29Aug2016Garlic Bread Tuna Melt This Garlic Bread Tuna Melt recipe goes from oven to table in under 20 minutes! Thick sliced garlic bread topped with albacore tuna, sliced roma tomato, and fresh basil – this is a dinner your family needs to try this week! I’m going to level with all of you here: some days I am absolutely NOT in the mood to cook dinner. Like, at all. Ready to break out the cold cereal and call it a night. Please tell me I’m not alone in this problem! Most nights I’m into it, mainly because there are now five people living here and if we ate out every night of the week we’d go broke in no time. Plus, honestly, going out to eat makes a busy school night even busier and more exhausting. But then there are those nights when, it’s only 4:00pm and I’m already done. DONE. And I’m stressed out just thinking that they all need to be fed and even my eyelashes feel tired. That is when I break out my tried and true, don’t even need to give it any brain power, dinners. Recipes that I know I usually always have the ingredients for and meals that I know they all will eat any night of the week. I have officially just added these Garlic Bread Tuna Melt Sandwiches to that list. If you are super duper busy during the school year with activities, homework, and sports – you absolutely NEED to add this one to your go-to meal list. Classic tuna sandwiches are always on that list for me, but these are immediately the replacement! The garlic and cheese, combined with the fresh albacore tuna, tomato slices, and basil just make the flavors pop – all with very LITTLE effort on my part! Garlic Bread Tuna Melt By Kelly MillerFrozen garlic bread slices topped with albacore tuna, roma tomatoes, and fresh basil. Prep time: 00:10, Cook time: 00:10, Total time: 00:20 Yield: 8 open face sandwichesIngredients: 13 oz box frozen Texas toast with cheese 5 oz Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore Tuna, drained 3 roma tomatoes, sliced 1/4 cup fresh basil, chopped Instructions: Place frozen garlic bread slices on a lined cookie sheet. Top frozen slices evenly with chunks of albacore tuna, sliced tomato, and fresh basil. Bake at 425 for 7 – 10 minutes. Allow sandwiches to cool slightly before serving. This is just such an easy recipe to keep the ingredients on hand in the pantry and freezer at all times! And if you haven’t already, buy yourself a basil plant to keep on your kitchen window sill – fresh basil is the best! Bumble Bee offers responsibly wild caught albacore that is delicious, versatile, high in protein and absolutely perfect as the main ingredient in any meal (see their website for full nutritional facts). I always grab albacore tuna over chunk light tuna, the taste is just out of this world good! Try one of their mouth-watering recipes and discover for yourself why Only Bumble Bee Albacore Will Do™. Click here to learn more! I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.