Randy Mayor; Lydia DeGaris-Pursell
Yield
12 servings (serving size: 1/2 cup)

Sometimes known as five-cup salad, this sweet, creamy dish is a recipe that many Americans grew up with.

How to Make It

Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Cover and chill.

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Ratings & Reviews

rstarrlemaitre's Review

adunahoo
November 09, 2012
I agree that the crushed pineapple made the salad a bit mushy, but all of the great flavor was still there - the marshmallow and sour cream blended together tasted like fluff, and with the pineapple and coconut, it tasted like an ice cream sundae topping minus the ice cream underneath. Great juicy mandarin oranges. A little too sweet and decadent - a once-a-year treat, for sure.

adunahoo's Review

rstarrlemaitre
June 10, 2009
Im making this for out bbq party this weekend!! I love this kind of fruit salad but Im also adding Bananas to it too!! With vanilla yogurt & instant pudding as well!! Its a great summer treat!! It also goes with just about anything or by its self!! Mmm cant wait

karenfar's Review

karenfar
June 07, 2009
What's with the crushed pineapple?? We always made it with tidbits or chunks. I tried the crushed and it made the salad too mushy so I'm going back to the tidbits. As mentioned, this is the 5-cup but since the proportions have changed in this recipe it is no longer 5-cup. I'm sticking with the original only using light sour cream.