No Time 2 Cook Recipe of the Week: Snicker Bar and Apple Salad

This salad is a great recipe, but I have to say it’s more like a dessert than a salad. A neighbor served it at a Fourth of July party 20 years ago, and I asked for the recipe. Really and truly, I forgot all about this dish until I ran across it in my recipe box. I made it for Bunco last week along with my Mexican Stack Ups. The meal was a hit and the evening a success with tons of laughter, lots of sixes and great prizes.

So here you go, my faithful NoTime2Cook followers. Enjoy!

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4 large apples (Red Delicious and/or Granny Smith)
1-8oz. cool whip
1 pkg. instant vanilla pudding
1 c. milk
5 Snicker bars

Additional apples, chopped peanuts and/or caramel sauce for garnish (Optional)


Quarter and core apples. (Do not peel. This makes a prettier salad.) Slice 3 thin strips from a green apple and a red apple. Place slices in a cup of water with 1/8 t. salt. This will be your garnish for the top. Chop the remainder of the apples for the salad.

Slice one Snicker Bar and cut each slice in half. These half slices will be used to garnish. Chop the remainder 4 Snicker Bars.

Mix pudding with milk. Add cool whip. Add chopped apples ad stir. Scatter some of the chopped snicker bars over the mix and stir. Continue this scatter and stir method until all the Snicker Bar pieces are stirred into the salad. This will keep the chopped candy pieces from sticking together. Spoon into a pretty bowl and garnish with rinsed apple slices and Snicker Bar half slices. You can also spoon into individual crystal ware. Or, for a casual affair, serve in individual plastic wine cups. Have fun garnishing with additional apple and snicker bar pieces, chopped peanuts, and/or caramel sauce.

In 2005, Karen Kurr began selling her Cajun and southern dishes at local farmers markets. Today, her frozen meals are still made from scratch in Oxford, Mississippi, and sold in 200 Kroger stores, independent retailers and online. Karen’s passion is simple: to help bring families back to the dinner table. Her products make dinner easier when you are short on time. Karen continues to share family recipes with loyal customers on, the NoTime2Cook website and on social media.

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