Talk about a light lunch idea that takes little effort, is satisfying, and requires no cooking! This Mediterranean Tuna Salad puts a new, healthier and tastier spin on a traditional tuna salad recipe. There’s no mayo in this version, and it’s packed full of fresh vegetables, garbanzo beans, and olives, so it’s not short on nutrition.
I think that everybody has those favorite easy meals. The ones that you gravitate to when you’re home by yourself for the night. For my husband, one of those meals is a tuna salad sandwich. I thought I’d try and make a slightly more elegant version of a tuna salad sandwich with these tomatoes. It works great. The larger tomatoes, like beefsteak tomatoes, have lots of seeds and pulp on the inside that are easy to scoop out. Once the insides are removed, you can use it as a little bowl for just about anything. In my case, that was…
My husband and I recently went tuna fishing with his parents. It wasn’t the best fishing trip. I don’t have the patience for fishing (it’s so boring), and the seas were a bit rough, so half of us got seasick. We also didn’t catch anything. What it did do, was give me the desire to have some grilled tuna. The first recipe I wanted to try was this one with mango salsa. Fish and fruit go well together since the fish is usually mild and the sweet and juicy fruit sets it off nicely. This is really wonderful and so…
I love salads, but I like variety in my salads. As a result, I’m always looking for delicious new salad recipes. This one definitely fits the bill. Roasted beets, carrots, alfalfa sprouts and tuna fish – it’s a great combination, packed with nutrients and beautiful to eat as well. The dressing is simple and easy to make up. It’s one of the dressings that you can stick in a half pint jar to mix it (just screw on the lid and shake) and any leftover dressing, leave in the fridge for the next round. You’re welcome to use canned beets…
This salad is a classic French salad, but this takes less than 30 minutes start to finish – it’s perfect for an elegant meal on a busy night. The trick to making this salad quick and easy is to cook the green beans and potatoes together. The fresh beans and lettuce that are available right now make this a delicious treat, since there’s nothing quite like fresh salad from the garden. Use tuna canned in water to cut down on the oil in the salad. You’ll have a refreshing and delicious salad in no time.
Ok, StarKist Tuna Creations may have been around for a while now, but in the instance that any of you may be unaware, I feel that it’s necessary to let you all know about them. Perfect for packing a quick lunch on a busy weekday, these portion controlled, individual packets of flavored tuna are nothing short of fantastic.
A perfectly seasoned tuna steak that makes an ideal Weight Watchers lunch or dinner recipe, this Seared Ahi Tuna is absolutely delicious. And each serving is just 4 Points! It’s packed with healthy fat and protein and works wonderfully over a salad or rice. It also cooks really fast, so this is something you can get on the plate quickly.
In another effort to get more heart healthy fish in my diet, I decided to prepare some tuna steaks. But because I don’t like fish recipes that taste, well, fishy, I need a good sauce or marinade to help. In just a few minutes, I put this spicy, jalapeno marinade together and let it sit for about 30-45 min in the fridge.
These yummy, Pan Seared Tuna Patties are the perfect way to put a unique twist on the traditional tuna sandwich recipe. Just two of these tuna patties are only 4 Points, which makes it an ideal Weight Watchers lunch. I served mine with a side of salsa, but next time, I’m going to melt some reduced fat cheddar over then for an added flavor boost.
This incredibly easy Tuna Pasta Salad Recipe was a hit at my house. So creamy and flavorful, so healthy, and just 5 Points per serving. I’ve made this dish a few times as a main course and also as a side dish, and it works really well both ways. I also love the fresh taste that the dill brings, and the red onions help to add some extra flavor and a nice crunch.
The perfect quick and healthy lunch idea, this Basic Tuna Salad Recipe is so easy to make and is so tasty! Made with non-fat Greek yogurt instead of mayo, this version is a LOT lighter than traditional tuna salad recipes. The fresh lemon and tang of the yogurt helps to give it a very similar flavor to the mayo version.
This low calorie salad recipe puts a delicious Mediterranean spin on traditional tuna salad recipes. Light and fresh, it’s loaded with fiber and protein, making it an ideal Weight Watchers Recipe. It’s an entree sized salad – about 2.5 cups for the serving size, so it’s definitely satisfying. And the whole serving has just 5 Points!
Tuna Noodle Casseroles were always a staple in my house growing up. It was a very inexpensive and easy meal to prepare, and it was the only seafood my parents could get my sister and I to eat. As an adult, I still have a love for this creamy, cheesy comfort food recipe, and have been looking for some good Weight Watchers Tuna Casserole Recipes to try out.
A new take on low calorie tuna salad recipes, this Tuscan Tuna Salad has some wonderful new flavors, and no mayo. It gives a lot of bang for it’s buck with each 1 cup serving coming in at just 5 Points. Serve it over a bed of fresh greens, or in a low calorie whole wheat pita for a delicious and healthy lunch recipe that tastes incredibly light and fresh.
The classic Tuna Nicoise Salad Recipe may seem harmless, but the truth is, it’s often drowning in fat and excess calories. This Weight Watchers Tuna Nicoise Salad Recipe has been dramatically lightened up but still has tons of protein and fiber, and makes a perfect, and very filling, Weight Watchers Momentum Plan Recipe.