10/9/13

#FlatoutStarKist #Recipes and Target $50 Gift Card Giveaway

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
From September 23 to October 14, 2013, head to your local Super Target to buy Flatout Flatbread because when you do, you’ll get a FREE pouch of StarKist tuna!
Flatout Flatbread varieties are so much better than sliced bread! They are low in fat, a great source of fiber and of course, unbelievably delicious. Grab some Flatout Flatbread in the bakery section of your local Super Target. Try their FoldIt Flatbread for easy sandwiches or make your own pizza creations with their Thin Crust Artisan Pizza Flatbread. The Flatout Wraps are perfect for mexican dishes, egg breakfasts and quesadillas.
Liven up lunch or dinner your way with StarKist Tuna Creations. They have a huge variety of seasoned tuna flavors, all for 110 calories or less. StarKist Tuna will be in the canned fruit aisle at your Super Target. Spice up your tuna recipes with new flavors like Herb and Garlic, Lemon and Pepper, Ranch, Hickory Smoked, or Sweet and Spicy. These two high-quality products are the perfect pair to have in your kitchen. I've created some Bulleye Meal Creations recipes with Flatout Flatbread and StarKist Tuna Creations to show you how easy it is to make amazing meals your family will love!
 
Flatout Sweet and Spicy StarKist Tuna Salad Sandwich - On a Flatout FoldIt, place one slice of sliced American cheese. In a small bowl, mix one package StarKist Sweet and Spicy Tuna Creations with one tablespoon light mayo. Spoon onto cheese slice. Top with spicy brown mustard and a kosher dill pickle, fold it, and enjoy!
Flatout Hickory Smoked StarKist Tuna Melt - On a Flatout FoldIt, place one slice of American cheese. Scoop 1/2 package of StarKist Hickory Smoked Tuna Creations onto the cheese, then top with another slice of cheese. Don't fold yet! Place in microwave oven for 45 seconds, then fold over and eat!
Flatout Tuna Bacon Pizza - On Flatout Thin Crust Pizza Flatbread, spread 3 tablespoons of tomato sauce to edges. For toppings, crumble cooked bacon and one packet of StarKist Ranch Tuna Creations. Add some Italian seasoning, then sprinkle shredded cheese over the toppings. Bake at 350 degrees F for eight minutes. I made several of these and stored the leftovers for the next meal. It was delicious hot or cold!
The StarKist Tuna Creations are so delicious I've actually been eating them right out of the pouch with a fork. Tuna is a staple in our house for sandwiches, pasta dishes, and so much more. I also really love the versatility of the Flatout Flatbreads. I even used the Thin Crust Pizza Flatbread for a Breakfast Egg Burrito by scrambling two eggs with onion and green peppers, topping with cheese and rolling it all together.
Click HERE for more recipes on the Flatout website. 
You can also follow both companies on Facebook and Twitter for even more meal ideas. 

Don't forget to visit your Super Target to purchase some Flatout Flatbread and get free StarKist Tuna Creations, then enter below to win a $50 Target Gift card to buy even more!

Check out my fabulous dinner recipe HERE for my mouth-watering Mexi-Melt Rollups.
Mexi-Melt Rollups Recipe
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193 comments:

  1. I would mix the tuna with mayonnaise, sliced apples and sultanas the wrap in a Flat Out for a delicious lunch! Sounds like an odd combination but it is delicious.

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  2. i would make a wrap with tuna, lettuce, tomato, avocado and lemon juice, thanks!

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  3. I'd make a tuna salad with pecans and apple chunks, then toast to melt some cheese---maybe provolone. yumm!

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  4. I'd make a delicious tuna and avocado wrap.

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  5. I would make a tuna salad wrap
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  6. I would use it for a simple tuna melt

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  7. I would make those yummy looking roll ups!

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  8. I would put the tuna in the wrap and also add lettuce and mayo and make a delicious lunch!

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  9. I might try a tuna melt.

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  10. I would love to make a Grilled Cheese Tuna flatout with bacon and avocado. mmm!

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  11. I would make tuna and egg salad Flatout Wrap

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  12. I would make a tuna and egg roll up!

