Delicious and Healthy Baked Avocado Egg

by Cookie
Baked avocado withe eggs

Baked eggs in avocado are a super delicious way to start your day healthy. These appetizers loaded with proteins and low carbs are easy to make, require minimal time, and are a healthy snack to whip up any day of the week. 

Breakfasts are the most important meals of the day. They should be packed with proteins, should be hearty, delicious, and easy to make. Many of us face days when you don’t know what to prepare for breakfast or dinner. This is my problem, as well. That’s why I try to always explore different recipes and ideas. 

Baked avocado withe eggs

In my family, avocado is a beloved veggie or fruit. I try to always have it in my fridge as it saves me a lot of time when I want a quick and yummy appetizer, either a salad or baked avocado. Because it has an earthy taste, all the spices are welcomed. Who would have thought that baking an avocado could turn out to be so easy and so delish?

If you haven’t yet tried these baked eggs in avocados, then you have to try them to see how minimal cooking tools you need, but how healthy they are.   

These easy and healthy halves of avocado filled with eggs can be one of the options to correctly start your day. Also, you can easily fill the avocado halves with ham, tomatoes, chili peppers, cheese, and other ingredients you have available. I think you won’t go wrong with any ingredient. People that are on diet or keto diet will find this recipe useful and helpful. Also, these avocado topped with eggs is a great substantial for a meatless breakfast. You may think that a halved avocado won’t be enough, but you will be satiated as they are super nutritious. Baked avocado eggs, or egg stuffed avocado, are loaded with flavors, packed with proteins and healthy fats, as well as super delicious. This recipe has already become my family-favorite, as we try to eat avocados almost every day. 

How to bake an egg in an avocado?

Baked avocado withe eggs

These delicious avocados with eggs baked inside contain naturally good fats and are a good source of fibers and proteins. To bake perfect eggs for avocado you have to make larger and nice-looking avocado holes. In my family, we like to eat hard eggs so I baked them for about 13 minutes. In case you like sunny-side up or over-easy eggs then you will have to bake them around 5-7 minutes. 

How to make a baked avocado egg?

Usually, I use 2 ripe avocados and 4 fresh and qualitative eggs. Firstly, I cut halves the avocados, throw the seeds and fill with fresh eggs. In case you have smaller avocados, you can larger the holes to properly fill with the eggs, or you can throw some egg whites. Season the eggs with some salt, a pinch of pepper and some flakes of paprika for a better taste and aroma. 

Baked avocado withe eggs ingredients

Take a baking pan, put avocados with the skin-side-down and bake 13 minutes if you want them hard. Bake in preheated oven 180 °C (350 °F) until the eggs look the way you would like to eat them. Top some cheese or greenies over the baked avocados. 

Serve immediately with a slice of fresh baguette. 

Are avocados and eggs healthy?

Fresh avocados and qualitative eggs are a good combination and a great source of health. Both of them are good proteins, contain healthy fats, and fibers, as well as low in carbs. This healthy recipe offers a lot of health benefits and is a popular dish in the dietary menu. 

Baked avocado withe eggs

Fresh ripe avocados are a very healthy and tasty veggie used in many recipes. Combined with eggs, this morning snack will give you energy, nutrients for the whole day.  

So, yes paired eggs and avocados are healthy, useful, and beneficial. You will want to start eating this easy and comfort recipe every day. 

How long baked avocado with egg lasts?

This recipe is one super-easy. You don’t need to make it ahead or to re-cook eggs as they will lose their taste, healthiness, and benefits. These baked avocado with eggs are ready in just 10-12 minutes. The only moment you can prepare in advance, is the garnish, the cheese, or ham you will like to add. I wouldn’t recommend baking the eggs in avocado in advance.  

Baked avocado withe eggs

Recipe tips:

  • A ripe avocado is a must for this recipe as they are easier to cut and bake. I think no one wants to eat a hard avocado.
  • In case you don’t have a ripe and smooth one, you can leave it at room temperature for 2 days and then use it.
  • Top the avocado with hen or quilt eggs. My mom uses quilt eggs much more often.
  • Top the avocado with ham, cheese, tomatoes, pepper, or salmon. 
  • Garnish the baked avocado eggs with chopped chives, spring onion, or paprika flakes.

These ultimate baked avocado eggs create a delicious and healthy low carb friendly breakfast recipe. Loaded with flavors, this easy dish will quickly become one of your favorites. Try to make your start of the day more interesting and tastier with this avocado egg baked. Build better breakfasts for your family.  

Baked avocado withe eggs

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Delicious and Healthy Baked Avocado Egg

Baked eggs in avocado are a super delicious way to start your day healthy. These appetizers loaded with proteins and low carbs are easy to make, require minimal time, and are a healthy snack to whip up any day of the week. 


Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time13 mins
Total Time18 mins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast
Cuisine: european, Mexican
Keyword: baked avocado egg, Baked avocado recipe
Servings: 3
Calories: 304kcal
Author: Cookie

Equipment

  • baking pan

Ingredients

  • 2 avocados
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp olive oil
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 pinch pepper
  • 1 pinch paprika

Instructions

  • Cut halves the avocados, throw the seeds and fill with fresh eggs.
  • Preheat the oven at 180 °C (350 °F).
  • Take a baking pan, put avocados with the skin-side-down and bake 13 minutes if you want them hard.
  • Garnish with some chopped chives or spring onions.
  • Serve immediately with a slice of fresh baguette. 


Nutrition

Calories: 304kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 26g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 218mg | Sodium: 106mg | Potassium: 731mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 512IU | Vitamin C: 13mg | Calcium: 49mg | Iron: 2mg

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