Keto Avocado Tuna Salad

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Keto Avocado Tuna Salad

87 ratings

This Keto tuna salad makes for a versatile lunch or snack recipe. For the best Keto sandwich recipe, enjoy this creamy avocado tuna salad on Carb Manager Cloud Bread or spread it over a Keto Bagel. Equally delicious for snacking, why not try it served as a low carb dip with Bacon Chips or Cheese Crackers or even served in lettuce cups? The possibilities are endless!

Is Canned Tuna Good for a Keto Diet?

Canned tuna is a great source of protein that can be enjoyed in moderation as part of a Keto diet. Rich in heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids, tuna makes a versatile and relatively inexpensive addition to your weekly meal rotation. Perfect combined with added fats to make our delicious Keto tuna salad, tossed through low carb spaghetti or flaked into omelets.

Is Mayonnaise Keto?

Mayonnaise is an excellent choice as a Keto condiment. Naturally rich in fats, mayonnaise is prepared with a base of Keto friendly ingredients. Store-bought mayonnaise can contain added sugars and additives however, that are not Keto compliant. Be sure to check the labels to find a suitable option. Alternatively, you can use our own Keto homemade mayo for your tuna salad. You can find the recipe for this in our sides section.

Jessica L.

  • Net Carbs

    0.5 g

  • Fiber

    1.1 g

  • Total Carbs

    1.6 g

  • Protein

    12.9 g

  • Fats

    8 g

127 cals

Keto Avocado Tuna Salad

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Ingredients

  • Canned Tuna

    Canned Tuna

    1 can - each 5 ounce net weight

  • Mayo

    Mayo

    1 tablespoon

  • Salt

    Salt

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Black Pepper, Ground

    Black Pepper, Ground

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Green Onions

    Green Onions

    1 teaspoon, chopped

  • Cilantro

    Cilantro

    1 teaspoon, chopped

  • Avocado

    Avocado

    1 ounce

  • Lime Juice, Fresh

    Lime Juice, Fresh

    ¼ teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 1

5 min

  • Step 1

    Add all the ingredients to a mixing bowl. Mix together until well combined. If you would prefer a chunkier tuna salad, you can dice the avocado into small pieces and mix. For a creamier tuna salad, mash the avocado with the mayonnaise before mixing it into the tuna. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
    Step 1

Comments 31

  • FortuitousRadish167901

    FortuitousRadish167901 4 months ago

    Tuna salad is a go-to for me and I frequently take it to work for lunch. I keep the avocado and lime separate (use the lime to keep the avocado from darkening), and I omit the green onions. To flavour, I add curry powder! When I’m ready for lunch, I stir the avocado into the tuna salad. use celery sticks to scoop it up. It’s delicious!

    • Tea_Party

      Tea_Party 5 months ago

      Easy to make, easy to customize. Would add a touch of sesame oil

      • SplendidMacadamia920666

        SplendidMacadamia920666 9 months ago

        I am enjoying this for lunch. It's easy and quick to prepare. A good starter. Very satisfying with the crunchiness of the lettuce.

        • onatbas

          onatbas a year ago

          I did this for my weekly meal prep. I prepared the sauce first in a container, with tuna and avocado separate. I thought the sauce was way too citric but once mixed, it was a subtle aroma only. It isn't the most fragrant flavor compared to just avocado and tuna, but it's a nice change.

          • RemarkableCauliflower255972

            RemarkableCauliflower255972 a year ago

            Not a fan of cilantro, so subbed with fresh dill. Added diced celery and cucumber for a little crunch. No lime in the house so used fresh lemon juice. DELISH!!!

            • lcolon

              lcolon a year ago

              Can I substitute the tuna for can chicken in water?

              • varissul

                varissul 10 months ago

                Yes.

