Wow, wow, wow!! I just prepared this a moment ago for a department potluck we're having at work tomorrow and I couldn't help but sample a bite. It is just outstanding! I'm so impressed how the butterscotch could take on the caramel flavor so distinctly and the peanuts are such a surprise gem in the salad! It's lovely to look at too! Thank you so much for such a terrific recipe!
Though I was tempted to use the honey-roasted peanuts on hand, I decided to get the plain roasted as indicated. The dessert was just sweet enough and everyone loved it. The recipe couldn't be easier, and I'll definitely be making this perfect autumn dessert again. Thanks for another keeper!!
Not one of my kids liked this at all and I can't say that I did either. It was very disappointing as we were all looking forward to this.
I followed the directions exactly, and doubled the recipe. My "large red delicious" apples were extremely large, but I used them all. I took it to the October meeting of my monthy quilting group, and it was extremely popular! I just love how you wonderful Zaar cooks make me look so good. Thank you, Bunnee, for such a tasty recipe!
Made for a birthday party. Everyone loved it left out the nuts, but other wise made as directed. Fantastic change for fruit/jello salads. YUMMY
Delish and well received by everyone. It's really good in the fall too. coundn't be easier and very tasty. The apples give it a nice crunch.
I loved this. I used 5 huge apples, skipped the marshmallows, and used sugar free pudding, and cool whip. Mom and I could have a nice desert for the party...but even the non diabetics thought this was wonderful. There was just enough to send about a cup home for Mom and Dad as a snack. My 18 month old loves this, as does my husband who isn't huge on raw apples.
Made this for a church gathering and everyone who tasted it loved it! It had a great flavor, but with the peanut allergies out there I suggest that you put a little sign in front of it stating that it contains peanuts if you serving it to a crowd. Also, I used both green and red apples to add visual appeal, along with placing it in a clear glass bowl.
We loved this salad/dessert. I found it easier in the beginning to mix the pudding mix, Cool Whip AND THE UNDRAINED PINEAPPLE. For us, the chopped nuts are a big part of making this taste like a Caramel Apple, so don't omit them.
This is so tasty. I used SF pudding and lite cool whip. I also used the large can of crushed pineapple. NEXT time, I will use the smaller can OR double the pudding. I skipped the peanuts because I didn't have any. This is so simple and a nice take on the "green" version. Thanks for a keeper!