I remember my Mom making these Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes when I was a kid. And I still love them because not only are they delicious, they are super easy, no cook, quick and Weight Watchers friendly at only 2 WW points on my plan!
I grew up on a lot of Weight Watchers and "light" recipes because my Mom cooked healthy food and followed the WW program herself for many years. Honestly, it was just normal healthy eating to me and I never thought much of it. These Stuffed Tomatoes are great anytime of the year, but especially when fresh tomatoes are in season! They make a great quick lunch for home or work or a healthy dinner.
Sometimes my kids complain about eating Weight Watchers recipes, but they also love many of them. And they don't even realize they are eating a WW recipe half the time anyways. And of course I don't tell them until AFTER they tell me how much they love it. I've lightened up a few of my regular recipes to make them WW friendly and my kids actually like my WW Butter Chicken , WW Creamy Lemon Pasta and WW Blueberry Cornbread better than the original! Seriously, these recipes are so good you'd never even know they are Weight Watchers friendly.
These tomatoes stuffed with tuna only need a few ingredients:
- fresh tomatoes
- canned tuna
- green onion
Cut top off the top of each tomato with a small paring knife (same way you'd hull a strawberry)
Scoop insides from tomatoes (leaving about a ¼ inch shell) and set aside insides of the tomato (tomato pulp) in a small bowl.
In a large bowl, combine tuna, mayonnaise, chopped celery, green onions, pickles and tomato insides together.
Spoon tuna mixture back into tomatoes, dividing evenly between all tomatoes.
You will need a cutting board, a small bowl, a spoon, a sharp knife for this tomatoes recipe.
👪 Serving Size
This easy recipe makes 6 servings. However, you can half, double or triple the recipe by clicking on the blue serving number and selecting the number of servings you'd like. The ingredient quantities will automatically adjust.
This stuffed tomatoes recipe is ww recipe and 2 WW points on my plan. I get fruits and vegetables a zero points and I get extra points for veggies. Build it in the app to see how many points it is on your plan.
🥗What to serve with tuna stuffed tomatoes
If you want to keep it low WW points, serve it with
- Cloud bread (shown below)
- Quick Cucumber Kimchi
- Add crackers, cheese, fruit and chocolate yogurt for an easy packed lunch!
You can store leftover stuffed tuna tomatoes in an airtight container for up to 2 days. However, I do not recommend you make them more than a day in advance. This recipe does not stand up to freezing.
These Gluten-free, low-carb Stuffed Tomatoes with Tuna are also portable so they make a great easy lunch on the go! Pack them for yourself or your kids! They are healthy and loaded with protein.
🥫 Canned Tuna Benefits
Canned Tuna is such a great source of protein, but it's also economical, easy and makes for quick and healthy meals. Tuna provides an important dietary source of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids needed for good heart health, brain function and normal growth and development. Canned tuna is also good source of selenium, Vitamin D and is low in fat. You can read more about the benefits of canned tuna HERE.
📋Weight Watchers Tuna Recipes
I would also recommend you try my Open faced Tuna Melts and my Mexican Tuna Melts (shown) for a quick and easy lunch or dinner! When it's hot this summer, they can both be made in the toaster and microwave, instead of the oven!
So if you are looking for a delicious, healthy easy, quick and Weight Watchers friendly lunch, you'll love these Tuna Salad Stuffed Tomatoes!
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🍅 Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe
- 6 tomatoes
- 2 -170 g -cans flaked light tuna
- 1.5 tablespoon low-fat mayonnaise * I used Helmanns
- ¼ cup chopped celery
- 2 dill pickles, chopped
- 2 green onions, chopped
- additional green onions, choppped
- lettuce leaves and sliced cucumber (optional)
- Cut top off tomatoes with a small paring knife.
- (the same way you'd hull a strawberry) Discard tops.
- Scoop insides from tomatoes (leaving about a ¼ inch shell) and set aside insides of tomato in a small bowl.
- Mix tuna, mayonnaise, chopped celery, green onions, pickles, tomato insides together.
- Stuff mixture back into tomato, dividing evenly between all tomatoes.
- Garnish with green onions and serve on a bed of lettuce, with sliced cucumbers, if desired.