Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Pistachio Cream Cheese Fingers

These cute little pastel green fingers taste amazing.

These Pistachio Cream Cheese Fingers are rich and moist with cream cheese and chocolate. They are a fun shape and are a hit at parties. Best of all, they are easy to make.

This is another delicious dessert I served at my beauty salon's Customer Appreciation Nights. These events were full of food and fun, I tell ya. See my previous post for my yummy Apple Strudel Bars, which were also served at these beauty events.

Pistachio Cream Cheese Fingers Recipe:

1 c. sugar
1 c. real butter, softened
1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
1 t. real vanilla extract
1 large egg
2 1/4 c. flour
 3 3/4-ounce box Instant Pistachio flavored Pudding & Pie Filling Mix
1 t. baking powder
1/2 t. sea salt
3 ounces semi-sweet chocolate
1 t. deodorized coconut oil


In a large bowl, beat the sugar, butter, and cream cheese until fluffy.
Add the vanilla and egg;beat well. Set aside.
Lightly spoon flour into measuring cup; level off and pour into a medium bowl.
Add the dry pudding mix, baking powder, and salt. Whisk to combine.
Add the flour mixture to the cream cheese mixture; mix well.
Cover the dough with plastic wrap and chill at least 1 hour for easier handling.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease cookie sheets.
Shape teaspoonfuls of chilled dough into 1 1/2-inch fingers.
Place on prepared cookie sheets.
Bake 9 to 12 minutes, or until set. Cool completely.
In a small sauce pan, melt the chocolate and coconut oil together, with stirring until well blended.
Drizzle a small amount of chocolate over each cookie and let set up completely before transferring.



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Banana Nugget Cookies (With Chocolate & Oats)

Here is a yummy way to use up your old over-ripe bananas. 

These cookies are very moist, with a pleasant touch of spice and just the right amount of chocolate to make them truly delicious!

These cookies are very quick to mix up and bake. They store well for a few days, and are great to pack into school lunches or take along on picnics. kids, as well as adults, really like them too.

You can even freeze your old bananas and then thaw them out later to use in this cookie recipe.

Banana Nugget Cookies Recipe:

3/4 c. real butter or deodorized coconut oil
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. brown sugar
1 large egg
1 1/2 c. sifted flour
1/2 t. baking soda
1 t. sea salt or BioSalt
1/4 t. fresh grated nutmeg
3/4 t. cinnamon
1 c. ripe mashed bananas (about 2 large)
1 3/4 c. old fashioned rolled oats
6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips


Cream fat, sugars and egg.
Sift together dry ingredients.
Add dry ingredients alternately to creamed mixture with bananas.
Stir in oats and chocolate chips.
Drop by teaspoons onto a lightly greased baking sheet.
Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven, for 13 minutes.



La France Spinach Salad - A REAL French Restaurant recipe

La France Spinach Salad

There used to be a fabulous French restaurant called La France on University Ave. in Provo, Utah, that we loved. This is their salad recipe. We would order this yummy salad all the time. My mom has a way of talking with people, and they give her recipes that they won't normally give out. The restaurant has been gone for many years, so I feel good about sharing this recipe now.

The tarragon vinegar is excellent in this dressing, and is worth seeking out. The flavors and textures in this salad harmonize beautifully, I think you will love it too.

This salad is a delicious meal all by itself.

La France Spinach Salad Recipe:


2/3 c. sour cream
1/3 c. Best Foods mayonnaise (or healthy diet mayonnaise)
1 T. tarragon vinegar
onion salt, to taste
fresh ground pepper, to taste


2 to 3 large bunches of fresh spinach, washed, stemmed, and dried in a salad spinner
3 slices crisp diced bacon, crumbled
sliced avocado
sliced tomato
3 to 4 hard boiled eggs


Mix the dressing ingredients together, seasoning to taste with the onion salt and pepper.

Put the prepared spinach into a large mixing bowl.

Toss the spinach with the dressing.

Immediately portion spinach mixture onto 3 individual shallow soup bowls.

Top each salad with an equal portion of bacon.

Top each salad with an avocado slice and a tomato slice.

Top each salad with an equal portion of hard boiled eggs pressed through a ricer.

Serve immediately.

