Renee's Kitchen Adventures

Friday, March 14, 2014

Tuna Nicoise Sandwich with Sandwich Thins® and a Giveaway!!

Healthy tuna mixed with semi-traditional Nicoise salad ingredients in a sandwich, is the perfect lunch or light dinner during lent or anytime of the year.  Made even better when you use Brownberry®, Arnold®, Oroweat® sandwich thins!





When I was asked to do a review for Brownberry®/Oroweat®/Arnold® and Thomas® Weight Watchers endorsed bread products, Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins®, and Bagel Thins®, I jumped at the opportunity. (Disclosure: Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ® provided me with coupons for free product and a gift card for my recipe ingredients. All opinions expressed in this honest review are mine.)  I have been buying these products since I began Weight Watchers several years ago.  I love that they are ALL only 3PP each which makes them easy to fit into the WW lifestyle. Did I mention that they also all TASTE GREAT??

All Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Sandwich Thins® Rolls are cholesterol-free foods, containing zero grams of Trans Fat and no high fructose corn syrup. They are available in 100% Whole Wheat, Healthy Multi-grain, Honey Wheat, Flax & Fiber. For my review, I decided to make the Weight Watchers recipe for Tuna Nicoise Sandwich with the Multi-grain Sandwich Thins®.  This tuna sandwich not only sounded great to me, but all this goodness for only 6PP, sounded even better!  I was not disappointed!

Renee's Kitchen Adventures:  Tuna Nicoise Sandwich with Sandwich Thins®  A great meatless diet friendly lunch or light dinner.  #tuna #sandwich #SandwichThins®

I didn't have any light Dijon vinaigrette as called for in the original recipe, but I did have a lemon vinaigrette that I subbed in for the dressing.  I added a tsp. of Dijon mustard to the dressing and it gave wonderful flavor to the tuna.  I also used Kalamata olives in place of the black olives, because I think they are so much more flavorful! I also added the optional 1/2 of a hard boiled egg for an extra point+, because it just isn't nicoise without it!  This combination of flavors was perfect on the Multi-grain Sandwich Thin®.

Give all the varieties of Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins®, and Bagel Thins® a try!  I love the plain Bagel Thin® toasted with a smear of reduced fat cream cheese in the morning or as an afternoon snack and I often take the Multi-grain Pocket Thins and cut them into wedges as dippers for my Homemade Hummus.  You can find ways to enjoy these breads all day long!

For more information and recipe ideas you can visit:
Sandwich Thins® on Facebook and Sandwich Thins® on Weight Watchers
Bagel Thins® on Facebook and Bagel Thins® on Weight Watchers

Tuna Nicoise Sandwich with Sandwich Thins®

Renee's Kitchen Adventures
Published 03/14/2014
Tuna Nicoise Sandwich with Sandwich Thins®

Ingredients

  • 1 Arnold®/Oroweat®/Brownberry® Mult-grain Sandwich Thin®roll
  • 4 oz. canned tuna, packed in water and drained
  • 1 TBS light Dijon vinaigrette dressing (I used lemon + 1 tsp. Dijon mustard)
  • 1 TBS chopped, pitted Kalamata olives
  • 1/2 cup arugula, loosely packed
  • 1/2 small tomato, sliced
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1/2 sliced hard boiled egg, optional (add 1P+)

Instructions

  1. Combine the tuna, dressing and olives
  2. Take one half of the Sandwich Thin® roll and top with the tuna mixture. Top with remaining ingredients and then the other half of the roll.
Yield: 1 serving/sandwich
Prep Time: 00 hrs. 08 mins.
Cook time: 00 hrs. 00 mins.
Total time: 8 mins.
Tags: sandwich, tuna, fish, meatless, SandwichThins®

6 Points+ or 7 Points+ with optional egg
adapted from HERE

Printable Recipe


So now onto the best part!! 

 THE GIVEAWAY! 

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66 comments:

  1. WOW! That sandwich looks delicious! I would totally make this sandwich. I've never tried the product before, so I'll have to look for that, and I hope I win! Renee, your pictures are gorgeous!!!

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  3. Oh I love these Renee. They are so versatile. I like to make bagel pizzas with the bagel thins!

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  4. I'm not even a tuna fan and your photos make me want that sandwich! I bet I would love that sandwich with chicken!

