This doesn’t sound like much..but trust me it’s good, creamy & rich with half the fat and double the protein of regular egg salad. This makes a delicious, filling low-carb meal on it’s own or it would go great on a sandwich! You can increase or decrease the spice based on personal preference.
- 1 whole egg boiled chopped
- 1 can of tuna (about 140g) shredded
- 1 cup egg whites seasoned with black pepper and a little salt cooked like a pancake (cooked in a pan sprayed with pam over medium-low heat, flip half way through, don’t brown the egg too much, just enough!) slice into chunks and place in the fridge to chill.
- 70g ripe avocado chopped into chunks(about 1/3 of a large avocado)
- 2 tbsp 2% cottage cheese
- 2 tbsp 0% plain greek yogurt
- 1 whole Green Onion finely chopped
- Sriracha Sauce to taste
- salt/pepper to taste
In a food processor, combine 1/2 the avocado chunks, cottage cheese, greek yogurt, a little salt/pepper and some sriracha sauce to taste and mix until smooth. (If you are lazy like me, you can just mash everything together decently well with a fork, haha).
Putting it together:
In a medium bowl, combine your egg whites & egg. Before adding in the tuna, stir it into the sauce you created and then add the tuna/sauce mixture to the eggs along with the leftover avocado chunks. Mix well and sprinkle with green onion. Give it one last toss and top with additional sriracha sauce as desired. Enjoy!
Nutrition for entire recipe: 16g fat, 10g carbs, 40g protein & 5g fibre
Sweet potato fries & a huge avocado tuna salad for dinner!
Hey guys! Sorry for the lack of posts lately! I have been slacking off a bit with my blog due to the fact that I am trying to get my own eating habits and workouts in check. I think I’ve finally got it figured out! So..I have been trying to gain weight for a while but I have a hard time putting it on(high metabolism!). So lately I have started to count calories again for a bit just to make sure I am getting enough each day because it’s very important to me to not under eat! I have also stopped almost any form of cardio. The only cardio I am doing is 20 minutes of steady running on the treadmill (5.0-5.5mph) one day a week. It’s working really well! I love weight training so this works well for me. My current 5 day split + cardio is:
- Monday – Chest + Back + Abs + TVA(Planks for 1:30, 1 min, 50sec, 30sec with a small rest in-between each)
- Tuesday – Biceps + Triceps + Shoulders + Calfs
- Wednesday – Quadriceps + Hamstrings + TVA(Planks for 1:30, 1 min, 50sec, 30sec with a small rest in-between each)
- Thursday – Chest + Back + Abs + Calfs
- Friday – OFF
- Saturday – Biceps + Triceps + Shoulders + TVA(Planks for 1:30, 1 min, 50sec, 30sec with a small rest in-between each)
- Sunday – 20 min run(Treadmill)
My schedule seems a little weird because I have friday off then I workout saturday but that’s just because Friday always seems to be my busiest night haha. Anyways so my diet has changed, I take in about 1700-1750 calories a day at the moment but I am planning on increasing it as I increase the weight I am lifting. But so far it’s working since in a week I have measured myself multiple times on an empty stomach and I’ve gained about 0.7 pounds. That’s pretty good for a week. I am getting stronger too I have noticed. My new workouts are a lot more demanding and last anywhere from 30min-1 hour. Although I still recommend my past workouts (10-20min) for anyone! They really are great! But I am more focussed on putting on muscle mass at the moment so I am trying to steer away from my old more cardio based workouts for now. So overall I am just trying to eat more, lift more and worry less about every little detail. I feel much happier with where I am at!
P.S: ALL MY WORKOUTS ARE STILL DONE AT HOME. No gym for me 😉
Ready for my next post? I will be discussing “IIFYM” and my personal views on it as well as my current macros and a more in-depth view of my diet. Stay posted!
This is a great way to use up a leftover half of Avocado. Just mix up this simple tuna salad recipe, scoop out the pit of the avocado, stuff and your good to go! Plus it’s very filling 🙂
Ingredients(Makes 2 Halves):
1 large Avocado
1/2 a can of tuna(could sub with canned chicken)
1/4 of a tomato chopped
1 dill pickle chopepd
1 piece of celery finely chopped
optional: cucumbers chopped
1 green onion chopped
1 tbsp fat-free mayo
1/4 tsp garlic powder
salt & pepper to taste(more pepper than salt)
1/4-1/2 tsp dried dill
Directions: Combine all stuffing ingredients in a small bowl. Scoop mixture into each avocado half and serve with a spoon. Enjoy!
Nutrition Facts per half: 11.5g fat(healthy fats!), 5g carbs, 6g protein
Yup, once again I am adding to my list of stir frys! But I love them, they are just so nice and simple to throw together for dinner and are very filling! I hope you guys enjoy this one. It’s a bit of a twist on my original Tasty Traditional Stir Fry. Take me to the recipe!
From the title you may be able to tell, but this recipe is loaded with dill flavour and a warm cheesy topping! These little Tuna Melts are perfect for a quick dinner when you are in a hurry! They are filling and healthy! Take me to the recipe!