Want a healthy, tasty, and easy keto recipe? Try this Broccoli Keto Slaw recipe! It makes for a great side dish or topping and contains only 3.7 grams of net carbs per serving!
I don’t know about you, but I love a good broccoli slaw recipe. I love the added nutrients from the broccoli, and I find the recipes to be fresh and flavorful. Broccoli Keto Slaw is no different! It’s a great low-carb recipe for those of you on the keto diet, and it’s also a fantastic recipe for anyone looking for a vegetable-focused side dish.
Broccoli Keto Slaw vs. Keto Coleslaw
Keto coleslaw (or any traditional coleslaw) uses cabbage, which is a very low-carb vegetable. Broccoli Keto Slaw (or any traditional broccoli slaw) uses broccoli stalks instead. Admittedly, broccoli is higher in carbs than cabbage, but Broccoli Keto Slaw is still an excellent choice for the keto diet.
Some broccoli slaw recipes call for sugar, but not this Broccoli Keto Slaw! It relies on the natural sweetness of the vegetables.
Keto Salad Dressing
When it comes to keto salad dressing, you have a lot of options not available to non-keto dieters. Non-keto dieters usually go for light dressings without much fat, but on the keto diet, you’re encouraged to eat fat. That gives you a lot of awesome keto salad dressing options.
Broccoli Keto Slaw uses a dressing made with a base of avocado oil mayo and apple cider vinegar. Avocado oil mayo is a great choice for the keto diet because it contains zero carbs and plenty of grams of fat per serving to keep you satisfied and in ketosis.
Avocado oil mayo is made out of (not a big surprise here…) avocado oil, eggs, vinegar, and various seasonings. It tastes amazing and is a great base for keto salad dressing!
Other bases you could use for keto salad dressing:
- Olive oil
- Sour cream
- Regular mayo
You can also peruse the salad dressing aisle at the grocery store. You’ll be amazed by how many keto-friendly salad dressings are out there!
How Many Servings are in Broccoli Keto Slaw?
There are four servings in this recipe. It’s an easy recipe to double (or triple) if you want more!
How Many Carbs are in Broccoli Keto Slaw?
This easy keto recipe is super low in carbs. Each serving contains only 6.1 grams of carbs… 2.4 grams of which is fiber! That gives each serving a net carb count of only 3.7 grams.
Tips for Serving Broccoli Keto Slaw
- Although this keto slaw relies on the natural sweetness of vegetables (instead of adding sugar like some broccoli slaw recipes), if you’d like to make it a bit sweeter, you can mix in your favorite keto-friendly sweetener with the dressing.
- You can serve this recipe right away at room temperature… but for best results, cover it and put it in the fridge overnight (or at least for a few hours). This will give the flavors a chance to combine!
- This Broccoli Keto Slaw tastes amazing when served on Easy Keto Pulled Pork Lettuce Wraps! Head on over to that recipe for the details. It’s also a super easy keto recipe.
Want More Keto Diet Recipes?
If you follow the keto diet or another low carb diet and want a few more recipes, try these:
- Easy Weeknight Keto Pizza with Pepperoni (Yes, this really says KETO PIZZA! You will absolutely love this recipe!)
- Low Carb Crepes – Sweet or Savory Flourless Crepes Two Ways
- Keto Shrimp Recipe – Lemon Garlic Shrimp
I hope you enjoy Broccoli Keto Slaw!Print
Broccoli Keto Slaw Recipe
This Broccoli Keto Slaw recipe is a tasty, low-carb slaw that makes a perfect side dish or topping.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 0 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 4
1 12 ounce bag organic broccoli slaw
1/4 cup fresh parsley leaves, chopped
2 tablespoons avocado oil mayo
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1 teaspoon whole celery seed
Sea salt and black pepper, to taste
- To a large glass bowl or other non-reactive bowl, add all ingredients except for salt and pepper. Stir to combine, then season with salt and pepper to taste.
- You can serve the slaw immediately or chill it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours, if desired.
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