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  13. I would make some tuna sandwiches with the Starkist and Flatout.

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  14. i would make tuna/veggie ranch pizza wrap :)

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  15. I would make a tuna salad wrap.
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  16. I probably would make a tuna salad wrap or use the wraps for another wrap like a turkey and sprouts wrap...and save the tuna for a tuna noodle casserole. I really like your Mexi Melt Rollup idea.

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  17. I would make a tuna and avocado wrap.

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  18. Leave a comment below and tell me what would you make with Flatout Flatbreads and StarKist Tuna Creations.

    tuna rolls baby!

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

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  21. Make a tuna salad sandwich!

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  22. I'd like to make a tuna with lettuce, tomatoe and a little cheddar cheese.

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  23. i would make a tuna pizza!

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  24. i would make a delicious tuna melt!

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  25. I would make a wrap with tuna salad

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  26. I would make a tuna salad wrap.

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  27. tuna salad with grapes wrap

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  28. I'd make a tuna melt with jack cheese and tomatoes.

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  29. I would make my mom's tuna salad, shred some lettuce, salsa, and some low fat sour cream and make a tuna taco with the wrap..

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  30. I'd make loads of things: salad with tuna and greens.... tuna enchiladas(not as disgusting as they may sound), tuna melts, and I am very odd in that i like to eat it plain with hot mustard. (I told you I wasn't right. LOL)

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  31. I would make tuna salad and put it on the wraps.

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  32. A tuna melt!

    Jenny Stanek
    orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  33. I would make tuna salad and put in on the flat bread and roll it up then cut into 1 inch slices for little sandwiches. There are so many ways to use both of these ingredients though, yum!!

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  34. I'd make a tuna wrap with lettuce and ranch!

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  35. Flatout Tuna Bacon Pizza

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  36. I love the wraps. My favorite wrap is usually a romaine, chicken combo either with ranch and bacon or a Caesar parmesan type. I'm going to look for the flatbread and artisan pizzas! These products freeze well too! I think a breakfast pizza would be a fun change from breakfast burritos.

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  37. I think I would try making a wrap for lunch. It would be really great for a quick lunch at work. Thank you.

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  38. I would make your mexi-melt rollups or try enchiladas with them.

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  39. i would make yummy melts for the kids to enjoy or pizzas yummmy!

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  40. Yummm can't wait to try the melts bet you can make some yummy pannini with them as well....

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  41. I would make a tuna melt.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  42. a low-carb tuna fish sandwich
    sarah hirsch

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  43. I would make Tuna Melts.

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  44. I'd make a Greek tuna wrap - thank you.

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  45. These would be great for a breakfast pizza with a scrambled egg, chopped bacon, and sautéed vegetables!

    Nancy
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  46. tuna salad flarbread

    cathycasper@hughes.net

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  47. A tuna wrap is all I can think of, it's tuna

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  48. I just love toasted flatbread with tuna salad.

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  49. I never tried this type of combination so I will need to find a reciepe

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  50. probably a tuna roll up or tuna melt

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  51. I would make a tuna wrap sandwich.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  52. I'd make a tuna, cheese and tomato wrap. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  54. I would make a tuna salad flatbread sandwich

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  55. I would make tuna melts.

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  56. I would make a tuna melt with sweet pickle relish, thousand island dressing and Flatout Flatbreads and StarKist Tuna put them all on the bread wrap in aluminum foil and heat until melted about 15 or so minutes, is yummy.

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  57. I would make tuna salad wraps with lettuce and tomato.

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  58. I would make tuna melts.

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  59. I would definitely have some Tuna Salad Wraps, but man those MexiMelts you made look terrific!

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  60. I would make tuna salad wraps

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  61. Love flatouts for sandwiches, hamburgers...just about anything!

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  62. I love Starkist Tuna, and eat it often. The flat Bread makes a great lunch!

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  63. I would use the fold out and albacore tuna in water and make a tuna melt with bacon and pickles.

