Are you looking for a delicious lunch option that is full of protein but low in points? Our Weight Watchers Tuna Salad is sure to please. This tuna salad is easy to make and delicious.
Updated for WW Program 2023.
Weight Watchers Tuna Salad
For years, tuna has been a popular diet food, and with good reason. Tuna is low in calories while high in filling protein. It’s also inexpensive and easy to use since you can keep a few cans of tuna on hand.
Our family loves this Weightwatchers Tuna Salad Recipe. I make it often as a filling lunch option for my busy days, plus it’s easy to meal prep.
Click here for other Weight Watchers tuna recipes.
Also check out our Weight Watchers Egg Salad recipe that is also zero points.
This recipe is part of our popular Holy Mess 3 Day Diet which was featured in Woman’s World magazine.
Tuna Salad Meal Prep
I like to make a large batch of this tuna salad during my weekend WW meal prep and enjoy it for my lunches during the week. If you eat this for lunch with veggies and perhaps a salad or light bread or bun, you will have plenty of points left over for breakfast, dinner, and snacks.
This recipe has an optional 2 T of light mayo or Miracle whip. While this technically has points, when spread over the whole recipe the calculation is still zero points per serving. (Click here for a printable list of the Zero point foods for 2023.)
I like to wait and add just a bit of light mayo at serving time since I really like the tangy zip and don’t want it to get lost in the tartness of the Greek yogurt.
Zero Point Tuna Salad Recipe – Quick and Easy!
This tuna salad is simple to make and tastes great. Enjoy with vegetables sticks or on a salad for a totally zero point meal, or serve with light bread, crackers (such as Good Thins), or a low carb tortilla. Count points accordingly for these items.
It’s such a convenient meal so keep a few cans of tuna in your pantry for a quick and low point meal.
Chop boiled eggs (or use our Instant Pot no-peel hard boiled eggs hack) and pickles.
Add all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir to combine.
This meal is also great served with light bread, no salt pretzels or whole grain crackers.
Combine ingredients and you are done. How easy is that?
Weight Watchers Tuna Salad Recipe
- 2 cans tuna 5 oz. cans, drained
- 1/2 cup Greek yogurt plain, non-fat
- 2 item pickles chopped. Or use dill relish (no sugar added).
- 2 T Miracle Whip light, optional
- 1 T mustard
- 2 item egg hard boiled, peeled and chopped
- Combine all ingredients.
- Serve with vegetable sticks, crackers, on lettuce or on bread.
Post updated January 2023 for Weight Watcher points.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tuna Salad
How Do You Spice Up Tuna?
Consider adding minced onion or even fruit such as shredded apple or diced grapes. You can also experiment with new spices, such as curry or Italian seasoning.
Is Eating a Tuna Sandwich Healthy for You?
The American Heart Association suggests to eat fish at about twice a week. Fresh and canned tuna are convenient ways to get your weekly amounts of this nutrient-rich food. Just be sure to watch out for mayonnaise which makes tuna salad high in calories. Our version uses Greek yogurt to bring down the calories considerably.
How Long Does Tuna Salad Last?
Properly stored, tuna salad will last for 3 to 5 days in the refrigerator. Do not leave out of the fridge for longer than an hour.
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Ok! I know this is embarrassing to even write down when this recipe is part of just a 3 day challenge, but what do you do when you are one of those people who absolutely gags at tuna and chicken salads like this? Maybe it’s the mayo or maybe it’s the pickles which I do not care for either. This makes me sound super picky, but in reality, I do eat a lot of different fruits, vegetables, meats and fats, but this type of cold meat mixture has always been a stalling point for me. Is there an alternative of this meal for people like me? Thanks so much!