Watergate salad

There is nothing better than Watergate Salad! This simple go and dump salad is a classic that makes it’s way into every celebration because it’s both incredibly delicious and incredibly easy. Whip it together in less than 5 minutes and you’re good to go! Love pistachio? Make sure to try my Easy Pistachio Pie and Pistachio and White Chocolate Pudding Cookies too!

Watergate Salad

Pistachio Dessert Salad, Watergate Salad or Pistachio Fluff – whatever you choose to call it – it’s delicious! I mean, what’s better than dumping a handful of ingredients together in a bowl, giving it a quick stir, popping in the fridge to the chill and then having it ready to go when you are?

The answer? Nothing. Especially when you end up with a deliciously satisfying and sweet Watergate Salad for that teeny amount of effort.

As you guys know, I am a fluff lover. Like, I make a fluff salad for pretty much every function you can think of: holidays, parties and potlucks etc. It’s my go-to. And there’s ample reasoning to support these decisions:

  1. There is never a single bit leftover. Never.
  2. Takes about 5 minutes to make.
  3. Cheap. Like, really, really cheap to make.

This is basically the criteria for all my life choices.

To top it all off, this is pistachio flavored! I looooove pistachio!

What Is In Watergate Salad

Not a whole heck of a lot you guys. We’re talking 5 ingredients. TOTAL.

Family recipes are the best. Seriously. I mean, if we’re talking food that brings back the memories, it’s got to be a family recipe. Last month my little sister was out visiting and we made the rounds to all the local relatives so they could visit with Ashley. We met up with my Aunt Lana and had a wonderful visit.

My Aunt Lana surprised all of us girls with a late Christmas present…a compilation of favorite family recipes! ! Now, I had totally forgotten about this when she told us around Christmas that she was working on this little project. Seriously, it couldn’t have come at a better time. I had SO much fun going through all the recipes and you could hear all three of us going “Oh yeah! I love that recipe! ” or “Oh my gosh! I’ve always wanted that recipe! If I hadn’t needed to feed my hungry family before I could get some pics – I would certainly have shared This one I made in secret and snapped a few quick pics while the boys were away, ”

I’ve already made several of the recipes already and. It’s not going to last long, as soon as they find out there are marshmallows in here…yeah.

I’m sure this salad looks familiar to some of you and hopefully brings back good memories too! The best part of this recipe is that it uses ingredients that you probably already have on hand. It’s super quick to make and stays good for days so it’s the perfect recipe to make in advance. This is definitely one of those recipes that you’re going to want to double for a crowd. Maybe triple

Some people ask for watergate salad without pineapple. This is definitely not it! I use the pineapple and it’s juice to dissolve the pudding mix. You can also make watergate salad with cottage cheese. It’s a lot like my Tropical Orange Jello Salad. You can add a cup of cottage cheese to this recipe if you like.

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