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Need a healthy and delicious lunch? I thought you might! This keto avocado egg salad recipe a healthy blend of hard boiled eggs, avocado, and seasonings. You might not think of avocado and egg salad as a combination that goes together, but it totally does! I normally make my own avocado oil mayo for classic keto egg salad, but avocado actually makes a creamy swap that’s just as delicious.
You get a similar texture but different flavor profile – because avocado goes with lime, red onions, cilantro, and jalapenos. This combo makes the best avocado egg salad, trust me. 😉
One thing stays the same, though, and that’s time. If you have hard boiled eggs on hand, it comes together in just 10 minutes!
Can You Make Egg Salad With Avocado?
Oh yes, you can definitely make egg salad with avocado. And it. is. delicious.
How To Make Avocado Egg Salad
This avocado and egg salad recipe takes just 10 minutes to prep! Here’s how to make avocado egg salad really quickly:
- Mash avocado. Mash the avocado and lime juice with sea salt, leaving some chunks.
- Fold in the add-ins. Add cilantro, red onion, celery, and jalapenos, and fold until just combined. Don’t over mix, so you preserve those avocado chunks!
- Add eggs. Gently fold in hard boiled eggs, mashing the yolks a little. Adjust salt and jalapenos to taste.
- Garnish. Especially if you’re serving your keto egg avocado salad plain, I say garnishes are a must! I like to add more egg slices, jalapeno slices, cilantro, and lime slices for squeezing.
How To Serve Keto Egg Salad With Avocado
Of course, if you want a more fun way to eat it than just a fork, you totally can. I’ve got plenty of ideas on how to eat avocado and egg salad. You can’t go wrong with these:
- Sandwich – Make an avocado egg salad sandwich with one of my keto breads (90 second keto bread for classic white bread flavor and almond flour bread for wheat bread flavor).
- Lettuce wrap – Serve up the avo egg salad in lettuce cups. Iceberg, romaine, and bibb all work well. Here are ALL my lettuce wrap tips and tricks.
- Crackers – Scoop up the salad with my almond flour crackers or your favorite cracker.
- Vegetables – Use sliced cucumber, celery sticks, or mini bell peppers to scoop away. Find the full keto vegetables list here.
Avocado And Egg Salad FAQs
Does avocado egg salad turn brown?
Avocado and egg salad will turn brown after a few days and while it may not look as appealing, it’s totally safe to eat!
Often times, it’s only brown on the top layer, so you could remove that, or just mix it up and it will be mostly green again.
Is avocado egg salad keto friendly?
Yes, this keto avocado and egg salad has only 3.2 grams of net carbs per serving! It’s loaded with healthy fats, fiber, and protein, too. It makes a perfect keto meal.
Keto Avocado Egg Salad Storage Instructions
Can you make it ahead?
While this avocado egg salad recipe is best made fresh, you can make it a day or two in advance if you really want to.
A better option is to mix up the egg salad, but don’t add the mashed avocado until right before serving if you don’t want to deal with brown avocado.
How long does avocado egg salad last?
Avocado egg salad will last for 1-2 days in the refrigerator.
Can you freeze avocado egg salad?
No, I don’t recommend freezing it. Hard boiled eggs get a weird texture when freezing, and the avocado will turn brown.
More Keto Avocado Recipes
Obviously I looooooove avocados (you’ve seen my logo, right?!)! If you like this easy avocado egg salad recipe, you might also like some of these other keto avocado recipes:
- Avocado Tuna Salad – If avocado salads are your thing, this is the next one you need to make! Ready in just 10 minutes.
- Homemade Guacamole – This is the best! Ready in 5 minutes, I also share tips on how to keep it from turning brown.
- Avocado Omelette – Fluffy, flavorful, and perfect every time. Definitely don’t need to be low carb to enjoy this one.
- Egg Stuffed Avocado – Easy, fast, and the perfect way to start your day.
- Strawberry Avocado Smoothie – Want to hide your avocado? This simple smoothie requires just FOUR ingredients, and you’d never know there’s avocado in it.
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Tools To Make :
Click the links below to see the items used to make this recipe.
- Avocado Saver – If you love avocado as much as we do, you know you need this avocado saver. It’s the best method for preserving them… that actually works.
- Lime Squeezer – The best way to get lemon and lime juice, fast!
- Egg Chopper – This simple tool quickly and easily chops hard boiled eggs. So convenient!
Avocado Egg Salad Recipe
The EASIEST, healthy, naturally keto avocado egg salad recipe! You need just 7 simple ingredients + 10 minutes to make avocado and egg salad.
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Mash the avocado and lime juice together with sea salt, leaving some chunks.
Fold in the cilantro, red onion, celery, and jalapenos, until just combined.
Gently, fold in the hard boiled eggs, mashing the yolks a little. Adjust salt and jalapenos to taste if needed.
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Serving size: 1/2 cup
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Where does nutrition info come from? Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from the USDA Food Database. You can find individual ingredient carb counts we use in the Low Carb & Keto Food List. Net carb count excludes fiber, erythritol, and allulose, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. (Learn about net carbs here.) We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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