I used cheddar cheese soup instead of mushroom soup and added some sliced mushrooms. Calories per serving dropped to about 250
We enjoyed this and I will make it again. I will chop my onions a little smaller as they were still slightly crispy after an hour. I will also add a little salt and pepper. There were a lot of peas, but I enjoy them so it was fine.
Love it, simple and easy I make it all the time
My kids eat ZERO tuna and I do not do the cooking in my house. (Yes, I am a lucky girl!). I cooked this one night when my family was all out and busy and they LOVED it! They didn't even realize it was tuna!
This was good but bland for us. We thought that there were too many peas in this also. I added pepper and salt to this and that helped some. I also added a lot more cheese. I also made this on the stove and then baked it in the oven for 10 minutes topped with more cheese.
I have a recipe that is almost identical to this except it uses 1 cup frozen peas instead of the can. This isn't fancy, but it is super quick and good and not fattening--perfect for a night when you are in a hurry and don't have much in the pantry. It is my winter time standby since I have all these items on hand.
This recipe was pretty bland even with the onion. The low-fat cheese does not melt well. Also, the texture was a little mushy. If I make it again, I might try and add some sliced water chestnuts to improve the texture.
It does not get any easier than this and it's low fat? Amazing! It tasted just as good as the high fat versions. Thanks for this gem of a recipe!
I was searching for a satisfying tuna noodle casserole that was lowfat.I tried this and it is oustanding and could not be any easier.
According to the Recipe Builder, this recipe is 5 POINTS, not 3.Â That being said, we enjoy this recipe and it is very easy to make.Â We use frozen peas rather than canned.