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  64. a tuna salad with almonda and grapes

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  65. I'd put tuna, avocado, mozzarella cheese, spinach, and tomatoes on a wrap with a little bit of mayo and dill weed

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  66. i would definitely make a tuna melt!!

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  67. Tuna melt with pickles added!

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  68. I would make a monster sized tuna sandwich! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  69. I would make a monster sized tuna sandwich! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. A tuna lettuce and tomato wrap

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  71. Your picture of the Mexi-Melt Rollups makes me want to try that! looks yummy and easy.

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  72. I WOULD MAKE THE Amazing Foldit Big Juicy Burger. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  73. I would make a Tuna Salad with celery and onions and avocados and put it in the Flatout bread! So delicious!

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  74. An Omelet or a Tuna Melt.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  75. I would definitely want to try that delicious looking mexi-melt recipe!

    britwhit0716@gmail.com

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  76. I love flatout, I eat it all the time. Love to make roll up sandwiches and also pizzas out of them. Starkist is a favorite for making tuna salad.

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  77. A tuna melt with Swiss cheese
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  78. I'd make tuna salad pinwheels.

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  79. I'd make the Flatout StarKist Tuna Melt

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  80. I'd make the StarKist® Buffalo Tuna Flatout Thin Crust Pizza!

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  81. I'd keep it simple and classic with a tuna wrap w/ lettuce. Simple and yummy.

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  82. like to try the flat bread one and then the pizza and then may be burriot type

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  83. A tuna melt with avocados and jelapeno

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  84. I would make tuna wraps with lettuce and tomato. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

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  85. I'd make tuna melts.

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  86. I would make a tuna wrap with cheese

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  87. I would make a tuna salad wrap. Thank you!
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  88. I would make a tuna melt wrap.

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  89. I'd make a tuna salad wrap, and add some nice veggies like lettuce, tomato, and red onion.

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  92. I would make spicy tuna with chipotle.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  93. Mmmm....I would make a delicious tuna melt.

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  94. I'd make a tuna and cheese wrap

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  95. I would make my son a fancy schmancy tuna melt. He would be SO excited!

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  96. I would make a Tuna Wrap with cheese and grilled onions

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  97. I would make a tuna/avocado/ spinach/ cheese wrap

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  98. Tuna salad roll up. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  99. I would mix the tuna with some green onion, celery and mayonnaise and roll it in the flat bread for a great late night snack. Thanks for another wonderful giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging!

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  100. I would make a greek pizza with tuna.

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  101. I would make a bbq chicken avocado sandwich

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  102. tuna salad with lettuce and tomatoes

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  103. I would love to try the Sweet and Spicy Tuna Wrap recipe they have listed! It sounds so delicious! Thanks!

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  104. I would add egg salad to it and roll it into a wrap

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  105. I would make a tuna melt, I'm not that creative. Thanks for a great giveaway!
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  106. I love Tuna Fish with Mayonnaise with Sweet Relish, topped with lettuce and tomato. In a wrap its great.

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  107. Tuna melts sounds good

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  108. My daughter loves taking a flatout, a lettuce leaf, and a Starkist pouch and making a wrap.
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  109. I would make tuna sandwiches. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  110. Tuna melts with tomato, avocado, and Swiss cheese. So good!

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  111. I would make some tuna sandwiches with the Starkist and Flatout.

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  112. I'd like to make a healthy wrap - tuna salad made with greek yogut and celery with lettuce and tomatoes

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  113. The Flatout Hickory Smoked StarKist Tuna Melt looks really good!

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  114. I'd probably make a tuna melt.

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  115. I would tuna and lettuce wraps.

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  116. I think you could bake up the flat out bread in the oven to make it crispy and make it a tuna dip. Yum! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

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  117. ive made the pizza one on the flat bread! I'm going to try the Flatout Hickory Smoked StarKist Tuna Melt tonight!

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  118. I would make some tuna salad and add a little avocado on top!

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  119. I would make a tuna and chicken wrap

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  120. I would make a tuna melt.

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  121. I like to make Tuna Caesar Wraps.

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  122. probably a tunafish salad sandwich wrap

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  123. your tuna bacon pizza sounds awesome! what a great healthy option!

