Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Fruity Noodle Coslaw Salad & a BFF Bride

This weekend I held my BFF Val's Bridal Shower at our Clubhouse. It turned out great thanks to all of our friends thanks ladies! Boy oh boy can our friends cook holy sh** (see pictures below)! Thank you for all of your help gals. I have been friends with Val ever sense I started dating Dylan (now my hubby). Her fiance and Dylan are best of friends and that is actually how Val and I got so close. Dylan and I are very lucky to have them in our lives. Love you Val!


Isn't she just gorgeous?! 
Anyways I guess we can get back to the recipe if you insist.


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Servings: 24
Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories: 105
Fat: 4.7 g
Carbs: 11.4 g
Fiber: 1.4 g
Protein: 3.7 g
Points+: 3

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   Here Are Your Ingredients:

   3 Chicken Breasts - cooked chopped
   1 Package Bow Tie Noodles - cooked
   2 Celery Sticks- chopped
   1 Red Apple - chopped
   1 Green Apple - chopped
   2 Cups Red Grapes - sliced in half
   1 Cup Pineapples - chopped
   1 Can Water Chestnuts  - drained
   4 Green Onions - chopped
   1 Cup Craft Coleslaw Dressing
   1 1/2 Cup Mayo - light
   1 Package Almonds  - slivered roasted

Cook chicken or buy canned chicken breasts. Cook noodles as directed on back of package. In a small sauce pan spray pan with non stick cooking spray and pour in almonds. Cook on medium heat until browned for about 5 minutes. Chop up all veggies and fruit. Mix mayo and dressing together in small mixing bowl. In large decorative bowl add all ingredients except noodles and mix until everything in salad is fully coated with dressing. Now that that is evenly distributed add in noodles slowly until everything is coated. Bon ABpetit!

One more picture of the parTay before you go! Here are my girlies :)



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16 comments:

  1. Wow that's one awesome Coslaw Salad! That was also so sweet of you to put together a shower for your dear friend :)

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    1. She deserves it for sure! Thanks my friend!

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  2. Fantastic coslaw, and looks like a great spread!

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    1. Thanks to the gals it really was!! Thanks Emma :)

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  3. Beautiful coleslaw! I love the addition of fruit, I'm going to have to try this!

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    1. It is very different then what you expect from a coslaw but very tasty!

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  4. I was able to taste this yummy dish!..very impressed by these young women :)-Keep it up!

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    1. Thanks for the comment Gina your too sweet!! I have a darling picture of you and your beautiful daughter I need to get it to you

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  5. oooh that salad looks amazing. that spread looks amazing and congrats to your friend on her upcoming wedding. love your blog thanks for stopping by mine

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  6. Love the idea of lots of fruits in the coslaw...beautiful pictures of the girls Ashlee :)
    Enjoy your week!

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  7. You are so beautiful, friend!!!! That salad looks so great, and what an awesome friend you are to do that for your friend!

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  8. these ingredients together sounds weird...but the outcome looks so delicious. I'll have to try it!

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  9. Hi Ashlee, the coslaw salad look delicious. The rest of the spreads on the table look awesome too.

    Thanks for sharing the beautiful photo, all the ladies look gorgeous and beautiful.

    Have a nice weekend.

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