Finely chopped cabbage and a creamy, zesty dressing make this vegan KFC copycat coleslaw recipe a big hit at any party!
Do you have a favorite fast food that you remember fondly from when you were growing up? Or from before you had food allergies?
For me, that fast food is Kentucky Fried Chicken. (I know! It’s not good for you. But this was way back in the day).
My Grandma Tootsie used to get KFC and bring it over to our house. The fried chicken, the mashed potatoes, the buttermilk biscuits, and the coleslaw…all so good.
And all these years later, I still feel like the KFC coleslaw is the best! I haven’t had it in forever, but the sweet, zesty dressing is still imprinted onto my taste buds.
We love coleslaw, and I do have a few recipes that I make regularly, including this red cabbage version.
Since I really wanted to recreate that flavor, I did a little research, and found some KFC copycat coleslaw recipes online. Those contained egg and dairy, so I made some changes to make this allergy friendly KFC copycat coleslaw. It tastes SO good…exactly like the original in my opinion!
You’ll want to use the non-dairy milk and egg-free mayonnaise that works for your diet. I used So Delicious Unsweetened Coconut Milk Beverage and Earth Balance Mindful Mayo. If those don’t work for you, go ahead and use your favorite products.
A food processor is the best way to get the cabbage and carrots finely shredded. Unsure about what the blades or attachments do in your food processor? This guide will help.
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Vegan KFC Copycat Coleslaw.
This vegan copycat KFC coleslaw is just like you remember! So sweet and zesty, and the perfect side dish for a barbecue!
Shred the cabbage, carrot, and onion using the shredding disc in your food processor.
Remove the shredding disc. Place the shredded cabbage, carrots, and onion in a large bowl. Rinse the food processor parts.
Place the S blade in the food processor and add all the ingredients for the dressing. Blend on high speed until smooth.
Pour dressing over the shredded vegetables. Stir. Refrigerate for one hour before serving.
Store leftovers in the refrigerator. They should stay fresh for about 4 days.
Adapted from this recipe.
This vegan KFC copycat coleslaw is:
- egg-free, dairy-free, top 8 allergy free
- perfect for a party or picnic
- creamy, zesty, and delicious
- just like you remember it!