In the spirit of keeping breakfast and snack time as simple as possible, I present you with this easy Avocado Baked Eggs idea. It’s everything you’ve ever wanted in a healthy, low carb, high protein breakfast: filling, tasty, and easy. And in the spirit of keeping life interesting, I’ve included a hilarious video of some guy rapping about eggs – because, why not?
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Forget Wheaties – the real breakfast of champions is Avocado Baked Eggs. A simple, hassle-free idea for your morning meal or mid-day snack that’s keto-friendly, gluten-free, and heart-healthy.
Think about it – when you combine the heart-healthy fats from avocado with the protein of an egg, you create a winning breakfast that will keep hunger at bay for way longer than any carb-loaded breakfast cereal – with or without Bruce Jenner on it.
Avocado Baked Eggs Nutrition
Did I mention this was a healthy recipe for any eating style? Here’s the low down on what you can expect nutrition-wise from this breakfast idea.
Net Carbs: 1.6
WW SmartPoints 4
What You Need To Make Avocado Baked Eggs
Salt & pepper
Make It Less Boring With These Optional Toppings
If you think it needs “a little something” go ahead and add some cheddar cheese, goat cheese, crumbled bacon, chives, or hot sauce.
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Or Make Your Life Less Boring With This Video
Y’all, I looked for an egg stuffed avocado rap, but it turns out not too many folks are writing rhymes about that – but this one will work in a pinch.
Here’s How To Make (Basic) Avocado Baked Eggs
Wash and slice the avocados – and preheat your oven to 425.
Remove the pit, and scoop out room for the egg (about one tablespoon depending on the size of the avocado)
Now it’s time to figure out how you’re going to bake these.
You do not need special equipment – in fact – I encourage you to be as old school as possible here and think outside of the
box – um, baking pan.
One way you can do it is by positioning the avocado halves on a sheet pan very close together, so they don’t tip over. (If you go this route, expect some of your egg whites to spill over onto your pan. Because it’s going to happen.)
Bake at 425 – for an average of 15 minutes, depending on your oven and how you like your eggs.
Soft-Boiled Eggs: 12-13 Minutes
Medium-Boiled Eggs: 15-18 Minutes
Hard-Boiled Eggs: 18-20 Minutes
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Baked Avocado Eggs are a fabulous way to start the day! If you need a healthy, low carb breakfast that’s packed with heart-healthy fats and protein and doesn’t take a lot of effort or time, then you’ll love these egg stuffed avocados.
- 3 large avocados
- 6 eggs
- Salt & pepper
- Wash & slice avocados (lengthwise)
- Remove the pit, and scoop out room for the egg (about one tablespoon depending on the size of the avocado)
- Position the avocado halves close together in a baking dish so that they don’t tip, use ramekins, or set them inside a muffin tin.
- Crack the egg directly into the avocado half
- Season with salt & pepper
- Bake at 425 for 15-20 minutes (Depending on how you like your eggs:)
- Soft-Boiled Eggs: 12-13 Minutes
- Medium-Boiled Eggs: 15-18 Minutes
- Hard-Boiled Eggs: 18-20 Minutes
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- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Oven
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: breakfast, healthy, avocado, low carb, keto, Weight Watchers, Paleo, Whole30, keto breakfast, clean eating breakfast
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