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Better than Tuna: Vegan Tuna Salad

Vegan Tuna Salad Sandwich

We are often asked what we pack for lunch. Portable and easy meals, like the classic tuna salad sandwich, are an essential for folks heading off to school or work for the day. This chickpea vegan tuna salad is an easy, satisfying and delicious vegan alternative to the usual non-vegan sandwich fillers.

Better Than Tuna Chickpea Salad Sandwich

Affordable and Long-lasting (much better than tuna!)

Enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans, it is also much more affordable than tuna or chicken salad. A bonus for those “on-the-go” is sandwiches with Better Than Tuna chickpea salad can be unrefrigerated without fears about food born illnesses associated with unrefrigerated meats. Because it has a longer shelf life (in the fridge), it can be available for a weeks worth of lunches if prepared ahead. In our house, it never lasts that long!

This vegan tuna salad has been a go-to meal option in the Full of Beans household for quite a while. We have found that it doesn’t need to be restricted to sandwiches! It is wonderful as a topping for a plate of greens, on a rice cake, or straight out of the container with a fork!

Better Than Tuna on top of a green salad in a large white bowl
SO delicious as a salad topping combo. Power Salad!

It’s Better Than Tuna

We refer to this recipe as “vegan tuna salad” but we aren’t trying to make a mimic of tunafish salad. Certainly there are ways to accomplish that by adding dulse or playing with the texture of the chickpeas. However, as far as we are concerned, this is all-around a replacement for the quick and easy, versatile food spot tuna salad occupies for most people. Something for lunches, snacks, on greens etc. Because this is cruelty-free, filled with nutrition, inexpensive, and easily made it is truly Better Than Tuna! We hope that you will agree!

Better Than Tuna vegan chickpea salad in a sandwich with avocados on the side
Another sandwich idea with yummy “Better Than Tuna” chickpea salad 🙂


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Better Than Tuna Chickpea Salad Sandwich

Better than Tuna

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  • Author: Georgia @
  • Prep Time: 20
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Category: Sandwich, salad
  • Cuisine: American


Portable and easy meals, like the classic tuna salad sandwich, are an essential. This chickpea vegan tuna salad is a delicious vegan alternative. Try it!


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  • (2) 15oz cans chickpeas, rinsed and drained (or 3 cups cooked chickpeas)
  • 1 shredded carrot
  • 2 stalks celery, finely diced
  • 1/2 small red onion, finely diced
  • Just Mayo or alternative vegan mayonaise, approximately 1/4 cup
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • optional: extras like mustard, dill, etc


  1. Roughly mash the chickpeas in a medium size bowl. I like to leave some chunks of the peas in the mash.
  2. Add the carrot, celery, onion, salt and pepper and mix well with a fork
  3. Add mayo to desired texture of creaminess (I find tastes really vary in this regard)


  • It can be eaten right away, but I find that if it sits in the fridge for an hour or so the flavors meld nicely together. This works for a sandwich and is also wonderful on a bed of greens or with crackers.
  • Options: we had a blog reader make this with several additions: dulse, relish, mustard, cayenne. They really loved it and we encourage you to take this recipe and run with it! Make it your own 🙂
  • We happen to love adding dill to it, a heaping teaspoon is just about right!


Georgia is an unpretentious foodie who, at 50, transitioned from a vegetarian diet to a whole foods plant based diet and is loving it. She works as a nurse, plays as a quilter, loves to run, hates to race.
She thinks dogs are actually angels (in dog suits).

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  2. I see this is a very old comment but I wanted to say that I have been using this recipe for years and I do the same – add kelp powder. I also add Old Bay which many omnis associate with crab cakes and therefore fishy things. It is such a tasty, fresh, easy sandwich and I never really loved tuna 25 years ago when I ate it anyway!

    1. Hi Heather,
      Thanks for your lovely comment – its so nice to hear something like this. 🙂 Using Old Bay is a great idea and we are definitely going to give it a try next time we make a batch (we are actually just now at the last-sandwich level of a batch). What we tell people about this recipe is that we aren’t trying to mimic tuna but, rather, provide something that replaces tuna salad in the “quick lunch” and “easy meal” scene. Because “Better Than Tuna” doesn’t require the decimation of an important top-level predator, associated by-catch, or toxic heavy metal contamination it truly is better than tuna!

