Syn Free Coleslaw | Slimming World

There’s a lot of Slimming World recipes out there for Coleslaw, but this is how we make our Syn Free Coleslaw.

Syn Free Coleslaw

For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍

Coleslaw is a classic side dish to accompany salads, jacket potatoes, BBQs and of course our Low Syn KFC Fakeaway. But, as with many of our favourite things it’s pretty high in syns. So why not make your own?

Syn Free Coleslaw

It couldn’t be simpler. Takes 15 minutes at most, and if you’re a seasoned Slimming Worlder you’ll probably have all the ingredients to hand anyway.

If you’re feeling daring you could even try a few variations. Why not try adding some prawns, Jalapenos, curry powder or some grated reduced fat cheddar (but don’t forget to add on the syns!) They’re all great in a jacket potato!

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Syn Free Coleslaw

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Syn Free Coleslaw

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Weight Watchers

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45kcal Zero

Smart Points (Flex/Freestyle)



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  1. Mix the cabbage, onion and carrots together
  2. In another bowl mix together the Yogurt, Quark, Mustard Powder, Lemon Juice . Beat well to remove any lumps
  3. Combine the veg mix and the yogurt mix, then season with salt and pepper to taste

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    1. Hi Charlotte
      It probably wouldn’t freeze very well, but if you click on the number of servings in the recipe you can adjust it to make as much or as little as you want 🙂

  1. Made this to accompany Beef kofta wraps, went down well with my wife, she loves slaw….Thanks for the recipe, keep up the fabulous work..!!

    1. Hi Linda
      A quick google search has raised a couple of possibilities – Fromage blanc or ‘Faisselle’ is apparently an alternative available ‘en France’. I also saw someone mention Carrefour’s own 0% Fromage blanc. Hope that helps!

    1. Hi Jan,

      Could be the type of vegetables you’re using – some cabbages can be quite bitter. Try it again with a different variety 😊

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