Note: This is the restaurant's representation of this salad. personally, I load up on the sliced avocado and ripe tomato (if the tomatoes are not ripe and juicy, 1 slice as a garnish works fine).

Potato Ricer



Monday, November 30, 2015

Dark Chocolate Cherry Almond Clusters - Costco Copy-Cat - Make your own and save some money!

Dark Chocolate Almond Cherry Clusters

We bought these at Costco and loved them. They are very easy to make yourself. I like portioning them out with a mini cookie scoop, they look professionally made that way.

I think these are best with tart dried cherries, otherwise known as pie cherries. I find lightly sweetened dried tart cherries at Costco. Costco usually has the roasted whole almonds too.

I love using Lakanto's new sugar-free dark chocolate, which was formulated by my amazing mom. It really is the best, plus it's healthy!

Enjoy the benefits of the antioxidants and protein packed in these little babies.

Almond Cherry Clusters Recipe:

16 ounces sugar-free dark chocolate (like a 72%)
8 to 10 ounces dry-roasted whole almonds (salted is o.k.)
8 to 10 ounces dried TART cherries


Melt and temper the chocolate.
Stir in the almonds and cherries.
Drop by Tablespoonfuls onto parchment or silicone lined cookie sheets.
Cool in the fridge, in front of a fan, or outside if its cool.
Store airtight once set up.

Makes 2 cookie sheetfuls.

Note: To save money, alter the ratio of almonds to the cherries, to cut costs.
ie. 16-oz chocolate, 12-oz almonds, 8-oz cherries, works well.



Broccoli Stem Salad - A delicious unique salad recipe - Easy to make and very good for you

Flaked Broccoli Stem Salad

Finally a great use for those broccoli stems you don't know what to do with. When you are preparing broccoli, reserve the stems for this salad. It's yummy.

I had this salad at my parents house in 2005. It's another of my mom's creations. It is very high in fiber and makes a great lunch or side. The texture is great, and there is an array of complimentary flavors, like sweet, tangy, savory... YUM.

Look on this blog for the recipe for Dad's Dressing. It is very easy to make and is preferred for this salad.


1 pound raw broccoli stems, peeled and flaked into 1 1/2-inch lengths (can use a sharp vegie peeler)
1/2 to 2/3 c. cubed roma tomatoes, or 2 to 4 T. flavored sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
Pitted black olives, to taste

Dad's Dressing, to taste

Garnish: Pine nuts, "Crispy Walnuts", or Spicy Seasoned Pepitas (pumpkin seeds)


Mix up the salad to taste, toss with "Dad's dressing", and garnish as desired.
Serve immediately.


See the recipe for "Crispy Soaked Almonds", to see how to make in advance the Crispy walnuts. the process is the same. Our method makes walnuts have a much better taste and texture!



Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Red & Green Italian Salad - A delicious hearty Italian salad with an easy homemade dressing

Red & Green Italian Salad

This is a hearty beautiful salad and can make a meal by itself. It is something different to take on a picnic or pot-luck.

This is an easy recipe to adjust for specific diets like paleo, low-carb, vegan, gluten-free, or dairy-free. Use gluten-free pasta or omit the pasta altogether if you want to. Omit the cheese if you avoid dairy.


Salad Ingredients:

1 can jumbo pitted black olives
2 c. cooked gluten-free large shell macaroni, or other shape if desired
1 4-ounce jar pimentos with juice, sliced into strips
4 to 5 small zucchini, sliced thick
1 quart lightly steamed broccoli, cut into uniform bite-sized pieces
1 quart lightly steamed cauliflower, cut into uniform bite-sized pieces
1 medium red onion, sliced in rings
1 to 2 dozen small mushrooms, stemmed and sliced in half

Dressing ingredients:

1/2 c. good olive oil, or more
1/2 c. red wine vinegar
1 to 2 garlic cloves, well smashed
1/2 to 1 t. sweet paprika
1 t. fennel seed (soaked in water to soften, then drained)
1 t. dried oregano
BioSalt, to taste (recipe on this blog)
Fresh ground pepper, to taste
Mozzarella or Jack cheese, cubed, optional


Freshly grated Parmesan cheese, optional


In a large bowl, toss the salad ingredients together.

In a separate mixing bowl, combine the salad dressing ingredients together. Season it well.

