Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping Sauce

Fresh sliced avocado, coated in crispy panko breadcrumbs and baked to perfection. These avocado fries are incredibly tasty and easy to make and are sure to impress the pickiest eaters. Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping SauceThere’s one thing I never get tired of making and that’s baked veggies. Especially when they replace unhealthy alternatives and taste just as yummy, even not 100x better. Broccoli tots, cauliflower tots, cauliflower pizza crust, are just a few of my favorite healthy dishes to make. Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping SauceThese avocado fries are something else. If you’ve never had them before, this is the perfect time to try them out. They are crispy on the outside and buttery soft on the inside. Dip them in your favorite tangy or spicy dipping sauce and call it a meal! 
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Crispy Baked Avocado Fries & Chipotle Dipping Sauce

3.6 from 7 reviews
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Recipe type: appetizer
Cuisine: healthy
Serves: 2


  • 2 large avocados, sliced
  • Juice of ½ lime (optional)
  • Salt & Pepper
  • ¼ cup flour
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 1 cup panko bread crumbs
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • Chipotle dipping sauce


  1. Pre-heat oven to 400 Degrees F. Pour 1 tablespoon oil in sheet tray or baking dish; set aside.

    Squeeze fresh lime juice on avocado slices to preserve their color while baking (this step is optional). Season with salt, pepper. Dredge in flour then dip in egg and coat in panko breadcrumbs. Be sure the avocado slices are coated very well in the panko.

  2. Place in a single layer on the greased sheet pan. Drizzle with the remaining oil or spray with cooking spray. This will help the avocado slices crisp in the oven.

  3. bake for 15 minutes or until the avocados are golden and crispy. If desired, more oil can be drizzle while they are baking for additional crispness.

  4. Serve with my chipotle dipping sauce (get the recipe here) or with ranch, ketchup, or your favorite dip!


These avocado fries will last in the fridge for up to 24 hours and are excellent when re-heated in the toaster oven.

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  • Joyce

    Just made these and can’t stop eating them. I did not ave I Ingredients for chipotle sauce so I just dip them in honey mustard and they were yummy

  • Alexandra

    Damn delicious! You should use enough salt and a spicy dip maybe in combination with sourcreme…easy to make! Thanks!

  • Abigail

    These were delicious! I think next time I’m going to play around with the seasoning, but overall my family and I were very pleased!

    • Mel

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  • Lisa Canonica

    My family enjoyed them! ????????
    They are crispy on the outside and buttery soft on the inside.????????
    Thank you very much. ????????????????????????????????????

  • Jen

    I am just learning how to cook (late in life) I made these for the first time last night. They were so good and easy to make! So tasty thank you!

  • India

    This looks delicious! I have tried the avocado fries at The Cheesecake Factory and wanted to know how to make them for myself. Planning to reblog on my site!

    • Sara

      There are bad calories and good calories. You can’t group themeeting into the same category. Don’t count calorie. Cut out processed foods and sugars.

  • Yolanda

    Followed the instruction to a t and they came out very much burned or should I say carbon crispy Lol and I only left them in the oven for 11 minutes ,but the inside was very good and buttery Lol, too much heat I think

    • Layla

      I’m sorry this recipe didn’t work out for you. Every oven is different and food cooks at different rates. Maybe next time you can try 10 minutes.

  • Betty

    I am wondering how much of the wonderful nutrients in the marvelous food is lost when it is cooked?

    • Linda.

      Exactly what I was thinking Betty, I don’t heat any food that contains oil, such as nuts, seeds & avocados etc., as it will do some damage to the nutritional content, I also worry about the oil becoming carcinogenic when cooked on high heat, like baking, frying & toasting, so I only eat those foods raw, which doesn’t mean they can’t be added to a meal, once it’s cooked & cooled a little, sprinkle the oil containing foods (can be ground or chopped) on top, or stir through.

        • Linda

          Hi Anonymous, it’s not the food cooked in oil that becomes carcinogenic, it’s the oil when it’s cooked at high heat that becomes carcinogenic, & as some foods such as avocado, nuts & seeds contain oil, I don’t heat those at all, as I think heating any that contains oil must lose it’s beneficial nutrients.

          • Leanne

            It’s NOT the oil NT THE food that becomes bad when cooked…I’m pretty sure its when the oil has been removed, processed and stands alone that certain oils shouldn’t be heated. I don’t see cooking these fingers being a nutritional disaster….Pringles have that category covered…this is a WAY BETTER choice

  • Ruben Valiente

    Hi There!

    I tried this but unfortunaly the avocados where then bitter, what did i do wrong? i didnt taste the avocados before i placed then in the oven, but it was 3 different avocados…


    • Anonymous

      Mine were very bitter also & to a shock, I did not enjoy these. Mine were executed as instructed, but they needed something else. So, I sliced some cucumber & cream cheese to pair with these for my guests.

  • Donna S

    I love these. I bread them then freeze till I am ready to cook them. I make them in my Air Fryer. Crisp and Delicious.

        • Jane

          1. Using a food processor, spice grinder, or mortar & pestle, grind the chia seeds into a meal. (If you want to grind more at once, that’s okay. Just remember that chia seeds are full of delicate omega-3 oils which are prone to spoilage when exposed to heat and oxygen. So you’ll want to store your pre-ground chia meal in an airtight container in your freezer for up to a year.)

          2. Mix the water and ground chia seed meal in a small bowl. Allow to sit for 5 minutes or so, or until it takes on a goopy texture similar to raw egg yolk

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