Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Sugar Free Caramel Apple Salad {A Favorite!}

I'm excited to share one of my favorite dishes (from my archives) with you today!

Simple...easy...delicious...and healthy! How can ya beat it? 
This is another Weight Watchers recipe - I believe you can count
1/2 c. salad = 2 points. (Prior Points Plus)

It doesn't take many ingredients and I always have these things on hand...so I'm ready when the 'hankerin' hits! 
Chopping the apples is the hardest part...and you don't even have to get the mixer out!

There have been times when I've made this, taken a taste, put the dish in the fridge, get it back out, take another taste, put it back, get it out...you get the picture! It's tough to stop eating it!

You might want to make this while your family is gone - that way they'll never have to know you made it. *-*

1 (20 ozs) can crushed pineapple, slightly drained
1 (4-serving size) box sugar free butterscotch pudding mix
1 (8 ozs) tub frozen fat free whipped topping, thawed
4 unpeeled apples, diced
1/2 c. dry roasted peanuts, chopped
Place pineapple in medium bowl. Stir in dry pudding mix and blend well. Add whipped topping, and stir in apples and nuts.
(I prefer to add nuts on top as they tend to soften)
It's best when eaten the same day it's made.

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  1. Oh yum! This looks so good! I love quick dishes like this and I never thought of the combo pineapple and apples!!

  2. I've been trying a few sugar free recipes and this will definitely be on my list...it looks delicious!

  3. wow...what a clever salad! what's not to like? yum!

  4. Yummmy!! And sugar-free!! I have been focusing on sugar-free recipes myself, thanks to the inspiration of a fan. Just one little change in your diet, I think, makes all the difference. Thank you for sharing this Marsha.

  5. Aww,thanks so much Marsha!Your comment made me so happy:)I have an apple lying in my fridge right now - so maybe I'll try making this lovely apple salad - looks so inviting!!

  6. This will be great to make. It sounds yummy.

  7. This will be great to make. It sounds yummy.

  8. As I am trying to be good this is a perfect recipe for me, but as you said it seems hard to leave alone. Would it ever be possible to let us know how many servings are in the recipes? I make thins for Bible Study group and need to know if I need to double or triple the recipe. I like this one for the fall

    1. I'm sorry for not always including servings. I would say this one is about 8 servings...simple and quick, so you can make more if need be. Thanks so much for stopping by. Please come again soon.