Pour the well-mixed dressing over the salad ingredients and toss together thoroughly.

Marinate 1 hour.

Serve garnished with Parmesan cheese, if desired.

Note: You can serve this salad on a bed of lettuce.



Monday, November 16, 2015

Best Old Fashioned Fruit Ice Cream

Here is another family favorite summer recipe... The BEST ice cream ever!

This old fashioned ice cream is the ultimate warm weather comfort food. The variety of fruit flavors are balanced perfectly in this ice cream. There is great texture from the generous chunks of fruit and the fresh citrus brightens it up beautifully. Then there is the perfect amount of rich whipping cream to make it truly decadent. You will love it! We use one of those old-fashioned ice cream makers that use rock salt and allow you to make a large batch. I like to make this ice cream for family birthday parties, other holidays, and summer Sunday dinners...

Best Old Fashioned Fruit Ice Cream Recipe:

3 c. whipping cream
3 c. milk
3 c. sugar
1 t. real vanilla
zest of 1 orange
zest of 1 lemon
juice of 3 oranges
juice of 3 lemons
3 bananas, chopped
1 can crushed pineapple and it's juice AND/OR 1 c. cut up strawberries
pinch sea salt
1/2 t. guar gum, optional


Premix the guar gum into the sugar, if using and then mix everything together.
Freeze in a large ice cream freezer.


1 quart milk
1 pint half-and-half
1 pint whipping cream
2 c. canned milk
4 1/2 c.sugar
3 lemons, juiced
2 cans frozen strawberries
4 bananas, mashed
pinch of sea salt



Sunday, November 15, 2015

Winona Mordu's Old Fashioned Whole Wheat Cake (with a reduced sugar variation)

This easy and unique snack cake is very moist and delicious - And much healthier than most other cakes!

The rich pecan topping gives a great twist to a whole wheat cake, keeping it moist and tender inside. The spices in it remind me of a great spice cake, and I like that it is higher in fiber and has more complex carbohydrates than a regular cake made with white flour. Don't let the cream and butter throw you, these fats actually slow down the absorption of the sugars here. Fats also keep cakes moist and tender. Just please do not use hydrogenated shortening! Again, I recommend using salted butter, not unsalted butter for best flavor.

This cake comes from my childhood. My mom made it frequently and I still love it to this day. Who was Winona Mordu? She is the woman my mom got this recipe from, when she was a young woman. The cake has kept her name ever since. Thank you Winona, where ever you are...

Winona Mordu's Whole Wheat Cake Recipe:

3 c. freshly ground whole wheat flour
3/4 c. oil (rice bran oil or liquid deodorized coconut oil)
2 c. dark brown sugar
4 large eggs, beaten
1 c. buttermilk
1 t. sea salt or BioSalt
1 t. baking soda
1 t. baking powder
2 t. real vanilla extract
2 t. cinnamon
1 t. fresh ground nutmeg
1/2 t. cloves
1/4 t. fresh ground black pepper

1/4 c. cream
1/4 c. butter
2 c. dark brown sugar
2 T. dark corn syrup
1 c. chopped pecans, or more to taste


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
Mix in a bowl: oil, sugars, eggs, salt, baking soda, baking powder, vanilla, and spices.
Then add the flour and buttermilk and mix together.
Pour batter into a 9 X 13-inch pan and bake from about 40 to 45 minutes. Check the cake at 30 minutes. Do not over bake the cake.
Remove the cake from the oven and let cool 5 minutes before adding the topping.

Combine the cream, butter, brown sugar, and corn syrup in a sauce pan and bring to a boil.
Boil hard 1 minute.
Pour and spread the hot topping over the hot cake
Immediately sprinkle the top with all the chopped pecans it will hold.
Let the cake cool to room temperature before slicing into.

TIP: Toasting the fresh pecans first improves the flavor further.

Reduced Sugar Variation:

Substitute 3 1/4 c. finely ground whole wheat flour for the 3 cup whole wheat flour.
Substitute  1 1/4 c. fructose plus 1/2 c. dark molasses for the dark brown sugar.
Substitute 2 T. cinnamon for the 2 t. cinnamon.

Proceed with the rest of the recipe as directed above.

