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Avocado Deviled Eggs (easy low carb snack ideas)

Are you a fan of Guacamole? Then these delicious Avocado Deviled Eggs are the perfect party appetizer or snack!  (And bonus, if sharing, your guests will never know they’re low carb!)

Avocado Deviled eggs recipe

We’re officially two months into the New Year – how are you keeping up with your resolutions and goals? If you, like me and so many others, made a goal related to eating healthier or cutting carbs, I have the perfect recipe for you today!  These Avocado Deviled Eggs are low carb with all the protein of eggs and the oh-so-tasty) health benefits of avocados.  You’ll love these as a low carb snack!

low carb snack ideas: how to make avocado deviled eggs

Bonus – they taste so good that EVERYONE will devour them, without even considering they may be low carb. I don’t know about your family but mine tends to not be a fan of most “low carb” snacks, and I have to strong-arm them into just giving them a taste lol!  (prime example: my low carb cheesecake recipe.)

We eat a lot of eggs and I find the easiest way to cook them for recipes like deviled eggs (or just eating plain) is in my pressure cooker. I can usually cook 18 or so at a time and when you cook eggs in a pressure cooker, they peel like a dream and you get a perfect looking egg – which is great if you are taking them somewhere.

Don’t have a pressure cooker, but been thinking about getting one?  I suggest looking at these:

Pressure Cooker Recommendations:

If you would like to browse a few more creative low carb snack ideas, be sure to check out my low carb recipe category here => Low Carb recipes. (Even thought it’s not a snack, you definitely don’t want to miss that chili dog casserole recipe!)

low carb snack ideas: guacamole deviled eggs

Another great thing about these Avocado Deviled Eggs? They’re EASY and customizable. Really, you can make these with only four ingredients, though when I have guacamole on hand, I skip everything and just mix 1/2 cup of guacamole with the egg yolks.  It’s also super easy to add a little kick with more hot sauce or skip it completely for a crowd that may not enjoy the spice.

Whenever I make these for a party, I also make sure to leave a plate of them at home for me to eat as a guilt-free snack later!

This recipe only uses 6 eggs but it’s very easy to double or triple it.

how to make guacamole deviled eggs

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Are you a fan of Guacamole? Then these delicious Avocado Deviled Eggs are the perfect party appetizer or snack!  (And bonus, if sharing, your guests will never know they're low carb!)

Avocado Deviled Eggs

  • Author: Jamie Sanders

Description

Are you a fan of Guacamole? Then these delicious Avocado Deviled Eggs are the perfect party appetizer or snack!  (And bonus, if sharing, your guests will never know they’re low carb!)


Ingredients

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  • 6 eggs, hardboiled, peeled and cooled
  • ½  cup avocado
  • 2 tsp red onion, finely minced
  • ½ tomato, deseeded and diced small
  • ½ tsp hot sauce (optional)
  • garnish, cilantro (optional)

Instructions

  1. Carefully, empty the yolks from the eggs into a small bowl
  2. Add the guacamole to the yolks and mash to combine
  3. Add salt and pepper, and optional hot sauce if using.
  4. Fold in the red onion and mix well.
  5. Spoon the filling into the egg cavities.
  6. Top with the tomatoes and garnish with optional cilantro.

Enjoy!


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3 Comments

  1. I’d like to make and take these to a St. Patrick’s Day event. Does your recipe really call for guacamole or the plain avocado? I may have to improvise!

    1. avocado, but I don’t see why you couldn’t use guacamole and leave out the onion and optional hot sauce.

      1. Thank you for your quick reply! Getting ready to try them now!

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