Tuna Crunch Toast

Gluten Free

Sugar free

Nut Free

Low calorie

tuna crunch toast

Tuna crunch is probably my favourite sandwich filling, its full of protein and veggies and only takes 5 minutes to whip up before its ready to go in a great low calorie sandwich, on toast or even as a thick dip for chunky veggies.
You can pre cook fresh tuna for this recipe or you can use canned like I have, just make sure you choose tuna in spring water to keep this recipe oil free. Drain and empty 1 can into a bowl.

canned tuna

Chop up one whole spring onion, you can use two if they're particularly small. I like to cut down the onion lengthways keeping it attached at the top and then chop widthways to get nice small pieces. Dice a 1/3 of a pepper, you can use any colour, here I used orange. Red peppers are the sweetest and green peppers have a more bitter taste that is usually better suited to cooking. Add this into the tuna along with a good crack of black pepper and 1 tablespoon of light mayonnaise. Sorry, I don't yet have a recipe for that but I'm working on it!

peppers and onion
tuna crunch

Mix it all together and your Tuna crunch is ready. Serve on toast or in a sandwich with salad. Also goes great in a cheese toastie!


Ingredients:
170kcal per portion
♥ 1 can of tuna (100g drained)
♥ 1 spring onion
♥ 1/3 pepper
♥ black pepper to taste
♥ 1 tablespoon light mayo

Method:
1. Drain the can of tuna and add it to a bowl
2. Chop up the pepper and onion into very small chunks and add to the tuna
3.  Add mayonnaise and a crack of black pepper and mix well
4. Spread your Tuna crunch onto a slice of wholemeal toast and enjoy!