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Guacamole Deviled Eggs make a healthy appetizer made with hard boiled eggs filled with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs make a healthy appetizer made with hard boiled eggs filled with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.
Guacamole Deviled Eggs

My mom adds hard boiled eggs to her guacamole recipe, so I thought why not add guacamole to hard boiled eggs? The results are lovely, and since I was testing them out for the blog, I actually enjoyed them for lunch. Of course, if you wish you can also stick with this classic Deviled Eggs recipe.

This is a fun, “clean” deviled egg recipe perfect to eat as a snack or appetizer. Typically deviled eggs are made with mayonnaise, mustard and dijon mustard, so how do you make them without mayonnaise? Instead this healthier deviled egg recipe version is filled with avocado guacamole. You can prep the eggs ahead by boiling them (see how with this perfect hard boiled egg recipe here) or make Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs, then cut the eggs in half lengthwise until you’re ready to fill them. To avoid browning, make the guacamole just before you’re ready to serve.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs make a healthy appetizer made with hard boiled eggs filled with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.

Guacamole prep with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs make a healthy appetizer made with hard boiled eggs filled with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.

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Guacamole Deviled Eggs

4.88 from 8 votes
My mom adds hard boiled eggs to her guacamole, so I thought why not add guacamole to hard boiled eggs? The results were lovely, and since I was testing them out for the blog, I actually enjoyed them for lunch.
Course: Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine: American
Guacamole Deviled Eggs make a healthy appetizer made with hard boiled eggs filled with mashed avocado, cilantro and lime juice.
Prep: 30 minutes
Total: 30 minutes
Yield: 6 servings
Serving Size: 2 halves


  • 6 large eggs, hard boiled (recipe here)
  • 1 medium haas avocado, about 5 oz
  • 2-3 tsp fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp red onion, minced
  • 1 tbsp minced jalapeno
  • 1 tbsp fresh cilantro, chopped
  • kosher salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste
  • 1 tbsp diced tomato
  • pinch chile powder, for garnish


  • Peel the cooled hard boiled eggs.
  • Cut the eggs in half horizontally, and set the yolks aside.
  • In a bowl, mash the avocado and 2 whole egg yolks; discard the rest.
  • Mix in lime juice, red onion, jalapeño, cilantro, salt and pepper and adjust to taste. Gently fold in tomato.
  • Scoop heaping spoonfuls of the guacamole into the 12 halved eggs.
  • Sprinkle with a little chile powder for color and arrange on a platter.

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Serving: 2 halves, Calories: 88 kcal, Carbohydrates: 3 g, Protein: 5 g, Fat: 6 g, Saturated Fat: 1 g, Cholesterol: 62 mg, Sodium: 60 mg, Fiber: 2 g, Sugar: 0.5 g


Guacamole Deviled Eggs are a healthy appetizer made with eggs, avocado, cilantro and lime juice. Loaded with a good dose of healthy fats and perfect for any dietary restriction – vegetarian, gluten-free, weight watchers, low-carb, paleo, keto and more!

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121 comments on “Guacamole Deviled Eggs”

  1. If doubling the recipe, would you still only use 2 egg yolks or up it to 4?
    Planning on making these for St. Patrick’s Day..something green 😊

  2. They are easy to make and they taste really good. Also it doesn’t take alot of time to make. Great appetizer.

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    marie johson

    This guacamole deviled egg recipe is easy and delicious perfect deviled egg for appetizer. thanks for sharing 🙂

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    Kristie Smith

    I tried this recipe and we loved it! My 7 year old son ate all of them so I had to make another batch. I love your recipes!

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  7. When your husband sends you a recipe video, you know you have to make it!  Will be having these as appetizers tonight for dinner!  I love eggs.  I love avocado.  And I have everything I need for this recipe – don’t even need to make a trip to the store.  Thank you!

  8. Awesome recipe….may not look like your typical deviled egg but the flavor is out of this world and much healthier without mayo!!

  9. I made these tonight! Yum! We’re doing the Whole30 and these were a delicious, fun side dish for our meal. I make my own paleo mayo so I added a tablespoon or two of that, omitted the tomato and left all the egg yolks in. It came out super creamy and tasty. I also sprinkled diced bacon on top. I get regular cravings for guacamole so I’m excited to have this recipe to use instead of “needing” chips. Adding to my favorites!

  10. My husband hates mayo, so this is perfect! He LOVED them! And instead of discarding the other yolks…I just made more of the guacamole mixture and put it on toast. Yummy breakfast/snack!