    1. Hi Sandra!
      SO sorry that it took us a few days to get back to you. We would say AT LEAST 8 servings of about a 1/2 cup. It depends on how hungry people are and how generous the servings, of course.

      Peace, Greg & Georgia

  3. I made this just now and it is delicious! I made the basic and then added some turmeric refrigerator pickles and red pepper flakes, but really both ways are really good. Think of all the tuna that could be saved! Thanks for the recipe and I will put this into regular rotation.

    1. Lenore,
      So glad you enjoyed it and your additions sound delicious! We consider Better Than Tuna, and many other of our recipes, to be just a starting point. We LOVE to hear from people about how they made the recipe their own. 🙂
      Also, we 100% feel the same way about the tuna. 🙁

      Peace, Georgia & Greg

  4. I recently, due to my crap diet of red meat, suffered my 1st, hopefully last, heart attack. Today, upon visiting my cardiologist, was instructed that the issue of meat and animal proteins in my diet needed to cease. I found your site and am going to busy myself with printing off recipes, as becoming a vegan is an absolute, the alternative is not a good outcome, though eventually all must pass, but will do what is necessary to extend the time traveling the Earth, and even do some good by no longer being a part of the animal killing masses that we have been mislead to believe is so healthy and important for our thriving as a civilization. Look forward to following your site and testing and creating new culinary delights. Peace and long life.

    1. Martin!

      First of all, we are SO delighted to hear that there is a Cardiologist suggesting that patients make that sort of change and that you survived your heart attack. Bravo to them and what a fortunate thing for YOU!. It is WONDERFUL that you have made the decision to take the vegan route, and you are so very correct on all of your points.
      Please let us know if there is any information that you need or any sort of recipe or resource you’d like us to post about on Full of Beans.

      Thank you for sharing this lovely comment.

      Peace & Plants,
      Georgia & Greg

  5. I found this recipe last year and I have been making it at least once a month since then. I double the mayo and add about a tablespoon of dill to really give it an extra burst of flavor. Diced dill pickles work as a substitute for celery if you don’t have any on hand.

    Thanks so much for posting this recipe!

    1. We make it all the time too – its a favorite (and SO fast to make).
      The mayo in the recipe is really the minimum and many people like to not over do it, but Greg often uses about 1/3 of a cup (instead of 1/4). He has also added pickles before (he loves dill pickles). Great minds think alike! 🙂

      We’re so glad that you have been enjoying it, thanks for letting us know!

  6. Hey Lisbeth ! I have substituted diced dill pickles and it works well. It keeps that bit of crunchiness and adds some extra dil flavor which I love.

  7. Tried this recipe this week and I’m on day two of eating it. This is such an amazing recipe! Healthy, easy, cheap and so so yummy. Thank you so so much!

    1. Hi Morgan!

      Oh, we’re so glad you like it! That’s exactly how we feel about it and, really, our approach to most of our recipes:healthy, cheap, easy, and (so important!) yummy. 🙂

  8. Solid. I added dill. I pulled out more than half of the skins from the chickpeas. It took a while, but I think it is worth it.

  9. Some good food safety advice- foods that have been cooked, especially with a lot of moisture and low acidity like beans, should not be left out in temps between 40-140F for longer than 4 hours. The food safety concerns are the same as the are for meat, you just may have different bacteria to worry about. Also, leftovers, if stored probably in the fridge, can be eaten for up to 10 days. Please don’t tell people this recipe can be left out for long periods of time. It might be ok, but not worth the risk.

  10. Love this! 2nd time making and, once again, did not disappoint! I put on a (big) bed of arugula with avocado and a little sriracha. My hubby eats it as a sando…so good!!

  11. So excited to make it and love your blog, so nourishing! I’d love to know what bread is with it or ones you recommend?

