Snickers Salad

January 17, 2024 Review Recipe Snickers Salad Table of Contents Snickers Salad Ingredients Substitutions For An Apple Caramel Snickers Salad How To Make This Snickers Salad Recipe Troubleshooting This Recipe How To Serve This Snicker Apple Salad When to Serve An Apple Caramel Snickers Salad Storing This Snickers Caramel Apple Salad Frequently Asked Questions Dessert Salad Recipes Snickers Recipes JUMP TO RECIPE Apple Recipes More Recipes You’ll Love Snickers salad is known for being a hit with kids and adults. An easy, no bake dessert, it combines Snickers bars with tart apples, silky pudding, and fluffy whipped cream. The result is a sweet, creamy dish that’s often served at potlucks, baby showers, picnics or just for fun. Snickers Salad Ingredients Snickers salad has the best balance of creamy and crunchy textures. It features the combination of the peanuts and caramel from Snickers bars, the crispness of apples and the smoothness of Cool Whip. To make this dessert salad recipe, you’ll need: 1 (3.4-ounce) box of instant vanilla pudding mix 1 cup of milk (whole, 2%, 1%, or nonfat) 1 (8-ounce) tub of Cool Whip whipped topping, defrosted 6 medium-large Granny Smith or Pippin apples 6 full-size Snickers candy bars Caramel sauce (for garnish, optional) Lemon juice for preventing apples from browning (optional) PRO TIP: Tart, crisp apples such as Granny Smith will help to balance the sweetness of the rest of the ingredients in this salad. Substitutions For An Apple Caramel Snickers Salad APPLES: We think that tart Granny Smith apples are the best apples for this great recipe, but you could pick any green or red apples for this sweet side dish. If you prefer sweeter apples, you can choose Gala or Pink Lady apples. FRUIT: You could switch out or add another type of fruit alongside the apples in this salad. Try strawberries, blueberries, or bananas. How To Make This Snickers Salad Recipe Once you make the creamy pudding mixture, you can add your mix-ins, stir it all up, and enjoy. STEP ONE: Empty the contents of the vanilla pudding packet into a large bowl. STEP TWO: Whisk in 1 cup of milk. Continue whisking until the pudding thickens. STEP THREE: Fold in the Cool Whip until combined. Set the Cool Whip mixture aside. STEP FOUR: Use an apple slicer or knife to cut apples into small bite-size pieces. Reserve a few pieces for garnish. STEP FIVE: Cut the Snickers bars into bite-size pieces, reserving a few pieces for the top of the serving bowl. STEP SIX: Mix chopped apples and candy into the pudding mixture. OUR RECIPE DEVELOPER SAYS Be careful when you are mixing up the salad. You don’t want to break the chocolate bar pieces up too much, so make sure you stir it gently. STEP SEVEN: Squeeze one to two teaspoons of lemon juice over the reserved apple pieces to prevent browning. STEP EIGHT: Garnish with apple and chopped Snickers chunks and a drizzle of caramel sauce, if desired. PRO TIP: For a bit of extra crunch, sprinkle a handful of peanuts over top as garnish. Troubleshooting This Recipe Soggy Salad Cause : If the salad sits for too long, especially after mixing with whipped topping or pudding, it can become soggy. Solution : To prevent this, mix the salad close to the time of serving. Also, cutting the apples into larger chunks can help them retain their texture longer. Browning Apples Cause : Apples start to brown when exposed to air due to oxidation. Solution : Toss the apple pieces in a little lemon juice or use an apple variety that browns less quickly, like Honeycrisp or Gala. Also, adding the apples closer to serving time can help. Overly Sweet Cause : Snickers and the creamy component can make the salad very sweet. Solution : Balance the sweetness with a tart apple variety, like Granny Smith, or reduce the amount of Snickers bars and add more fruit, like grapes or bananas. Ingredient Separation Cause : Over time, the whipped topping or pudding can separate from the other ingredients. Solution : Gently stir the salad before serving if this occurs. Also, avoid over-mixing when initially preparing the salad. How To Serve This Snicker Apple Salad A candy bar apple salad could be just about the best thing ever. The bites of peanut, caramel, and nougat are balanced with the tart apples for a salad that is irresistibly delicious. Serve it alongside our iced tea to wash it down. For an extra indulgent treat, top a scoop of vanilla ice cream with a generous helping of Snickers