The American Homemaker blog. She adds craisins and uses real sugar in her recipe, and I've made it that way before we were doing low carb, but it's just as good this way!! This is a great side dish to go with grilled meats or even baked meat dishes. It's also great to take as a pot luck dish to a bbq. This entire recipe is only 16 net carbs, so if you wanted to serve 4, it would be 4 carbs per serving. And that gives very generous servings. Todd requests this salad a lot, that along with a blue cheese coleslaw that I make. I'll have to share that recipe the next time I make it.
16 net carbs for whole recipe
½ cup real bacon pieces (from a package or freshly cooked)
12 oz pkg broccoli coleslaw mix (you can find this by the regular coleslaw mix in most stores)
½ cup sunflower seed kernels (shelled, get the roasted and salted kind)
3 TBSP red wine vinegar
1 TBSP splenda
1 c mayo
In a large bowl combine the broccoli slaw, bacon bits and sunflower seeds. In a small bowl, whisk together the vinegar, splenda and
mayo. Pour over broccoli mixture and toss until well mixed.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
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