Jan 29, 2014

10 Low Carb Ways to Eat Tuna Salad

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10 Low Carb Ways to Eat Tuna Salad

I love tuna salad, and because I eat it so frequently I try to switch it up as much as I can. Below are some of the ways i've eaten it, plus i've added a few more clever ideas i've found around the web as well. 


First of all, there are lots of different ways to make tuna salad, but I seem to always stick to the very basic recipe of ---white tuna, boiled eggs, chopped baby spinach, chopped celery, mayo, dill relish, and 1 packet of Stevia sweetener. Sometimes I might also add a bit of chopped apple and pecans or walnuts. 





Cabbage Leaf Tuna Salad Wrap
Cabbage Leaf Tuna Salad Wrap






Tuna Salad and Raw Broccoli 
Tuna Salad and Raw Broccoli






Romaine Lettuce Leaf Tuna Salad Wraps
Romaine Lettuce Leaf Tuna Salad Wraps






Tuna Salad Stuffed Boiled Eggs
Tuna Salad Stuffed Boiled Eggs





Tuna Salad Stuffed Avocado
Tuna Salad Stuffed Avocado





Cucumbers and Tuna Salad "Dip"
The Cutting Back Kitchen






Tuna Salad Cucumber Boats
From Pasta to Paleo 





Tuna Salad Stuffed Tomatoes
from Popsugar






Tuna Salad Endive Boats
e is for eat




Tuna Salad over Cauliflower Rice (Cauli-rice)
The Phoenix Goes Green




Happy Low Carbing! 







16 comments:

  1. Wow! I am saddened by your comment that you receive nasty comments. WHY??? Who should care what you post? If you like, great! If not,so what? I am very disturbed by the vitriol displayed these days. Not good for your health, people!! Thank You!! for this blog. I am new to the low carb lifestyle and was finding myself living on eggs!

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  2. Everything Looks good, but the eggs are waaaay overcooked when you see the green ring around the yolk. I would have not photographed those hard boiled eggs... Just saying...sorry :(

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    1. Agreed! Yuck.

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    2. There is no green ring around those eggs. Just saying..sorry.

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    3. not a green ring, a grey ring - and not from overcooking per say, although it can happen. Need to cool the eggs down asap, so run cold water over once cooked and soak in cold water, changing frequently.

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    4. I'm sorry, no where in here did she ask for anyone's opinion. You don't like it click it and move on.

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    5. Y'all just cook your eggs however long you want to, in whatever temperature, and in any old pot that strikes you. There are no egg-boiling-laws that you or any police-like-feeling people should feel the need to share with us, right? Whenever you feel your ocd perfectionist side poking out, you just go ahead and poke that sucker right back in before it bothers a sweet blogger or the rest of us with your sourness. :) thanks, y'all!

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  3. Your ideas are wonderful! I've even overcooked my eggs a time or two! Wink wink.. Enjoy your lifestyle and thank you for sharing...

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  4. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas, it's helping me and my daughter get better at low carb, which is the only thing that works for me. I can actually stay on it and adopt it as a lifestyle, not just a "diet". I do the hearts of romaine thing with tuna salad too, but it's getting kind of old so I will try some of these other ideas also. To the green ring people up there - lighten up, she's sharing her ideas to try to help out, she never said she was a food photographer lol. I think it's a pretty picture, made me hungry ;)

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  5. Love the low cab, going ti try them. Soon! Trying to low a little. Thanks

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  6. You have inspired me to make some tuna salad! Yummy!

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  7. Nicely put together. very useful info.

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous pictures. I cannot wait to try some of your ideas. Thank you! And try not to think about the mean and rotten comments - they are meant to hurt and cause anger. Mean people are unhappy and need to try to make others unhappy.

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  9. What a simple and refreshing lunch! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. All great ideas! Thank you for sharing and caring. I find myself buying tuna all the time, then I am just looking at packages of tuna! Now I have pictures in my head of what those packages of tuna will turn into. Thanks again!!

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  11. The eggs stuffed with tuna look amazing just for starters. But each idea is very helpful and appreciated on this journey towards better health and living longer! Thank you��

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Thanks for visiting, I love hearing from you, however it still always surprises me how many mean and rotten comments I receive, so please remember that I post what I eat merely as a suggestion of ideas for others. Low carbing is not cut and dry. What works for me may or may not work for you. Also, I live exclusively low carb, but I don't live my life counting them so I don't often include the net carb counts on recipes. Happy low carbing ya'll! :)

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