Looking for lunch box ideas, or ideas for after-school snacks? If you think tuna is a tired choice, perk it up with this recipe. No mayo means no soggy mess when lunchtime rolls around—olive oil makes a tasty and nutritious substitute. Tuna fish is a fabulous source of protein and omeg-3 fatty acids, so you already know that it's healthy; now, you just need to make it yummy! This easy recipe does the trick.
Add in 1 tablespoon of finely chopped red onion or even some hot sauce for a kick!
In a medium bowl, toss together tuna, olive oil, lemon juice, zucchini, carrots , bell peppers, and olives until well combined. Use a fork to mash the tuna with the veggies and oil
Divide the Garden Tuna Salad evenly among 4 of the bread slices, make your sandwiches, cut each sandwich in half, and serve alongside the baby carrots.