COLE SLAW (WITH STEVIA)

COLE SLAW (WITH STEVIA)
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Serves: 15-20
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Ingredients

2 bag(s) shredded cabbage & carrots (cole slaw mix)
1/2 medium onion, finely chopped or minced
1/2 medium apple, finely chopped or minced
DRESSING
3/4 c mayo with olive oil
1/4 c plain greek yogurt
1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp lime juice
1 Tbsp orange juice
1 tsp salt
3/4 c stevia or ideal
1 tsp cayenne pepper or louisiana hot sauce

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Lori Newton Recipe
Full Flavored
Ardmore, OK (pop. 24,283)
lokie64
Member Since Feb 2011
Lori's notes for this recipe:
My family loves cole slaw. Cole slaw can be healthy, but some has a lot of sugar & chemicals. We try to eat as clean as possible & limit our refined sugar intake, so I came up with this super healthy cole slaw. Low in sugar & high in fiber & nutrients. Our family & friends LOVE it! I hope you enjoy!
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Directions

1
Empty one bag of cabbage, onion & apple into a LARGE bowl. You need a LARGE bowl in order to mix everything up well. It will look like a lot, but after it sits for awhile, it shrinks way down.
2
DRESSING - Add all dressing ingredients to a medium bowl& whisk together until completely smooth. If dressing is a little thick, add a couple of teaspoons of milk to think it out.
3
Pour dressing over cabbage & mix until thoroughly coated. Add the remaining bag of cabbage & mix until all is thoroughly coated.
4
Refrigerate at least a few hours before serving, preferable overnight. Taste better the longer it sits.
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user Lori Newton lokie64 - Jul 3, 2013
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user Lori Newton lokie64 - Jul 4, 2013
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user Laura Darragh Laulee - Aug 16, 2013
Hi Lori; What is Stevia and or ideal. This coleslaw sounds good..Thank you
user Lori Newton lokie64 - Aug 16, 2013
Hi! Stevia and Ideal are all natural sweeteners with zero or very low glycemic index so they are safe for diabetics. I am diabetic, so I need to stay away from sugar, but I do NOT eat artificial sweeteners. Stevia & Ideal (xylitol) are safe to your body whereas artificial sweeteners (aspartame, splenda, etc.) are toxic to our bodies.

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