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Deviled Eggs with Avocado

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Avocado Deviled Eggs are a brilliant and easy way to spice up the appetizer party platter with a unique twist on an old favorite.

No mayo is needed to create creamy, delicious, healthy deviled eggs that are also KETO friendly, low carb, and ready to make regular deviled eggs sit on the back burner.

These avocado-deviled eggs certainly do that. In a delicious twist on an appetizer favorite, deviled eggs are a MUST at all holiday gatherings. Plus, with bits of crispy bacon pieces, these go from bland to bold with a flavor and texture burst!

avocado deviled eggs with paprika topping


Yum! You won’t believe how easy it is to make healthier deviled eggs with avocado and sour cream as the perfect little snack! Classic recipe no more (or in addition to) for a unique and delicious change to a time-old favorite.

It’s so easy to make deviled eggs, as the key and time involved is mainly in the boiling of the eggs. Prep eggs up to 48 hours in advance.

Additionally, this recipe comes in handy when you have a couple of extra eggs from the Easter Hunt Egg pile! Not worried about the nutritional value of the egg? Try Deep Fried Deviled Eggs for a REAL Southern treat!

  • hard-boiled eggs
  • avocado
  • sour cream
  • lime
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • paprika
keto eggs on a plate

How to make Avocado Deviled Eggs

  • Boil and peel eggs and discard the shells.
  • Cut boiled eggs in half and put the yolk into a food processor and the white halves onto a plate.
  • Add avocado, sour cream, the juice of half a lime, and salt and pepper to the food processor.
  • Process for 20 seconds and then scrape down the sides of the bowl.
  • Process for another 20 seconds, making sure everything is smooth.

Expert Tips

Boiling Eggs

Before starting Keto Avocado Deviled Eggs, you must start with the egg! No matter whether eggs are pressure-cooked or boiled, having a solid-boiled egg is a requirement. Personally, I prefer to use the Ninja Foodi as they make easy peel hard-boiled eggs.

Once eggs are done and peeled, boiled eggs can be stored easily in the fridge, making for quick deviled egg prep.

RELATED EGG RECIPES: Ninja Foodi Hard Boiled Eggs, Sheet Pan Eggs, Old Fashioned Macaroni Salad and Eggs, Keto Egg Salad 

How to Fill Eggs

  1. Place a large tip into a disposable piping bag and fill the bag with the filling.
  2. Pipe the egg and avocado mixture into the center of the egg white shells.
  3. You can always just do a spoon scoop, but if serving at a party, piping with a pretty tip makes the centers even and beautiful!
avocado and egg  yolks in a food processor


Can you substitute sour cream for mayo?

Absolutely. While this deviled egg recipe has no mayo in the original recipe, it is easy to substitute for real mayo like a traditional deviled egg would be made.

What if my eggs are more yellow than green?

The color will depend on the balance of the green avocado, how yellow the egg yokes are, and the white sour cream. Often, when I see really green eggs, it’s because they removed the yellow yokes or used more white. It’s like playing with a food color wheel!

Will the centers turn brown because they have avocado?

Just like anything with avocado in it, the filling will brown. It may take a bit, but it will brown. I’d suggest using Fruit Fresh. Toss this in when you puree it all in the food processor.

What is the best way to boil an egg?

Eggs for deviled eggs should be solid. This is typically done by hard boiling an egg for 12 minutes. However, I prefer to use a pressure cooker. Use a pressure cooker to boil a ton of eggs at once quite easily! Check out my Ninja Foodi Hard Boiled Eggs tutorial for perfectly peeled eggs (which make great deviled eggs).

What piping bag tip was used for these Avocado Deviled Eggs?

I used Wilton 2D in an 18″ pastry bag. You may have leftover filling with this one. The leftovers would be really good spread on a meat sandwich

How long are deviled eggs ok for in the fridge?

Deviled eggs have a shelf life of approximately 1 day before they leak moisture into the container. They can still be eaten on day 2, but are best fresh. Additionally, the avocado center will brown, and while it doesn’t affect the flavor, it can be unappealing to some.

Are Deviled Eggs Keto & Healthier?

Even when not made with avocado, most deviled eggs are, in fact, KETO. The only concern is ensuring the deviled eggs are not made with extra additive ingredients like honey mustard.

But these Keto Deviled eggs are made with no mayo and mustard, and instead, bring in delicious high-fat Avocado.

Dietary:  These eggs are Low Carb, KETO Friendly and Gluten Free Side Dish.

Disclaimer: Dietary information is provided by Carb Manager. If you are on a KETO or Low Carb diet, always make sure to double-check your own information with this or My Fitness Pal based on the brands and weights you use. I am not responsible for the calculations, but I try to provide as much information as possible for readers to make informed decisions.

Topping Ideas

  • Sprinkle the tops of eggs with paprika (or smoked paprika).
  • Add a bit of spicy cayenne (just a bit!).
  • Finish with some crispy bacon pieces before serving. I have this amazing bacon recipe in the oven that makes keeping bacon crumbles on hand super easy.
  • Crumble some Blue Cheese, feta cheese, or goat cheese on top.
deviled eggs on a plate

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4.75 from 4 votes

Avocado Deviled Eggs { No Mayo, KETO }

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Keto Deviled eggs made with avocado and sour cream are a brilliant and easy way to spice up the appetizer party platter with a unique twist on an old favorite. No mayo needed to create a creamy delicious deviled egg that is KETO friendly, low carb and ready to make its debut. 


  • 6-8 hard boiled eggs
  • 1 avocado
  • 1/3 cup sour cream
  • 1/2 of a lime
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • paprika


  • Boil and Peel Eggs. Discard shells.
  • Cut boiled eggs in half and put the yellow yolk into a food processor and the white halves onto a plate.
  • Add 1 avocado, sour cream, juice of half a lime, salt and pepper into the food processor.
  • Process egg mixture for 20 seconds and then scrape down the sides of the bowl.
  • Process for another 20 seconds making sure yolk and avocado is smooth and creamy.
  • Place a large tip into a disposable piping bag and fill the bag with the filling.
  • Pipe avocado egg into the boiled egg white shells center.
  • Sprinkle with paprika and add a bit of crispy bacon on top.
  • Makes 12-16 deviled eggs


  • I used a Wilton 2D in an 18" pastry bag. You may have left over filling with this one. The left overs would be really good spread on a meat sandwich.


Serving: 8people | Calories: 92kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 128mg | Sodium: 133mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g

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