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This is a quick and easy treat that compliments pork nicely and looks very nice on the table. We enjoyed it at Easter. I substitued cinnamon applesauce (to save time), reduced the walnuts to 1/2 c. as my son doesn't prefer nuts, and it was a smash! Thanks for sharing!

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Brenda K Miller April 22, 2003

I had skipped lunch and was starving, but didn't want to spoil my dinner. This combination satisfied my hunger without overfilling me. I used unsweetened applesauce and HoneyCrisp apples (which I didn't peel). Thanks for posting a simple and healthy snack.

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Ms B. January 09, 2006

The first time I made this salad, I followed this receipe as it is written. The next time, I used a jar of chunky applesauce with cincimmon. I only had to add raisins and chopped walnuts. Even easier to fix, and still tastes great. Thanks for the receipe!

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May A June 06, 2005

Everyone loved the simple nature of this salad-just a hint of spice and the chewy plus crunchy texture was a delight with the smooth applesauce. I left the walnuts in pieces instead of chopping them and it really was done in less then 10 minutes.

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Cooksci May 07, 2005

I knew I was going to like this because I love all of the ingredients. I halved the recipe since I'm the only one here who likes raisins or walnuts (what's wrong with these people? lol) I used no-sugar added applesauce and tossed in 1 packet of Splenda (though I think it would have been fine without it) to make it lower in sugar. Turned out great!

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Soup Fly * May 30, 2004
Applesauce Salad