Quick and easy Tuna Salad Avocado Bowl recipe that’s high in fat, protein, and flavor! It has everything for your lunch that’ll keep you full and satisfied.
If you haven’t tried an avocado bowl recipe, this is your sign to do so asap! One of our most popular tuna bowl recipes that’s simple and comes together quickly.
Avocados are high in heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids and tuna is high in protein, which makes this the ultimate low carb meal!
What is an Avocado Bowl?
This canned tuna bowl made with tuna, mayonnaise, avocado, and furikake is an easy lunch that’s not only healthy but also low carb and keto friendly. A tuna salad bowl made right in the avocado shell.
How to serve an avocado bowl?
You can serve the tuna salad bowl right in the avocado shell or on your desired dish.
Does an avocado bowl make a good healthy snack?
Avocado bowls are heart-healthy bowls filled with good fats and omega 3’s.
What are the health benefits of avocado?
Avocados are a superfood! They are low carb and very nutrient-dense containing over 20 different vitamins and minerals. The health benefits are endless!
Avocados contain healthy fats that can fuel you throughout the day and keep you feeling full and regulate your appetite.
Is an avocado bowl a healthy way to eat avocado?
Avocado bowls are a hearty and filling way to enjoy avocado. The additional tuna and added seasonings make for a savory and filling meal.
What ingredients do I need and how do you make a tuna salad avocado bowl?
- Canned Tuna – in water and drained.
- Avocado – ripe avocado works best.
- Kewpie Mayo – Japanese mayo that is richer and sweeter than American mayonnaise. You can substitute with American mayonnaise while altering the taste slightly.
- Soy Sauce – low sodium is preferred. For gluten free you can use tamari or coconut aminos.
- Furikake – (optional) a Japanese seasoning made from seaweed, sesame seeds, salt and sugar.
- Togarashi – (optional) Japanese red pepper if you prefer a kick.
Mix together tuna, Kewpie Mayo, Soy Sauce, and optional Furikake in a mixing bowl. Then mix in cut avocado gently just enough to combine. Fill tuna mix in avocado shell and top with optional togarashi. Enjoy!
Avocado bowl tips?
You can also add other mix-ins into your avocado bowl such as:
- Feta Cheese
- Lemon Juice
- Green Onions
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Red Onions
- Hard-Boiled Egg
- Salmon (lox)
How do I speed up avocado ripening?
I recommend placing the avocado in a brown paper bag along with an apple or banana for a couple of days. This will speed up the ripening process.
What is the nutrition information for this avocado tuna bowl recipe?
- 168 Calories
- 1g Carbohydrates
- 1g Fiber
- 14g Protein
- 11g Fat
- 46mg Cholesterol
- 478mg Sodium
- 127mg Potassium
- 12mg Calcium
- 1mg Iron
- 77ui Vitamin A
- 12mg Vitamin C
Looking for other avocado recipes?
- Chaffle Avocado Toast
- Avocado Crab Bowl
- Spicy Tuna Avocado
- Wasabi Avocado Salad
- Japanese Style Avocado Salad
Now, let’s get making this Tuna Salad Avocado Bowl recipe!
- Prepping Time 5M
- Total Time 5M
- Net Carb/Serv ~2.5g
- Servings 2
- 5 oz Canned Tuna in Water Drained
- 1 Whole Avocado
- 2 tbsp Kewpie Mayo (can sub with America mayo but will alter flavor)
- 1/2 tsp Soy Sauce
- 2 tsp Furikake (optional)
- 1/8 tsp Togarashi (optional)
1) Gather all the ingredients.
2) Cut avocado into cubes and set aside. Here is how we cut our avocados if you’re interested. Make sure to save avocado shell for the bowls.
3) Open tuna can and drain out water.
4) Mix together tuna, Kewpie Mayo, Soy Sauce, and optional Furikake in a mixing bowl.
5) Mix in avocados gently enough to just combine. You still want the avocado to be chunky, not mashed.
6) Fill the tuna avocado mix in the empty avocado shells and top with optional Togarashi.
Hope you enjoy your Tuna Salad Avocado Bowl!
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Tuna Salad Avocado Bowl
- 5 oz Canned Tuna
- 1 Whole Avocado
- 2 tbsp Kewpie Mayo can sub with America mayo but will alter flavor
- 1/2 tsp Soy Sauce
- 2 tsp Furikake optional
- 1/8 tsp Togarashi optional
- Gather all the ingredients.
- Cut avocado into cubes and set aside. Here is how we cut our avocados if you're interested. Make sure to save avocado shell for the bowls.
- Open tuna can and drain out water.
- Mix together tuna, Kewpie Mayo, Soy Sauce, and optional Furikake in a mixing bowl.
- Mix in avocados gently enough to just combine. You still want the avocado to be chunky, not mashed.
- Fill the tuna avocado mix in the empty avocado shells and top with optional Togarashi.
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