Easy Avocado Deviled Eggs – Looking for healthy food FUN food for kids on Easter? Wow them with our Naturally Dyed Avocado Deviled Eggs!
My poor sweet baby girl broke her collar bone last week so we’re keeping it low key for Mini Chef Mondays. She was so upset and started to cry when I was making breakfast the next morning.. She said “Now I’m too broken for Mini Chef Mondays”. I truly enjoy doing Mini Chef Mondays and cooking with her every chance I get and she loves it just as much!
My mini chef is picky about hard boiled eggs and pretty much refuses to eat them unless she’s in the mood which is rare. So we figured instead of dying eggs this year, we’d dye our deviled eggs! We love to make avocado deviled eggs and you can see our Avocado Deviled egg Christmas Trees here! They’re so good and the pepper crunch works really well too!
Thankfully my mini chef loves avocado so we use a whole avocado with some citrus and then the typical things you’d find in deviled eggs. She loves to mash, mash, mash! We have so much fun in the kitchen together!
Monday is our day to spend time together and really have fun with food. We’re not making breakfast for everyone, we’re not making lunch for everyone, we’re not making dinner for everyone, we’re simply making a fun recipe together for us! Right after we take all the pictures we have fun eating our creations! I think she enjoys this part most of all when we make sweets, since we typically do our posts in the morning to get good lighting.
Avocado Deviled Eggs
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- 6 hardboiled eggs , shells removed
- 1 avocado
- 1 tablespoon mayo
- 1 lemon , juiced
- 1 tablespoon mustard
- pinch of salt and pepper
- *cilantro or parsley for garnish
- Slice open eggs and remove the yolks.
- Place the yolks into a bowl the whites into your serving dish.
- Mash the yolks with remaining ingredients.
- Pipe filling into egg white halves. (we used a zippered sandwich baggy)
- Top cilantro or parsley
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Learn how to naturally dye eggs on Know Your Produce! 🙂
I am hosting Mini Chef Mondays along with 11 fabulous bloggers!
Be sure to check out each of their Mini Chef posts as well!
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- Bunny Rabbit Pancake // Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps
- Mini Chicken Pot Pies // Step Stool Chef
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- Strawberry Pineapple Kale Smoothie // Mom’s Messy Miracles
- Cooking with Kids: Keeping it Safe // O’Boy! Organic
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Diana Johnson @ Eating Richly Even When You're Broke
Love the dyed eggs, and that they’re naturally dyed. So pretty!
I never thought to color the actual egg itself. Thee look really nice and delicious too!
Kristen @A Mind Full MOm
I love these and your sweet daughter!! I am so happy to find you. I am all about my passion for healthy families and healthy food. I can not wait to follow more of MIni Chefs and maybe help contribute to such a great cause!!
Avocado was the ONLY solid food my daughter would eat as a baby. She still loves it. Going to try this for a fun twist on deviled eggs!
Megan @ MegUnprocessed.com
Loved that you used natural dye and not the chemicals! Your little helper is so cute!
Ashley - Baker by Nature
Alice @ Hip Foodie Mom
love that you used natural dyes!!!