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Posted on 04-02-2015

And with that we are ready to head outside and see our neighbors again. 

Whether you are headed outside to do yard work, go for a drive, head to the park, or watch/coach spring sports we have a great recipe that will travel with you. 

Tuna Salad For All Ages!
Recipe and photo courtesy of
  • 3 cans wild caught tuna, drained
  • ½ small/medium apple, quartered
  • 2 stalks celery, quartered
  • 2 medium carrots, quartered
  • ½ cup crispy nuts (almonds, pecans – whatever you have! If you are nut free you can use any seed of your choice or just leave them out!)
  • ½ cup – 1 cup mayonnaise (Amount depending on how you like the consistency of your tuna salad. Homemade preferable to avoid toxic oils/preservatives in store bought – my 5 minute mayo is SO yummy!)
  • Sea salt/pepper to taste
  1. Put the apple, celery, carrot, and almonds into your food processor and pulse into a medium chop. (If you don't have a food processor just chop the veggies and crush the nuts.)
  2. Add the tuna and mayo and blend to combine – if you want a full puree go for it! (That works well if you are feeding smaller toddlers). If you are looking for a chunkier consistency just pulse to combine. Add more mayo if you wish. (If you don't have a food processor, just use a fork to mash in the tuna and mayo to mix and combine.)
  3. Sea salt/pepper to taste, and serve in lettuce cups, tomato or cucumber rounds, as a dip for crackers, or in a rice wrap!

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