KETO DIET Keto Dinner Ideas

Keto Tuna Melt Stuffed Tomatoes

Keto Tuna Melt Stuffed Tomatoes. Try this! Into a cored tomato, a creamy and savory tuna mix stuffed. Bake and you have an incredible light lunch/dinner in no time.

You might enjoy this keto strawberry mousse as a dessert if you follow the Ketogenic diet. Or try my air fryer cloud bread chips or pizza chicken if you crave savory .

Keto Tuna Melt

Such a delicious Keto sandwich option, this Keto Tuna Melt Stuffed Tomatoes, you are not going to miss the bread at all! With their Keto diet, I have so many friends that are having such huge success . It is possible to achieve your weight loss goals safely since the keto diet is a diet that has low amounts of carbohydrates, high fats, and moderate protein.

What Are The Best Tomatoes To Use

Reach for a medium to large style tomato. Hothouse/beefsteak tomatoes are great.

 

Make sure the tomatoes look and feel good. On the skin, being extra soft, or any other markers, look for wrinkles .

Do Stuffed Tomatoes Store Well

When served fresh from the oven, stuffed tomatoes are best . You will find that if refrigerated, tomatoes will become extra soggy .

 

Just know the texture will change but they can be stored in the fridge.

Could I Swap Out Tuna With Chicken

Not a big fan of tuna? To mix up some shredded chicken, feel free . You cook the chicken first and then shred or dice, you will want to ensure.
Sometimes so my family has a choice on what they want, I do a mix of both .
So try this easy keto tuna recipe a try and don’t wait. It is essential ingredients are needed, easy, and affordable.

Ingredients

  • 3-4 large Tomatoes
  • 2 cans Tuna, drained
  • ½ cup diced cucumbers or pickles*
  • 6 ounces cream cheese
  • ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • Optional- dried parsley
  • Salt and pepper to taste*

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Dry the tomatoes after washing them. Scoops out insides after cutting tops off of tomatoes .
  3. Add the cream cheese in a bowl and beat until it gets fluffy.
  4. Add the cucumbers/pickles and tuna and fold in gently.
  5. With salt and pepper, sprinkle and taste. Adjust to preference.
  6. In a shallow baking dish, place tomatoes.
  7. Gently with tuna mixture, fill tomatoes .
  8. With equal amount of cheese, top each tomato .
  9. Until tomatoes appear soft, bake for EIGHTEEN minutes.

Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving:
CALORIES: 294
SATURATED FAT: 11g
CHOLESTEROL: 92mg
SODIUM: 439mg
CARBOHYDRATES: 5g
FIBER: 1g
SUGAR: 4g
PROTEIN: 23g

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