We love to dream up healthy ways to put fresh spins on staple foods in our house; it keeps mealtime exciting and our taste buds wanting more.
The versatility of this recipe provides countless opportunities to keep your family and friends happy and satisfied at meal time. Prep your tuna over the weekend and serve it any of the following ways for a delicious and healthy lunch or dinner with next to no cleanup.
How long should I boil my eggs?
For medium-hard boiled eggs, submerge your eggs in boiling water for 12 minutes.
Is there anything I can substitute the chopped celery with?
We’ve tried both of these swaps and they’ve turned out great.
- 1/2 cup chopped bell peppers
- 3 tablespoons of finely chopped bread and butter pickles OR sweet pickle relish
If you’re serving this tuna salad at a summer picnic or party, you may be wondering how you can keep it cold. Simply add ice cubes to a larger bowl than the one you’re serving your tuna salad in and set your serving bowl on the bed of ice.
6 Low-Carb Options to Try:
- An open-faced sandwich with thinly sliced tomatoes
- In a grilled tortilla with your favorite cheese (ours is creamy Havarti), slaw mix and fresh baby spinach
- A romaine wrap topped with tomatoes
- A crunchy tuna tortilla pizza with roasted tomatoes, spinach and sharp cheddar cheese (check out the full recipe under Crispy Tuna Tortilla Pizza)
- On a bed of spinach topped with tomatoes, avocado, chopped raw shredded Brussels sprouts (for some added crunch) and any other toppings your heart desires
- In a tuna and avocado stuffed pepper (simply cut and clean out pepper, add tuna and top with sliced avocado)
What are some of your favorite ways to eat tuna? Share in the comments below!