Swimsuit-Friendly Recipes Under 500 Calories

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Swimsuit-Friendly Recipes Under 500 Calories

With summer just around the corner, people will be grilling more, going to the beach (or the neighborhood pool), and enjoying picnics outside. While you are planning your summertime meals, consider these healthy and tasty seafood recipes.

Hamburger Alternatives
Making hamburgers is considered a staple of summer, but hamburgers are often high in calories and fat. Chicken of the Sea offers these two recipes as healthier options and they can be made on the grill using a grill-safe pan.

Chicken of the Sea Cajun Tuna Burgers
With just 417 calories per serving, this is a healthy alternative to a regular hamburger. If you want an even healthier burger, ditch the bun and serve the burger on a piece of lettuce.

Chicken of the Sea Sammie Burgers
Weighing in at less than 300 calories per serving, these salmon burgers are another great option.

Summer Side Dishes
Give your summer side dishes some variety beyond the typical pasta and potato salads.

Chicken of the Sea Chunky Tuna Potato Salad
With red potatoes, cucumbers and tuna, this recipe is a unique twist on an all-American classic, and has only 105 calories per serving. It is also delicious with salmon, crab, shrimp or mackerel.

Chicken of the Sea Country Dijon Tuna Pasta Salad
This refreshing dish uses low-fat plain yogurt, instead of mayonnaise, to keep it healthy. It has 213 calories per serving.

Picnic Favorites
Summertime provides many chances for people to pack up a meal and head outside, whether to catch an outdoor concert, Fourth of July fireworks or simply enjoy the sunset. Here are a couple of our favorite sandwiches for picnics:

Chicken of the Sea Avocado Tuna Sandwich
This tasty sandwich uses mashed avocado instead of mayonnaise, and has just 370 calories per serving.

Chicken of the Sea Alaskan Salmon Ciabatta Sandwiches
Unbelievably rich and delicious, this sandwich is easy to make and has just 460 calories. We suggest wrapping it in aluminum foil before placing it in your picnic basket.

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