Two kids, one picky eater. Not too bad for odds I guess. My son is not a fan of tuna. My daughter would eat it every day. I can sometimes get my son to eat it if we make it like this!
Tuna melts have been a go-to lunch for us for a long time, we have recently introduced the Oopsie Bread as a base and now they’re even healthier for us!
Recipe (if you can call it a recipe, we never use specific measurements on these)
- Combine tuna, mayo, a bit of Dijon mustard & a splash of lemon juice with chopped celery.
- Start with Oopsie Bread base. (Recipe Here.)
- Layer on some spinach and a generous scoop of the tuna salad.
- Top with chopped tomatoes and cucumbers, sprinkle generously with shredded cheese. (A mixture of extra strong white cheddar and cheddar jack is our favorite!)
- Bake in the top of a 350° oven until cheese is melted and starting to bubble but watch the Oopsie breads to make sure they don’t burn.
- Serve with extra spinach or other greens and a drizzle of olive oil and lemon juice or your favorite dressing!
My Daughter and I making our low carb tuna melts on Feb 3, 2017