"I've kept this recipe from my Grandmother. Apples, celery, dates and walnuts are dressed in a light fluffy marshmallow cream. It's very good and children seem to love it." — Linda
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peeled, diced tart apples
chopped pitted dates
very tasty... i didn't peel the apples,used raisins instead of dates, that's what i had and i really like raisins. i also threw in extra of some of the ingredients just because i like them.
Finally a recipe for Waldorf Salad that I grew up with! I just didn't know how it was made. Thank You! I will be making it this Thanksgiving!
Finally a Waldorf Salad that my mom used to make when I was a little girl, all I remember is that it taste so good and I loved it. Wanted to make it for my kids but could never find the recipe, and mom passed away. Thank you so very much for sharing this long awaited recipe.
I make this salad every Christmas.. always a hit.. only changes I make...I omit the dates and add dried cranberries for color.. and use cool whip instead of heavy cream for calories..
Made exactly as is but used stevia instead of sugar. Loved the crunch and the slight sweetness. I used my homemade mayo (whole egg Mayo here on AR)and to me it tastes so fresh doing that. I would def. consider using raisins, or cranberries if I didn't have dates. Even a touch of pineapple would be super.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Date-Marshmallow Waldorf Salad
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 286
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