Tuna salad with greek yogurt is an easy lunch recipe to take to work! Quick to make, this healthy tuna salad recipe with no mayo is perfect to make ahead.
Question – how do you make sure you have a healthy lunch to eat? Answer – prep it in advance?
Yes, meal prep does help us SO much, but I can totally get out of the mood to meal prep. This healthy tuna salad recipe actually turns that mood around!
Unlike some recipes and meal prep bowls that have you roasting and toasting and cooking for hours, this is an easy meal prep recipe that takes less than five minutes to throw together.
You can make this no mayo tuna salad in five minutes on the weekend and have a delicious healthy lunch for the week!
What You Need to Make Tuna Salad with Greek Yogurt
One of the things I love about this recipe is how simple it is! In fact, you may have many of these ingredients in your pantry right now.
The items you need to make this easy tuna salad recipe are:
- skipjack or white albacore tuna
- red grapes
- plain Greek yogurt
- seasoning (I like plain old salt and pepper)
Frequently Asked Questions About Easy Tuna Salad
Can you eat yogurt with tuna?
Yes! Yogurt is a great mix-in for tuna salad. It is a great replacement for mayonnaise in tuna salad.
I also prefer yogurt to avocado in healthy tuna salad because it lasts longer. Avocado tuna salad can brown if not eaten within the day.
What can you mix with tuna instead of mayo?
Healthy tuna salad without mayo can be made with a few simple ingredients. Most mayo-less tuna salads include either Greek yogurt or avocado for binding.
Can I use yogurt instead of mayonnaise?
Yogurt is a great replacement for mayonnaise in tuna salad. One of the main reasons I opt for Greek yogurt over mayo in tuna salad is because of its high protein content.
What can I mix with canned tuna?
Tuna salad with yogurt and grapes is my favorite mix-ins for canned tuna. I also add in celery for a little bit of crunch and extra fiber.
How Can I Serve Healthy Tuna Salad?
Healthy tuna salad can be served in a variety of ways:
- on top of greens for a salad
- atop toast and sprinkled with sea salt
- spooned into lettuce leaves for a low carb tuna salad
What Kind of Tuna Should I Use?
My favorite kind of tuna to use for tuna salad is skipjack tuna. I like to find sustainably harvested tuna that is packed in water.
This article by epicurious about the best tuna for you and the environment has some great information about how to pick the best tuna.
How Long Does Tuna Salad Store in the Refrigerator?
This greek yogurt tuna salad lasts about 3-5 days in the refrigerator. This makes it a great make ahead tuna salad for healthy meal prep for the week!
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How to Make Tuna Salad with No Mayo
Tuna salad with greek yogurt is an easy lunch recipe to take to work! Quick to make, this easy tuna salad recipe with no mayo is perfect to make ahead.
Tuna Salad with Greek Yogurt
- 1 can skipjack tuna
- 1/2 Greek yogurt more or less depending on your preference
- 1/3 cup diced celery
- 1/3 cup diced grapes
- salt + pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients in a large lidded container. Season with salt + pepper to taste. Add Greek yogurt as desired for consistency.
Store covered in refrigerator for 3-5 days.