Yet Another 7-Layer Salad

"There are probably as many versions of this as there are Moms in the world. This is Candy's Mother's recipe."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
12
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a 9x13-inch pan, start with a layer of lettuce, then hard boiled egg, celery, onion and bacon. Note: We buy the bacon already crumbled and use about 1 lb of that.
  • Drain peas and layer on top of bacon.
  • Spread Miracle Whip salad dressing over peas.
  • Top with shredded cheese.
  • Refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving.
  • Note: Very forgiving recipe. We always add more bacon and sometimes substitute Ranch dressing for the Miracle Whip.

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Reviews

  1. PattyLouise
    A very good salad. A nice variation on this type of salad. Will make this one again.
     
  2. jellyko
    My fried made this. Instead of peas she use cauliflower (which I normally do not prefer) and it was delicious. She actually used lowfat miracle whip and was so happy when she gave me some to take home. she actually also omitted celery but I don't think it would have made a difference either way. Yummy!
     
  3. Sharon123
    I love this type of salad, and this one is delicious! I left out the celery so my DH could eat it. I didn't have enough Miracle Whip, so used some mayo, adding a pinch of sugar, and a spoonful of apple cider vinegar. I also used veggie bacon for this. Thanks so much Tom and Candy! I enjoyed adopting you for Pick a Chef!
     
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  1. jellyko
    My fried made this. Instead of peas she use cauliflower (which I normally do not prefer) and it was delicious. She actually used lowfat miracle whip and was so happy when she gave me some to take home. she actually also omitted celery but I don't think it would have made a difference either way. Yummy!
     

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<p>My name is Candy, married in 1993 to Tom. We have two kids (ages 13 and 11) and live in Austin, TX. Most of the cooking is done by Tom these days and he loves to play around and experiment with food. I own a bookkeeping business from a home office and Tom is a teacher so we stay busy and are always on the look out for something fun, fast and healthy.<br /> <br />View my all about me website for links and other information about us - <a href=http://www.candybeauchamp.com>HERE</a>. <br /> <br />We both absolutely love to read! Our kids are turning into little bookworms too :) We are all Kindle addicts and read a lot, my husband and I easily read 200 books per year between the two of us.</p>
 
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