Avocado Deviled Eggs

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30 MIN
6 SERVING
Easy

PROTEIN

45 g

CARBS

56 g

CALORIES

1356 kcal

SUGAR

5 g

cholesterol

231 mg

FAT

21 g

Ingredients

Serving

eggs ( pasture raised eggs, hardboiled )

6 medium

avocados

3 avocado, NS as to Florida or California

paprika

5 g

pink Himalayan salt

1 tbsp

Avocado Deviled Eggs

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Instructions

Step 1

Peel eggs and slice in half, adding yolks to a separate bowl.

Step 2

Add avocado to yolks while using a fork to mash all together.

Step 3

Add salt, mixing well.

Step 4

Using a spoon or vegetable scooper, add the mixture to egg halves, topping with a paprika sprinkle.

The Glorious Avocado
Avocado is an important addition to the athlete’s diet. An avocado a day offers protective heart health, eye health, antioxidants, and lots of potassium, folate, vitamin C, E, B6, and K – all of which aid recovery time, decrease cramping, and benefit overall health.

It can be hard to know when avocadoes are ripe. Touch can tell you a lot. When you can slightly indent your thumb into the avocado, it is at the optimal level of ripeness. Another trick is to remove the end stem at the top of the avocado and check ripeness based on color. A greenish tip means it is not ready, whereas a nice yellow tip means it’s game time. This method has proven to be fairly accurate.

What we do in the gym supports our best athletic performance, and the kitchen is another powerful area to assist this goal. Consider adding avocado to foods you often eat. Guacamole isn’t your only option. Check out my top three favorite alternative uses for avocados that will have you happy, healthy, and enjoying some tasty dishes.

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