|The Christmas Candy Book|
|by Lou Seibert|
Confection perfection is easy to achieve with the step-by-step help of dessert expert Lou Seibert Pappas.
Results 1 - 10 of 226 for overnight salads
Use 9 x ... below) over the salad and seal edges ... plastic wrap. Refrigerate overnight. When ready ... chopped cooked bacon and chopped hard-cooked eggs.
Spread lettuce evenly in 3 to 4 quart glass serving bowl. Top with layer each of onions, water chestnuts and peas. Spread evenly with mayonnaise.
Layer ingredients in ... Spread over top of layers. Cover with 1 cup shredded Cheddar, Swiss or mozzarella cheese. Cover tightly. Refrigerate overnight.
Layer these ingredients ... Wrap and refrigerate overnight. This salad will remain crisp (in refrigerator) ... two if any is left uneaten for that long.
If using as ... as possible). Chill overnight or until serving ... then garnish. Leftover salad may be saved ... if dressing is not mixed with all layers.
In bowl, beat ... yogurt. In large salad bowl combine all ... dressing. Cover. Refrigerate overnight or at least ... before serving, add bananas. 8 cups.
Over the bottom ... Sprinkle peas over salad. Spread mayonnaise ... wedges and arrange on top of salad. Use a spoon and fork to lift out some of each layer.
In a 3-4 ... and refrigerate for several hours or until next day. Crumble bacon into salad. Sprinkle with chopped eggs. Arrange tomato wedges around salad.
Pinch 1 small ... seal sides of container or salad bowl. Completely cover ingredients with mayonnaise. Refrigerate overnight. Toss well when ready to serve.
Combine instant pudding mix ... cocktail and crushed pineapple, juice included. Fold in marshmallows and whipped topping. Chill in refrigerator overnight.
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