Baked Avocado Eggs
Published Oct 25, 2015, Updated Sep 16, 2021
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This quick and easy baked egg in an avocado recipe is perfect for breakfast or snacking. It’s low in sugar and loaded with protein, healthy fats and fiber!
You guys… I made my television debut yesterday! I’ve never done any T.V. work before so accepting the spot was definitely taking me out of my comfort zone, but I said yes. I kept thinking of the “do something every day that scares you” quote and knew that I’d be nervous but that it was an awesome opportunity and one I couldn’t turn down.
On Friday I went shopping for a few of my favorite Non-GMO verified products and spent the remainder of the day practicing. I probably looked like a crazy woman talking to myself because I was definitely rehearsing the entire time I was shopping. Oh well, I’m sure the Whole Foods employees are used to people grumbling about GMOs under their breath. 😉
I also wanted to share the baked avocado egg recipe here because it’s a new favorite of mine. <— Y’all know I’m all about the healthy fats!!
Loaded with protein, healthy fat and loads of fiber, this quick and easy recipe is perfect for breakfast or snacking.
I know warm avocado might seem kind of strange but I’ve been hooked on it since we started grilling avocados last summer. Heating the avocado makes it even more creamy!
I like the baked avocado eggs warm but I also like them cold. A lot of the time I’ll make four at one time so I can refrigerate a few for a quick and portable breakfast or a fast post-workout snack. Easy peasy and only 2 ingredients. I top mine with salt, pepper and a little hot sauce!
Baked Avocado Eggs
- 1 avocado
- 2 eggs
- sea salt
- ground pepper
- hot sauce optional
- Preheat oven to 425°F.
- Slice avocado in half.
- Take out the pit and use a spoon to create larger holes for the eggs. The hole for the pit is usually too small to fit a whole egg.
- Place avocado halves in in a small baking dish lined with foil.
- Bake for 17-20 minutes or until egg is cooked through. Serve warm with sea salt, pepper and hot sauce. Store leftover avocados in the fridge to enjoy later.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
Congrats on being on TV! That’s so amazing! & the baked avocado with eggs looks really tasty!
Thank you Heidi. The baked avocado eggs are so good. I hope you’ll try the recipe. 🙂
Major congratulations on the tv appearance!!! And other fabulous recipe 🙂
Thank you for the support, Liz. Hope you are well. xoxo
Way to go on the tv appearance! I love your outfit!
Thank you, Erin. <3
Yay! Congrats girl! I’m sure you rocked it ????????????????????????????
Thanks lovely. <3
I love that you were on TV! 🙂 So fun! And the avocado egg thing!? I have to try!
You did such a great job on the program! And I love avocado eggs. So filling and good for you.
Hey you should start putting how long the food is good for in the fridge but overall great read ! Thanks !