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KFC Cole Slaw Fat Free Recipe
KFC Cole Slaw Fat Free
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Salad
Calories: 70
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.9 (14 reviews)
 
It does'nt get much easier than this. If you like the taste of KFC Cole Slaw, but don't like the 10.5 grams of fat per 3/4 cup serving, you're going to love this recipe. Using fat free Miracle Whip and sugar you can make a guiltless dressing to recreate the taste of the worlds most famous coleslaw. The most work you'll do on this one is chopping the cabbage, carrot and onion into tiny, rice-size bits. that's an I'mportant step, if you want the texture of the original. Plus, the chopping action may help burn off what little calories you take in while enjoying this original Top Secret Recipes fat free conversion of a fast food favorite.

Source: "Top Secret Recipes Lite" by Todd Wilbur.

Nutrition Facts
Serving size - Approx. 3/4 cup
Total servings - 8
Fat per serving - 0g Original - 10.5g
Calories per serving - 57 Original - 210

1 cup fat free Miracle Whip
1/4 cup sugar
8 cups cabbage, finely minced
1/4 cup carrot, shredded then minced
2 tablespoons minced onion

1. Combine Miracle Whip with sugar in a large bowl. Mix well with electric beater until sugar is dissolved.

2. Add cabbage, carrot, and onion, and toss well. Be sure cabbage and carrot are chopped into very small pieces, about the size of rice.

3. Cover and chill for at least two hours before serving.

Serves 8.



        
Billie  
Submitted on: 04/22/10
WONDERFUL!!!!! I love KFC Slaw and this is the closest thing - and fat free!!! The world keeps getting better and better ;>
Skylee  
Submitted on: 09/01/09
This is the best coleslaw. I love the original, however this low-fat alternative doesn't make me regret the second helping. :) Great job!
Carol  
Submitted on: 05/16/09
Good for you AND easy to make!
Carlitos  
Submitted on: 09/14/08
DIVINE!!! I'm a SPLENDA (sucralose) lover so cut the calories and replace the sugar. Certainly agree that vinegar is key and I use tarragon vinegar, 1% milk, and don't add any salt as not necessary. Oh, and I use the purple/red cabbage as it has more antioxidants and makes for a fun light lavender dish ;D
Christine  
Submitted on: 06/07/08
A definite winner with a splash of vinegar! My husband nearly ate the entire bowl on his own! Thanks so much for this recipe...
Maggie  
Submitted on: 01/20/08
I'm diabetic so I substitute 2 packets of Equal for the sugar and add one quarter cup of vinegar - nobody noticed the missing sugar.
Heidi  
Submitted on: 07/13/06
When I started making this recipe for my husband, he asked me to marry him again! Since KFC changed their coleslaw recipe, this is the only way to get the original taste. I tried some slaw with celery seed mixed in..I might try that next time.
Wendy White  
Submitted on: 05/31/06
You can use a blender to get the rice size bits easily! Put cabbage, carrot & onion only about 1/4 the way up in the blender and fill with cold water. Pulse until you get the desired size bits, and drain well in a colander. Works like magic! I also add a tsp of horseradish to the coleslaw for a "bit of bite".
linda  
Submitted on: 05/13/06
this recipe is awesome..... the only thing i did different was add a splash of vinegar and milk..........excellent recipe
Amie H.  
Submitted on: 03/07/06
Awesome! We love it and will make it again. Great low-fat food!
Chris  
Submitted on: 02/02/06
Great tasting!!
tedybrcoll@aol.com  
Submitted on: 12/01/05
This is really good.
e. romanczuk  
Submitted on: 08/13/05
Have tried this recipe a number of times. Always a hit with the crowd and the first salad to go.
jennifer  
Submitted on: 07/18/05
At first this tasted good, but a lot like miracle whip. after letting it set for a few hours, surprise, it was exact. My whole family loved it.