Tuna Mayo Sandwich with Spinach and Light Cheese Spread

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Total Time:    5 minutes

Nutritional per serving
Calories: 297 kcal
Fat: 6 g
Protein: 28 g
Carbohydrates: 32 g

This awesome Tuna Mayo Sandwich is an ideal lunchbox addition for anyone with a hectic work schedule as it’s super quick to make and just about as healthy as they come.

Choosing wholewheat bread will keep you fuller for longer and using a light cheese spread instead of margarine takes those horrible trans fats off the lunch menu.

Tuna and spinach is a great combo too! Spinach a great alternative to simple lettuce leaves as it’s an awesome superfood, said to provide a number of health benefits such as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, supporting bone health and even helping to combat cancer.

Ingredients

  • 2 slices of medium thick wholewheat bread (88 kcal per slice used in this recipe)
  • 1 can of tuna in spring water or brine
  • 1 tbsp low fat mayonnaise
  • Light cheese spread
  • Handful baby leaf spinach
  • Fresh black pepper
  • Vinegar

Tuna Mayo Sandwich Directions

  1. To make the tuna mayo, add the tuna and low fat mayonnaise to a small bowl .
  2. Add a dash of vinegar and some freshly ground black pepper
  3. Mix together thoroughly
  4. Split the bap and spread some low fat cheese spread very lightly on both halves of the bap
  5. Spread half of the tuna mayo on one half of the bap and top with some baby leaf spinach, and voila, 5 minute Tuna Mayo Sandwich 🙂

Tips & alternatives

If using low fat cheese spread isn’t to your taste you could try English or Dijon mustard which also work very well. that said, it’s a fair bet that if you start replacing margarine with low fat cheese there’ll be no turing back 🙂

image credits: www.taste.com.au

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