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CANADA-DISCO19 Posts: 163
1/27/12 12:15 P

That sounds yummy!!!

BETZYGIRL Posts: 753
1/8/12 4:36 P

Sounds good to me! I'm going to have to see if I can find chipotle canned tuna:)

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1/6/12 6:48 P

My problem is that I love food, I love eating and, although I don't eat a lot (I eat very small portions), I can't say no to certain things. So, the trick is actually finding stuff that you love, full of flavor and that they are actually good for you.

So, here's something for you to try. I'm not sure how easy it is to find Chipotle Tuna cans in the US, but if you have a store that carries Mexican items, I'm pretty sure you'll find it.
It's easy, it's fast and it's yummy!

OK, so, this is calculated for 4 servings.

Ingredients:
1 can of chipotle tuna
1 8oz. fat free philadelphia cream cheese
1 teaspoon of black sesame seeds
optional: 8 Wheat thin crackers per serving

1. Mix with a food processor the tuna and the cream cheese, until it's velvety
2. Put in a nice small bowl
3. Sprinkle the sesame seeds
4. Add the crackers to the side
5. Enjoy with 3 friends

Nutritional value per serving (4 servings):
126 Calories emoticon
3gr Fat (most of it is good fat from the tuna)
10mg Cholesterol (about 4% of your daily intake)
400mg Sodium (about 16% of your daily intake) emoticon
2gr Carbs
16gr Protein emoticon :)

If you add the 8 crackers then it would be:
196 Calories
6gr Fat
10mg Cholesterol
540mg Sodium
13gr Carbs
17gr Protein
1gr Fiber

Let me know what you think, I just started here. Cheers!

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