Simple Carrot Slaw

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Serves 2 | Prep Time 10 | Cook Time 0

Why I Love This Recipe

Bright and colorful and filled with health! Rich in vitamins A and C, along with iron and antioxidants. It's a great little side dish for any meal! A food processor with a shred disk can make this in minutes.

Ingredients You'll Need

3-5 carrots
1 large apple (red skin looks best in this dish)
1 cup spinach
1/4 cup organic raisins
1/2 Tbs cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil
squeeze of lime
optional additions: Sea salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, powdered ginger, cilantro, or your other favorite flavors

*A simple slaw: shred carrots, apple, and spinach. Toss with organic raisins and drizzle with a light dressing of cold-pressed extra virgil olive oil or squeezed citrus. Season as desired! (whatever floats your boat).


1. Prepare the carrots by cleaning and cutting of the top and tip. Peel if you like, or just wash well.

2. Core the apple. It's better to leave the skin on for extra nutrients, but you can peel it if you prefer.

3. Use shredder disc of a food processor to shred the carrots, apple, and even the spinach. Or you can finely slice all by hand.

4. You can adjust the amounts of any ingredient to your personal taste.

5. Stir together in large bowl and drizzle with oil and lime juice.

6. Add additional seasoning as desired.

7. Can enjoy immediately, or cover and chill to let flavors blend.

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