Saturday, June 30, 2018

Raspberry Coleslaw

I've decided I'm going to try a bunch of new slaw recipes this summer and share them with you:@) First up... Raspberry Cole Slaw. The addition of raspberry vinaigrette adds a mild berry flavor, and while the recipe says to add some whole berries as garnish, I suggest gently pulling them apart and mixing them into the salad for a bigger burst of flavor with each bite. This is a nice little twist on coleslaw and if you like raspberry, I think you'll like it!

The recipe calls for half red cabbage, I didn't have it and used all green.
It also doesn't call for salt, I did add a pinch.
Oh and, those pretty raspberries? I picked them from my son's yard this morning...
Life is good:@)

Raspberry Coleslaw-adapted from Taste of Home
2 C shredded green cabbage
2 C shredded red cabbage-can use all green
1 C shredded carrots
1/4 C raspberry vinaigrette-I used raspberry salad dressing
1 1/2 Tblsp mayonnaise
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
1/2 C fresh raspberries
  1. Mix everything except raspberries.
  2. Gently fold in berries and add some to top for garnish if desired.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)


  1. I usually make my coleslaw with raspberry vinegar but have never thought to add fresh raspberries. Going to try this.

  2. Interesting recipe, I'm for anything that keep meals from becoming boring and when they are healthy and made with raw fruits and veggies, all the better :)
    Thanks for sharing.
    Connie :)

  3. Oooh, I love slaws---looking forward to seeing all the recipes! Adding raspberries sounds wonderful! Lucky you with access to fresh berries :)

  4. I just added raspberries to my shopping list. How great to have them growing in the garden! The coleslaw sounds delicious. I have this ridiculous sweet tooth and wondering if a bit of sugar might be to my liking. Or maybe the raspberries add enough sweetness.

  5. This is a great twist on coleslaw Lynn, so refreshing!

  6. I also love cole slaws so will be very interested to see your recipes, Lynn! Love the berries in this one :)

  7. You had fresh raspberries from your son's garden? That is so wonderful, Lynn! Rapsberries are my favorite berry, and this sounds like a great recipe to try. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


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