Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta

Sauteed leeks and a medley of mushrooms create the perfect appetizer, whether served warm at home for a light dinner or chilled at a casual beach picnic.

Leeks and a medley of mushrooms combine to form a delicious appetizer that's perfect for picnics, entertaining and more!

Boy, have I got a delicious treat for you today, and it comes in the form of this Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta! I sure hope you’re on #teammushroom, because this recipe is chock full of them. If not, you should probably stop reading now and I promise you’ll have better luck with my next post ;-P But seriously, gimme all the mushrooms and nobody will get hurt. I love those little funghi and I’m getting my fair share of them thanks to this new favorite recipe for topping bread!

I’ve made something similar before as part of my homemade Bruschetta Bar, but this Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta climbs to a whole other level with not one or two but THREE different types of mushrooms plus more leeks than you’ll know what to do with (hint: eat them.) It’s healthy yet filling at the same time and, when piled on top of hearty, freshly baked bread (my fave is a darker sourdough or multigrain loaf) it can easily pass as a light meal.

Another bonus? Even though it CAN be served warm, Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta tastes just as good when served room temperature (or even cold), making it an ideal dish to serve for entertaining or to take with you for a picnic, to the beach, to a potluck, etc.

This Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta is perfect for everything from an elegant dinner party to a casual beach picnic.

As the mother of a very small child with what seems like no time at all to spend in the kitchen, recipes like these are the ultimate lifesaver right now. In fact, don’t put it past me to make a batch on a Sunday and head to the fridge for it multiple times during the week when I want something healthy and quick. As a certified carb lover, it also makes me feel like I’m working some slightly more nutrient-packed foods into my day-to-day.

This Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta appetizer is best served over slices of your favorite rustic, crusty loaf of bread.

I’m going to keep it short today because, well, it’s 75 degrees out and there are much better things I could be doing than sitting behind my computer, but I hope you are having a wonderful week!

As I’m getting more and more back into regular posts, I’d love to hear what sort of recipes you’d like to see from me. Cocktails? Healthy food? Seasonal fare? Meal prep? Entertaining?

Let me know in the comments below!! xx

Mixed Mushroom and Leek Bruschetta
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
30 mins

Sauteed leeks and a medley of mushrooms create the perfect appetizer, whether served warm at home for a light dinner or chilled at a casual beach picnic.

Course: Appetizer
Keyword: appetizer, bruschetta, make-ahead, mushroom
Servings: 6 servings
Calories: 259 kcal
Author: CaliGirl Cooking
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1 leek (white part only), sliced
  • 2 shallots, peeled and sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
  • 12 ounces mixed mushrooms, sliced (I used baby bellas, shiitake and cremini)
  • 1/2 cup cream sherry
  • 1 tablespoon white vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1 loaf hearty bread, sliced
  • Olive oil to coat bread
  1. Melt butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. 

  2. Add leek, shallots and garlic and sauté until leek is translucent and fragrant, about 5 minutes. Add mushrooms and stir to combine.

  3. Add sherry, vinegar and fresh herbs and cook over medium heat until mushrooms release their juices and have wilted significantly. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

  4. Remove mushrooms from heat and let cool. Turn oven on to medium broil and place rack in middle of oven. Cover a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat. 

  5. Brush olive oil lightly over both sides of each piece of sliced bread and place on prepared baking sheet. Broil bread until golden, somewhere around 5 minutes for each side (keep a close eye on it, as oven temps vary greatly and your bread can go from golden to charred in a matter of seconds.)

  6. Let bread cool and then serve alongside mushrooms (you can either load the bread slices with mushrooms yourself before serving or let guests load their own.)

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets

These little bites of heaven take the old-school classic chicken pot pie and turn it into a healthier, handheld form. All of the indulgence and less of the guilt! 

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Little pockets of deliciousness, that’s what we’re talking about today. You already know that here at CaliGirl Cooking we’re all about that balance, and today is no exception. I’m bringing you an easy, mouthwatering recipe for Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets. You may never want to make regular chicken pot pie ever again.

I made these last week and we enjoyed them in oh so many ways: as a snack, dipped in tomato soup, or even as a full-on dinner. The beauty of Healthier Chicken Pot Pie (especially in handheld form) is that you can really enjoy it anytime, anywhere. Come to think of it, this would even make a perfectly suitable food to pack for a picnic!

We’re well into the third week of January right now, and I know there are many of you out there who are probably bending under the pressure of all of those New Year’s resolutions you made. They say it takes up to 30 days to form a new habit, so hang in there! You’re more than halfway and I have all the faith in you that you can stick it out.

