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Tuna Noodle Salad

This is super easy, quick, and perfect for the family or to take as a side item.

As this is exactly here, it is not "free" of anything (except dairy). I personally don't really like a crunch in my tuna salad. Easy add-ins would be celery or red onion. I use spices instead.


1 box elbow pasta 13.25 oz (Dreamfields)

1 bag of frozen peas, thawed

3 cans tuna (drained, preferable wild-caught, packed in water)

3 hard-boiled eggs

1 jar (12 oz) Primal Kitchen mayonnaise

1 tbsp onion salt

1 tbsp celery seed

1 tbsp hemp seeds (can leave out)

1 tsp pepper

2 tbsp chives

2 tbsp pickle juice

Primal kitchen is dairy free and approved for Whole 30, Keto, or Paleo meals

Tuna hits the dairy-free, gluten-free, keto, whole 30, paleo

Eggs: dairy-free, gluten-free, keto, whole 30, paleo,


Gluten-free: switch out the pasta

Keto: the peas are a no-no, could use riced broccoli

Paleo: Pasta would have to be spaghetti squash, zucchini, sweet potato, eggplant, carrot, “flour” such as almond, arrowroot or tapioca.

Whole 30: no pasta, maybe a spaghetti squash noodle

Vegan: the tuna is a no, eliminate the egg

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