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  14. Sorry did you actually tell people to use only 2 of the hard boiled yokes and DISCARD the rest?????
    Like throw them out
    Dump them in the disposal or garbage?
    Use them in a salad people or to garnish a big salad
    I made this similar recipe and used all the hard boiled yolk part Very good

  15. Cooked this last week! Absolutely delicious. Used more avo and all the yolks (I also didn’t like to see the waste) and added the extra guacamole to boiled sweet potatoes in a similar way to baked potatoes. The filling and the sweet potato was like a marriage made in heaven. Thanks for the recipe.

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    Paula Youmell

    Why would you discard the rest of the egg yolks? If you are buying pasture raised, naturally fed eggs… throwing out the yolk is wasting cell nourishing whole food loaded with vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, anti-oxidants, phyto-nutrients…

  30. Hard cooked egg yolks work well as an emulsifier for homemade oil & vinegar-based salad dressings. Put the dressing and the hard cooked egg yolks in a food processor or blender and you will have a blended salad dressing that appears creamy-ish. I don't used fixed proportions; I do it by sight. Just be sure none of the diners have an egg allergy.

  31. I made this twice and brought it with me to last year's super bowl party (and the year before that). It was a big hit! Thank you!

  32. I made these for a Senior Potluck therefore I did everything times 2. I did add 1 teasp of mustard, coarse salt and topped them with a sprinkle of paprika, a cilantro leaf and a strip of red pepper. The presentation and taste was great. Would make them again.

  33. Made these today, I do not like eggs hard boiled, I have not ever like deviled eggs… but these are SO good. Made them with all the ingredients and measurements listed, will definitely make again in the future.

  34. Looks great, but what would the ingredient-ratios be when using prepared guacamole (when avocados are out of season)? 2 or 4TB of guac along with the cooked egg yokes? Just curious.

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    penny @ diets

    These look amazingly delicious. I have had deviled eggs but never with avocado. What a great healthy combination. I am having a party and trying to add some healthy foods and this is a great option.

  36. Has anyone made these the night before and brought them to a potluck? I'm wondering if the guac mix will brown?

  37. Great recipe – But I don't think the additional egg yolks need be "discarded" but "re-purposed" if there is no need in this recipe. Food is a precious commodity 🙂

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    I just tried it it's waaaaaaaaaaw , I added some olive oil.
    thank you for the receipe 🙂

  39. Now that I think about it I might just boil a couple of eggs, use the yolks as directed and add the chopped egg white to the mix.

  40. I'm anxious to try this. I love deviled eggs but have never been able to eat egg salad. (I think it is the amount of Mayo in it that turns me off.) I might make the deviled eggs with guests coming then save those extra yolks and make some guaca/egg salad the next day on whole grain bread!

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    Jennifer Chambers

    I am the Deviled Egg maker in my family.
    My sisters & one brother are from Guatemala & the youngest sis is graduating from college this Sat. The party is gonna be on Cinco Dé Mayo. So yay I get to try these out, I can't wait!! 😉

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    Jess Bruja Cósmica

    I tried this just now, WOW! Absolutely amazing, my boyfriend and I loved it!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe. So easy to do and yummy!

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    Kewl Granny of Six

    What a great idea! I love guacamole but the idea of eating a ton of chips to consume it is not so appealing…..problem solved!

  44. This sounds so delicious! I featured this recipe on my blog as a great way to use hardboiled eggs. I'm definitely going to try it!

    (also, if you'd rather not be included, just let me know and I'll take the link/photo down 🙂

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    Claire ALittleClaireification

    Featured these on my blog today! Thanks for the great recipe!
    – Claire @ A Little Claireification

  46. Instead of "discarding" the other 4 yolks, dice them and put them in your bird feeder. Many birds LOVE cooked yolks, and birds that normally won't come to your feeder for seed (insect eaters) WILL come for yolk…

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    These looks and sounds AMAZING!!! Pinned 😉 Thanks so much for sharing!! 🙂

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    Whitney Krauth Delaney

    These were wonderful. We took them to a St. Patrick's day party this weekend and won an award for best side dish. We'll be making them again!

  49. Wow, I wish I'd seen this a week ago- I just threw my daughter a Dr. Seuss party and just added green food coloring to deviled eggs to make the green eggs and ham thing, but this would have been so much more delicious! And, since I just can't get past the taste/texture of the yolks (especially when mayo is added- yuck), this might be the perfect solution for me. Thanks!

