at Crapo Park in Burlington yesterday??
I'll give you two guesses,
but you'll only need one.
Oh my goodness gracious!! I still can't believe I climbed that sucker and actually went down it.
Mostly I can't believe little tots still go up that thing...
Here's Little Boy Blue and his dad scaling the mountain that are those steps....
And this is their pile of arms and legs emerging from the bottom!
I've decided I want to buy one of these for my back yard.
And play on it .
All day long.
Because this slide was so colorful,
I thought I would share a super duper easy, healthy, colorful, coleslaw with a yogurt dressing.
And it uses a part yogurt dressing, not just mayo!
As for the bag of slaw,
I used organic BROCCOLI SLAW!
Broccoli Slaw is so much tastier than a regular bag of cabbage.
So slice up the red pepper.
I slice the peppers and then cut the slices in half to equal roughly the size of the slaw.
Throw the red peppers in the big bowl of broccoli slaw.
apple cider vinegar.
Throw the dressing on the slaw...
By the way,
beautyness is a word.
Look it up.
In the Pretend Word Dictionary.
I threw the slaw in a plastic container and stuck it in the fridge for a few hours, before I served it.
This slaw is light and delicious.
You my want to add some salt and pepper, though.
This Coleslaw is so easy and the leftovers keep
for days in the fridge.
Bonus: Makes for a quick healthy mid-afternoon snack!
This takes like
5 minutes to put together.
The yogurt creates a tang that is just simply delicious.
Here's the recipe....
From www.joybauer.com Check out her website, has some cool info on it.
- 6 ounces fat-free plain yogurt
- 1/4 cup reduced fat mayonnaise
- 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
- 1 bag coleslaw mix, shredded
- 1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
In a large bowl, whisk together the yogurt, mayonnaise, and apple cider vinegar.
Add the coleslaw mix and bell peppers to the bowl, and toss the ingredients in the dressing until evenly coated. Season with kosher salt and pepper to taste.
Aaaaand the recipe in document form....
I have made this slaw at least four or five times.
Each time it turns out the same creamy deliciousness.
Sometimes, I do whip up more dressing than called for,
just to get the creaminess in.
I'll also use 2-3 bags of that broccoli slaw at a time when making up for
several people at a cook-out.
Okay, in closing, I leave you a picture of Little Boy Blue
(our yittle, tiny baby grandson extraordinaire, who is not yittle or tiny anymore,
but is instead an almost 3-year-old toddler boy)
lining up his matchbox cars on the front porch.
Instead I just give him a million hugs and kisses.
Oh my gosh, I hope that's enough and that he knows I love him :)
Maybe I should give him TWO MILLION hugs and kisses.
Yeah, I think I'll do that next time.
Okay, that's all I have for today.
I really think you should try out that slaw recipe, though!
Have a great Monday
and we'll talk at ya soon!