Find a variety of creamy, crunchy, easy-to-make coleslaw recipes that will make you shun shop-bought coleslaw forever.

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    1 review

    Fresh, delicious and crunchy coleslaw made with red cabbage, red onion, carrot and red pepper in a creamy dressing.

    Recipe by: Samantha's Supper

    1 review

    This recipe is really easy to make and much better than shop bought coleslaw. You can make it and keep it in the fridge for a couple of days afterwards. It goes down really well at a barbecue.

    Recipe by: dannir92

    23 reviews

    This is crisp and refreshing salad, perfect for a picnic or hot summer evening.

    Recipe by: Barrett

    1 review

    This coleslaw salad is a great for a BBQ or a light lunch. The yoghurt dressing is lighter than other coleslaw dressings.

    Recipe by: DangrGirl

    1 review

    I once had some coleslaw at a grill, and it was the best coleslaw I'd ever had because you could taste apple in it, so when I recently wanted some coleslaw for a meal I decided to make my own with some apple in it.

    Recipe by: spacehippo

    No reviews

    A fresh, raw, nutritious and delicious coleslaw or salad. You could really add any organic vegetables you want. Spinach and rocket work well but I like the flavour kale adds. The cashew nuts in the dressing are optional - but they do make the dressing taste creamier.

    Recipe by: theblendergirl

    45 reviews

    This recipe is incredibly easy. A coleslaw with a sweet and tangy blend of Asian flavours. Takes about 5 minutes to make! Make it early in the day, and it will be a great with dinner. Refreshing and delicious, it's an ideal summer side dish!

    Recipe by: TOPROCKMAN

    33 reviews

    Red and green cabbage are mixed with an array of vegetables, then tossed with a spicy lime dressing.

    Recipe by: Doug Matthews

    43 reviews

    A nutritious, balanced meal that's easy to throw together in a pinch.

    Recipe by: JULESKICKS2

    No reviews

    Here's a wonderful American side dish for summertime parties with hamburgers or hot dogs, though this one is especially formulated to use on pulled pork sandwiches! The listed "resting" time is for the cabbage and carrot to "weep", and can be up to 4 hours.

    Recipe by: WileyP

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