23. This sounds really good! I'd love to try it!

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