Want a quick and easy breakfast that is also healthy? This Air Fried Egg Cooked In Avocado is not only delicious as a breakfast item.
The air fryer avocado egg equally, makes a great side dish that can be done in about 15 minutes or less.
This air fryer avocado recipe is a deliciously stuffed avocado filled with an egg and seasoned with salt and pepper and parsley os sprinkle on some chili powder to make a perfectly healthy breakfast, snack, or even meal option.
Serve with a side of fresh fruit, cooked bacon, or even squeeze on a little lime juice. And bonus, this avocado egg is low carb and keto!
Air Fryer Baked Avocado Egg
You could even go a step further and swap out the whole egg for just the egg whites if you want a lower cholesterol option.
You could also use avocado slices or eve Air Fryer Avocado Fries, then separately fry up some large eggs and serve the cooked egg over top of the fries.
How To Make Fried Avocado In The Air Fryer
- cut the avocados in half and remove the pit
- crack 1 egg per avocado into the halves
- bake in a baking dish or directly in the air fryer basket or oven
Making these in the air fryer was really easy and so was clean up. All you have to do is crack the egg into your avocado halves, then place into the air fryer basket, the oven works and cook.
Alternatively, if you don't have an air fryer, you can cook in your oven at about 425 degrees Fahrenheit for around 16-18 minutes or until your egg is cooked the way you like it.
This air fried avocado recipe is versatile as well. Feel free to toss in some crumbled bacon or even turkey bacon, play around with spices, top with cheese, or tomatoes for a whole new flavor combination.
What Are The Benefits Of Eating Avocado?
First off, did you know that avocado is a fruit, not a vegetable? Avocado is considered the "fruit" of the tree! Avocados are bursting with nutrients that are great to incorporate into your daily diet.
From good ole guacamole to avocado toast, and now these tasty air cried avocado eggs. You can find tons of recipes to use avocado, so you don't get bored of them.
Because avocados have a really thick outer skin it helps protect them even better from pesticides.
If you like to buy organic go right ahead, but if you want to save some money don't worry about organic. Their thick skin really helps protect them better than say strawberries that have tons of little areas pesticides can latch on.
Avocados contain vitamin C, E, K, B6, B5, and even some vitamin A. You can also find they are full of potassium, magnesium, folate, and more. As you can see just at a glimpse of this, this little fruit is a star item to incorporate into your dishes as a topping or for the main course.
- Avocado is a heart-healthy food with monounsaturated fatty acids.
- Contain more potassium than bananas
- High in fiber
- Great for healthy skin
- Calms bad breath
- Great for morning sickness and nausea during pregnancy
- Great for healthy eyes
- AND more!
As you can see these benefits are really wonderful and there are so many more reasons why you should eat avocado.
If you are a huge avocado fan, then you should definitely try out this Homemade Avocado ranch dressing.