    1. Hi Wendy Jo! Thank you so much for the sweet comment about the blog. We’re so happy that you found us 🙂
      The bread in the photo is Food For Life “Ezekiel 4:9” bread. You can find it in many markets. The price will vary quite a bit, though (its not ever particularly cheap). About $5 per loaf is the best we’ve found. Its an organic sprouted wheat bread that is easier to digest than commercial white flour breads, in general. Plus it tastes great and makes the most excellent toast! We are partial to the sesame and the standard loaf. It also comes in low sodium and raisin cinnamon)
      Peace, Greg & Georgia

  12. Really liked this “better than tuna” salad; we added a few tsp. of capers, some onion powder (diced or finely chopped onions would work, too), garlic powder, dill, splash of lemon juice and a bit of cracked pepper. Our family enjoyed this tasty cruelty free recipe!

  13. I’ve never been a huge fan of tuna salad but came across this looking for a vegan chicken salad recipe, and absolutely love it on my first try. My question, and biggest reason that would keep me from making this again, is about how to prepare the chickpeas. I know that might sound like a weird question. I find that when I drain and rinse canned chickpeas that their skin sloughs off. Being pretty OCD I spend a ton of time separating this. Do you have a suggestion? I don’t know if there’s a recommended type of chickpea to use or if this is something you ignore. Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Emily,

      Ohhh, the chickpea skins… Don’t fret about those at all. If you get a bunch that come loose just scoop them up and toss them. Pop the rest in your bowl and keep going. The skin has some fiber, probably some other good-for-you qualities, and so on but we don’t bother skinning all the chickpeas. Now, for hummus, on the other hand, it does make a small difference in the smoothness of it – but it really takes a lot of time and we don’t bother with that either. In our recipe we just give it plenty of blending time.
      So glad that you enjoy Better Than Tuna. Its a simple, delicious, easy to customize recipe.

  14. I’m not vegetarian or vegan, but I am pregnant and canned tuna is one of the things on a pregnant ladies “maybe you should not” list.
    Thank you for this tasty looking ‘tuna sandwich’ substitute! I always have a couple cans of chickpeas on hand, as well as some frozen that I cooked from dried. I’ll be trying this tomorrow!

  15. I made this sandwich it is fantastic! I made a few additions in the vegan mayonnaise I added pickle juice. I also added grapes to the sandwich and a bit of cole slaw. Fantastic!

    1. Hi Bonham!

      Oh, that sounds yummy! We love cole slaw and it often shows up in sandwiches of all kinds. Thanks for sharing and so glad you enjoy “Better Than Tuna”.

      Peace, Georgia & Greg

  16. Love this recipe so much! I’ve made it multiple times and shared many more times as well! I did put the recipe into my weight watchers app and set the servings for the whole recipe to be for 10. Each serving comes out to be only 1 WW Freestyle point! (I use Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise Vegan Mayo) Hope that helps anyone tracking on WW! 🙂

  17. Just made this and it is sooo good! I ended up using about 1/2 cup of Just Mayo and a couple squirts of mustard. Will be eating this frequently! Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Thank you, Jenny! Greg uses about 1/3 cup of Just Mayo because he likes it a little creamier too. I like the mustard idea! I’m always psyched when people tweak the recipes to work for them based on what they like or what is on hand.

  18. This was great! I made it for my 1.5 yr old and I. I subbed onion powder for the onions and spread it on wheat toast. Looking forward to leftovers!

  19. This Better than Tuna salad is regular staple in my kitchen these days. It’s so versatile and a great change from the hummus chickpea delivery system! LoVe it! Thanks for your awesome recipes Greg and Georgia!

  20. Just found your website…love it! I’ve been searching for a recipe – maybe you or your readers can help. I used to stop at a Greek restaurant when traveling. They served a Greek version of spaghetti which was wonderful! All of a sudden the restaurant was gone! I’ve been trying ever since to make it for myself. Unsuccessfully!
    Do you have any ideas?

    1. Hi Kristen!
      Thanks for letting us know – we’re so delighted that you enjoy Better Than Tuna (and isn’t it so much better?).
      BTW, you have a lovely website! Great job!

