Tuna and White Bean Salad Flatbread Pizza

This is a pizza you don’t have to feel guilty about! Filling, flavorful and fun to eat — and unbelievably easy to prepare.


I’m so excited to be teaming up with Flatout Flatbread and StarkKist to bring you this healthy and filling recipe. This flatbread pizza is very unique and light — but filling at the same time. You guys are going to love it.

My husband loves tuna. Ate it all the time when he was in the Marines. When he was a teacher, the staff of the school all contributed to a school cookbook for fundraising purposes.

Ben’s recipe was “Yellow Tuna.”

You might be thinking, “Ooooh a yellowfin tuna recipe?”


Ben’s recipe was this: “Open a can of tuna, drain. Mix with mustard and eat with a fork.”


If he can eat it like that, it is clear that he loves tuna. Me…I’m a little iffy on it but like it when it is prepared in certain ways.


And you all already know I love Flatout Flatbread. I showed you that in my egg wrap and also my vegetarian wraps. I use one of Flatout’s products practically daily and love that they are a Michigan company.


The flatbread pizza that I used only has 140 calories and the herb and garlic tuna packet only contains 110 calories! The herb and garlic tuna is so flavorful that you barely need dressing so I just spritzed the spinach with a light spray of extra virgin olive oil for a little moisture and flavor. The white beans lend such a creamy texture that you won’t even miss the mayo and cheese that often accompany tuna.

This meal is so protein packed (the flatbread alone has 7grams!) that you’ll feel satisfied but not weighed down and heavy. Flatout is surprisingly high in fiber as well. (Can you tell I love the stuff?)

We are definitely having this meal again — and soon! Ben said “I could eat this every day!” For E (my 3-year-old), I baked a Flatout flatbread pizza with tuna and a light sprinkle of cheese. She loved it!


Tuna and White Bean Salad Flatbread Pizza

Yield: 2 servings

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 8 minutes

Total Time: 13 minutes

This is a pizza you don't have to feel guilty about! Filling, flavorful and fun to eat -- and unbelievably easy to prepare.


  • 2 Thin Crust Flatout Flatbreads Artisan Pizza (Rustic White)
  • olive oil spray
  • about 4 cups (loosely packed) baby spinach
  • two 2.6 ounce packages of herb and garlic Starkist Tuna Creations
  • 1/3 cup great northern beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1/4 of an English cucumber, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 1 roma tomato, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 1/2 stalk of celery, sliced thinly


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Brush or spray flatbread lightly on both sides with olive oil. Bake for 8 minutes or until golden brown and crisp.
  2. When it comes out of the oven, pile spinach on top (dividing between two flatbreads pizzas). Spray spinach lightly with olive oil. Top with tuna, beans, cucumber, tomato and celery. Serve immediately

Disclaimer: I received products for recipe creation as well as a Target gift card. All opinions are always my own. I’m not even kidding, I sent Flatout about 4 Twitter messages asking them if they wanted to work with me because I love their products so much.  Perseverance pays off — ha! 

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  1. I LOVE Flatout’s flatbreads! Thanks so much for hosting the giveaway! I’m thinking I would make a spin off of a Nicoise salad…maybe with a little balsamic drizzled on top!

  2. I would make a tuna salad flatbread panini

  3. I’d make a tuna salad pita–yummy. I may look for that deal at Target later, too. Thanks for the heads up!

  4. I would make something delish for my husband’s lunch!

  5. I would grill it and create a tuna pizza with fresh vegi’s 🙂 so many possiblities make a sandwhich and make a hot tuna melt

  6. I would make a tuna melt flatbread.

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

  8. Tuna salad wrap

  9. I would mix up some Tuna Salad and serve it on the flat bread along with some lettuce and tomato.

  10. I LOVE salmon cream cheese that Einstein’s Bagels sells, I would love to try my hand a tuna cream cheese/mousse to top this with

  11. I’d probably make a tuna melt!

  12. Tuna melts are my favorite. Melted cheese is always good

  13. I would use the Flatout and Starkist along with tomato, lettuce, cukes, and Italian dressing. Quick and easy, and my son LOVES tuna! Thanks 🙂

  14. A tuna rollup with cheese and veggies sounds perfect for lunch!

  15. A tuna melt. I love them!

  16. I would make some sort of tuna melt – yum!

  17. I like tuna and the bread looks yummy. I would make tuna cheese quesadilla, easy on the cheese of course. Black beans instead of white beans.

  18. I would make tuna and egg salad Flatout Wrap

  19. tuna melt for me, love them!

  20. I would make tuna apple wraps.

  21. I’d make tuna pinwheels for my kids’ lunches (and hubby’s too!)

  22. I would make a tuna and avocado wrap.

  23. I’d make a tuna melt!

  24. I would make tuna salad on flatness for sure, its my favorite

  25. I would make a tuna melt!

  26. I would make my tuna salad, spread it on the flatbread and maybe cut it into cracker size pieces, I would put out some olives, pickles, tomato, avocado, etc so people can garnish their crackers however they like. I think this would make a really nice starter for a dinner party.

