This basic garlic hummus is perfect with chopped vegetables, pita chips or on your favorite sandwich. It’s so easy to make (it took only 5 minutes!)
I used to love tuna nicoise salads, and this is a wonderful alternative. If you prepare the mock tuna, potatoes and dressing on a Sunday and store in glass or tupperware, you can bring this to work for lunches.
This is the lighter version of the mock tuna salad. While I don’t typically count calories, this sandwich only has 295 calories so it’s perfect to pair with a vegetable soup or another side dish. It also makes a great snack spread onto crackers. It’s soy and gluten-free too for all of those with food allergies/intolerances. I will be posting a heartier version in the coming weeks for a tuna melt and also a nicoise salad 🙂