10 Healthier Ways to Love ColeslawBy Lauren Amundrud on June 13, 2016
Tired of the average coleslaw loaded with mayo? Ditching mayonnaise for yogurt or oil and vinegar is the perfect way lighten up your go-to side dish. Here’s to a summer of healthier, lighter slaws!
Apple Cranberry and Almond Coleslaw
What could make a creamy yogurt-based coleslaw even better? Fruit and nuts, of course!
This quick and easy classic coleslaw (without the mayo) is guaranteed to shine at your next cookout.
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Spicy Mexican Slaw with Lime and Cilantro
This Mexican slaw pairs perfectly with tacos and enchiladas. Don't love cilantro? Add more green onions instead!
Low Calorie Honey Mustard Broccoli Slaw
Broccoli saw is a great and easy alternative when you're not feeling keen on cabbage. Plus, broccoli is full of vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber!
Cucumber and Napa Cabbage Coleslaw
Cucumber is a cool and refreshing addition to your slaw!
Healthy Seasonal Recipes
Here's a tangy, vinegar-based coleslaw that's sure to please. As an added bonus, the apple cider vinegar in this dish helps fight inflammation, lower bad cholesterol and prevent heart attacks.
Healthy Holistic Living
Pineapple screams "summer!" Adding this seasonal staple is a great way to freshen up your coleslaw.
This gluten-free and vegan slaw will become your new potluck go-to. Toasted sunflower and pumpkin seeds add the perfect crunch!
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Paleo Coleslaw with Raw Honey Dressing
Here's a light a refreshing coleslaw to enjoy without the guilt—plus, it's Paleo-approved!
Healthy Broccoli Slaw with Yogurt Mint Dressing and Radishes
Up your slaw game with toasted almonds, radishes and golden raisins. This broccoli slaw is the perfect combination of crunchy and sweet with a little bit of a kick.
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