Instead of the topping above mix together:
2/3 c. fructose, 2/3 c. sorghum sweetener, 2 T. cream, 3 T. butter.

Cook topping as directed above and top the cake as instructed.



Refreshing Homemade Frozen Fruit Cocktail (2 Variations)

Enjoy this refreshing fruity treat this summer and cool down with style. 

This is a hit at family gatherings and parties. You can vary the fruits to your liking and use what's in season. Just make sure you use ripe sweet fruit for the best results.

I have yet to make this sugar-free. When I do convert this recipe, I will use fresh pineapple chunks instead of canned. I will also use fresh lemon juice and then I will sweeten it with a mixture of erythritol, xylitol, and add a little stevia glycerite to taste.

There are 2 versions below. The first recipe calls for more varieties of fruit and makes a bulk batch. The second recipe is smaller and the ingredients are simplified. Have fun playing with both.

Homemade Fruit Cocktail Recipe:

4 to 6 c. sugar
4 c. water
3 pounds peaches (about 12-15 medium)
3 pounds pears (12-15 medium)
3 pounds seedless grapes
5 bananas, optional
1 can pineapple chunks, drained and juice reserved
Maraschino cherries, optional
1 12-ounce can frozen lemonade


Boil the sugar and water together until syrupy. Let cool!
Cut up the fruit into bite-sized pieces.
To cooked syrup add 1 can unsweetened pineapple juice and 1 12-ounce can frozen lemonade (undiluted). Mix together well.
Pour over fruit and gently mix together.
Freeze in pint-sized freezer bags, about 2 1/2 cups to a bag.

To Serve:

Pull a bag out of the freezer and let soften a bit.
Serve when still a bit frozen with 7-UP (soda) in a serving glass.
Alternately, serve on a lettuce leaf.
Or serve as a dessert with sherbet and 7-UP or Sprite.

Homemade Fruit Cocktail Recipe # 2:

3 pounds peaches (about 12-15 medium)
2 c. sugar
1 pound seedless grapes
1 #21-can crushed pineapple (1 2/3 c.)
2 lemons, juiced (about 1/2 c.)
Maraschino cherries, optional


Peel peaches and cut into bite-size pieces.
Sprinkle the peaches with the sugar and allow to stand while preparing the rest of the fruits.
Wash and stem the grapes and stir into the peaches along with the remaining ingredients.
Freeze in pint-sized freezer bags, about 2 1/2 cups to a bag.

To Serve:

Pull a bag out of the freezer and let soften a bit.
Serve when still a bit frozen with 7-UP (soda) in a serving glass.
Alternately, serve on a lettuce leaf.
Or serve as a dessert with sherbet and 7-UP or Sprite.



Kettle Turkey Pot Roast (tastes like beef!) - Copy Cat Chuck-A-Rama Recipe

Kettle Turkey Pot Roast
Imagine tender chunks of savory turkey that fool you into thinking you are eating slow simmered roast beef! 

I LOVE this recipe. My family loves this recipe. I think you will love it too.

Chuck-A-Rama does a great job of making their kettle turkey pot roast. Have you had it? It's by the roast beef, you must try it. It tastes like very tender roast beef with yummy carrots and potatoes, swimming in a tasty broth.

I have also had another version of this at a restaurant I can't remember the name of, that was equally delicious. This version version had a delicious thicker gravy and a ton of black pepper - zowie! A bit much for tender mouths. Chuck-A-Rama's Kettle Turkey has a much thinner brothy sauce that is delicious, but makes a lousy gravy, since it just runs off everything.

I decided it was time for me to recreate a version at home that is the best of both worlds. I wanted a thicker gravy-like sauce that wasn't quite so peppery. I wanted the big chunks of tender fall-apart meat. I wanted it to taste beefy, not like turkey. And I wanted lots of carrot and potato chunks too.

I'm thrilled with the results and my family loves it. I created this recipe around 2008,and I have made it when ever I see turkey thighs being sold at my local market. It's great that you do not have to thaw the meat first. This recipe is very forgiving, as you will see with the 2 variations I have listed below the recipe.

