Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories 374.8
Total Fat 9.9 g
Saturated Fat 5.1 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1.4 g
Monounsaturated Fat 2.4 g
Cholesterol 39.9 mg
Sodium 849.7 mg
Potassium 597.0 mg
Total Carbohydrate 47.4 g
Dietary Fiber 4.4 g
Sugars 5.9 g
Protein 21.5 g
Vitamin A 13.9 %
Vitamin B-12 3.1 %
Vitamin B-6 2.6 %
Vitamin C 7.2 %
Vitamin D 0.6 %
Vitamin E 0.8 %
Calcium 25.7 %
Copper 2.8 %
Folate 6.5 %
Iron 14.8 %
Magnesium 3.8 %
Manganese 8.2 %
Niacin 15.1 %
Pantothenic Acid 1.6 %
Phosphorus 13.0 %
Riboflavin 17.6 %
Selenium 7.5 %
Thiamin 30.1 %
Zinc 6.1 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole

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Submitted by: CHALIGAL155

Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole

140 calories of No Yolk Broad Noodles, (1.33 oz)

77 calories of Cheddar Cheese, (0.17 cup, shredded)

35 calories of Starkist chunk light Tuna in water (3 oz can), (0.50 serving)

35 calories of Low Fat Cream of Mushroom Soup, (0.25 cup)

35 calories of Low Fat Cream of Mushroom Soup, (0.25 cup)

34 calories of Bread crumbs, dry, grated, plain, (0.08 cup)

19 calories of Peas, frozen, (0.17 cup)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

This is a truly yummy recipe! I like to serve with tossed green salad and balsamic vinaigrette dressing or non-fat Italian dressing. A keeper! Submitted by:
SNUZYQ2

(4/16/19)
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will have to try with lower sodium options. Submitted by:
ERIN_POSCH

(4/9/19)
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I added some onion powder and used flavored bread crumbs and low sodium on the soups, turned out great Submitted by:
DANCERUS

(2/21/19)
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tried this tonight but I used low sodium tuna and low sodium soups and I thought it was good, but my wife thought it was bland. Maybe I took too much salt out! Submitted by:
RHOOK20047

(2/1/19)
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I don't know why this recipe doesn't take advantage of low fat and low sodium condensed soups. They taste fine in this recipe. And adding bread crumbs to make it look good is just adding extra carbs. There is no need to bake this, either. Heat on stove. Submitted by:
DEESHAP

(1/14/19)
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I used cream of celery, cream of mushroom, can of chicken broth(all low sodium)& added frozen mixed vegetables. No bread crumbs Kiddos topped theirs with bacon bits & shredded cheese Submitted by:
SHAYE1357

(10/30/17)
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I looked over the nutritionals of this recipe and the cheese soup isn't included but 2 cans of mushroom soup are. Submitted by:
TINAKANTOR

(10/23/17)
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Good recipe. I used water chestnuts instead of peas and French's french fried onions instead of bread crumbs on top since they are actually very low carb. I also used Dreamfields penne noodles instead so the carbs or a little healthier . And maybe added a little Worcestershire sauce. Loved the id Submitted by:
ANGELISEN

(10/23/17)
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too much sodium Submitted by:
BUFFARETTA1

(1/19/17)
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This was delicious. I followed the recipe, but added some onion powder, dried chives, and dried dill- none of which added any calories. I also subbed regular potato chips for the bread crumbs which did up the calories a bit but it really isn't tuna casserole without a chip topping- it changed it to Submitted by:
NAVVAN

(12/22/16)
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My adult daughter has missed me making the original Campbell's soup version, and this is very nice! found whole grain No Yolks Noodles and used a light cheese, too. I've needed to see lower fat options lkle this. Submitted by:
ALILDUCKLING

(3/28/16)
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My mom used canned soup. I quit using it 35 years ago. You can cut a lot of sodium and mystery ingredients by taking a small amount of skim milk, add your favorite shredded cheese, after it melts, keep adding more milk until you have enough sauce. If necessary, add more milk in your casserole dish. Submitted by:
60SIXTY

(11/10/14)
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I know we're supposed to be concerned about eating healthy, but a member of my family commented that it could use some salt and pepper (to taste). Perhaps a pinch of reduced sodium salt in the water while the noodles are cooking would be sufficient. Submitted by:
PERRYBABE

(11/3/13)
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Would be nicer for homade caserole? Canned soups have way too many preservatives and sodium Submitted by:
RUBY8711

(6/13/13)
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Make own cream of cheese soup. Use chicken or salmon. This will change the calories etc. But I would eat this. Submitted by:
EATTOBEWELL

(5/27/13)
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I made this a couple of nights ago and we loved it. I used frozen mixed veggies, diced up 1/4 of an onion, diced 1 stalk of celery, and used 1/4 cup low fat grated parmesan cheese. I used sourdough whole wheat bread to make my bread crumbs. I used the Heart Healthy soups from campbell. AWESOME! Submitted by:
CORAVET

(8/28/12)
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I've made this for years minus the cheddar soup, I always used low sodium soups-since they became available. The changes shake it up a bit for me, but it is good. Submitted by:
GINIEMIE

(8/27/12)
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ANY "cream of" soup works in this basic recipe.Even cream of tomato. But high sodium is a problem with Campbell's regular "cream of" soups. I saute up some celery and onion, and use cream of celery soup in mine. Any way to add extra vegetables... Pimiento for color is nice. Submitted by:
NANCYHOME247

(8/20/12)
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