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Guest BluSpringsGal

Someone in my WW meeting talked about Tuna Muffins. She loves them but couldn't remember the recipe. It has tuna, Stove Top dressing mix, a cream soup and not sure what else. You bake them in a muffin pan.

Does anyone have this recipe?

Jo

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Guest HappyBunny

Here is something similar. I guess you could try it in muffin tins. I really liked them.

Tuna Patties

1 box Stove Top Stuffing, any flavor (Savory Herb is great)

2 (6-oz) cans of Tuna in water, drained and flaked

1 c. 2% Reduced Fat cheddar cheese

1/3 c. reduced calorie mayo

1/2 c. Vegetables of your choice (good choice is 1/4 c. onion and 1/4 c. shredded carrots or zucchini)

3/4 c. water

Mix together dry stuffing mix, tuna, cheese, mayo, veggies and water. Refrigerate for 10 minutes to allow the mixture to firm up. Heat large non-stick skillet over medium heat and spray with cooking spray. Take 1/3 c. of mixture and form into a small patty. Cook patties in batches of 4 or 5 for 4-5 minutes on each side. Serve alone, or atop a small hamburger bun or on a toasted English muffin.Makes 12 patties at 2 points each or Core + 1-Point.

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Guest metalchick

yummy! i'll definitely be making this one!

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These sound perfect to take for lunch at work - YUMMY!!

Thanks for the recipe.

Gina


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I just got back from the store to get the ingredients that I dnd't have... I thought these would be great for my late day protien snack. Anyway, I'm gonna make them up for this week... I'm sure they'll be great.

 

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These are absolutly Wonderful! My son and husband both loved them as well. I made up a batch to keep in the fridge for my late day snack when I get home from work. They are perfect with a little hot sauce on them.

 

Thanks again!

Lara


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I bet these would also be great with the canned chicken breast I buy at Sam's! I pack hubby a week's worth of food at a time (he's an longhaul driver) These would be wonderful for him too!


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Guest BluSpringsGal

Thanks so much for the recipe. I will be making them soon. I think they would be good made with chicken also.

They will be convenient to bring in my lunch.

Jo

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At first I thought this sounded weird, but after re-reading the recipe, that would definitely be a GREAT afternoon protein snack! Must add the ingredients to my list...


Heidi

 

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bumping.....:salut


Lori

start 208

current 193

goal ww 158

goal personal 148

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Are these kind of like a tuna version of a crab cake?


Darci :wave:

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Started WW 4/18/05~~60+ pounds gone 11/15/06~~trouble maintaining, back on program 10/14/07

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Here is something similar. I guess you could try it in muffin tins. I really liked them.

Tuna Patties

1 box Stove Top Stuffing, any flavor (Savory Herb is great)

2 (6-oz) cans of Tuna in water, drained and flaked

1 c. 2% Reduced Fat cheddar cheese

1/3 c. reduced calorie mayo

1/2 c. Vegetables of your choice (good choice is 1/4 c. onion and 1/4 c. shredded carrots or zucchini)

3/4 c. water

Mix together dry stuffing mix, tuna, cheese, mayo, veggies and water. Refrigerate for 10 minutes to allow the mixture to firm up. Heat large non-stick skillet over medium heat and spray with cooking spray. Take 1/3 c. of mixture and form into a small patty. Cook patties in batches of 4 or 5 for 4-5 minutes on each side. Serve alone, or atop a small hamburger bun or on a toasted English muffin.Makes 12 patties at 2 points each or Core + 1-Point.

I made these this weekend and they actually turned out really good even my hubby keeps heating them up. They stay together very well I dont even need a bun, just been takin them in my lunch.


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Guest Hailey

This sounds great, thanks for posting!

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Anyone ever try this recipe with canned crab meat instead?

 

I have several co-workers who LOVE this tuna patty recipe and it's a regular meal in their homes. Unfortunately I just can't bring myself to like the taste of tuna so I think I'll give it a try with crab instead.


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