Crock Pot Turkey Pot Roast:

1 large onion, diced into cubes
2-3 turkey thighs (about 3 to 4 lbs, frozen)
1 t. seasoned salt, to taste
60 grinds fresh black pepper
2 cloves garlic, mashed
1 envelope dry Lipton Onion Soup Mix
1-2 t. organic beef base
1/4 c. sherry cooking wine, optional
1 t. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 t. Herbs de Province
1 bay leaf, optional
2 3/4 c. water
1 3-ounce package brown gravy mix (or mushroom)
12 carrots, peeled and cut into big chunks
6 to 8 potatoes, peeled or unpeeled, cut into big chunks
4 to 6 ribs celery, cut into big chunks, optional


Place the cubed onion in the bottom of a large oval shaped crock pot.

Season the frozen or thawed turkey thighs with seasoned salt and pepper. Place in the crock pot on top of the onions.

Add to the crock pot the garlic, onion soup mix, beef base, sherry, Worcestershire, Herbs de Province, bay leaf, and water.

Cover and cook 3 or more hours (until the meat is fall-of-the-bones tender).

Lift meat out of the crock pot and remove skin and bones, leaving big chunks of meat. Set aside.

To the crock pot add the package of brown gravy mix. Stir to combine with the hot liquid remaining in the crock pot.

Add all of the chunked carrots, potatoes, and celery to the crock pot. Toss to coat with the sauce.

Return the boned turkey to the crock pot. Lay the meat on top and gently spoon some of the sauce over top.

Place lid on crock pot and cook another hour or so, until the vegetables are tender.

Add more water as desired. Check for salt before serving.

Alternate Methods:

Alternate Method # 1 (Use this if you want to cook the meat ahead of time, my favorite method):

Right before you go to bed: Place the diced onions in the bottom of the crock pot. Lay the frozen turkey thighs on top. Season the meat with the salt and pepper. Pour in about 1 cup of water and put on the lid. Cook on low while you sleep. In the morning, remove the meat and remove the skin and bones and set aside. Mix the rest of the ingredient listed together, tossing the vegetables well to coat. Lay the big chunks of turkey on top. Spoon sauce over the meat. Cover and cook on lowest setting until the vegetables are tender. Add water as desired. Taste for salt before serving.

Alternate Method # 2 (use this method is you are going to be gone all day):

Dump all of the sauce ingredients and into the crock pot, starting with the water, onion soup mix, brown gravy mix, beef base, sherry, Worcestershire sauce, Herbs de Province, bay leaf, onions, and garlic. Stir well. Season the frozen or thawed turkey thighs with the seasoned salt and pepper and nestle into the sauce, spooning sauce over top. Lay all the vegetable chunks on top. Cover and cook on low until meat is tender. Remove the meat and skin and de-bone. Place back into the crock pot and gently stir before serving.

Moki is hoping for a turkey treat! Please mom???
Moki has been such a good patient boy...



Incredible Pumpkin Chiffon Pie in a Gingersnap Crust

Our Best Pumpkin Chiffon Pie!
This light and fluffy pumpkin pie is perfectly spiced and absolutely smooth and silky.

I have adored this pie since childhood. My mom would make this for our family Thanksgiving feasts at my grandma's house.

My aunt added the lovely gingersnap crust to this family favorite recipe. You can of course make a conventional pie crust, but the ginger flavor sends it over the top.

A recent dinner guest commented when eating this pie, "This is the best pie I've ever had in my life!"

Make this amazing pie for Thanksgiving, you will be glad you did.

Double this recipe to make 2 pies, using 1 whole large can of pumpkin puree.

Our Best Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Recipe:


1/4 c. butter, melted
1 1/4 c. fine gingersnap cookie crumbs ( 20 cookies)


1 T. (1 packet) unflavored gelatin
1/4 c. cold water
1/4 c. brown sugar
1/2 t. sea salt or BioSalt
2 t. cinnamon
1/2 t. ginger
1/2 t. allspice
1/4 t. fresh grated nutmeg
1 1/3 c. canned plain pumpkin (or mashed cooked pumpkin)
3  large to extra large organic eggs, divided
1/2 c. cold organic milk (or coconut milk, almond milk, or soy milk for dairy-free version)
1 t. real vanilla extract
1/4 t. cream of tartar
6 T. granulated white sugar

Whipped Topping Garnish:

1 1/2 c. cold heavy whipping cream
1/8 t. cream of tartar
1 t. real vanilla extract
1/3 c. powdered sugar, to taste



Melt the 1/4 c. butter in a 9-inch glass pie plate, in the microwave.
Process 18 to 20 gingersnap cookies in a food processor until very fine crumbs form.
Mix the crumbs with the butter until uniformly coated.
Pat into a crust in the pie plate.
Bake in a preheated 325 degree F oven for 10 minutes. Cool.