The good news is, you can still enjoy these Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets, even if you’re trying to incorporate more whole foods into your diet (and less junk!)

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Now, I’m not going to lie and say that these are THE healthiest version of chicken pot pie you’ve ever had, but you should know by now that I am not about giving up ALL of the delicious flavor in a recipe when I make it over. Balance, balance, balance! No restrictions, just trying to make slightly healthier decisions whenever we can.

So, how, I bet you’re wondering, do we make these pockets “healthier” than your average chicken pot pie? The main change I’ve made to the original recipe is using my OG cashew cream in place of the typical heavy white sauce the binds all of the fillings together. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, cashew cream is pretty much a magical healthier alternative to any cream sauce you’ve ever made. You first saw me use it on my Sweet Potato Toast with Broccoli Rabe, Tomato and Cashew Cream, then again on my Spicy Stuffed Pasilla Peppers with Cashew Cream Sauce, and once again in my Curry Gnocchi with White Lamb Bolognese. I think it’s going to be a very rare occasion that I ever make a REAL cream sauce again. Once you try these Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets, I bet you’ll be in the same boat as me!

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With a little planning, these pockets come together in no time at all. I made the pastry dough the day before (using the crust recipe I used in this Cream Cheese-y Pumpkin Pie,) soaked my cashews for the cream sauce overnight, and whipped up the sauce in my Vitamix in the morning. I also simply used some grilled chicken breasts I already had in the refrigerator (something everyone should meal prep every week!) After you have the dough and cashew cream sauce made, and the cooked chicken breast on hand, you’ll spend 15 minutes max whipping together the pot pie filling, and 25-30 minutes baking the pockets. No sweat.

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets | CaliGirlCooking.com

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets | CaliGirlCooking.com

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets | CaliGirlCooking.com

These Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets are not only incredibly versatile in how they can be enjoyed, they also reheat incredibly well. We enjoyed them over a course of a few days and they tasted fantastic every single time we reheated them.

So that’s the deal! That’s how we make tasty, tummy-warming Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets that are the perfect comfort food for this time of year but will still keep us on track with all of our New Year’s goals. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets | CaliGirlCooking.com

Healthier Chicken Pot Pie Pockets
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
50 mins

These little bites of heaven take the old-school classic chicken pot pie and turn it into a healthier, handheld form. All of the indulgence and less of the guilt!

Course: Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
Servings: 1 dozen
Author: CaliGirl Cooking
For the dough:
  • 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/4 cups unsalted butter, chilled and cubed
  • 4 tablespoons water
For the cashew cream:
  • 1 cup raw cashews, soaked in filtered water for at least 4 hours
  • 3/4 cup filtered water
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutritional yeast
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
For the filling:
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/2 large onion, diced
  • 1 large carrot, peeled and diced
  • 1 stalk of celery, diced
  • 1/2 cup frozen peas
  • 1 medium cooked chicken breast, diced
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1 egg
  1. First, prepare the dough. Combine all dough ingredients in a large mixing bowl and, using fingers, incorporate until dough begins to come together (it will still be slightly crumbly.) Using hands, form dough into a ball and then flatten slightly into a disc. Wrap in saran wrap and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. 

  2. Next, prepare the cashew cream. Drain soaking water from the cashews and place in a high-powered blender. Add filtered water, nutritional yeast and salt and blend on high until a smooth cream forms. Set aside.

  3. Now, time to prepare the filling. In a large saute pan, warm the olive oil over medium-high heat. Add the onion and saute for a few minutes, until they start to become translucent. Add the carrot, celery and garlic and saute for another 5-10 minutes, until vegetables begin to soften. Add the frozen peas and chicken breast, and then the cashew cream. Stir to combine and continue to cook until mixture is warmed through. Turn heat down to low and move on to prepping the dough.

  4. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a large baking pan with nonstick cooking spray, or line it with parchment paper. Set aside.

  5. Remove the dough from the refrigerator. You may need to let it warm up to room temperature a bit before you can roll it out. Once the dough is soft, roll it out to about ½ inch thickness. Using a large circle cookie cutter (I actually used a large ramekin since I didn’t have a large enough cookie cutter,) cut the dough into circles that are about 7-8 inches in diameter.

  6. Scoop about two tablespoons of filling onto one half of each of the circles, and then fold the other half over top. Use your fingers to pinch the dough up around the edge and seal. Place pockets on the prepared baking sheet. 

