4-6 Granny Smith apples, washed & cored, but not peeled
2-4 Snickers candy bars, chilled
1 tub Cool Whip
Cut apples into small cubes. Cut Snickers bars into small pieces. Combine in a bowl and fold in Cool Whip. Chill for at least 1 hour.
Does it honestly get any simpler than this? I cannot wait to make this at home. I think it would be a wonderful Halloween party dessert or really an any-occasion-you-can-think-to-celebrate treat. I did call it a dessert there but the recipe really does call it a salad. I can fool myself into thinking its good, right? It has fruit in it at least! I mean there are worse things out there! Ok ok, I know I'm supposed to be finding healthy recipes to try and share on here, but this was just something I had to pass along. Before yesterday I never even knew a Snickers salad existed, but I can assure you it will not be soon forgotten!
Now I really need to make a trip to the orchard soon. I'm hoping they have some nice tart apples for this. I don't know when exactly Granny Smith are in season, but I really can't wait to have this salad again. Hopefully Gray will get lots of Snickers miniatures while Trick-or-Treating this year, although I imagine this would be good with several other candy bar types as well. Let the experimenting begin!