Family loves this cole slaw - including my husband and daughter who usually don't like slaw! Thanks for posting their recipe = and especially one that doesn't have dairy for allergic family members!
I enjoy trying different slaws and this one was a success. I liked the crunchiness & pretty colors. The red pepper was striking & the yellow mustard gave it a faint yellow hue. My cabbage was blah & pale so the color was welcome. I liked that this stayed creamy and was low fat! I thought it needed some little something to finish perking the flavor, but that honestly could have been that blah cabbage I used. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Great starter recipe. Used low fat mayo instead and yellow mustard. Added about 5 drops of hot sauce to add a kick to go with the sweetness. Chopped up raw almonds and mandarin oranges mixed those in. Found left over asparagus in the fridge do I chopped that up as well. Very colorful and nutritious. Taste great. Hopefully the kids will eat it. (Fingers crossed)
Yummy! I added in some fat free sour cream as I had just a bit left that needed to be used up and used Splenda for the sugar. I'm sorry that I didn't have any peppers in the house, the crunch would have been so nice. Made for Feb's happy Hearts in the Diabetic Forum.
I also used a red bell pepper. I used splenda in the dressing. And yellow mustard. So yummy and tangy with just a little bit of sweetness. Thanks Smellyvegetarian :) Made for 123 hit wonders
I cut this down to just serve two, and it turned out great. Normally I'm not a fan of low fat mayo, but with this recipe I didn't even notice it. Loved the colors too. Made for 123 Hits tag....thanks for sharing!
I liked the addition of other veggies,next time I'll add some scallions. I cut down the sugar a bit.I don't mind trying it with real mayo.
This was a super easy recipe to make and very like the original we are all used to with less fat. Thanks for sharing, we really enjoyed it.