  7. In a small bowl, whisk the egg to make the egg wash. Brush the wash over each of the pockets, then cut a small slit in the top of each to allow the filling to vent during cooking. 

  8. Place in preheated oven and bake for 25-30 minutes, or until the pockets are a nice golden-brown color. Serve warm.

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Little bites of heaven right here!

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous

Let’s all celebrate Labor Day by NOT laboring.

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You heard me right. These days, especially in America, it feels like everyone is running the crazy race of life non-stop. Staying at the office late, continuing to check (and respond to) emails into the wee hours of the night, working on the weekends, not taking vacation days. Who are we? Why can’t we take after, say, the French, where four weeks of vacation a year are the norm and people in the workforce go out for two hour lunches every day?

This hectic white-collar life is partly what spurred me to turn this blog into a business, to branch out on my own and become self-employed. I was tired of being expected to stay at the office for eight hours a day, even if I’d finished all of my work. I was tired of having to work holidays and weekends (hello, hospitality life) and not having a say in when or where I worked. I’ve never been the type to “slack off,” and often found my efficiency at getting things done working to my disadvantage. I was sitting at work, twiddling my thumbs and thinking of all of the other things I could be doing (non-work related) that needed to get done. Being the Type A go-getter that I am, I wanted to be in control of my own destiny. So that’s just what I did.

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous | CaliGirl Cooking (www.caligirlcooking.com)

Now that I’m working for myself, I’m focusing on not getting sucked into the all-too-easy habit of spending every waking hour working on furthering my business. As an entrepreneur, I’m becoming all too familiar with the feeling that I need to prove myself, that I can’t “slack off” or get out of the house for a day to do something I love because then it wouldn’t look like I was trying hard enough. There’s a lot to live up to when you branch out on your own, and that places a big weight on your shoulders.

But you know what? I’ve realized that is not how I should frame my new self-employed work structure, After all, as my good friend Tara reminded me, this is what we’ve worked so hard to AVOID by becoming our own bosses. We shouldn’t feel guilty about shutting down our computers at 3pm on a Tuesday, or not doing ANY work over the weekend, because that’s what we set out to avoid after all.

So I took my own advice to heart and busted my butt last week to get everything queued up and ready to go for the blog over the weekend, so I could kick back, spend some time with the hubs (whose finally feeling better, thank goodness!) and just plain ENJOY a three-day weekend. I can’t remember the last time I did that! And you know what, it was glorious. And I don’t regret a thing.

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous | CaliGirl Cooking (www.caligirlcooking.com)

Okay, wow, I guess we should finally talk about the whole reason we’re here today, this Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous! What started that little rant up there was the fact that I wanted to get across to you just how easy this recipe is. You will not have to “labor” at all to make it, unless you count running your food processor or boiling a pot of water as “laboring.”

I’ve mentioned it before when I shared this Herbed Grain Salad with Broccoli Rabe and White Beans, but I am totally digging grain salads these days. I love the plethora of fresh fruits, herbs and vegetables that go into them and the juxtaposition of some hearty, filling whole grains.

I know I’m not the only one experiencing a love affair with end-of-summer produce, and all of the fresh tomatoes and basil have been calling my name. I was dying to figure out more ways to use them! And so this Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous appeared.

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous | CaliGirl Cooking (www.caligirlcooking.com)

Tell me, how do you feel about couscous? I have to admit, I’m a little picky. I used to not dig the typical light, fluffy couscous too much, but I’ve come around a bit on that one (it all goes along with how deliciously it’s prepared!) Nevertheless, when given the choice, I’ll opt for a heartier version, like bigger, thicker Israeli couscous. This tends to fill me up a bit more, plus it’s a little closer to pasta which we all know goes perfectly with basil and tomatoes.

So, we’ve got our Israeli couscous ready to go and now we need to caprese it up (yes, I just turned that into a verb.) I originally wanted to use fresh burrata for the cheese, but sadly our local store was fresh out of the stuff, so I had to settle for ciliegine (the little balls of mozzarella.) I then picked up a few perfectly ripe heirloom tomatoes and a big bunch of fresh basil from the Farmer’s Market.

I decided that, since we had a heavier grain base for this Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous, it might be best to turn the basil into a pesto as opposed to just tossing it into the salad itself. Boy, was I right? The dressing is the perfect way to balance out all of the flavors in this dish and ensure you get all of the tastiness in every single bite.

