Do You Like Your Eggs Baked In Avocado?

Eggs Baked In Avocado

Eggs Baked In Avocado

#Food, #foodie, #foodporn, #instafood, these are just four of the famous hashtags related to food that you also may have been checking since you joined Instagram. But why would anyone search for these particular hashtags? Is it just to drool yourself over those filtered posted instapic of food your instafriends had? Or is it just to get some new cooking ideas or inspiration on what food to prepare for the next meal?

In my case, I take the latter and that is to get something new and something to try cooking.

After I have tried Rosa Mexicano’s guacamole together with my brood during the Rock The Guac session in their Dubai Mall branch, avocado has become a regular part of my family’s grocery list. Every time I explore my Instagram using the above four hashtags, I oftentimes see those eggs baked in avocado.

So, why not bring out the ala-Anthony Bourdain in me once again and work it out in the kitchen?

Here are The Ingredients and the DIY steps

Ripe avocado/s (Haas avocados, best variant)
Salt & Pepper (to taste)

– preheat the oven to 200 °C
– thoroughly wash and slice the avocado into half and remove the pit
– crack an egg, one on each slice of avocado
– drizzle with salt and ground pepper
– into the oven and cook for 15 to 20 minutes
– serve

Avocado one

Ripe avocado

Avocado with egg for baking

Eggs set perfectly in the centre

Baked avocado with egg

Eggs Baked In Avocado is ready to serve

Looking at the pics, you can see that the eggs were perfectly cooked and how the avocado sides begin to crumple.


My wife tried and tasted it but unfortunately, she didn’t like it. I don’t know why and she can’t even explain it to me properly why.  It’s just that it doesn’t taste good and she prefers having eggs and avocados as separates, not as a duo. Well, that’s according to her which goes the same for all those “eggs baked in avocado” haters you can find on the net. LOL!

Yes, eating this egg and avocado dish is like hitting two birds in one stone as the two main ingredients are both cholesterol. Fortunately, avocado is a good cholesterol.

In contrast, I ate mine, and it tasted good. Not great though but good enough. The taste of the baked egg is pretty much the same, except that it doesn’t have trans fat because there’s no oil used. And the avocado tasted just the same when it’s raw. It’s just that your tastebud is now a bit influenced by the thought that it is already cooked.

Would I suggest this for you try it out? Yes, why not! Eggs baked in avocado is worth a try.

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A Filipino expat in Dubai, an online ad specialist, a social media influencer, a photographer wannabe, a music lover, a loving husband and a loving father, a movie freak, a gadget geek, a foodie etcetera

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