The first few days of 2015 are under your belt. How are those resolutions going? If you've slipped, don't give up! It's never too late to get back on the healthy bandwagon, and we're here to help. Let's talk healthy lunches. What about a tuna fish sandwich? Well, they can get pretty boring, so here are 10 different takes on the classic recipe to keep things fresh and you on track.
Apples and chopped-up red onions add crunch to this tuna salad recipe from Feeding Big. The cranberries add a nice tartness to keep things interesting.
Simply Recipes adds a teaspoon of Dijon mustard and cottage cheese to this unusual tuna salad recipe.
Tastes Better from Scratch adapted this recipe for tuna melts from Emeril Lagasse.
Lauren's Latest calls this recipe for tuna salad the "best" there is, and we think she's onto something. Three words: mild pepper rings. We'll take two, please. To go.
But mayo is gross and you hate it, you say. No problem. Check out this recipe from A Teaspoon of Happiness, which ditches mayo and uses instead olive oil, lemon juice, soy sauce and Dijon mustard.
Green Lite Bites uses Creamy Swiss French Onion-flavored spreadable cheese from The Laughing Cow in lieu of mayo for this light tuna salad, as well as chopped up red pepper and cucumber.
No vegan left behind. We were particularly intrigued by this recipe from Mind Body Green, which replaces tuna with — get this — raw almonds and raw sunflower seeds. It looks pretty good, too, so if you don't have a nut allergy, go for it!
Martha Stewart scores again with this savory tuna nicoise sandwich.
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