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  5. I would do a tuna or egg salad sandwich or turkey w/cranberry or PBJ or anything kind - Thanks

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  6. Not a big tuna canned tuna fan, but this sandwich could change my mind.

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  7. I'm going to have to look for these; I haven't seen them on the shelves yet. I would use them for turkey, avocado, & tomato sandwiches.

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  8. I think I would make this recipe! It looks so tasty!

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  9. I love tuna, would make tuna sandwich with sandwich thin!

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  10. I would make a lovely chicken salad sandwich with the thin or the pocket.

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  11. I would use the Sandwich Thins for a turkey and cheese sandwich.

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  12. I would make a bacon & cheese burger

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  13. I would make something similar to a tuna melt!

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  14. I would make the chicken salad sandwich thin

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  15. I love. to use sandwich thins for burgers they are just the right amount of bread.

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  16. Visited the site and I would like to try the California English Muffin Burger because I think it is something my whole family would enjoy!

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  17. Id love to make a tuna salad sandwich melt!
    Thanks

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  18. I would make a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich.

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  19. I'd stuff the pocket thin with turkey and spinach.

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  20. I love, love tuna and would do a tuna sandwich :)
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  21. Tuna salad, chicken salad, or egg salad. mommafox1943 at msn dot com

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  22. G'day! How healthy does your sandwich look? YUM! I am hungry for one now!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  23. I would probably make pizza bagels on the Bagel Thins.

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  24. I'd make a falafel pocket with the pocket thins!

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  25. I would make a tuna sandwich on the wheat pocket thins.

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  26. Yum, I would make mini pizzas with the bagel thins.

    jennifer marie

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  27. i would love to make a tuna sandwich! yumm

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  28. I would use the Italian Herb sandwich thins to make a sandwich with salami, provolone, lettuce, onion, tomato, and mayo!

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    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  29. I would make little pizzas with the Bagel Thins.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway!

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  30. I would create a turkey bacon, lettuce, tomato sandwich

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  31. I would make an egg salad sandwich
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  32. I like to create hot sandwiches, so I'd try some sort of melt and toast the thin :) Those babies are so good! I love getting a hearty sandwich without all the extra calories!

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  33. I would make a grilled portobello sandwich.

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  34. I'd make a stuffed pizza pita pocket!

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  35. Sandwich Thins are the only bread product I buy anymore. They make great hamburger buns too. I believe I would splurge and make a crab salad sandwich.

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  36. I'd make a special BLT topped with melted mozzarella cheese - thank you.

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  37. I would make an sunny side up egg on a thin bagel

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  38. I would have salami, cream cheese and pepperoncini on a bagel thin.

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  39. I went to their site and found this recipe I would like to try :Simple Steak Sandwich thanks for the giveaway
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  40. I love pear and melted cheese!

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  41. I would love to make a BLT. thanks for the chance.

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  42. Hi Renee - Thanks for linking up with the Let's Get Real Party this week.

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  43. I'd make a turkey, havarti and avocado sandwich on the bagel thins.

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  44. I would use the Honey Wheat Sandwich Thins to make a turkey, bacon and avocado sandwich.

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  45. I would make a BLT with the Sandwich Thins!

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  46. I love apple and cheddar cheese. Happy St. Patty's Day Renee!

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  47. I would make a lox, cream cheese, tomato and red onion sandwich. Thanks for the giveaway. Kat

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  48. I would make a super veggie sandwich.

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  49. I would make Simple Steak Sandwich

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  50. I would love to make a turkey, ham &cheese with a spicy mustard!

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  51. I would make a yummy egg and bacon breakfast sandwich

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  52. A caprese sandwich would be perfect :)

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  53. Saw a recipe with tuna, gouda and apple slices that looked good.

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  54. I would like to do caprese with real thin tomato, mozzarella, basil and a balsamic oil reduction.

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  55. I would make a ham & cheese sandwich on the Bagel thins

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  56. I would use them to make egg salad or chicken salad sandwiches.

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  57. I would do a breakfast sandwhich.. bacon, eggs and maybe cheese.

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  58. i would make a liverwurst sandwich on a cinnamon raisin bagel thin

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  59. I would make a tuna sandwich with lettuce, tomato, onion and a bit of relish on the everything bagel thins.

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  60. I would make turkey and cheese on a bagel thin!

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  61. I would make a fresh mozzarella and tomato sandwich.
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