Lower Carb Cole Slaw

One of the reasons I find it impossible to stick to a low-carb diet is that I miss side some of my favorite side dishes (and pasta, bread, soda, etc.). So, I went online and started trying to find something easy that I could make and keep in the fridge. After googling recipes I came up with this lower-carb recipe:



 Lower Carb Cole Slaw
 (makes approximately 5 1/4 cups)
  • 1 C. Mayo
  • 2 T. Truvia
  • 1/4 C. Coconut milk
  • 1/4 C. Vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1 pinch of pepper
  • 16 oz. Tri-color Cole Slaw Mix (some bags are 14 oz.--that works fine too) 
Directions:
  •  Mix first 6 ingredients. Add vegetable mix.  Refrigerate 2 hours. 
  • Optional: Add a little regular milk or coconut milk if you want it creamier. 

The Damage:  
Serving size : 3/4 C.
Calories:  178
Fat: 27
Carbs: 6.3
Fiber: 1.6

I know a lot of people count "net carbs", so.... 6.3 (carbs) - 1.6 (fiber) - 1 (Erythritol) = 3 net carbs


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  1. I'll sometimes make it even healthier by replacing some/most of the mayo with yogurt. I love that they have broccoli slaw nowadays too. I think I might like that even better than the traditional cabbage slow. Just FYI, tried getting here via the Tasty Tuesdays post on Anyonita Nibbles, but the link didn't work. Might want to re-submit?? [#TastyTuesdays]

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    1. I don't know why I didn't think of broccoli slaw! Broccoli is my favorite vegetable. I'm not sure how yogurt would do for low carb, but it would definitely change the fat. Thanks for the suggestions!

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