Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Loaded Tuna Casserole Flatbread + $50 Target GC Giveaway



Dirty secret time!  I'm a huge tuna casserole fan.  I grew up eating the tuna casserole my mom used to make.  You know the one, made with condensed mushroom soup and potato chips on top?  That I haven't had in years because its completely bad for you and most processed foods contain soy, my mortal enemy.

So when Flatout Bread said they were sending me some tuna and flatouts, it was the first thing that popped into my head!  There had to be a way to make a baked tuna casserole tasting flatout loaded with veggies.  You're gonna love this recipe.  It's easy to make, healthy and filling all at once.

Now through October 14th if you buy Flatout bread at Super Target you'll get a free pouch of StarKist tuna!  It's the perfect reason to give my recipe a try.  :)  You'll be glad you did.

Loaded Tuna Casserole Flat bread

1 (8 oz.) package mushrooms, sliced
1 carrot, shredded
2 large kale leaves, stem removed and thinly sliced
1/2 cup jicama, peeled and diced
2 tablespoons diced onion
1 tablespoon coconut oil
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup whole milk
9 slices mozzarella cheese
3 Rustic White Artisan Pizza Flatout breads
1-2 pouches Ranch StarKist Tuna

Prep all veggies first.  Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  In a large non-stick skillet on medium heat, melt coconut oil.  When liquid add mushrooms and cook, stirring occasionally until they release their juices; then add kale, stir frequently until kale wilts then add shredded carrots and cook 1-2 minutes more.  Remove from heat.

Meanwhile, melt butter in medium saucepan on medium low heat.  Add onion and cook until softened, whisk in flour and continue to whisk for about a minute.  While whisking slowly pour in milk, keep an eye on it and whisk occasionally until mixture boils and thickens.  Remove from heat and stir in veggie mixture.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

Place three flat breads on a baking sheet, spread evenly with veggie mixture.  Sprinkle with diced jicama and ranch tuna.  Top with mozzarella slices, bake for 10 minutes until cheese is bubbly.  Serve while still warm.

GIVEAWAY!!

On to the giveaway!  One lucky Rosie Discovers reader will win a $50 Target Gift card!  To enter use the rafflecopter form.  Contest runs from October 8th to October 16th, that way you'll have time to pick up some Flatout Bread and free StarKist at a Super Target near you.  :)

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50 comments:

  1. I would make a tuna fish salad and use the Flatout bread as "crackers" to scoop it up with.

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  2. Creative? I think you used up all the creativity possible wiht that one, yum! What about a warm dip and toasting the flatbread to make crisps to dip into it?

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    1. Michelle, I did try! I swear it tastes just like tuna casserole with none of the guilt.

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  3. Hmmm... I don't like tuna so I'd give it to my hubby... or my cats.. then I'd make bruschetta with the bread :)

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  4. I would make wraps with tuna, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and Ranch dressing!

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  5. I'd make an open faced tuna melt with garden fresh tomatoes. Great. Now I'm hungry.

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  6. I'd make a tuna salad with lots of fresh, lettuce and tomatoes.

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  7. a tuna casserole with croutons made out of the flat bread

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  8. I would make a tuna melt with smoked cheddar cheese, on ciabatta bread!

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  9. I like making a basic tuna salad and putting it on the Foldits

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  10. I would make a wrap by spreading cream cheese on a Flat-out Foldit, then add thinly sliced cucumbers, the tuna and Lawry's Seasoned Salt.

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  11. Not usually a fan of canned tuna but I might just try this one out!

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  12. I would definitely toast it in the oven with cheese on it! Yum :)

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  13. I'd make a spicy tuna sandwich with jalapenos and sriacha!

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  14. Hmmm...maybe a deviled tuna salad with avocado and some herbs from the garden.

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  15. I would make a tuna salad wrap

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  16. i would make a tuna, avocado, and salsa flatout wrap

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  17. I would make a flatbread tuna melt with cheddar, lettuce and tomatoes.
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  18. Well, I cannot think of anything better than what you came up with! That sounds delicious.

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  19. I would make a flat bread tuna sandwich with lettuce, tomatoes and mayo.

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  20. I would make a tuna melt wrap with avocado and pepper jack cheese

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  21. I would make a tuna salad sandwich with cheese on flatbread!

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  22. I would make a tuna wrap with avocado, tomato and bacon.

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  23. I would spread cooked sweet potatoes with some seasoning on the flatbread, and sprinkle the tuna on top with some greek yogurt.

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  24. Heather Hayes PanjonOctober 10, 2013 at 10:59 AM

    I'd Make A Tuna Melt!

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  25. I'd put a tuna salad with grapes and walnuts on the flatbread...yum!

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  26. Tuna salad wraps! Add in a little lettuce and tomato. Mmm..

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  27. Oh I would make it like this and add some avacado and blue cheese!!! Mmmmmm

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  28. Struggling to think of anything creative! I would probably add some spinach and make a panini.

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  29. A tuna melt sandwich -- cheddar cheese and apples on the side!

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  30. I think this would be good with spaghetti squash!

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  31. I'd make a tuna salad and use the bread to make crispy topping!

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  32. I would make a tuna melt! yumm-o. sorry I'm not to creative lol

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  33. What a fun blog! Maybe I'll give this recipe a try!

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  34. I would make tuna melt sandwiches with avocado and mozzarella cheese
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  35. I would make a tuna salad with lettuce, miracle whip :), diced tomatoes

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  36. i'd make some tuna salad, then spread it on flackers (my favorite cracker!)

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  37. Not so creative, but I love tuna melts. Might have to sub flatbread for the sandwich bread.

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  38. I would make a curried tuna salad melt! yum!

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  39. I am not creative in the kitchen - I am a good cook, maybe even an excellent cook, but I have to follow a recipe. I love tuna salad - maybe I would have it on a flatout with cheese melted on top.

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  40. I like tuna salad with any crackers or bread.

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  41. I would make a tuna, spinach and artichoke appy with the flatout bread - your bread !looks amazing!

    Sarah Muennix

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  42. a tuna melt with bread and butter pickles :)

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  43. I would make a spicy tuna pizza
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