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Skinny Tuna Melt

By: Gina from Skinnytaste
Skinny Tuna Melt
Skinny Tuna Melt
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Classic comfort food just got a makeover. This Skinny Tuna Melt uses quick and easy ingredient swaps to make this an insanely healthy recipe for lunch. This tuna sandwich recipe calls for light mayonnaise and extra veggies, so you can be sure that this is a guilt-free recipe. It's also served open face, which makes it much healthier than your average tuna melt. It's embarrassingly easy to make, and it tastes great with your favorite whole grain bread. Serve this tuna melt with a side salad and a cup of homemade soup.

Serves: 2

Nutritional Information

Serving Size: 1 opened face sandwich
Calories: 231.1
Fat: 6.3 g
Protein: 28.6 g
Carb: 14.7 g
Fiber: 3.5 g

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I wasn't too impressed with this recipe. I would have been happier with plain tuna. I might try it again with a few tweaks.

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