salad. We love a good sweet salad. Try our grape salad and ambrosia salad for two more yummy choices. MORE DESSERT SALAD RECIPES When to Serve An Apple Caramel Snickers Salad Snickers salad is a versatile dish – that’s great for family night or to feed a crowd. Here are some ideal times to serve it: Potlucks Picnics Dessert at Casual Dinners Holiday Gatherings – a hit at Christmas parties, especially where a mix of sweet and savory dishes is appreciated. Barbecues and Cookouts – a great contrast to hot and savory grilled foods. Children’s Birthday Party – Kids love the combination of candy, fruit, and creamy texture. Buffets Brunch Storing This Snickers Caramel Apple Salad While best made fresh, if you do have leftovers, here are some storage tips. Tips for Storing Dessert Salads Snickers salad should be refrigerated as soon as possible, especially since it often contains dairy components like whipped cream or pudding. They can spoil if left at room temperature for too long. Transfer the Snickers salad into an airtight container. This will help to keep it fresh and prevent it from absorbing any odors from the refrigerator. Storing in the Fridge While the exact shelf life can vary, it’s generally best to consume Snickers salad within two days – although eat it the day you made it whenever possible. Over time, the apples may start to brown. In addition, the salad can become soggy due to the moisture from the apples and the whipped topping. Store your Snickers apple salad, covered with plastic wrap or in an airtight container, in the refrigerator for up to two days. If the salad has separated or settled during storage, give it a gentle stir before serving to redistribute the ingredients and refresh its texture. Storing in the Freezer Freezing Snickers salad is not advisable. The texture of the apples and the whipped topping can change significantly, leading to a less desirable consistency upon thawing. Our Snickers salad is full of fresh apples, creamy dressing, and plenty of candy bar crunch. The tartness of Granny Smith apples is the perfect combination alongside the sweet chocolate bars, and chocolate lovers will be thrilled with this addition to the dessert table. Frequently Asked Questions Can I make this apple snicker salad recipe ahead of time? This easy recipe can be made ahead of time, but you have to make sure you treat the apples so that they don’t go brown. Toss them with fresh lemon juice before adding them to the salad. What is the best apple to use for this salad? We like to use Granny Smith apples because of their tartness, but if you prefer sweeter apples, look for Galas, Honeycrisp, Fuji, or Pink Lady. Can I freeze this salad? This salad won’t freeze very well, so we don’t recommend it. It tastes best when eaten the day it is made. Dessert Salad Recipes Jello Salad Peach Pretzel Salad Orange Creamsicle Salad Strawberry Pretzel Salad Strawberry Banana Cheesecake Salad Pudding Fruit Salad Snickers Recipes Snickers Snack Cups Snickers Cake Snickers Dessert No Bake Snickers Bar Pie Mini Snickers Cheesecake Snickers Salad Ingredients 3.4 ounces vanilla instant pudding mix 1 cup milk (whole, 2%, 1% or nonfat) 8 ounces Cool Whip, defrosted 6 medium-large Granny Smith, or Pippin apples 6 full-size Snickers candy bars caramel sauce, for optional garnish lemon juice, for preventing apples from browning (optional) Instructions Empty contents of vanilla pudding packet into a large mixing bowl. Whisk in 1 cup of milk. Continue whisking until the pudding thickens. Fold in the Cool Whip until combined. Set aside. Cut apples and Snickers bars into bite-size pieces, reserving a few pieces of each for the top of the serving bowl. Mix the apples and candy into the pudding mixture. Squeeze 1 to 2 teaspoons of lemon juice over reserved apple pieces to prevent browning. Garnish with apple and Snickers chunks and a drizzle of caramel sauce, if desired. Notes Tart, crisp apples such as Granny Smith will help to balance the sweetness of the rest of the ingredients in this salad. Be careful when you are mixing up the salad. You don’t want to break the chocolate bar pieces up too much so make sure you stir it gently. For a bit of extra crunch, sprinkle a handful of peanuts over top as garnish. Nutrition Apple Recipes Broccoli Apple Salad Hasselback Apples Recipe Caramel Apple Crisp Bites Caramel Apple Dip Taffy Apple Salad Applesauce Cake

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