Well for those of you who care...I'm headed back to weight watchers. If you haven't noticed, because apparently it's obvious to people who keep asking me if I am pregnant...I know didn't people ever get told NEVER, NEVER, NEVER ask if a lady is pregnant unless you have been told....a student and my lovely father asked me...I've put on a few pounds. Sad but true. That seems to be how I roll, literally...LOL Anyway, because of that and health reasons I've got to get back on plan. I rejoined Weight Watchers last week. As much as I hate spending money on that it just needs to be done. This recipe comes from my friend, Kelli, who is also rejoining the world of Weight Watchers. It's from a cookbook but I don't have the information and I suppose I should get it cause again I don't need the copyright police at my door. I think she said it was the Taste of Home Cooking Light...I wonder if that's good enough. I really don't know the name either but I will call it Suped Up Cole Slaw because it's packed with veggies. According to her calculations, the serving size is 3/4 cup and it serves 8...the point value is 3 Points Plus value. I made a few adjustments by basically adding more veggies to equal 4 cups of veggies and 4 cups of slaw, this made the serving size 1 cup for still 3 points. I do have to say it was OK, not the best. It was definitely missing something. I added more salt and pepper, it still wasn't on target. This was my first "go" at slaw, if you are a slaw making fool please give me any pointers on how I can make this tastier.
1 cup Light Sour Cream
1/2 cup Fat Free Mayo (I used Light)
1 T sugar or splenda
1 T tarragon or regular vinegar (I used cider vinegar)
1/2 t salt
1/4 t pepper
1 cup coarsely chopped cauliflower
1 cup chopped celery
1/4 cup onion
1/4 cup green pepper
1/4 cup cucumber
1/2 cup chopped peanuts (I used cashews)
Mix the sour cream, mayo, sugar, vinegar, salt and pepper. In a large bowl combine cabbage and all other veggies. Add the dressing to the veggies. Mix well. Before serving sprinkle with peanuts.