Our most trusted Tuna Salad With Grapes recipes. A fresh and healthy tuna salad recipe made with nonfat Greek yogurt, celery, apples, grapes, and walnuts and served open-faced on whole grain bread (235 calories or 4 WW points). Mix well and serve on lettuce leaf. Number of Servings: 1 … Add celery, grapes and shallot, and stir by hand to combine. I dress up tuna salad deliciously with apple, raisins, dates and walnuts, then I drizzle it all with a tangy yogurt dressing. Serves one. At first I was like, that is A LOT of celery, but I went with it. The flavors are more subtle/sophisticated than your typical tuna salad, which I never got the hang of making anyway. Ingredients. Confession: I don’t eat raw celery. Tuna salad sandwiches are a lunchtime mainstay but they can pack a lot of calories when made with traditional mayo. 1 small bunch of red grapes; 1 small bunch of white grapes; 2 cans tuna I made it as written. Grapes + tuna started sounding real good sometime in the late morning yesterday and eventually my thought process led to a healthified waldorf salad except with tuna instead of the usual chicken. Cooked celery is great, but raw celery makes my throat terribly itchy and inflamed. Reviewed by millions of home cooks. Your choice! Love this tuna salad. Add the walnuts pieces, grapes, and mayonnaise. It can also be delicious when placed on a sandwich! This tuna salad is a healthy spin on the classic salad with tuna and an easy lunch made in minutes. ). Open tuna packet and empty into a small mixing bowl. I kid you not. Place clean greens on a plate, and pile tuna salad atop, or make a sandwich out of this by toasting bread and packing the tuna salad between slices of bread. (Oral allergy syndrome is a dietitian’s worst nightmare! Serves 4. Here’s something I’d love to know…why do they make cans of both chicken and tuna but only packets of tuna and not chicken? Such a good call – the crunch really is delightful and I can taste the celery (in a good way). —Shirley Glaab, Hattiesburg, Mississippi Tuna salad with grapes… my favorite unconventional way to reap the benefits of seafood! The mayo to yogurt ratio in this salad is about 1:3 making it a pretty healthy version of a waldorf.