Avocado and Egg Dip

About This Avocado and Egg Dip Recipe

It’s the perfect time to try Dasha Mulligan’s enticing creation: a flavorful avocado and egg dip. If you’re looking for a snack that’s both delectable and health-conscious, this recipe is your go-to. 

This creamy dip combines the rich flavor of ripe avocados with the protein from eggs, making a delicious treat suitable for any occasion. This is good to serve if you have guests over or just want a tasty snack. Follow along as we make Dasha’s amazing avocado and egg dip together!

About Dasha Mulligan

Almost a decade ago, Dasha set out to shed some weight. Little did she know that this journey would blossom into a full-fledged career in health and fitness. Initially, Dasha began by adjusting my diet for purely aesthetic reasons. But as she delved deeper into understanding food, her focus shifted towards improving my overall health rather than just looks.

Following a strict Paleo diet regimen for several years taught her invaluable lessons, which she now blends with a more flexible approach to eating. And her passion for health and fitness grew so much that she embarked on various courses to expand her knowledge and be able to assist others in their wellness journeys.

Fast forward to today, Dasha is a personal trainer, fitness instructor, CrossFit Level 1 trainer, and nutrition coach. Her goal is to motivate and empower others to achieve their full potential through exercise, diet, and adopting a healthy lifestyle.

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  • 1 small avocado
  • 2-3 large hard-boiled eggs 
  • 1/3 cup shredded cheese 
  • 1 tsp Dijon mustard
  • Pinch of pepper


  1. Mash the avocado with Dijon mustard and pepper. 
  2. Then grate the eggs on a fine grater, add the cheese, and mix everything.
  3. Let the dip set in the fridge for about an hour before serving to develop the flavors.
  4. Serve on a piece of sourdough.
Avocado and Egg Dip 2

Frequently Asked Questions about Avocados

1. How do I know when an avocado is ripe?

  • Avocados should yield slightly to gentle pressure when ripe. You can also remove the stem. If it comes off easily and is green underneath, the avocado is likely ripe.

2. How should I store avocados?

  • If unripe, store avocados at room temperature to allow them to ripen. Once ripe, you can refrigerate them to extend their shelf life.

3. How can I speed up the ripening process of an avocado?

  • You can accelerate ripening by placing avocados with a banana or apple in a paper bag. These fruits release ethylene gas, which promotes ripening.

4. How do I prevent avocados from turning brown?

  • To slow down browning, keep the pit in the half of the avocado you’re not using immediately and store it in an airtight container with a squeeze of lemon or lime juice.

5. Can I freeze avocados?

  • Yes, you can freeze mashed avocado or avocado slices. However, the texture may change slightly upon thawing.

6. Are avocados healthy?

  • Avocados are nutrient-dense and rich in healthy fats, fiber, vitamins (like vitamins K, E, C, and B), and minerals (such as potassium). They are considered beneficial for heart health and overall well-being.

7. What are the different types of avocados?

  • Common varieties of avocados include Hass (with rough, dark skin), Fuerte (with smoother, brighter skin), Bacon, Reed, and Pinkerton, each with its unique flavor and texture.

8. Can dogs eat avocados?

  • Avocados can be toxic to dogs due to a substance called persin. It’s best to avoid giving avocados to pets.

9. Are avocados suitable for a keto diet?

  • Avocados are often recommended on a keto diet due to their high healthy fat and low carbohydrate content.

10. How can I use avocados in cooking?

  • Avocados are versatile and can be used in salads, sandwiches, guacamole, smoothies, soups, and even desserts like avocado chocolate mousse.

Avocados as Green Superfood

Avocados are known as a superfood for good reasons. They don’t just help your health when you eat them—they also make your skin look great. They’re full of antioxidants, good fats, and vitamins that benefit your body inside and out.

Avocados are a powerhouse of antioxidants, including Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Lutein. These antioxidants are essential for optimal health and radiant skin. Vitamin C fights inflammation, making it effective against acne while supporting collagen and elastin production for firm, youthful skin. Vitamin E aids in tissue repair and protects against aging by combating free radicals. Lutein helps maintain skin hydration by preserving essential skin lipids.

Gone are the days when fat was seen as the enemy. Avocados are rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which moisturize the skin and protect it from environmental damage, including UV rays. These fats keep the skin supple and hydrated from within, offering a natural defense against sun damage and inflammation.

Avocados contain Biotin, a B vitamin crucial for healthy skin, strong nails, and lush hair. Biotin deficiency can manifest as dry skin or a rash. Avocados also provide fiber, pantothenic acid, vitamin K, copper, folate, and potassium, all contributing to overall health and skin vitality.

Combine at least half an avocado daily into your diet to reap its benefits. Add avocados to smoothies for a creamy texture, and enjoy them on toast with lemon juice, or substitute them for cheese or mayo in sandwiches.

Eating avocados regularly can improve your skin and boost your overall well-being. Embrace this nutrient-rich fruit for a healthier, glowing complexion inside and out.

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Flavorful Avocado And Egg Dip Recipe By Dasha Mulligan

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