Lori's StoryMy 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!
shredded cabbage & carrots (cole slaw mix)
onion, finely chopped or minced
apple, finely chopped or minced
mayo with olive oil
plain greek yogurt
apple cider vinegar
stevia or ideal
cayenne pepper or louisiana hot sauce
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1Empty 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.
2DRESSING - 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.
3Pour dressing over cabbage & mix until thoroughly coated. Add the remaining bag of cabbage & mix until all is thoroughly coated.
4Refrigerate at least a few hours before serving, preferable overnight. Taste better the longer it sits.
About this Recipe
Laura Darragh Laulee - Aug 16, 2013
Hi Lori; What is Stevia and or ideal. This coleslaw sounds good..Thank you
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.