Avocado Tuna Salad

This Avocado Tuna Salad is a quickly made easy lunch meal that will become a lunch favorite in no time. This nutritious lunch meal will surely please you and your entire family!

It takes me less than 10 minutes to create this fresh salad, and it would take less than 5 minutes if I had the tuna mixed up ahead of time! It’s an excellent keto dish to keep on hand for days when you need a fast lunch. Don’t get too caught up in the specifics since this is a nutritious and flavorful dish. Don’t be put off by the sophisticated appearance. Everything will taste just as wonderful if you just put all of the ingredients in a dish.

Without the use of mayo, the avocado adds a creamy texture to this tuna salad dish. It may well become your new favorite tuna salad, thanks to the lemon juice and cilantro that give it such a fresh flavor. This healthy tuna salad with avocado is for you if you can’t eat eggs due to dietary constraints or just want to eat more avocados. There is no mayo in the avocado tuna salad, therefore no eggs are used. It’s also been kid-approved and tested.

Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 cans of light flaked tuna
  • 1 big avocado, ripe
  • 1 cup celery, chopped
  • 1 cup red onion, chopped
  • 1 red apple, peeled and chopped
  • ¼ cup boiled corn
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon juice (water can also be used)
  • 1 tsp. dill (dried)
  • ½ teaspoon mustard
  • 1 tbsp. cumin
  • Season with salt and pepper as per taste
  • Cilantro (optional)


  • Mash avocado using the vegetable mixer in a large mixing basin.
  • Combine the tuna, celery, red onion, apple, and corns in a mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly.
  • Combine the lemon juice, dried dill, Dijon, cumin, and salt and pepper in a mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly. Sprinkle
  • Spread over toast.

  • Add to a wrap.

  • Or enjoy on its own.
  • Keeps for up to a week in the refrigerator.

Some Exciting Variations

Tomatoes: The sweetness of fresh tomatoes complements the simplicity of tuna salad nicely. To keep tuna salad from being watery, use smaller ones that aren’t too watery, or remove the watery insides first.

Eggs: Adding diced eggs to a healthy tuna salad with avocado can boost the creaminess.

Bacon: One of my all-time favorite ingredients. Make bacon in the oven to avoid getting splattered with oil. To make a treat, crumble the bacon and put it into the avocado tuna salad.

Cucumbers: I like to throw in this salad a few chopped cucumbers since they are so light and refreshing.

Seasonings: For an anti-inflammatory boost, try Italian spice, paprika, or even turmeric.

Important Tips

This Avocado Tuna salad should be eaten within 3 hours of adding the salt; otherwise, it may lose its freshness. To make the salad ahead of time, mix all of the ingredients except the salt in a mixing bowl, cover, and chill. Just before serving, season it with salt.

However, if you want it to keep fresh for a longer amount of time, lemon juice can be added. If you’re cooking it ahead of time, you may try adding a little more lime juice to assist reduce browning. However, it will only last a few days.

The avocado should be ripe and simple to mash with a fork because it is replacing mayonnaise. When gently squeezing an avocado, look for one that has some give.

Also, because mayonnaise is salty and avocados aren’t, you’ll need to season this salad with more salt and pepper than you may think.

How to Serve Avocado Tuna Salad?

Avocado tuna salad can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, all of which are delicious. Here are a few delectable suggestions:

  • You can make bread at a 90-degree angle. This is the quickest method to make a low-carb tuna salad sandwich.

  • It’s also a good idea to serve it with low-carb Paleo Tortilla Chips, which are ideal for dipping.
  • Use low-carb cauliflower tortillas or paleo tortillas with tapioca flour for a paleo but not a low-carb alternative.
  • Avocado tuna salad with simple Paleo Keto bread is a delicious combo. For a traditional avocado tuna sandwich, I like my go-to low-carb white bread recipe.


So much flavor and juiciness!!! Make this avocado tuna salad at your next party, and your guests will be raving about it. I hope you enjoy it so much that it becomes one of your new favorites.

SeaFoodTasty Staff

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