      Peace, Greg & Georgia

  21. I love this recipe! Sometimes I crumble up a little nori or other edible seaweed to give it a “tuna” like flavor. We recently started following a vegan diet after watching What the Health. Am always on the hunt for delicious vegan recipes to keep us on the right track. Thank you for this one! 🙂

    1. Hi Ceej,

      Yes, we’ve done that with nori, too! Thanks for letting us know that you have been enjoying Better Than Tuna (it really is, don’t you think?) PLUS, it’s awesome that you have started eating plant-based! Yay!
      What The Health is really a good one for getting the perspective on what the “Standard American Diet” is doing to us. Have you seen Cowspiracy, yet? It was done several years ago by the same team that did WTH and is more focused on the environmental impact of animal agriculture. VERY eye-opening!
      PLEASE let us know how your vegan journey is going and feel free to reach out anytime. Just use our Contact Page 🙂

    1. Hi Cindy! You’re welcome 😉
      Better Than Tuna in a wrap is one of our regulars too! We like to add greens, banana pepper rings, and slices of avocado. What do YOU put in your veggie wraps?

    1. Hi Andres!
      LOL, that’s funny. We’ve never tasted a cabbage patch baby so we can’t really comment.
      However, our aim wasn’t to make it taste like tuna, rather we were making something that would take the place of tuna salad in people’s lives. So, easy to make, yummy as a sandwich or on greens – that sort of thing. Plus, cruelty-free, dairy-free, and healthy! “Better Than Tuna”!

      Peace, Greg & Georgia

  22. Found this one on Pinterest and am I glad I did! I made the recipe directed at first and it lasted (upside in a tightly hand sealed mason jar in the fridge) for a few weeks. I was a bit weary because nothing should last that long, but it did.

    I also added in dried dill weed and some ground coriander and it was mind blowing! My tuna/chicken salad loving mother LOVED it. c

    1. Hi Cassandra!
      Thats great that your Mom loved it and that you made tweaks to suit your taste. We love it when people make the recipes “their own”.
      We’re not surprised that it stayed good that long in the fridge but we ARE surprised that it stuck around that long. A few days is about the longest we have ever managed to keep it around, LOL!

      Thanks for being in touch!
      Peace, Greg & Georgia

  23. Found this recipe on Pinterest and so happy that I did. Made it for last nights dinner and could barely wait to have it again for lunch today. I added a little sweet relish and mustard to mine and added a tomato to my lunch sandwich today paired w a side of steamed broccoli and super sweet strawberries. Yum! I am very pleased and the best part is I don’t feel guilty and kind of gross thinking about how I just ate a fish lol. Will definitely be using your site now to make more goodies. Always looking for a simple and delicious vegan recipe to keep me on the right track. Much appreciation.

    1. Hi Stephani! we are so glad you found us and enjoyed the recipe. I’m actually making a batch right now! It is a great thing to have on hand for a quick and portable meal.
      Please let us know if you try our other recipes. We always welcome the feedback and love how people tweak the recipes based on what they like and have on hand.
      You might enjoy this one:
      Peace and hugs

  24. I never, ever ate chickpeas until I starts eating plant based food. Now, I use them weekly. I love this recipe. A perfect replacement for tuna. I use my mini food chopper to “smash” the chickpeas, but a few pulses does the trick. Try it, you’ll love it.

    1. Hi Jan!
      So glad you like the recipe. It is a great quick and portable meal and it is a household staple here. Thanks for the tip about the chopper! Great idea.

  25. Hi. This recipe sounds very interesting but I hate mayo or mayo alternatives ( gag). What about yogurt as an alternative or any other ideas. Thanks

    1. hi Maxine,

      Well, there are some alternatives. That yogurt idea sounds pretty good. What about something like tahini? That has a fairly mild taste and might complement the other ingredients really well. Let us know what you try and what you think. Thanks for being in touch 🙂

    2. It’s funny you mention yogurt. We made the recipe last night and one of my first thoughts was to change the mayo to yogurt! 🙂 I think it would work well.

