Great value coleslaw dressing

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Coleslaw Dressing

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tbsp (15 g)

Amount Per Serving

Calories

60

 

% Daily Values*

Total Fat

g

6%

Saturated Fat

g

5%

Trans Fat

-

Cholesterol

5mg

2%

Sodium

mg

9%

Total Carbohydrate

g

1%

Dietary Fiber

-

Sugars

g

Protein

g

Vitamin D

-

Calcium

-

Iron

-

Potassium

-

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3%

of RDI*

(60 cal)

3% RDI

Calorie Breakdown:

 

Carbohydrate (26%)

 

Fat (74%)

 

Protein (0%)

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Nutritional Summary:

Cals

60

Fat

5g

Carbs

4g

Prot

0g

There are 60 calories in 1 tbsp (15 g) of Great Value Coleslaw Dressing.
Calorie Breakdown: 74% fat, 26% carbs, 0% prot.

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  • Lordy, Lord how woke have we gotten that one cannot say lately we had to much of ethnic recipes without someone thinking it is racist? Calling it racists make that very person one by thinking it only applies to minority of color. I am German one of my girlfriends is Swiss other French as far as I know we are all of ethnicity. Slaw is my favorite I use less mayo sometimes l sub lemon juice for vinegar.

  • Lordy, Lord how woke have we gotten that one cannot say lately we had to much of ethnic recipes without someone thinking it is racist? Calling it racists make that very person one by thinking it only applies to minority of color. I am German one of my girlfriends is Swiss other French as far as I know we are all of ethnicity. Slaw is my favorite I use less mayo sometimes l sub lemon juice for vinegar.

  • The most recent review is racist BS. So adding this to say you can love a classic coleslaw without having to hate on other cuisines and ethnicities. Cut down the mayo by about 25% if you like things drier. Up the vinegar for a bit more acid.

  • Honestly, I'm just happy to see a down home American recipe. I appreciate the good intentions but all the ethnic variety has been a little much recently

  • It's very good and I'll make it again. However, unless you like your slaw REAL wet I'd say cut the mayo to 2/3 or maybe even 1/2 cup. Even that'll be plenty to dress it. And believe me, I love the taste of mayo. I used half the celery seed. Good for about two days max; after that it gets very tired and, well, sloppy. But you knew that.

  • To remaining dollop in mayo jar,I added Dahi,apple cider vinegar,honey,pepper, and a stir. Thanks for the nudge!

  • Thanks for this recipe. I was looking for one to serve at our Super Bowl party. This was a good starting point. I added a little more to my tasting. I used 3/4 cup o mayo & 1/4 cup Greek yogurt. I added 3 Tbl of apple vinegar & 1 Tbl of rice vinegar. I also added 2 Tbl of honey & 2 Tbl of white sugar. I like my slaw with a little more vinegar with a touch os sweetness.

  • I love this recipe and so do my kids! It’s crunchy, fresh and I love the apple cider vinegar and celery seed! Give it a try it’ll be a favorite.

  • I used 3/4 cup of mayonnaise and Rice Vinegar, this was easy to prepare and delicious.

  • This recipe is a keeper for me. I love coleslaw especially with pulled pork. I did not think there was too much mayonaise, but I do not use commercial mayo; I use a brand that is made with olive oil, mustard flour and other ingredients that one would not find in commercial mayo. Maybe that made a difference for not having too much of a mayo taste.

  • A little too much mayonnaise. But over all great recipe.

  • Too much mayonnaise flavor

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    Great Value Coleslaw Dressing, 16 oz

     

    gluten-free
    corn-free

     

    One serving costs about $

    approx. $

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    Great Value Coleslaw Dressing, 16 oz: This low fat coleslaw dressing is great for anyone who needs foods suitable for a vegetarian diet. This product has 10 ingredients (in our experience: the fewer ingredients, the better!) According to our research, this product contains no ingredients that you should avoid. At about 1 cents, this product is inexpensive.

    10 Ingredients

    soybean oil, sugar, water, apple cider vinegar, corn sugar vinegar, egg yolk, salt, contains less than 2% of mustard flour, xanthan gum, calcium disodium edta to protect flavor

    This product should be msg free, peanut free, no artificial colors, vegetarian, no artificial flavors, no artificial ingredients, nut free, corn free, and gluten free.
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