  27. I would make a tuna salad wrap!

  28. I would make an open-faced tuna melt!

  29. Love how light and fresh this is!

  30. I would make a tuna salad blt pita.

  31. I’d make this! It looks delicious and I’m trying to drop some weight, so it would be perfect!

  32. My family would love this recipe. I think I would try this one out!! 🙂

  33. This looks good but I think I would first start with a tuna melt!

  34. I would make a tuna salad sandwich with avacado

  35. Oh yum- I would probably do a taco pizza type dish.

  36. I would make your Tuna and White Bean salad pizza.

  37. I love tuna casserole. I would replace the noodles with the Flatout Flatbread, as a crust, and bake it.

  38. Thanks for the recipe and giveaway! I would make a Mediterranean Tuna Wrap. Yum!

  39. What a great recipe! I agree with Ben, though too–anything with mustard is a great meal.

    I would make a Mediterranean wrap with artichoke hearts, tuna and sun-dried tomatoes 🙂

  40. I would make the Flatbread recipe you just posted!

  41. I like the other commenters’ suggestions for tuna melts, but I think I’d do a traditional tuna salad with some nice veggies, much like your recipe (which looks scrumptious!).

  42. I would make a tuna salad wrap

  43. A tuna salad wrap would be great !

  44. i would make a wrap that had tuna, tomato, avocado, and lemon juice

  45. Probably a tuna salad with avocado and use the flatbread as dipping utensil.

  46. I’d start with the recipe you posted…quick to make and looks delicious!

  47. I like your pizza idea 🙂

  48. I would make a tuna salad sandwich on flatbread.

  49. a tuna melt

  50. Tuna Salad Wrap

  51. I’d try this recipe – it sounds great.

  52. Starkist has a ranch Tuna Creation?!? Awesome! I’d try the StarKist Buffalo Tuna Flatout Thin Crust Pizza. Looks delicious!

  53. I’d make a tuna salad wrap. It’s one of my favorite lunches!

  54. I would make a tuna wrap!! YUM!

  55. I would make a tuna melt on whole wheat flatout!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  56. How fun! I would use the Flatout and StarKist to make a tuna melts! Kids favorite 🙂

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  57. I’d make my favorite tuna salad and eat it on the flatbread! I use mayo, craisins, dill, tarragon, walnuts, flax seeds (ground or whole), cheese (colby or cheddar), and will eat it plain or on a wrap or sandwich. It’s SO delicious!

  58. I’d make a tuna and guacamole wrap.

  59. I like the idea of trying to make a mediterranean pizza.

  60. I would make a tuna melt.

  61. These look SO good! I’d make a flatbread with the tuna, some tzatiki sauce, cucumbers and feta! Love your posts, hope I win 🙂

  62. I’d make some kind of tuna wrap! Yummm

  63. I would make a tuna salad pizza with ricotta and basil!

  64. I would make a tuna melt and pack it in my husbands lunch. thanks

  65. I would make a flatbread with the tuna, scallions, maybe bean sprouts drizzled with a soy ginger dressing.

  66. I would make a tuna flatbread melt!

  67. Tuna melt for sure …..

  68. This looks like the perfect thing for lunch! YUM.

  69. Looks great!

  70. I’m not normally a fan of fish, but oh my goodness I am all over this recipe!!

  71. I love flat outs! I use them all the time instead of bread for sandwhiches. My fiance is a big tuna guy – sometimes I make him tuna fish sandwhiches – er wraps rather – using the flatouts. I must try this recipe too!

  72. I would make tuna melts with thousand island dressing and Starkist Tuna on a Flatout Flatbread these are so good.

  73. I would make a flatbread wrap with Tuna salad, lettuce, tomato and cheddar.

  74. I would make my tuna salad and spread on the flatbread. Then I’d slice some beefsteak tomatoes and put the slices on top with some salt and pepper.

  75. I would add jalapenos and cheddar cheese!

  76. tuna/cheese melt wrap

  77. I would make a tuna guac salad wrap! I mix the 100-calorie Wholly Guacamole packets with a serving of tuna and some salsa or spicy red pepper relish with a dash of hot sauce…I usually eat it as is, but it would make an awesome wrap on some Flatout bread.

  78. I would make tuna salad.

  79. I would make Tuna Melts with avocado and cheese

  80. I would make a basic tuna salad the 1st time I used Flatout flatbread, when it gets everyones approval I’ll get creative.

  81. I to like to 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.

  82. A tuna wrap

  83. I would make tuna salad sandwich for my sister to take to work for her lunch

  84. I would make a tuna wrap with avocado. Thank you!

  85. i really like the sound of your tuna pizza. or i would make a regular pizza with the flat bread. and then tuna sandwiches with the tuna! yum

  86. i would make a wrap with peppers and onions added!

  87. I would make a tuna salad wrap with lettuce, diced tomatoes, mayo

  88. I’d make a tuna salad wrap.

  89. I would make a grilled tuna and cheese.

  90. I would love to make a tuna melt!

  91. I would make a white pizza with tuna, onion, garlic and green peppers (thinly sliced).

  92. I would try your recipe for the tuna white bean salad flatbread pizza

  93. I’d make my favorite tuna salad sandwich

  94. i really want to try making a tuna melt with my flatout bread — i have a pack in the fridge!

  95. I’d make a panini.

  96. I would make tuna salad and put it on the flat bread

  97. I’m not a creative cook – so I would have a tuna salad sandwich.

  98. I’ve been craving the “Maurice Salad” that we used to order from Hudson’s restaurants in the department stores back in Michigan. I have the recipe from a cookbook they sold – this would be perfect pairings

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