  26. Hi! I’m not vegan but I enjoy a lot of vegan recipes because I love veggies 🙂 A friend of mine (who is vegan) suggested trying a chickpea sandwich, I found your recipe and I’ll be trying it next week. It looks yummy! 🙂 I’ve seen a few suggestions of adding lemon juice and some dill – have you ever tried that? (Just wondering how much it would change the taste.)

    1. Hi Natalie!
      Actually we had a previous reader suggest dill and we use it all the time now. It’s a great taste. Lemon juice might be really nice too. Give it a try, you probably can’t go wrong. 🙂
      If you do, please let us know how it turns out.


      1. Thanks for the reply! We made it last night and added a generous squirt of lemon juice, and some fresh dill. I really liked it! My husband wasn’t so sure – I think it might need an extra kick for him, so we’ll play with the recipe some more and maybe try some mustard in there next time. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this though, it’s definitely going to be a lunch staple for me.

  27. I make “miracle whip” but using silken tofu, apple cider vinegar, salt, mustard and stevia together in the high speed blender. It’s wonderful stuff. Goes great with your better than tuna salad!

    1. Hi Alison, really not sure about that, since we don’t recommend using “normal” mayo. But, pre-vegan, we wouldn’t keep something around that long.

  28. I’ve only been vegetarian a few weeks. It’s going very well, but I’m not quite ready to go total vegan. Just made this recipe tonight (with moracle whip, because thats what i had on-hand) and I am so thankful to have found it! This will be my lunch staple. I imagine it would be good on cucumbers too. Thanks so much for sharing, and for making it easier to say no to meat. 😉

    1. Hi Michele, we are so happy that you gave it a try! If its helping you to say “no” to meat – thats even better! 🙂 We love to hear that.
      This is something that we make a lot, ourselves, and the idea of putting it on cucumbers is great. It’s yummy on a bed of greens with a little dressing, too (or in a wrap, on rice cakes, or a fork, lol)

      Hope you have a chance to try some of our other meals on the blog – please let us know!

      Greg & Georgia

  29. Hi! This sounds like a great recipe! We are new to vegan recipes and don’t have any vegan mayo around. What else could be added instead?? Thank you!!

    1. Hi Maria,

      Welllll, thats a little tricky. 🙂
      We were just discussing this the other day, though and it was suggested to try avocado. Not sure how well that would work though and we haven’t tried it yet. But I did search a little bit and found these recipes for making your own!
      The interesting thing about the second one is that it uses “aquafaba” as a primary ingredient. Since you are new to vegan recipes this may be an unfamiliar name. Its the liquid that chickpeas are canned in (yes, seriously, LOL). If you keep it when you drain the chickpeas (rather than sending it down the drain) you can use it in a similar manner to egg whites. Kind of wild, but it actually works!

      Its a very popular thing right now. We always make our chickpeas from dry so it doesn’t work quite the same.

      So nice to hear that you are giving our recipe a try. Are you just starting out as vegans? Please let us know if we can be any help!

      Greg and Georgia

    1. Hi Holly!

      Yay! We have it a LOT, ourselves. As a matter of fact, we are just finishing a batch that I made last night. It never lasts long around here. 🙂
      Thanks for letting us know!


    1. Hi Nicki, thats something that we are working on for our recipes (sorry we don’t have it done, yet…). But I can give you this estimate: the entire recipe is approximately 1200 calories, 55g fat, 125g carb, 37g protein. You should be able to get 8 1/2cup servings from a batch.
      That means that a single serving is about 150 calories, 7g fat, 15.5g carb, 5g protein
      These numbers are very rough and should be taken as guidelines. Hope this helps!

  30. I like the idea of vegan tuna, but specifically have an issue with this particular vegan tuna recipe. It’s missing, well, the tuna essence of a typical tuna sandwich. Where’s the seafood replica? This could very well be called a vegan chicken sandwich or vegan egg salad sandwich as well since it could visually pass for those sandwiches too. I’m all for a kinder sandwich, but I’m not loving the misleading recipe title.

