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If you're following a low-carb diet or are simply watching your carb intake, you'll love our collection of healthy salad recipes. From finding your favorite chicken salad recipe to discovering a new easy coleslaw recipe to take to your next potluck, we're sure to have a recipe for you. These recipes are so easy and delicious, we wouldn't blame you if you came up with reasons to serve one every day of the week. After all, deli salads make for great side dishes!
And if you love our low-carb deli salads, you should go check out some of our other easy low carb recipe collections, like our low-carb snack recipes or low-carb dessert recipes!
Let the Pennsylvania Dutch lead you in the right direction with our Amish Coleslaw. The sweet and tangy flavors of horseradish and white vinegar will excite friends and family who try this dish!
Creamy reduced-fat sour cream adds lusciousness to our Creamy Dill Chicken Salad. Best part? It's a healthy diabetic recipe that's perfect for a light lunch, picnic, or really anytime at all.
Make your own coleslaw with only "good-for-you" ingredients! Our Cabbage Patch Slaw is made fresh and tastes like it came from the garden every time you make it.
If you're a cabbage lover and need a great diabetic recipe to use up leftover turkey, then this recipe is sure to catch your attention. Our Asian Turkey Cabbage Slaw topped off with crunchy ramen noodles is simply delicious.
Whether you like your slaw creamy or crunchy, this one delivers both! Direct from the Mr. Food Test Kitchen, we've come up with a Creamy Crunchy Slaw for you to make that will have everyone green with envy!
Yes you can make Your Very Own Waldorf Salad and still stick to your diabetes diet. This lighter, healthier version includes some cooked chicken, to hearty it up, and is sure to be one of your favorite healthy coleslaw recipes.
This classic Garden Chicken Salad gets its tasty crunch from lots of fresh veggies. It's so good it's hard to believe this will keep you looking your best. Say goodbye guilt, hello taste!
French dressing and fresh parsley put a unique twist on this cucumber and onion salad. Best of all, when we call it One Bowl Cucumber Salad, we mean it!
The healthy benefits of tree-ripe apples and crunchy walnuts add lots of spark to our Apple Tree Cabbage Slaw. This slaw is one of our favorite takes on a lighter version of a Waldorf-style salad.
Anytime you add a bit of Dijon-style mustard to a recipe, it immediately transports your taste buds to a French bistro. That's exactly what will happen when you lighten up your egg salad with this healthier recipe for Bistro Egg Salad.