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Carrot and Tuna Bites

Rated as 4.38 out of 5 Stars

"This is a quick and easy snack that is both healthy and tasty. Simply prepare tuna the way you like it, cut a large carrot into thin slices, and use the carrot like you would use a cracker. Then... enjoy!"
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servings 72
Original recipe yields 4 servings (12 carrot bites)


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  1. Arrange slices of carrot on a plate or serving tray. In a small bowl, mix together the tuna, green onions and mayonnaise. Spoon some onto each slice of carrot and serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 72 calories; 3.1 2.7 8.4 11 50 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

loved it. add a dash of soy sauce and this recipe will be the best and cheapest alternative to sushi.

Most helpful critical review

There wasn't enough mayonnaise and there was WAY too much green onion. Won't make this again.

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loved it. add a dash of soy sauce and this recipe will be the best and cheapest alternative to sushi.

This was a great lunch! Really smart. I actually used those pre-sliced "carrot chips" and kind of goosed up my canned tuna with a couple chopped dill pickles, a little garlic power/onion powder ...

This is a great idea! I added pepper and instead of all mayo, used a combo of mayo and dijon mustard to add the the tuna.

My carrots weren't really fat enough so I cut it length wise and arranged them around the bowl with the tuna as a dip. I'm always on the lookout for substitute for gluten products. This is great...

These were great! I am watching my weight at the moment, so I loved these. I added a dash of soy sauce as someone suggested and I also sprinkled some garlic & chilli mix in. The tuna I used had ...

Top with a caper, an olive slice or a little pickle relish for a garnish

Easy and delicious. I threw some onion and celery into the food processor along with tuna & mayo. I dusted with some dried dill before serving.

simple, quick, healthy, and cute!!!

Great idea!! I've used cucumber slices before, but the carrot is much sturdier - and has a nicer crunch. These are so delicious and addictive!