    1. Hi Casey,

      Thanks for being in touch and for your comment. Your point is a good one – but we aren’t trying to replicate a taste as much as a type of food, a function if you will. For non-vegans a tuna sandwich is that quick and easy “go-to” for lunches at school and work. Its inexpensive, easy to make, and flavorful. That is our approach with this recipe. Does that make more sense?
      Now, if you want to make it a little more “fish” in it’s taste then consider adding a little dried wakame. We have done that occasionally and you may find that it adds that quality that you are looking for.

    2. I’ve been a vegetarian for almost 30 years. As we encourage people to try alternative products familiar names are used for context. The stores and recipe sites are full of these. Beefless stew, meatless buffalo wings, black bean burgers to name a few. Its not to replicate a certain flavor so you still feel like you’re eating beef or fish. Its using something else with different flavors, textures. While I get your point you can say the same thing if it was called a vegan chicken salad sandwich. It’s not about the name.

    3. Hi, if you really want a fishy flavour, try adding kelp powder, be careful to add it gradually as it seems to get very strong all of a sudden, no taste and then bam fishy overload!!

  31. This is my go to for a week’s worth of lunch! It’s so easy and yummy. Thank you so much! XOXO

    1. Thanks Heidy! You’re so sweet to let us know 😄. It’s a regular player in our house too! By the way, we have another “Better Than…” recipe coming up very soon, so keep your eyes open (or sign up for emails so you will know immediately 😉).

  32. […] Vegan Tuna Salad Sandwich from Full of Beans is amazing! I was a little nervous about this at first. I have great dislike of actual tuna salad, as a kid it was something I ate a lot of and never really liked. My hubby wanted try this vegan version so I made it and reluctantly tried it. To my surprise it is DELICIOUS definitely better than real tuna salad in my book. […]

  33. Hello! Really glad I found this recipe!! And your blog! Totally going to try it! Just wondering if I were to make it without the mayo would it be okay after a few hours at room temperature (29 degrees Celsius ) thank you!!

    1. Hi Hannah, well we are really happy that you found this recipe and our blog, too!
      If you make this recipe with a vegan mayonnaise such as Just Mayo, or Veganaise, then it will absolutely be fine for several hours. Without any mayonnaise like that at all I am sure it would be fine, too. The problem with a regular mayonnaise, of course, is that it has egg in it and you have to be careful about not refrigerating foods made with that. Does this answer your question?

      1. Although regular mayonnaise contains egg, unless it is homemade it has been pasteurized and has a low enough ph that it does not foster the growth of bacteria, despite rumors to the contrary. It doesn’t spoil quickly at all! So don’t worry about it- unless your other ingredients are on the edge, the mayo will not be the culprit in a biological fiasco.

        1. Hi Maria,
          Yes, that is correct about commercially prepared mayonnaise, but it still needs to be kept at refrigerator temperatures. Under those conditions it is fine for weeks and weeks. Unrefrigerated for hours and hours in a sandwich, on the other hand, you are taking a certain risk. Which is the situation Hannah was asking about. But from our point of view, making it vegan (no eggs) avoids the issue altogether. A win all around.

  34. I make Chickpea salad alllll the time. I’ve never tried it with carrots – I usually use cucumber – but I will try it this way next time. Yum!

  35. This is one of my favorite things. Sometimes I use soaked sunflower seeds if I forgot to soak chickpeas. It boggles my mind how much more I enjoy this even than I did what I thought was my “beloved” tuna! Such a kinder meal!

    1. Isn’t it wonderful? We feel exactly the same way about being a “kinder meal”. I was just explaining to a co-worker today about the problems with tuna, as a matter of fact, and how you could have al the taste you love without the consequences.
      – Greg

      1. Hi!
        The yield is a really good question and it depends on how you pack your sandwiches. We often make wraps, which hold more that two slices of bread, so its hard to say. Guessing, I’d estimate 8-10, but I bet 12 is possible if you put a lot of other items in the sandwich. Hope this helps!

          1. Hi Lisbeth! Great question. I would try chopping up some parsley, a seeded cucumber or even an apple. Please let us know how it turns out.

    2. I just made this and ate it on some wheat crackers. It was magic to my taste buds. I live in Jamaica where some vegan ingredients are sometimes hard to find. This one was perfect!!!

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