Bacon Avocado Deviled Eggs

Avocados are becoming a very popular substitute for many creamy dressings, toppers and sides. It's no wonder. They have great health benefits, creamy texture and a neutral flavor. So why not use them to change up my everyday, boring deviled eggs? In this recipe, I used avocados in place of the mayo, salad dressing, milk and/or sour cream that can be found in other recipes. The result? A great, filling snack with a different taste twist thanks to Tastefully Simple's oh-so-versatile Bacon Avocado Dip Mix. And now I have a neat breakfast idea for my kiddos on St. Patty's Day!

- Mandi

Bacon Avocado Deviled Eggs Prep
Boil 12 eggs using your favorite method.

Bacon Avocado Deviled Eggs Prep
Slice avocados in half, remove pits and scoop out pulp.

Bacon Avocado Deviled Eggs Prep
Add lime juice and yellow mustard to avocados.

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Bacon Avocado Deviled Eggs


  • 1 packet Bacon Avocado Dip Mix
  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 2-3 tsp. fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp. yellow mustard
  • 12 hard-boiled eggs, cooled
  • Salt & pepper (optional0


Slice avocados in half. Remove pits and scoop out pulp; stir in Bacon Avocado Dip Mix. Add in lime juice and yellow mustard. Refrigerate. Cut eggs in half and remove yolks. Mix 6-8 yolks into bacon avocado mixture. Blend until smooth. Pipe into center of egg whites.

Tips and Hints

  • Making hard-boiled eggs is fairly easy. I found that adding a teaspoon of baking soda to the boiling water makes the shells peel easier.
  • Avocados look a little scary but they're not. They're ripe when they turn from green to more of a brownish hue and are softer to the touch. To get at the pulp, simply cut the avocado in half, discard the pit and scoop out the pulp. It's that easy.
  • To make the filling extra creamy use a food processor, mini blender or a mixer. (I used a mixer.)
  • I fried up a little bacon and used it to top my deviled eggs; you could even mix in a little finely chopped bacon for some extra flavor!
  • If you want your filling to look extra neat, use a piping bag. If you don't have one, put your filling into a resealable plastic bag, squeeze out the excess air and seal. Make a small cut in one of the corners of the bag and gently squeeze the filling into each egg half. Check out this piping video for some extra help.
  • You can add in extra yolks. It will make the flavor of your filling milder so you may want to add in more lime juice and/or mustard. Or, you can add more dip mix (each package comes with two packets!).
  • Always make a few extra eggs. Sometimes they crack while boiling or they don't perfectly. I keep my not-so-good-looking eggs for quick breakfasts and snacks through the week.
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