Jalapeño & Avocado Deviled Eggs


Deviled Eggs Delicious & Spicy

In my youth I never would have touched a jalapeno or an avocado. Jalapeno’s were just too spicy. And avocados just seemed to mushy. At some point in my mid-30’s it seems like I woke up one morning with a burning desire for both. How in the heck does this happen? Tell me I’m not the only one that likes a certain food {now that they are older} that they previously detested? Avocado

Whatever the explanation I have a fever for jalapenos and avocados. I fairly consistently eat one avocado a day and throw jalapenos into a meal at least once a week.  It is from this passion that I created these Jalapeno Avocado Deviled Eggs. I was unsure how they would taste. I like jalapenos. I like avocados. I like deviled eggs. But how would they all taste together? Luckily these ingredients all work magic together and taste delicious. Jalapeno Avocado Deviled Eggs Easy Recipe

I need to confess at this point that the avocado portion of this recipe is truly guacamole. I like avocado by it’s self, but it tastes even better with garlic, lime and a little salt. My kids have seen me make guacamole so many times they have created a song to accompany my work. Guacamole, guac, guac a’mole. It’s the cutest thing ever and just makes me want to make it even more, if that’s possible. 

Ingredients for Jalapeno Avocado Deviled Eggs

Jalapeño Avocado Deviled Eggs
Delicious guacamole deviled eggs with a touch of spice
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710 calories
24 g
204 g
66 g
12 g
11 g
375 g
977 g
4 g
0 g
52 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving
Calories 710
Calories from Fat 574
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 66g
Saturated Fat 11g
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 23g
Monounsaturated Fat 29g
Cholesterol 204mg
Sodium 977mg
Total Carbohydrates 24g
Dietary Fiber 15g
Sugars 4g
Protein 12g
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
  1. One avocado, pickled jalapeños, six hard-boiled eggs, 3 TBSP mayo, pinch of kosher salt, lime juice from half a lime, 2 tsp mustard, one garlic bulb
  1. Add avocado, peeled hard-boiled egg yolks, mayo, salt, lime juice, mustard, and minced garlic into a gallon plastic bag. Mix ingredients and ensure they are properly mushed. Cut a whole in the corner of the bag and pipe into the hard-boiled egg whites. Top with a pickled jalapeño.
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I decided to test the plastic bag piping method for these eggs. I added all the ingredients {minus the jalapenos and the egg whites} to the bag. I gave it all a good pounding and mixing, then I cut a corner on the bag to push out the filling into the egg whites.Smashed Deviled Eggs

I had some egg yolks that didn’t get mashed quite as completely as a they needed to be and therefore they jammed up the whole in the bag a bit. I think had I made sure the yolks were truly all mashed this wouldn’t have been a problem and the piping would have gone off as planned.Avocado Deviled Eggs

Not everyone in my house is a fan of jalapeno’s so I made some of the eggs without the pickled topping. They were a hit! You could add fresh jalapeno slices to the eggs as well, but I prefer the soft texture of the pickled variety.Deviled Eggs

Do you make deviled eggs in a different way? Please comment below with your favorite combination.


  1. Barbara Montag says

    We will love these – thanks for the recipe!

  2. Thanks Barbara:) I hope you do, we loved them!

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