Skinny Greek Yogurt Tuna Salad

So. I think I’m all cool now, now that I have a fancy schmanzy camera. 

 

Healthy Greek Yogurt Tuna Salad

I think you’re going to be seeing a lot more recipes here. Is that okay?

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I guess I’m on a tuna kick. First the tuna cakes, now this tuna salad made with Greek yogurt that you can’t even tell is lightened up. You know what’s weird? I don’t even like tuna that much! In this recipe, the tuna flavor is definitely more prominent than in the cakes, but I still like it. (And I do not like fishy flavor.)

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Do you want the recipe? :D

Greek Yogurt Tuna Salad
Serves 2
This tuna salad comes together in a flash and you can't even tell it's skinny!
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 1/4 cup plain greek yogurt
  2. 1 tbsp mayo (I bet spicy mustard would work fabulous!)
  3. 1 5 oz can of tuna
  4. 1 small apple, diced
  5. 2 stalks celery, diced
  6. 1 tsp chopped onion (I used a spice, otherwise you could use 1/4 of a real onion!)
  7. 1/4 tsp garlic salt
  8. salt & pepper
  9. lemon juice
Instructions
  1. Chop the apple and celery. Add to a bowl
  2. Drain tuna and add it to the bowl.
  3. Add 1/4 cup of greek yogurt and 1 tbsp of mayo to the bowl.
  4. Add spices, salt & pepper, and lemon juice.
  5. Mix thoroughly and serve in pitas!
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Is it just me? Or are pitas, like, totally impossible to photograph? Stupid unphotogenic little pockets of perfection.

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I ate two of these for lunch and there’s about enough left for two more pitas. Let’s just say I’m excited for lunch today!

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Have a fabulous Tuesday and try not to freeze in these temperatures! This tuna salad is sensational microwaved too, if you want something warm.

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skinny greek yogurt tuna salad

 -Leigha

Comments

  1. Gorgeous pics!! I can tell you’re going to be a PRO with your new camera!! This looks delicious :)

  2. This looks amazing, thank you for sharing!

  3. Your pictures are so pretty!! :D That new camera is getting some good use (; I love making tuna salad. This version looks delicious (:
    Emily @smilemilegirl recently posted…Monday Miles #2My Profile

  4. It has clearly taken you NO time to become a pro at using that camera! I adore apples, tuna, and greek yogurt so this recipe looks beyond delicious! :)
    Emma @ Life’s A Runner recently posted…What NOT To Do While RunningMy Profile

    • Thank you! I had already read so much about using dSLR cameras so when mine finally came I knew how to work it! :)

  5. Girl – LOVE the pics. You have every right to feel fancy shmancy (that’s how I felt when I upgraded from iPod Touch to iPhone pics, lol). I also loooovveee tuna salad, and I really like the idea of adding diced apple! Have fun with that camera!!
    Jess @ Story of a Girl recently posted…Monday Miles #1My Profile

  6. I’ve never tried tuna. Part of me is scared to! I guess the whole coming from a can thing scares me. But the past two recipes you posted with it sound so good!
    Molly@This Life is Sparkling recently posted…Enjoying the little thingsMy Profile

    • I have a hard time eating tuna just because I picture an ugly fish… if I don’t think about that then I can eat it! It does gross me out though haha

  7. Ahh love the pictures! And the tuna salad looks absolutely delicious!
    Alison @ Daily Moves and Grooves recently posted…WIAW: Day In the Life of a High School StudentMy Profile

  8. Wow, your photography is AMAZING! Plus your tuna salad looks super, super good :)
    Allie recently posted…Thoughts and PicturesMy Profile

  9. Looks great Leigha! Love Tuna! And so easy!
    Tina Muir recently posted…Salmon Burgers with Miso DressingMy Profile

  10. This looks SUPER delicious!!! :)

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