Baked Egg Avocado is the perfect breakfast for the 30-Day Bikini Body Challenge or anytime! Avocado possesses the healthy fats that give you glowing skin, beautiful hair, and help burn unwanted fat.
Eggs often get dissed for their cholesterol properties when in fact, eggs contain nutritional properties that also help burn fat and have essential vitamins such as B12, vitamin D, and are a good source of protein.
Avocado is a delicious, healthy fruit
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Here, a half an avocado is slightly scooped out in the center where a whole egg is placed using an ice cream scoop. Both are then baked in a 400* oven for 12-13 minutes and then broiled until the top is lightly browned. Served with a dash of your favorite spice and topped with diced tomato, this Baked Egg Avocado is delicious for breakfast, lunch, or weekend brunch.
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Baked Egg Avocado
This “The Bikini Chef® Approved” recipe is the perfect breakfast for the 30Day Bikini Body Challenge or anytime! Avocado possesses the healthy fats that give you glowing skin, beautiful hair, and help burn unwanted fat.
- 1 medium ripe avocado
- 2 large eggs
- 1 medium roma tomato, seeded and diced
- pinch of cumin, paprika, or cayenne
- squeeze of lemon, optional
- pinch of sea salt and black pepper
- Preheat oven to 400*.
- Prep avocado by slicing in half and removing the pit.
- Secure avocado by slicing a tiny straight sliver on the curved outer skin to create a flat surface.
- Slightly scoop out some of the center of the avocado in order to cradle the egg and place on a parchment lined baking sheet.
- Crack egg in a separate small bowl.
- Using an ice cream scoop, gently scoop up egg and place in the center of the avocado.
- Bake egg avocado for 13 minutes.
- Turn heat to broil and broil for about 1 minute, 45 seconds to one minute just to brown the tops only.
- Remove from oven, place on a serving plate and top with diced tomato and a pinch of your spice of choice, salt and pepper.
- To eat, use a spoon.