Brussels Sprout Slaw – Eat Your Greens for #SundaySupper

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I love veggies.  One of my favorites is Brussels sprouts.  Just about any way you make them, I think they’re yummy.  That’s one of the reasons I decided to make these Brussels into an uncooked slaw for our Eat Your Greens #SundaySupper theme this week.  Thanks so much to DB or Foodie Stuntman from Crazy Foodie Stunts for hosting!

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I started this recipe by shredding 1 pound of Brussels Sprouts, 4 carrots (peeled) and 1/2 head of red cabbage in my brand new, handy dandy, Kitchen Aid Slicer/Shredder attachment.  After shredding all those veggies, my kitchen sure smelled fresh!  That was the hardest part of the recipe.  If you don’t have a Kitchen Aid Slicer/Shredder Attachment, feel free to use your food processor, or for heaven sake, a cheese grater (this might end up taking a lot of time and patience and you’ll probably wish you had just made a regular old coleslaw with a bagged mix from the grocery store).

Once you have your veggies all nicely shredded up, toss them together.  Next, in a separate bowl make your dressing.  I used mayo, Miracle Whip, canola oil, white sugar, apple cider vinegar (white wine vinegar would work if you don’t have apple cider vinegar, but please don’t use white vinegar), celery seed (I love this stuff in slaw) & salt & pepper to taste.

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I mix that up well and toss it over the veggies.  Then I toss in pomegranate flavor dried cranberries.  I tossed this in the refrigerator for a couple of hours before serving at a women’s gathering at church.  It was a hit.

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Totally scarfed down!

Brussels Sprout Slaw
 
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This is a twist on your typical cole slaw, using shredded Brussel's Sprouts in place of cabbage.
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Recipe type: Salad
Serves: 15
Ingredients
  • 1 pound Brussels sprouts, shredded
  • 4 carrots, peeled & shredded
  • 1 cup shredded red cabbage
  • 1 cup Miracle Whip
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • ⅓ cup canola (or vegetable) oil
  • ¼ cup apple cider (or white wine) vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp. celery seed
  • 5 oz. package pomegranate (or cherry or regular) dried cranberries
Instructions
  1. Combine veggies in a large bowl.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine Miracle Whip, mayonnaise, oil, apple cider vinegar, celery seed and salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Pour dressing over veggies and toss well to combine.
  4. Add seeds and dried cranberries and toss again.
  5. Chill for at least ½ hour.

I love veggies for greens, but there are sure a lot of other green foods out there, as you will see if you check out some of the fun things my #SundaySupper friends have cooked up this week!  What a great way to celebrate St. Patty’s tomorrow!  Although Hubby says he celebrates St. Patty’s with ORANGE because he’s Protestant Irish, he says GREEN is Catholic Irish.  (I think he celebrates with orange because he likes to be different from everyone else!)
Green Light Appetizers and Sides

Getting Greens Through Salads

Entreés That Will Leave You Green With Envy

Desserts and Beverages That Will Make Others Turn Green

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39 thoughts on “Brussels Sprout Slaw – Eat Your Greens for #SundaySupper

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  3. Love b.s. slaw! I am putting brussels sprouts on the shopping list right now.

  4. What a tasty salad. We adore Brussels Sprouts and will definitely have to try this! Great idea for #SundaySupper!

  5. A month ago we started this bi-weekly tradition of having a raw food night. One of the first things I made was a brussels sprouts slaw and I was so impressed with it. I think it is my preferred kind of slaw now.

  6. I love veggie slaws! Thanks for the recipe!

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  8. Brussel Sprouts are a favorite of mine! I love your salad!

  9. I’ve been wanting to break in my new food processor I bet shredding some Brussel Sprouts may help!! What a fabulous recipe!

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  11. I love Brussels Sprout Slaw!

  12. Brussels Sprouts is one veggie that I love finding recipes on – trying to give myself more ways to try to enjoy them :) This is one I will have to try!

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  14. I’m still learning to love Brussels sprouts, but the last time I had them, they were shaved like they are in your recipe. MUCH easier for me to enjoy that way :)
    I see myself trying your recipe very soon!

  15. This is one of my brothers favorites but I’ve yet to try it at home.

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  17. Brussels sprouts are my favorite green too. I love coming up with different ways of preparing them…no matter what, they’re always a great choice!

    • I love to try different ways of preparing them too, but Hubby just loves to roast them. So half the time we try something new and half the time we have them roasted! Either way, you’re absolutely right, they’re always a great choice. I’ve never tried Edamame Hummus before, what a unique idea! HUGS

  18. I love brussel sprouts and I love cole slaw. The combination is twice as delicious!!

    • I thought so, and so did the other ladies who tried it. It sure did disappear quickly! Thanks for stopping by! And Oh My Gosh. . . your Lemon Kiwi Meringue Pie looks so scrumptious! I wish I were there to try it myself! If I ever get brave enough I might give something like that a try myself! HUGS

  19. I’m a newer brussels sprouts fan so I’m glad you posted this recipe!

    • I hope you enjoy it, Jennifer, and thanks for sharing your yummy Artichoke Heart Pizza! The Arugula looks especially yummy on top! I love artichoke hearts on pizza! HUGS

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  21. Now this is my kind of salad! I love it all! That’s all I can say,except, yum!

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  24. Could this possibly be the recipe where I finally like brussels sprouts? Sounds really good. And we just got a Trader Joe’s here in Denver and I noticed they had a bag of shredded. I must give this one a try. Nice cooking with you for Sunday Supper.

    • I’ve never seen pre-shredded brussels sprouts! I totally think you should try a shredded dish. If not this, then try a warm shredded brussels sprouts salad. I love brussels sprouts, but then, I also love cabbage. This is different in flavor and texture than a regular cole slaw, so be prepared for the difference. If you’re expecting a regular cole slaw, you may be disappointed, but if you’re in for a different experience, I encourage you to try it.
      Maybe if you’re going to try something new for brussels sprouts, I’ll try something new for chard (which I have never liked) and give your Moroccan Greens a go! I might cut back on the heat some, but they sound smoky and tangy with that lemon, and I love the sunny side egg! HUGS

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  27. YUM! It would be worth breaking out the KA shredder to make this lovely salad. I can only imagine my bloody knuckles if I had to do it by hand!

    • I can’t even think of doing it by hand. I would definately opt for the pre-shredded bag of cole slaw mix, lol. Thanks so much for stopping by, Liz. And I have always loved Grasshoppers! I’ve never made Mousse before, I’ll have to think about trying it with your Grasshopper Mousse for sure! HUGS

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  30. All the fresh ingredients in your slaw make me crave a big bowl right now, Cheryl! Thank you for the motivation to get some celery seed into my pantry =) And thank you for sharing this recipe =)

    • You are very welcome, I LOVE celery seed in salads like this! Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a little comment love! Your Chocolate Mint Cake sure looks scrumptious too! HUGS

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