Tuna & Cheese for Breakfast or Lunch
I keep Food for Life English Muffins in the freezer because I absolutely love them and they don’t upset my tummy. Here I added a couple scoops of tuna, with diced cucumber standing in for celery since I don’t have it around much anymore and some Gruyere cheese melted on top.
As of this writing, Gruyere hasn’t been Monash tested as of yet, but it is a hard cheese very similar to those that get a Green Light and I do well with it. You should give it a try.
Check out our article, Is Cheese Low FODMAP? to be able to assess whether ANY cheese is low FODMAP.
What To Eat Non-Recipe
Toast a low FODMAP English Muffin, top with tuna made with low FODMAP ingredients, add a few slices of hard cheese on top and top under broiler or put in toaster oven. A few pieces of tomato round out this breakfast/lunch/snack.
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4 comments for “What To Eat: Tuna Melt”
Food for Life has several different English muffin products. Is there a particular one that you eat, or any of them?
There are two different gluten-free versions I love. The plain GF and then the Multi-Seed in the green package, which I absolutely adore! I buy and keep them frozen. When I want one, I microwave it briefly, 30 seconds to a minute, to loosen it up. Then I cut in half and toast! They are really good this way although for some reason, just letting them defrost naturally doesn’t yield as good a result. Let us know if you try them and what you think. They are a really great GF product in that they have some heft, and chew, which is missing from so many GF breads.
I take it Food for Life muffins are only available in the US
They are a US product. Try contacting their customer service to see whether there are any ways to obtain near you.
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