During the summer months, I love to make salads and other dishes that do not require heat. Coleslaw is one of my favorites to make. It’s so easy, doesn’t heat up my kitchen, and cheap! Crisp Apple Coleslaw  gives just a bit of a fruity twist to traditional coleslaw.

This recipe is such a simple one. It requires few ingredients and they are all healthy so you can feel great about eating this coleslaw! Juicy apples, hints of celery seed, and crisp cabbage… lovely.Crisp Apple Coleslaw - This recipe is such a simple one. It requires few ingredients and they are all healthy so you can feel great about eating this coleslaw! Juicy apples, hints of celery seed, and crisp cabbage… lovely.

Crisp Apple Coleslaw

Slaw:
10 cups cabbage slaw mix
3 apples – chopped

Dressing:
2 tbs extra virgin olive oil
1/16 tsp stevia (or 5 tbs of sugar or honey)
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup apple juice
1/4 cup white vinegar
1/4 tsp celery seed

Directions:
Mix cabbage slaw and apples together in large bowl.
In separate bowl, combine all the dressing ingredients.
Pour the dressing over the slaw and toss to coat.
Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours prior to serving so that the slaw has time to soak up the dressing.

Makes 14 servings (1 cup/serving)




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