Avocado Deviled Eggs – When I first spotted these green deviled eggs I was skeptical but, it’s Guacamole Deviled Eggs for the win with today’s deviled egg appetizer recipe! If you are hosting a brunch, dinner or just have hard boiled eggs you want to elevate this might just become your go to appetizer recipes for avocado deviled eggs.
I think you will love these deviled eggs bite after bite.
If you can’t muster up trying this avocado deviled egg recipe, pop over to see all our easy recipes. But, honestly I think you should try making them. They are the perfect appetizer for an Easter brunch, Mother’s day brunch dinner parties, a get together, back yard barbecue and even Cinco de Mayo. Not to mention using left over hard boiled eggs up.
Avocado Deviled Eggs
If you haven’t made your deviled eggs already you will want to hard boil 9-12 eggs and let them cool. For this recipe I used 12. If you use less reduce the amount of cooked egg yolk.
How to Hard Boil Eggs
- Start with a pot of cold water
- Gently add your eggs into the pot of water and make sure they are submerged
- Bring the water up to a gentle boil, then shut off the heat
- Let the eggs stay in the boiled water 12 minutes
- Take the pot and run cold water over your eggs
- Remove the shells from the eggs
- Rinse off
Guacamole Deviled Eggs
a dozen eggs (9 hard boiled eggs)
avocado (peeled, pitted and sliced)
1 jalapeno (seeded, which reduces the heat)
green onion (minced)
tomato (seeded and chopped)
cilantro (minced) and for garnish
sour cream (or reduced fat sour cream)
How to make Avocado Deviled Eggs
Wash, pat dry, mince, and chop all your fresh veggies and set to side in small bowls measured out.
Cut your hard boiled eggs in half. Take out the yolk and set to into a bowl. (Use 2 for the recipe, discard or save the rest for traditional deviled eggs) Peel, pit, and slice your avocado and add it to the bowl.
Guacamole Deviled Eggs
Mash your avocado and deviled eggs together.
Add in sour cream and half of your lime juice. And mix well. If it seems too thick add the rest of your lime juice, adjusting as needed. You want a creamy texture, not dry, not wet.
Add the rest of the ingredients and
mix well until smooth and creamy. Add more lime only if needed.
- Grab a zip lock storage bag, snip the corner edge at the bottom of the bag or use a piping bag.
- Fill your piping bag and pipe the guacamole mixture into the emptied hard boiled eggs.
- Repeat the process until your deviled eggs are completely filled.
- Garnish when done (optional)
It’s that simple! Now you have your avocado deviled eggs.
When ready to serve place your eggs on a hard boiled egg serving dish or other appetizer tray.
(Reminder) Keep chilled until serving time.
Also, I like using a deviled egg storage container. It’s great for in the fridge or taking the deviled eggs to pot lucks, friends, back yard barbecues and picnics…
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