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hey guys today’s recipe is a super simple refreshing low-fat low-calorie version of coleslaw it’s one of my favorite side dishes because I can eat a ton of this stuff without eating a ton of calories plus I love how full it makes me feel hours after I eat it all you need to know how to do is make it the right way and I’ll show you how to do that right now so let’s get cooking in a medium to large size bowl we’re gonna add four and a half cups for 255 grams of prepackaged coleslaw mix four tablespoons or 60 grams of light Miracle Whip next add in a quarter of a teaspoon or 1 gram of sugar substitute followed by a quarter teaspoon of salt now add in a half teaspoon of rice vinegar and a half teaspoon of unsweetened almond milk last but not least a pinch of pepper that’s a wrap today guys I’ve got some coleslaw to eat the two things I love about this recipe the most number one how quick it is to do it maybe takes you five minutes maybe and number two the crunch factor I’m obsessed with crunchy foods and this totally cures my crunch cravings so enough of the alliteration I’m gonna get to the macros this entire bowl which is a generous serving 158 calories 24 grams of carbs 6 of which are fiber 6 grams of fat and 3 grams of protein please leave your questions or suggestions in the comments below and as always thank you for watching holy guacamole that’s good
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How To Make Healthy, Low-Fat, Coleslaw Recipe That’s Better Than KFC
*If you don’t have a prepackaged coleslaw mix available where you are shred 4 cups (225g) of green cabbage and 1/2 cup (30g) of carrots
Macros For The Entire Bowl: 158 Calories, 24C (6fiber), 6F, 3P
4 1/2 Cups (255g) Prepackaged coleslaw mix
4 Tbsp (60g) Miracle Whip (or mayo of choice)
1/4 Tsp (1g) sugar substitute
1/4 Tsp salt
1/4 Tsp rice vinegar
1/2 Tsp unsweetened almond milk
Pinch of pepper
Mix to combine