    1. I made this along time ago and topped it with a tiny dollop of underwood deviled ham hence green eggs and ham 

  50. Great idea! I will be making these. But, who adds mayo to deviled eggs? Bad idea and I love mayonnaise. ALWAYS only my favorite mustard with the required paprika on top!

    1. Well that is unusual
      Most of the world uses Mayo to make deviled eggs, a little yellow mustard and a touch of Piccadilly
      You using only mustard is quite the unusual actually
      Why is it a bad idea to use Mayo in deviled eggs?
      Only if you are letting them sit outside in the sun for hours then a really bad idea


      1. Just learned this recently. It’s not a he mayo that goes bad. It’s usua the onions!!  Who would have thought?  

  51. I pinned this recipe last night, and had a co-worker make it today during work (ha!). They are AMAZING. 44 calories a pop? That's too good!

  52. How lovely! What an amzing idea! Def trying this one out on Sunday! Cheers to being festive!

  53. I assume these are super guacy given you use only 2 of the yolks. What about using half of them (3)? Besides not being a huge guac fan, I feel bad wasting.

  54. I love guacamole AND I love deviled eggs; why oh why did I not think of this myself?! Cannot wait to make.

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      Skinnytaste Gina

      Yes, I do! The best recipe! I should have linked to it, I will link to it above in the recipe list.

    2. I always had issues with peeling the Free range organic eggs.
      The shell is stronger/harder
      My sister told me how to hard boil and easily remove shells and it works!
      Put an expandable steamer in a pot with a little water
      Put the eggs in the steamer
      Put a lid on it and cook on medium heat for 15 minutes take out the eggs and WOW they are perfectly done and peel so easily!

  55. I have often made egg salad with avocado in place of the mayo, adding the additional flavor of the Guac is something I know I would love. Thanks for the recipe!

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    Accidental Texan

    I had to give up deviled eggs, as they are a trigger food for me. However, I think that at 1point+ a piece, and being filled with yummy (not triggery) guac, these may be the option I've been looking for!

    Thank you!

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    Beverly Autrey

    GREAT idea! Just a helpful hint. Whenever I make deviled eggs, I find it handy to use a disposable sandwich baggie. Just fill it with the gooey ingredients/filling for the hard boiled egg halves, and close the top. (I prefer the zipable closure kind) Then clip off the corner of one end at bottom of baggie. Simply squeeze the ingredients into the egg "cup" and you have a simple, clean way to fill the eggs! You can control the amount in each egg and even add a creative twist to the top when you really get the hang of things! HA!

    I can't wait to give this a try! Thanks!!! I just LOVE your ideas!

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      Allen Bennett

      It's not simple if you have cerebral palsy. What I did is bought a cookie press. Works pretty well.

  58. I am so excited about this idea! Its a marriage of two things I LOVE! Also, I tried your Crock Pot Sesame Honey Chicken last night and it was a home run! My husband and toddler son loved it and I'm about to wrap some up in lettuce for lunch today. Keep the crock pot meals coming!

    1. Thank you! I was reading the comments to see if I was the only one annoyed by the waste of food, haha.

      1. I could not see any reason to discard the other yolks either. What would the point be? I think I will try it using all the yolks and go from there.

  59. Genius! I hate mayo, so I might actually like these deviled eggs! Thank you for posting such a festive recipe!

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    Heather of Kitchen Concoctions

    Um, yum! Guacamole and deviled eggs are two of my favorite appetizers! So this perfect!

  61. Deviled eggs without mayo?! I am sold!! I love avocados too so this is like a snack made in heaven! Must.Pin.Now!

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    Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking

    What a great idea these are! They look so delicious and perfect for parties!

  63. These look delicious! Thats so clever to use guacamole!


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    Cookin' Canuck

    I am diggin' every part of this. I love deviled eggs and guacamole almost equally (deviled eggs may have a slight edge), and this looks like the perfect way to marry the two.

  65. I love this idea and can't wait to try it out. Do you have issues with the avocado turning brown? Meaning, if I make it the night before and put it in the fridge, will they be brown the next day?

    1. Keep the pit/seed submerged in the guac up until its time to serve. My Mexican friends taught me that trick to keep it from discoloring.

    2. Keep the pit/seed submerged in the guac up until its time to serve. My Mexican friends taught me that trick to keep it from discoloring.

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    Anele @ Success Along the Weigh

    You just gave me a great idea! 🙂

    I'm not a guac girl but the color is too pretty to not use in some form and the Mr LOVES deviled eggs!