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Keto Loaded Avocado Baked Eggs Recipe


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The first time I ever had a baked avocado was in late February 2020 at a local restaurant, right before COVID became a serious thought in the US. It was fantastic and filled with crab, shrimp, bacon, three cheeses and covered in a balsamic reduction. That's a little fancy for a regular meal, though I have attempted to replicate it at home. It makes a great dinner dish, but I'm not much of a seafood person in the morning. 

Finding a variety of uses for the avocado for breakfast has been a challenge for me. The only things I knew to do with avocados for breakfast was to eat raw with a bit of salt (or salt-substitute) and avocado toast, neither of which require any effort at all. If you have a bit more time, I highly recommend putting forth the effort to make these keto-friendly loaded avocado baked eggs.

Before you get started, there are two things you need to know! 

  • Be sure to use LARGE avocados and MEDIUM eggs to prevent overflowing. 
  • You can stabilize the avocado halves in the oven by resting them on top of muffin pan holes rather than using a flat baking sheet.
Let's go! 

keto, ketogenic, avocado, eggs
breakfast
Yield: 4
Author: melsaywhat
Keto Loaded Avocado Baked Eggs

Keto Loaded Avocado Baked Eggs

Prep time: 5 Min 
Cook time: 25 Min 
Total time: 30 Min

With just five ingredients and optional garnish, these keto-friendly loaded avocado baked eggs will amp up your avocado breakfast game.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Instructions

Instructions

Notes:

Be sure to use LARGE avocados and MEDIUM eggs to prevent overflowing.

You can stabilize the avocado halves in the oven by resting them on top of muffin pan holes rather than using a flat baking sheet.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

356.09

Fat (grams)

29.41

Sat. Fat (grams)

8.77

Carbs (grams)

10.08

Fiber (grams)

6.87

Net carbs

3.21

Sugar (grams)

1.03

Protein (grams)

15.68

Sodium (milligrams)

435.36

Cholesterol (grams)

194.37
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