Blend the gelatin into 1/4 c. cold water and set aside.
In a sauce pan, mix together the brown sugar, salt, spices, pumpkin, egg yolks, and milk.
Cook over medium-low heat, stirring until mixture boils. Boil 1 minute; remove from heat.
Stir in softened gelatin and vanilla; cool.
When partially set up, beat until smooth.
Make a meringue by beating the 3 egg whites with the cream of tartar until foamy.
Add the granulated sugar to the egg whites, 1 T. at a time, and beat until glossy.
Carefully fold the whipped meringue into the pumpkin filling.
Pile mixed filling into the cooled gingersnap crust.
Chill pie until set, at least 2 hours.
Slice and serve with the whipped cream topping below.

Whipped Topping Garnish:

Chill the bowl and beaters for about 20 minutes in the freezer.
Start with very cold heavy whipping cream in the bowl.
Whip the cream with a hand mixer on high speed with the 1/8 t. cream of tartar.
When cream starts to thicken, add the vanilla and powdered sugar. Beat until soft peaks form.
Use whipped cream to top the slices of pie as they are served.
This whipped cream will hold up for 1 to 2 days in the fridge, if there is leftover pie.

Note: The added cream of tartar stabilizes both the egg white meringue and the heavy whipping cream. The whipping cream in the top photo is actually a day and a half old, as an example.

Photos of the process:

The baked gingersnap pie crust.
The gelatin has softened in the water.
The pumpkin filling.
The whipped meringue.
Folding the meringue into the pumpkin.
The meringue folded fully into the pumpkin filling.
The finished filling smoothed into the cooled pie crust.
Ready for chilling at least 2 hours to set up.
Once set up this pie slices easily while holding it's shape.



Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Sugar-Free KFC Copy-Cat Coleslaw recipe and a homemade coconut buttermilk for a dairy-free option

KFC Copy-Cat Coleslaw (reduced fat and sugar-free) and a recipe for Coconut Buttermilk

This is a great copy of KFC's Coleslaw. It's even nicer that this recipe is sugar-free. I like the coleslaw best the first day, but it is still excellent left over.

I prefer using dairy ingredients here because they are more authentic and neutral tasting. You can use coconut milk instead if you don't do dairy, which also will make this salad low-carb. An alternate mayonnaise can be used as well.

I am not concerned about the fat from the coconut milk because it is a healthy fat that our body thrives on. Plus fat adds to the feeling of satiety, so we don't need to eat as much food to feel satisfied. Fat also has the added benefit of slowing the absorption of sugars and starches in our diet, which is good for our blood sugar levels.



1/3 c. erythritol or xylitol (or mixture of the two) (use in place of 1/3 c. regular white sugar)
1/2 t. sea salt or BioSalt (recipe on this blog), to taste
1/8 t. freshly ground pepper
1/4 c. organic 1% milk
1/2 c. Best Foods low-fat mayonnaise
1/4 c. low fat buttermilk
1 1/2 T. white wine vinegar or raw vinegar
2 1/2 T. fresh lemon juice


8 c. very finely shredded, then chopped cabbage
1 c. peeled and grated organic carrots


Mix the dressing ingredients together with an electric hand mixer, or stir by hand.
Add cabbage and carrots and toss well to coat.
Cover and chill at least 3 hours before serving.

Variation: You can convert this to a dairy-free recipe easily.
Use coconut milk for milk, and make a coconut buttermilk to replace the dairy buttermilk.


1/4 c. coconut milk, canned or homemade
1 t. white wine vinegar or raw vinegar (or fresh lemon juice)

Mix and allow to sit for at least 5 minutes before using.

Note: The added acid sours the coconut milk so that it behaves like dairy buttermilk in foods, like baked goods.



First make the dressing to taste.

Add the freshly shredded vegetables.

Mix well.

Place in a serving dish.

Serve and enjoy.

Author, Leila.