There’s no mayo in this flavorful Avocado Tuna Salad! The avocado adds a creaminess to this tuna salad that you can enjoy on it’s own or as a sandwich.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Blue Harbor. All opinions are my own.
Growing up, I went to Catholic school for 12 years. And every Lenten season brought the weeks of not eating meat on Fridays. Which meant I ate a lot of tuna fish sandwiches for lunch.
And here we are again, in the midst of Lent and I am making tuna fish sandwiches for my family. While we enjoy the traditional tuna salad, I am always looking for ways to change it up a bit. Weeks of the same ‘ole tuna salad can get boring.
By simply swapping the mayo for avocado, you can have a totally different tuna salad with the same creaminess you enjoy of traditional tuna salad. Add in some fresh veggies and you have a lunch that will fill you and keep you going through the afternoon.
I will admit that I am very picky when it comes to my tuna. I’m a label reader to ensure that I am buying quality tuna. Blue Harbor Fish Co is made with premium, simple “clean” ingredients such as wild Albacore tuna, water, touch of sea salt or no salt options. Not only is Blue Harbor Fish “clean” it’s soy free, gluten free, and dolphin safe.
Blue Harbor Fish Co is MSC Certified, which means it complies with sustainable practices and ensures each fish is traceable back to the boat. The tuna is wild, line-caught premium quality fish that each offers a delicious, mild, clean flavor. You can find Blue Harbor Fish at Shoprite, KTM Supermarkets, and Fresh Grocer.
Avocado Tuna Salad
- 1 avocado
- 1 3oz Blue Harbor Albacore Tuna in Water No Salt Added pouch
- half tomato, diced
- 1 stalk of celery, diced
- handful parsley, chooped
- In a small bowl, smash the avocado to break it up. Combine all the ingredients in and mix them together with a fork.
- Serve in avocado skins or on bread.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Blue Harbor.