Tuna is one keto friendly staple that I always keep on hand in the pantry. I’ve been keeping things pretty basic over the last couple of weeks and have been keeping a batch of tuna salad in the fridge for quick lunches. That and egg salad. I love both, especially in the summer! My tuna salad recipe is super simple, but I thought some of you may want to know what I put in it. As the recipe title states, it’s basic, but so good!
To my tuna I add mayo (of course), hard boiled eggs, dill relish, chives, salt, black pepper & celery seed. There’s something about celery seed that makes cold salads like this extra good! I even add it to my Coleslaw recipe and it really makes a big difference in the flavor! Mix everything together, refrigerate, and you have lunches for a few days!
I like having tuna salad on these Crispbread from Trader Joe’s. They contain 3 net carbs each. They make an excellent cracker substitute without all the carbs! It also pairs well with low carb tortillas or flatbreads, such as the ones from Cutdacarb. I also like making snack plates with the tuna salad and crispbread. I’ll usually pair it with some nuts, cheese and pickles. It’s the perfect lunch! It’s also great dipped in cheese crisp. So many options!
You can also stuff the tuna salad in some mini bell peppers. I like doing that and serving them on a little snack plate. This one includes: cheddar cheese, berries, a hard boiled egg topped with Everything but the bagel seasonings, olives, mini dill pickles, pecans and a ChocZero square.
If you give my recipe a try, I would love to know how you like it! Be sure to follow me on Instagram and Pinterest for more low carb meal ideas. If you make this or any of my recipes, I would love it if you tagged me on Instagram so I can see your creations! If you want to get email notifications when I post a new recipe, you can subscribe to my blog at the bottom of this page.
Be sure to check out my Easy Egg Salad recipe here. It’s a favorite in my house!