How to Make Fat-Free Dressing for Coleslaw

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Not all coleslaw dressings need to be high in fat. Find out how to make fat-free dressing for coleslaw in your own kitchen with help from a body and life stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, it's Rosie Battista from Icooknaked.com. Of course, I'm not really naked but I'm here to bring you some naked recipes and some new ideas for healthy eating. So this recipe we're making today is a fat-free dressing for coleslaw. So dressings are what get people into trouble because they're always laden with fat and lots of calories unnecessarily. So here we're going to make a simple dressing using fat-free Greek yogurt, some plain old ordinary brown mustard and some balsamic vinegar. That's it. So we're just going to simply mix these all together, one cup of fat-free Greek yogurt, two tablespoons of mustard and one tablespoon of balsamic vinegar. So now we have a nice thick creamy dressing and we're going to add this right to our coleslaw. We're just going to pour that on and we're going to gently mix. So what I want to tell you about this coleslaw is that it's not your typical, you're probably saying it doesn't look like typical coleslaw because it's not and you can easily just buy already chopped up cabbage and carrots and use that as your coleslaw, but what I did was I took some collared leaves and I chopped them finely and I added some carrots and I added some raisins and some celery for crunch and a little bit of apple and you have a really different kind of coleslaw going on here with a nice delicious fat-free dressing, no guilt, healthy, delicious coleslaw. So feel free to use this fat-free dressing on whatever salad or greens you like. You don't have to worry. It's quick, easy and really healthy. So I'm Rosie Battista from Icooknaked.com. Ciao for now, while I chow on this.

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