Discover how to create a delicious and healthy kale apple slaw that will revolutionize your coleslaw game. Inspired by the Tropical Smoothie Café’s famous kale and apple slaw, this recipe is a delightful blend of colors and flavors. With Mann’s Power Blend as the star ingredient, you can whip up this vibrant slaw in no time. Say goodbye to dull, uninspiring coleslaw and embrace this nutritious and tasty alternative!
Forget about spending hours chopping cabbage and tenderizing kale. With a bag of Mann’s Power Blend, all the hard work is already done for you. Simply open the bag, and you’re ready to go!
No Added Sugar
Unlike traditional coleslaw recipes, this kale apple slaw does not contain any added sugar. The natural sweetness of dates and apples makes it a guilt-free and delicious option.
This antioxidant-rich coleslaw is packed with essential vitamins, particularly vitamin A and vitamin C. The fiber content makes it even more beneficial for your health.
Following a gluten-free diet? This kale slaw recipe is naturally gluten-free, making it an excellent choice for those with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.
Most coleslaw recipes rely heavily on mayo, but we’ve taken a different approach. By incorporating plain yogurt and tahini, we’ve made this slaw a higher protein option without compromising on taste.
Customize your kale apple slaw to suit your preferences. Swap sunflower seeds for sliced almonds or chopped walnuts. Try dried figs or raisins instead of dates. The possibilities are endless!
Perfect for Gatherings
Whether it’s a picnic, BBQ, or any other gathering, this kale slaw with apples is a crowd-pleaser. Watch as it disappears in no time!
Delicious and Colorful
Regular coleslaw can be a bit dull, but not this kale and apple slaw. Its vibrant colors and crisp texture make it a delightful and visually appealing dish.
To make this kale apple slaw, you will need the following ingredients:
- Mann’s Power Blend Super Food Mix
- Unpeeled chopped apple
- Finely chopped red onion
- Toasted sunflower seeds
- Pitted Medjool dates
- Non-fat plain yogurt
- Maple syrup or sugar-free syrup
- Fresh lime juice
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
- Dried dill
- Salt and pepper
To bring this kale apple slaw to life, you’ll need the following kitchen equipment:
- A good knife
How to Make Kale Apple Slaw
- Begin by prepping the fruits and veggies. Chop the apple into ½-inch dice, finely chop the red onion, and chop the dates.
- In a large bowl, combine Mann’s Power Blend, apple, onion, dates, and sunflower seeds. Give it a good stir to distribute the flavors.
- In a small bowl, whisk together mayo, yogurt, tahini, syrup, lime juice, garlic powder, onion powder, dill, salt, and pepper until smooth.
- Pour the dressing over the veggies and fruits in the large bowl. Stir everything together until well coated.
- Your kale apple slaw is ready to serve! Enjoy its refreshing and vibrant flavors.
💡 Expert Tip: If you’re not a fan of tahini, feel free to substitute with your favorite dressing. Creamy honey mustard or poppy seed dressing would be excellent alternatives.
Leftover kale apple slaw can be stored in a covered container in the refrigerator for 1-2 days. Keep in mind that the greens may become soggy over time, and the apples may brown depending on the variety used. Freezing is not recommended as it may affect the texture and taste of the slaw.
What to Serve with Kale Apple Slaw
This kale apple slaw pairs perfectly as a side dish or as a refreshing topping for burgers or sandwiches. Try it alongside buttery corn on the cob and barbecue pork ribs for a complete and satisfying meal. Looking to add some protein? Consider serving it with air-fried BBQ chicken, bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin, roast beef, or turkey burgers.
One serving of kale apple slaw contains approximately 280 calories, 26.1 grams of net carbs, and 4.8 grams of protein. These values may vary depending on the specific brands and ingredients used.
💭 Expert Tip: Ensure a well-rounded meal by including protein-rich foods alongside this kale apple slaw.
Other Healthy Side Dish Recipes
Looking for more healthy side dish recipes? Give these a try:
- Air Fryer Cabbage Steaks
- Air Fryer Frozen Vegetables
- No Cook Refrigerator Pickles
- Air Fryer Baby Carrots
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