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  124. Tuna & Egg Salad sammich nomnomnom

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  125. I would make a tuna salad wrap

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  126. A good old tuna melt yum!

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  127. I would make a tuna salad wrap

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  128. I'd make a hummus and veggie wrap!

    -Jen Haile

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  129. Two of my most favorite COMFORT foods are Scrambled Eggs/Omelets on Whole Wheat Toast and Tuna Melts on English Muffins - I have loved them even more than Mac & Cheese since childhood! (And THAT is something!)

    So I would start my culinary adventure with a Tuna Melt Wrap - Yum.

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  130. I would make heated wrap with tuna, avocado, shedded cheese and chopped celery and onion

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  131. I would use the flatbread w tuna, ff mayo, and diced sweet pickles.

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  132. I would make spicy tuna melts with avocado with my Flatout Flatbreads and StarKist Tuna Creations.

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  133. We would make tuna melt wraps.

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  134. I would make a tuna sandwich with spinach and mustard

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  135. Tuna salad wrap! LOVE THEM!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  136. I would make a tuna melt.

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  137. Grilled tuna and cheese sandwiches!

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  138. those tuna melts would be the first think i'd make, they look amazing

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  139. I would make a tuna melt.

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  140. I would make a tuna melt.

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  141. i would make tuna salad and avocado slices on Flatbread.

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  142. I would make Ranch Tuna sandwich with plenty of hot peppers.
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  143. I would make tuna melts with these products.

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  144. I would make what you made! That looks delish :) - Brandi Dawn

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  145. Tuna Salad wrap - and probably also some blt wraps :)

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  146. I would make your Mexi-Melt wrap-ups :)

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  148. Would love to try a regular old tunafish sandwich on it. Sounds yummy!!

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  149. I'd love to make a tuna wrap with lots of veggies!

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  150. I'd make a tuna salad sandwich with lettuce and tomatoes

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  151. I would put tuna and tuna crations Ranch in a bowl, mix it up and add onions boiled egg and then I would put it on flat bread and roll it up. We be a quick lunch.

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  152. I would make a BLT wrap.
    Tara Woods

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    1. I would make a BLT wrap with the Sweet and Spicy tuna creations.

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  153. Tuna melts, most definitely!! myamurphy@mail.com

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  154. I would make what you showed u made it looks so good!

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  155. I would love to make a tuna casserole wrap!

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  156. I would make a tuna salad wrap.

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  157. your meximelt rollups look good

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  158. I'd make tuna salad wraps.

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  159. The Mexi Melt roll ups looks delicious, I will make that first! :-) Thank you.

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  160. I'd love to try the Miso Tuna Wrap!

    Geoff K
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  161. I would make a tuna salad wrap. Those flatbreads look delicious!

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  162. I like tuna salad so I would make a tuna salad with lettuce sandwich wrap.

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  163. i make pizza and tuna melts

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  164. I'd probably make pizza with the flats, and tuna noodle casserole with the tuna.
    Jennelle J

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  165. I'd start off with a tuna melt. That sounds delish!

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  166. I would make a tuna salad wrap with cheese.

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  167. I would make a tuna roll with spicy mayo and cheese
    timothy j228 AT gmail DOT Com

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  168. i would make tuna salad on flat bread

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  169. I would make a tuna salad wrap with avocado and cheese!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  170. would make a delicious tuna melt

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  171. I would make a tuna melt!

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  172. I would make a tuna melt with chicken

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  173. I would make tuna & lettuce & tomato in a roll-up.

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  174. I'd make tuna with grapes and apples on a wrap!

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  175. Tuna with flat out & pasta sandwich.

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  176. I think I'd make a tuna melt, with lots of yummy cheese and a tuna salad.
    Michelle Tucker

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  177. I would make salsa and tuna wraps.

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  178. I would like to try making the StarKist® Buffalo Tuna Flatout Thin Crust Pizza

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  179. I would make a tuna melt.

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  180. I would make a spinach and artichoke tuna melt.

    longbarb11@aol.com

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  181. I would make a tuna melt.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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