Guacamole Deviled Eggs

10 hardboiled eggs, peeled and sliced length-wise
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon minced hot pepper
1 teaspoon minced onion
1 small avocado
hot sauce

to garnish:
baby cherry tomato halves

In a small bowl, use a fork and thoroughly mix together all ingredients. Spoon an equal amount into each of the egg halves. Top each with a baby tomato half.

My thoughts:
I know I’ve posted a number of deviled egg recipes here, but this weekend I came into posession of some tiny (about the size of my pinky fingernail) cherry tomatoes and kept thinking what a cute garnish they’d be for a deviled egg. I had a fast approaching over ripe avocado and there you go-guacamole deviled eggs.


  1. What a great idea!! I’m sure these tasted wonderful.

  2. I am currently trying to plan a bridal shower menu and I thinks these just got added! Thanks.

  3. Ooooh. My family is crazy for guac and I love me some deviled eggs–I know what I’m serving at our next party!

  4. cute indeed! what a great spin on deviled eggs

  5. What a sensational twist on a traditional recipe! I know what I’m making for our picnic this coming weekend–thanks! :o)

  6. this is a great idea!

  7. What an original idea… did you still mash the yolks in with the avocado and other ingredients?

  8. Lisa Fain (Homesick Texan)

    Brilliant! I can’t wait to try this!

  9. Yup, the yolks get mashed in too!

  10. I love this picture! I’ve never tried deviled eggs, and the picture looks almost magical 🙂

  11. Great idea. Can’t wait to try it out.

  12. How could I never have considered such an idea? Delish! I am always amazed with your continued new ideas.

  13. amber {daisy chain}

    genious! I’ll make these for sure.

  14. I’ll bet these are realy good. For me, anything with avocados is great (except Avocado Ice Cream, and experiment gone awry!)I think I’ll try these next low-carb tapas night!

  15. I was looking for a good Deviled Egg recipe for my companies Pot Luck Mexican Lunch. Looks like I found it! Thanks!