Oh, and if you’re wondering why I went with hazelnut instead of the typical pine nut, there are two reasons: (1) Pine nuts are ridiculously expensive (whyyyyyyy?) and (2) I just so happened to have some hazelnuts in the pantry that needed to be used up. Feel free to use whatever nuts you have on hand for this recipe. Walnuts, pecans or almonds would all be fantastic as well.

And did I mention that our Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous is super easy to make? No laboring here. Simply boil up some water to cook the couscous, throw all of the pesto ingredients in a food processor (or blender) and mix all of the ingredients together in a big bowl. Does it get much easier than that?

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous | CaliGirl Cooking (www.caligirlcooking.com)

Now, I’ve certainly rambled on enough in this post and you most definitely need to get outside and start enjoying this holiday Monday (so do I), so without further ado, here’s the recipe!

Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
25 mins
A fun, healthy take on the classic caprese salad featuring Israeli couscous, peak season heirloom tomatoes and delicious hazelnut pesto.
For the pesto:
  • 2 cups fresh basil
  • ¼ cup hazelnuts toasted
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • Juice of ½ of a large lemon
  • ¾ cup olive oil
  • Salt & pepper to taste
All other ingredients:
  • 2 cups cooked Israeli couscous cook according to package directions
  • 5 medium heirloom tomatoes cut into thin wedges
  • 8 ounces ciliegine mozzarella
  • Salt to taste
  1. Place all pesto ingredients except olive oil in a food processor or blender. Pulse until mixture begins to come together, then stream in the olive oil while the processor or blender is running. Season with salt and pepper.
  2. In a large bowl, combine couscous, tomatoes and mozzarella. Stir in pesto and season with salt if needed. Enjoy or refrigerate until ready to eat!


Hazelnut Pesto Caprese Couscous | CaliGirlCooking.com

I’ll take the whole bowl please!!

44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes

Happy Sunday friends! I’m coming at you with a special bonus post this week, a roundup of some of my favorite recipes on the blog that are perfect for Labor Day.

44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

And if you aren’t following along already, be sure to check out my Instagram takeover on @bloglovin_food.

I hope everyone’s having a relaxing, enjoyable holiday weekend…Let’s live up these last few days of summer right! XO


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Breakfast Nachos
  2. Smoked Salmon & Fresh Herb Spanish Tortilla
  3. Vanilla-Ginger Doughnuts with Pomegranate Glaze


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Roasted Cauliflower Hummus with Rosemary & Garlic
  2. Mango Sriracha Hummus


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. You Go, Gin Coco
  2. Blood Orange Margarita
  3. Watermelon Old-Fashioned
  4. Bourbon, ‘Barb and Blue
  5. Watermelon Balsamic Basil Julep
  6. CaliGirl’s Chico Cocktail
  7. Twisted Whiskey Kind of Afternoon
  8. Fresh Thyme and Plum Gin Fizz
  9. Turmeric Gin & Ginger Cocktail
  10. Pineapple Mojito Popsicles
  11. Frozen Cantaloupe White Wine Sangria
  12. Rosemary, Fig & Date Tequila Smash
  13. Ginnie Pimm’s
  14. Raspberry-Mint Gin Smash
  15. Pineapple Green Tea Martini


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Spicy Coconut Corn Shrimp Cocktail
  2. Reuben Dip
  3. Mango Salsa
  4. Kimchi Bacon Guacamole
  5. Kamaboko Dip
  6. Italian 5-Layer Dip
  7. Caramelized Fennel, White Bean & Gruyere Dip
  8. BLT Sliders with White Cheddar Brioche Buns


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Fresh Fig, Prosciutto and Burrata Pizza with Truffle Honey
  2. Healthy Curried Chicken Salad with Apples
  3. Honey, Peach & Basil Two-Cheese Grilled Cheese
  4. Lobster Roll Lettuce Wraps with Brioche Crumbles
  5. Pastrami Pizza
  6. Shrimp Ceviche with Papaya
  7. Whisky Gravlax (Cold-Cured Salmon)
  8. Ahi Poke Salad with Macadamia Nuts


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Herbed Grain Salad with Broccoli Rabe and White Beans
  2. Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw
  3. Crunchy Pea Salad with Crispy Prosciutto
  4. Sauteed Corn with Fresh Tarragon and Shiitake Mushrooms


44 Insanely Delicious Labor Day Recipes | CaliGirlCooking.com

  1. Tahini Blondies with Whiskey Date Caramel & Sea Salt
  2. Fresh Mint Dark Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
  3. Harvey Wallbanger Cake
  4. Honey-Orange Upside Down Cake with Honey-Bourbon Whipped Cream

Happy holiday weekend, friends!


Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw

Who’s ready for a loooong Labor Day Weekend?

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw | CaliGirl Cooking

Me and this Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw certainly are.

Well, not really. I’ve been jamming on a few work projects and fun social media takeovers coming up (be sure to follow @bloglovin_food on Instagram and keep an eye out for my takeover this weekend!!!) and also keeping busy on the social scene. Last night I attended a fun “Year of the Mule” cocktail competition in anticipation of Santa Barbara’s Fermentation Festival coming up in a couple of weeks here, and boy did I get to try some tasty mules! It certainly motivated me to get a mule cocktail recipe up on this here site, as I realize that I haven’t posted on yet!

In any case, I’m finally (just now) starting to think about all of the foods I want to eat over this three-day weekend. Not going to lie, I feel like Labor Day weekend is the quintessential “end of summer,” even though in Santa Barbara the summer never REALLY ends and I know deep down that I’ll be enjoying beach days for many months to come. But, I still get the urge to grill out and gobble up all of the at-its-peak, end-of-summer produce in sight. Anyone else feel me on this?

Anywho, the other week when I was making this delicious Whisky Gravlax, I started thinking about what else I could make that would go nicely with this in a summer-y, outdoor picnic-type spread, and I immediately started thinking about some sort of coleslaw. Here’s the rub though, folks, I’m not really that big of a coleslaw fan. Maybe it’s because I grew up associating it with tons of mayo and wilted vegetables, or just because there were too many watery tasting vegetables involved in general, but it was never quite my thing until I started enjoying the real good stuff garnishing delicious, non-vegetable foods like pulled pork sliders.

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw | CaliGirl Cooking

So, I’ve finally gotten to the point where I’m willing to branch out and find at least SOME version of coleslaw that is (a) healthy and (b) tastes good enough that it does not need to be served with tons of juicy barbecued meat and smushed between a burger bun. Enter, this Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw.

I’m super-pumped about this recipe because I’ve managed to overcome my two main objections to “just-your-average coleslaw.” The first being that this version uses NO MAYO. That’s right folks, we’re talking a simple dressing of miso, Greek yogurt, rice vinegar and honey. So healthy, and sooooo refreshing. (BTW, miso is one of my favorite additions to a Greek yogurt dressing to make it just a little bit more interesting…I also used it for these Asiago Chipotle Shrimp Toasts.)

The second objection I’ve been able to overcome is the inherent wateriness of most typical coleslaws. I’ve conquered this by using even amounts of the typical green cabbage and heartier purple cabbage, plus some shredded carrots for extra heft and good measure. But I couldn’t stop there, I had to throw in some of the crisp, fresh sugar snap peas that I had lurking around in my crisper drawer. No wateriness here! And tons of crunch….winning!

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw | CaliGirl Cooking

The other great thing about this Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw? It comes together incredibly fast. Let’s be honest, we all know that we don’t want to spend the majority of a three-day, end-of-summer weekend slaving in the kitchen all day. We’ve got to enjoy this pool and beach weather while we can! So grab all of your ingredients and whip this up in less than 20 minutes. No heat, no cooking time, no worries. We are going to take these last few days of gorgeousness by the horns and #weekend like the professionals we all know we are.

And, don’t forget! I’ll have a fun and frosty cocktail up for you on Friday, plus this weekend I’ll be putting together a BONUS post featuring all of my favorite Labor Day-appropriate recipes on the blog!

As always, thanks for reading and supporting my little corner of the Inter-webs! XO

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw | CaliGirl Cooking

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw
Prep Time
15 mins
A lightened up, Asian take on the classic coleslaw recipe. Greek yogurt, rice vinegar, honey and miso add a tangy flair and sugar snap peas up the crunch factor of this popular cookout dish.
  • 6 tablespoons plain nonfat Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon miso
  • 2 teaspoons rice vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • 2 cups shredded green cabbage
  • 2 cups shredded purple cabbage
  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 1 cup chopped fresh sugar snap peas
  • 2 green onions chopped
  • Salt & pepper to taste
  1. In a small bowl, combine yogurt, miso, rice vinegar and honey. Set aside.
  2. In a large bowl, combine both cabbages, carrots, snap peas and green onions.
  3. Pour yogurt mixture over cabbage mixture and stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. For best results, place (covered) in refrigerator for at least a half hour (up to two hours) before serving to let all of the flavors meld.

*This post contains affiliate links. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Lightened Up Miso Coleslaw | CaliGirlCooking.com


Get on up in this vegetable-y deliciousness.