Sunday, September 6, 2015

Easy Peasy Cole Slaw for No Labor #SundaySupper

To celebrate Labor Day, the Sunday Supper gang thought that we should share our No Labor recipes so that we can all enjoy the day off with our families and friends.

Labor Day is often the final picnic get together for the year so I chose to share my coleslaw recipe because after all what is a picnic without coleslaw?  I use my food processor to make light work of this salad but if you don't have a food processor or you want to relax even more than that you can always pick up a bag of shredded coleslaw mix and just add the homemade dressing.  No one will be the wiser, I promise.


Easy Peasy Cole Slaw

1 head cabbage, shredded
2 carrots, shredded
1 green pepper, shredded
3/4 c. Miracle Whip or Mayonnaise
1/4 c. apple cider vinegar
juice from half a lemon
2 t. sugar
salt and pepper to taste

Place Miracle Whip, vinegar, lemon, sugar, salt and pepper into a clean jar with a lid and shake it up until combined.  Place shredded vegetables into a large bowl.  Pour dressing onto vegetables and toss until well coated. Chill well, covered, before serving.  Print Recipe

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    30 comments:

    1. Your cole slaw is perfect for the holiday weekend! So easy and yummy!!! One of my favorite picnic treats :)

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    2. My husband loves cole slaw so I'll have to give this a try!

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    3. You can't celebrate Labor Day without the coleslaw!!

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      1. Yes, Nichole, it is a staple at all of our backyard feasts.

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      1. Me too Constance and I love all different kinds of cole slaw as well.

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    5. Do you know, I don't think I've ever made my own cole slaw! But since you make it look so easy, I guess I'd better try it!

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      1. Once you see how easy it is you will always make your own Katy.

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    6. Really easy and tasty cole slaw too. I like the lemon in it.

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      1. Thanks Renee, it helps to brighten it up I think.

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    7. Love me some good slaw. This looks delicious!

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      1. Join us tomorrow for burgers, corn on the cob and coleslaw Jennifer. We would love to have you.

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    9. Homemade slaw is always a winner. I don't mind the chopping - it's kind of relaxing.

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      1. When time is not a factor I enjoy the monotony of prepping foods too Laura.

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    10. Love cole slaw! But, alas, I am the only one that does. We had our final cook-out!

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      1. I don't think this will be our final cookout. We grill around here until the grill is buried in snow LOL

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    11. Slaw is a staple at most of our cookouts so I know this would be well received for my family and friends. We love having lots of salads at the table!

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    12. We are big slaw fans here, and I love how simple it is to make and what a great side for cookouts/grilling! Yours looks yummy!!

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    13. Cole Slaw is a must around here for sides and sammies!

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      1. Yes, ham and swiss with coleslaw is one of my faves.

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    14. Mmm, I love a good cole slaw and this looks like it qualifies!

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    15. Love a good cole slaw and this looks just perfect!Yum!

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