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Semi-homemade BBQ 'Beef' and Creamy Coleslaw Sandwich

Being a mom to a 5 year old, a 2 year old and a 2 month old, there are days I rely on the talents of others and the products they sell to make my family dinner.  On these particular days I make semi-homemade meals, and boy am I glad for the help!  My husband loves BBQ, so I came up with this easy, quick, semi-homemade version of a BBQ and coleslaw sandwich.  The best part?  The prep time is about 15 minutes!

Coleslaw

Ingredients
1 package shredded coleslaw and carrots
1 cup Follow Your Heart Vegenaise
2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon almond milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon dry mustard
1/4 teaspoon celery seed

Directions
1.  Whisk all ingredients, except the coleslaw and carrots.
2.  In a large bowl top the coleslaw and carrots with the dressing and toss until well coated.
3.  Set aside.

BBQ 'Beefless Tips'

Ingredients
1 package of 'gardein home style beefless tips'
Bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce
2 tablespoons olive oil

Directions
1.  Heat oil in skillet over medium high heat.
2.  Add 'beefless tips' and cook until heated through.
3.  Remove from heat and roughly chop.
4.  Place 'beefless tips' back in skillet on low heat and add desired amount of BBQ sauce.  Mix until well coated and cook about 2-3 minutes, or until hot again.

To Assemble

Ingredients
BBQ 'beefless tips'
Coleslaw
Hoagie rolls or buns of your choice

Directions
Top sliced hoagie roll or bun with 'beefless tips' and coleslaw.  That's it!  Enjoy!


Comments

Morgan-- said…
Oh My Goodness! This looks soooo good! Amazing, and I know that Dave would love me if I made him something BBQ flavored!
Looks really yummy!! I know my family would love this. Thank you:)
This looks like a recipe my husband would love! I'm so glad I have your blog to get new recipes!!! YAY!

I'm learning so much from you and Morg. :)

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