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So cool and refreshing on a hot summer evening
Nutrition Facts: 1 serving (3/4 cup) equals 131 calories, 6 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 17 mg cholesterol, 35 mg sodium, 19 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein.
Source: Taste of Home
By mamie11152 from Upstate, NY
A neighbor brought a dish of this delicious salad to me and we loved it. She shared the recipe as well. I have not made it yet, but now that you've reminded me, I'll put it in my dinner plans soon. The nutty topping is also good on ice cream, speaking from experience.
This is a really great tasting recipe that is super easy to make and always a hit. It's more nutritious than most deserts and can be made fast without spending a lot of money on ingredients.
Source: My cousin
This is one of the best recipes I have ever tasted. I just ate some at a recent school alumni picnic and it never gets old. Make it every week.
Clean and dry grapes. Leave whole. Mix sugar, sour cream and cream cheese in a bowl. Add grapes to mixture and place in a 9 x 13 inch container.
For the topping: Mix pecans, brown sugar, and 5 crushed Butterfinger candy bars. Press topping mixture on top of grape mixture. Refrigerate for 2 hours or longer. It's best if refrigerated for 8 hours or overnight.
By SUPERMOM from Port William, OH
They must love your recipe. It was posted twice! lol It does sound good!
Whip Dream Whip, sugar, vanilla and milk together and set aside. Soften cream cheese and whip slightly. Mix in mayonnaise and pineapple juice. Add drained pineapple chunks.
Mix cream cheese and powdered sugar. Mix with sour cream and vanilla. Pour over grapes.
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Not the same old-same old congealed salad. Delicious, easy, and not likely to be duplicated at a covered dish dinner
This is one of the easiest, tastiest salads I ever made. I volunteered to help with a wedding, and this is one I mixed up:
Mix together cream cheese, sour cream and sugar and beat well. Then stir in remaining ingredients.
I fixed this for a diabetic, and just substituted the sugar for fructose.
By Margie from Mount Vernon, Ohio
Fructose raises triglycerides. Your diabetic friend probably has elevated tiglycerides, so you didn't do a favor. (01/19/2006)
Maybe Splenda sweetener could be substituted for the sugar? It comes in granular form now, and is supposed to measure cup for cup as a sugar substitute. (11/16/2006)