            • OutstandingMacadamia130966

              OutstandingMacadamia130966 2 years ago

              I added yellow mustard, cucumber 🥒 and a bit of lemon 🍋. Made lettuce wraps. Absolutely tasty😋

              • RocketStar-ecb

                RocketStar-ecb 2 years ago

                Added extra Mayo and used avocado half and a good teaspoon of Lime… So I registered it as 1.5 servings. Made it in chunks and chopped some rocket leaves in…. I found it tasty!

                • Layla

                  Layla 2 years ago

                  The texture was like cat food. I just couldn’t get past how mealy it was. Unfortunately, this one is a no for me. i guess maybe I just need a ton of mayo in my tuna salad

                  • SplendidAvocado433695

                    SplendidAvocado433695 4 months ago

                    Have you never had tuna salad before…? All tuna salad is like that lol

                • Karin

                  Karin 2 years ago

                  How long did this last refrigerated i.e. did it not brown due to the avo in the recipe? Orndid the lime juice keep it from going black?

                  • Fatgirlslims

                    Fatgirlslims a year ago

                    Lime juice would help but I bet the mayo helped more. I don't really know though.

                • Sher Healthy 4 Life

                  Sher Healthy 4 Life 2 years ago

                  OMG!! This was positively delicious! I used albacore tuna, added a bit more onion and diced dill pickle. Yum!! This will become a favorite.

                  • FabulousArugula966423

                    FabulousArugula966423 2 years ago

                    Celery adds a great crunch in it as well. I make little taco melts with it using the low carb street tacos. So good

                • Ketomojo_user

                  Ketomojo_user 2 years ago

                  Very nice and satisfying

                  • deedeejo88

                    deedeejo88 3 years ago

                    yummo!

                    • TimeSpaceCoffee

                      TimeSpaceCoffee 3 years ago

                      Nice! I'm not a huge fan of onion, so I subbed in dill pickle relish and pulled back on the salt and citrus. Diced the avocado and plunked it on top so I didn't create a mush mountain. LOL

                      • SuperCauliflower707124

                        SuperCauliflower707124 3 years ago

                        Also can I eat this recipe everyday?

                        • UpbeatRadish381770

                          UpbeatRadish381770 2 years ago

                          Be careful with fish. people mistakenly assume they can eat as much as they like because of the health benefits. It is advised to eat fish no more that 3 times a week because of the mercury found in fish. Small amounts are safe and albacore tuna is considered one of the safer fishes to eat regularly.

                      • SuperCauliflower707124

                        SuperCauliflower707124 3 years ago

                        Do you need to cook the tuna first?

                        • MyNameIsZuza

                          MyNameIsZuza 3 years ago

                          It's a canned tunna. You don't cook it.

                      • Kik139

                        Kik139 3 years ago

                        Delicious!!

                        • Kimchi김

                          Kimchi김 3 years ago

                          Enjoyable

                          • rnj1

                            rnj1 3 years ago

                            Made using canned yellow tail tuna in oil, NO MAYO, but added everything else. Absolutely delicious.

                            • AwesomeArugula123541

                              AwesomeArugula123541 3 years ago

                              Wow delicious!! I don’t normally ate tuna and i hate avocado but i tried this anyway and it was so delicious will make this again!

                              • NoSnoBird

                                NoSnoBird 3 years ago

                                I didn’t like at all. I’ll use mayonnaise in my tuna salad. In fact eating it straight out of the can would taste better to me. That said, I love avocado and egg salad

                                • AmazingMacadamia192422

                                  AmazingMacadamia192422 3 years ago

                                  Ummm DELISH !!!

                                  • Zepia

                                    Zepia 3 years ago

                                    Wow! I’m amazed on how delish this simple and easy dish is. I will definitely be making this again and again. Thanks for the recipe.

                                    • kelmulh5383

                                      kelmulh5383 3 years ago

                                      I think I found my go lunch! I've never put avocado in tuna, its delicious! And super easy!

                                      • Linda52580

                                        Linda52580 3 years ago

                                        Try it with a keto parmesan wrap and you still only have 1.1 net carbs!