It’s nearly time to transition from peach season to apple season and I can’t think of a better way to do that than this Snickers Caramel Apple Salad, a classic easy recipe that’s a real favorite with kids and makes a fabulous fall snack. Snickers are one of my absolute favorite Candy Bars! I love them! It is also apple season and the perfect time to incorporate them into any recipes we can! While this isn’t your typical “Salad” it may be one of my favorites 🙂 Maybe its all the sugar and sweetness, I don’t know… haha!
I am so thankful that Holly from Life in the Lofthouse is here today to share a recipe with y’all. I haven’t had a second to cook this weekend so I was so happy when Holly offered to share something on the blog today. AND, we also decided that Holly would be a regular guest blogger on here! So you will be seeing her recipes at least twice a month here on The Country Cook. Holly is also a recipe contributor for Pillsbury! She recently shared a fun recipe for Pizza Waffles over there. Mmmmm! I can promise you that if you enjoy my recipes, that you will love Holly’s just as much. Some of you might remember when Holly shared her Strawberry Chicken Salad on here a few years back. It is one of my favorite recipes of hers. So now, I’ll turn the mike over to Holly and let her introduce this recipe that is sure to become a new favorite of many! I know my family does!
What’s better than a salad? A sweet salad! This Snickers caramel apple salad is just incredible! It’s super easy to make and you will enjoy every bite of it! Check it out.
6 regular size Snickers candy bar.
1 (5 oz) Package of vanilla instant pudding dry.
½ cup of milk.
1 (12 oz) tub cool whip.
½ cup of caramel ice cream topping.
Mix the vanilla pudding and milk and let cool. Mix together until well incorporated.
Add the apples and snickers to the pudding mixture after chopping both.
Place in a serving large bowl and drizzle with caramel ice cream topping.
Refrigerate for 1 hour or so before serving.
Easy, peasy and sweet! This is one of my husband’s favorite salads. I’m not going to lie, I usually keep my part of the salad to take it as a dessert! Give it a try and let me know what you think.