These Open Face Spinach Tuna Melts made with bagel halves are a budget friendly and delicious way to eat seafood that will please the entire family!
We had an amazing family-filled weekend including attending my hometown parade in St. Clair Shores and celebrating my dad’s birthday. Dan and I even had the chance to get away for an afternoon date which included a bike ride and a pit stop at a local brewery. And to end the weekend we had an impromptu barbecue with our neighbors. We literally canoed to their house. What a blast!
But lets not forget that the opportunity and freedom we have to do these things with our family and friends is just a simple reminder of what our nation is all about. Thanks to all who have served or are serving in our armed forces to give us the freedom we have today!
Now after a busy and family fun weekend it’s time to get back to a somewhat regular schedule with simple meals. I often add tuna to add more protein to grilled cheese but this time I decided to top bagel halves and layer them with spinach, tuna and then Colby Jack cheese. This simple lunch or quick dinner meal took about 10 minutes. And I made extra of the tuna mixture to eat with crackers the following day.
Canned tuna is one of the easiest and most budget friendly ways to eat seafood. Canned light tuna is full of protein and contains omega-3s (heart healthy fats). It’s also quite versitile since you can serve it cold or hot and added to casseroles, grilled cheese or even to salads.
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