I think the best explanation for Tinbucktuna would be it is a skillet version of Tuna Noodle Casserole. I thought it was pretty good. Could have maybe used a little bit more flavor (maybe like some salt?), but super easy and fast to make!
I made this meal, start to finish, with a green salad for the side, in under 30 minutes. I LOVE these kind of meals! It also didn't take a whole bunch of ingredients that were hard to find or that had to be prepped. The only vegetable that I had to actually chop was the onion, but other than that, everything else was frozen or canned/packaged. I know that sometimes this isn't the way you really want to go with your meals, but some days it is just easier and some days I just really need easier!
The recipe did come from the Eat, Shrink and Be Merry Cookbook, so it is a lighter version of the regular old Tuna Noodle Casserole. I think the recipe does call for whole grain pasta (I used the vegetable pasta again), light cheeses, lower fat condensed cream of mushroom soup, and light sour cream. I used some stuff "light" and some regular because I was going with what I had in my pantry. I am sure if you used all the "light" ingredients, it would definitely cut down on some calories!!
My whole family seemed to like this meal, so I think I will be making it again. Probably on another day that a fast, easy meal needs to be made! :)