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Snickers Salad

Easy Peasy, delicious Recipe.


Cool Whip
2 King size candy bars

1 can of fruit cocktail

Place cool whip in a bowl, drain the juice/syrup from fruit cocktail cake in the garbage. Combine into cool whip.

Chop up the candy bars. I put them in the freezer for an hour or 2 before cutting them up, makes it easier. Then throw everything in and combine. Simple. It isn't the prettiest, but We sure like it.

Also linking to Melt in your Mouth Monday


  1. This looks good and sounds easy enough!

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  2. YUM! IS it ok if I have it for breakfast :)

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    What an interesting recipe! I think I may of heard of this at one time or another. It sounds like such an odd combination, but, sometimes the weirdest things together make something super delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. What a delightful idea! I love this...found you at MAMFBM!

  7. sounds like fun and I am sure my husband would love it!!

  8. I totally remember this salad and how awesome it is! THanks!

  9. sounds yummy!! I will have to try it.

  10. Oh my goodness. It's one in the morning, and I should be going to bed, but instead I'm looking at your delicious food and my stomach is grumbling - because, well, there's NOTHING better than snickers - they're totally one of my favorite, favorite candies! I'm totally going to go out and get all of these ingredients tomorrow and I'm totally going to give it a try

  11. I cannot wait to try this! Newest follower from


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