Creamy Avocado Egg Salad

Spice up the usual egg salad with the addition of avocado. Avocado makes a delicious and nutritious addition to egg salad and thanks to its naturally creamy texture, you can enjoy egg salad without the adding mayo! Creamy Avocado Egg Salad (Healthy, Low-carb, Keto)If you haven’t tried avocado egg salad then it’s time you enjoy egg salad in a whole new way. A simple nutrition rich ingredient such as avocado with the addition of lemon, salt, pepper and your favorite herbs works wonders and adds much-needed flavor and zest to the typical egg salad. Play around with the herbs and use parsley, dill or chives or use my personal favorite, cilantro, and enjoy a wholesome flavor-packed dish.

It’s packed full of fiber thanks to the avocado and is great if you are on a low-carb, paleo or keto diet or if you simply want a healthy salad. Because avocado is naturally creamy in texture, you won’t need as much mayo to make it creamy. A few tablespoons of Greek yogurt or sour-cream go a long way in making this salad creamy! Creamy Avocado Egg Salad (Healthy, Low-carb, Keto)

Creamy Avocado Egg Salad

4.22 from 19 votes
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 2
Author: Layla


  • 1 medium avocado pitted and peeled
  • 3 hard-boiled eggs peeled and chopped
  • 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt sour-cream or light mayonnaise will also work
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon or lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon minced cilantro parsley, dill or chives will also work
  • Salt and fresh pepper to taste


  • In Medium bowl, Add avocados and mash with a spoon until chunky. Add the remaining ingredients and mix with a spoon until creamy.
  • Serve on whole-grain toast or enjoy with toasted pita chips.

Creamy Avocado Egg Salad (Healthy, Low-carb, Keto)Creamy Avocado Egg Salad (Healthy, Low-carb, Keto)


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    Brian A Murray

    Good Call 🙂


    Can you publish the nutritional macros info, please?



    Jen conger

    i made this using regular mayo, dill, and parsley, and it was excellent! I ate on it for a few days. by the third day it had turned a strange blue/green/gray color, but tasted fine.


    I totally stumbled on your website while looking up recipes for avacados
    I had 2 I wanted to use up
    I had four hard-boiled eggs in my refrigerator I had a half a container of sour cream and I just put them all together the mashed up to avocados the eggs and sour cream I added double the lemon juice then I added dehydrated chives some dill dehydrated onion dehydrated sliced garlic chopped garlic pieces up in my hand I put it all together and put it in the fridge let it sit I came back about 2 hours later and all of the dehydrated ingredients that absorb all the moisture from the avocado in the sour cream so what I did was I added two tablespoons of regular old-fashioned Mayo mix it all up some salt and pepper and OMG you got to try it I also had some very firm Roma tomatoes I cut them in half sprinkle them with some fresh ground pepper and put some fresh grated Parmesan reggiano cheese on them put them in the broiler just to Brown up the cheese and had them on the side with my avocado egg salad mixture I used chili garlic taco chips that I found at the Walmart in the potato chip section OMG

    bernice romero

    i get these recipes off my work email how or where would i get them when i’m not at work to access the recipes.. would you be able to send me the link to the website please..

    Rusty Luthe

    I’ve made this many times and it is always terrific. I’ve also added either mustard or curry. Cilantro is not my favorite herb.

    Rubye Mettlen

    Where can we buy cook book


    This was amazing. I added the freah chives and dill to mine and kept it keto friendly by eating it with celery. So yummy!


    I can’t wait to make this. everyone at work is going to be so jealous.

    DeeDee Ford

    How Do i get all that peaSky air out of the guacamole bags?

    Sandra Burnham

    Made for lunch today and added hot sauce-so good on Italian toast!


    this was absolutely delicious! I didn’t add the yogurt (nor did i replace it with another dairy product as i’m lactose intolerant) and it was still absolutely to die for. will be making again! also used both PARSLEY and dill. yummmmm!

    Leticia Rodriguez

    i want to try keto RecIpies


    Try using huMMus instead of avOcado! Garlic and a bit of basil chopped up are divine!


      Can be made & stored a couple days!


    starred your recipets…great


    Is something that can be made a day in advance? Im wondering how well it keeps or if it needs to be consumed right aFter it is made. Thanks


      I would not make this egg salad in advance. It’s best served fresh!

    Jennifer E Kerwood

    tO keep this from Browning place the AVACADO seed in the middle of the 🥗 salad. You can do the same with guacamole. Also 🍋 juice helps too 😎 The seed TRICK works!

    ZIka Ndweni

    It’s look delicious thanx for the INGREDIENTS in gonna make it thanxzika


    This turned out fabulously!! I added chives on top as well as the cilantro. Used mayo, and a tablespoon of mustard. I think I will add some diced dill pickle next time to snazz it up a little.
    My super picky 13 yr old even loved it!!!!! Thank you for this recipe!!


    Could you share what flatbread you used for your sandwiches?

    angy mogane

    Healthy yummy recipe


    Omg! Yum!! Came out perfectly and added Trader Joe’s “Everything but the bagel seasoning” to give it a little extra! Thank you for another great recipe!


      Thanks for the Everything seasoning tip! I will be sure to try it next time.


    This look DELISH!! Can you tell me what could keep the avocado from turning brown by the next day or do you just make enough to eat it all that day? Thank you!


      Leave the avocado out in it.. it will help it from browning 😉


      I like to cover it tightly with plastic wrap to keep it from browning.


      Lemon juice is a natural preservative. It keeps avocados STAYING green.i even put it on my leftover sliced apples, that my two year old doesn’t finish. And you don’t even taste the lemon!