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Snicker Salad

Here is an "Oh So Yummy" recipe for you sweet lover's that do not like to cook. The most difficult part of the recipe was chopping the snickers bars! For you health food people, it does have apples in it. Does that count??
I found this recipe here, (I beleive in giving credit where credit is due) but tweaked it to fit my liking, just like any good cook would do (wink).  Ya'll know a good cook never follows the recipe, right????

I didn't even think about taking pictures and posting this recipe for everyone until after I had already made a huge mess.

Chopping the snicker's was the hardest part, because for some reason, I came in and threw them in the freezer. Why?? I have no idea. It made them really, really hard to cut, so don't do that!

 Then, you just sling all of the ingredients over into the kitchen aid and turn it on and let it mix.

 And.......WA- LAAA.....simple, but sweet goodness!

And I guess your wondering about the jelly jar?? Well, I had no cute glass desert dishes to serve this to company in, so I just put it into mason jars and put the lid on them. For the ones who were too full for desert, I just sent it home with them so that I didn't have to finish off the whole thing the next day! I had this left over, so I filled the jelly jar for one of my walking buddies.

Alright, here is the recipe after I "tweaked" it to my liking

2 8oz packages of soft cream cheese
2 cups of powdered sugar
1 32oz tub of cool whip
2 granny smith apples
12 regular size snickers bars

Chill at least an hour before serving, and the mason jar idea worked wonderfully for us!
If only I had some pecans in the freezer, I would have topped each serving with them...and a drizzle of caramel sauce on top of that, yum!

I am joining Elaine at Sunny Simple Life Sunday blog party, and Yvonne over at StoneGable for On The Menu Monday.


  1. Yum is right!! Great recipe for a crowd, and I like the individual jar servings, too. xo

  2. Oh my- this one is a keeper for me, Teresa! Love Snicker candy bars...... And the apples make them healthy, of course!
    :-) Sue

  3. Yum! I gained 10 lbs just looking it and reading the ingredients. :D

  4. Wow, I could really put my face in this one! Thanks for sharing this awesomeness!

  5. T,
    how did you know snickers is my favorite candy bar! I walk, (well, supposed to anyway), was that last jar for me? Might make it, but can't promise, rather you do it!

  6. This looks SO good! I like the idea of sending it home with guests in a jar! I'm going to try this!


  7. YUM! I wish I had some of that right this very minute:) Have a wonderful evening dear friend, HUGS!

  8. OOfff... wish I had some right about now. Fiending for some chocolate! Looks yum !
    Thanks for sharing this recipe.
    Hugs, Gee

  9. Yummy!!!! Teresa, I always know just where to go for a yummy recipe! You have it! What's not to love Snickers and Cream Cheese? Wow!

  10. OMGoodness, Teresa, this sounds incredible; but, seriously, you're killing me here! Not even the apple would redeem this enough for me and my low-carb eating. Of course, it doesn't mean I can't "pin it" to make sometime when we have a big crowd and the servings would be very small -- heehee!

  11. That's quite unusual and looks so very yummy!

  12. You had me with the Snicker bars Teresa. I love those things. Your mention of freezing them brings me back to my childhood. I had never known of anyone freezing and eating candy bars, but this little old couple owned a gas station down the street. They used to keep a lunch box filled with bubble gum and lollipops for kids, but one day they offered me a candy bar. I was surprised when it was frozen, but every time I see a frozen one now, I think of them. The recipe sounds great, so thanks for sharing!

  13. Can I leave the apples out?? Seriously, I only like apples in pie or dried. So weird I know!!

  14. Yumm! I would leave out the apples too. So decadent... Thank you Teresa for your loving prayers....xo Linda

  15. Oh my! I'm not sure there would be much left for company. So yummy!