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Thread: Carmel Apple Salad - you just gotta try it!

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    This salad was a real hit at our luncheon. I promise you will love it!

    Carmel Apple Salad
    3 apples chopped (any kind, mix and match) fuji works great
    1 cup honey roasted peanuts
    1 cup mini marshmellows
    1 small tub of Cool Whip
    1 8 oz can of crushed pineapple with juice
    1 small box of instant butterscotch pudding

    Mix all together and let sit for about 1/2 hour before serving

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    Yum! that does sound good.

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    I just had to print this great recipe out, so I wouldn't lose it. I plan to share it with my DD & DDIL!! :thumbup: It's always nice to have something new for a meal!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Yum! It sounds really good!

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    This will be great at nest office luncheon.

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    You don't pre make the pudding? Just mix it in dry?

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    Ooooh Ritzquilts brought this to my house when we got together last month. YUMMY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    You don't pre make the pudding? Just mix it in dry?
    Yes, mix it in dry. Don't pre-make the pudding. Sounds a little different but just wait until you taste it. So good. It's what makes the carmel flavor. When we were putting it all together for the luncheon I told my friend who had the recipe that I would add a drizzle of caramel ice cream topping to it just before serving. You've just got to try it.

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    Don't know if i should thank you or not. Don't need the extra calories but it does have apples in it..

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    This sounds awesome. Will have to try it. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    Ok, so let's make it healthy -- Fat-free or low-fat Cool Whip,
    sugar free-fat free butterscotch pudding, crushed pineapple in light syrup or water will certainly help and should not change the wonderful taste in any way. How's that for temptation!

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    Sounds good ... thanks for the recipe
    Question, is it still good without peanuts, my DD is allergic to peanuts ... and it needs to chill for the 30 min ? :)

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    I bet it would still be delicious without the nuts.

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    No reason you couldn't leave out the nuts. They add crunch. Don't think leaving them out would spoil the recipe.

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    Looks like a great recipe. I'm allergic to dairy so this looks like something I can have. You waved your magic wand and took all the calories out of it - right???

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    Haven't had this one in a while. The kids always liked this one - tasted like the taffy apple salad from the deli. Thanks.

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    Oh this sounds sooo good. I make the watergate salad, that has pistachio pudding, pineapple, marshmalows and coolwhip in it. Brother-in-law can't have nuts. I'm going to try this one without the nuts. (maybe put it in 2 bowls, one with nuts and one without). I also want to take it to my Church women's circle lunch. They will love it!
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmavis
    Oh this sounds sooo good. I make the watergate salad, that has pistachio pudding, pineapple, marshmalows and coolwhip in it. Brother-in-law can't have nuts. I'm going to try this one without the nuts. (maybe put it in 2 bowls, one with nuts and one without). I also want to take it to my Church women's circle lunch. They will love it!
    Thanks for sharing.
    If he can't have nuts, maybe you could achieve the "crunch factor" with some cereal, maybe apple cinnamon cheerios??

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    Good idea on the "Crunch". Maybe ad to the top as it is being served. Thanks.

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    I just printed the recipe out and it really sounds like something we would like and it is fast and easy.
    Thanks
    eunice :thumbup:

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    Sent the boys (my hubby & his brother) to town to get butterscotch pudding, as I had 2 boxes of instant vanilla, and guess what!!! They came home with 2 more boxes of vanilla. :( Guess there will be tomorrow. I know it will be good, if I just get that butterscotch pudding :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallyflymi
    Don't know if i should thank you or not. Don't need the extra calories but it does have apples in it..
    And apples are good for you, right! LOL

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    Gonna give that one a try!! Thanks!

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    This sounds so awesome. And thanks for making it healthy.
    Going to try it.

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    Crushed hard pretzels make a good nutty crunch, too

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