Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

by Gregory
Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

Breakfast foods are a splendid thing.  Eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, waffles, and even coffee and tea bring utter joy to most people.  Now for those who practice intermittent fasting or embrace a Paleo or Ketogenic lifestyle, some of these foods may be off limit.  That doesn’t necessarily need to be.  Let’s look at one breakfast concoction: Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs!

Before we talk about Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs, let’s talk about ways to get around your breakfast prohibition if you are fasting.  We have discussed here at Naturopathic Earth the innumerable benefits of intermittent fast.  (For a refresher, click HERE to read the article; HERE to listen to the Holistic Health News episodes on it.) 

The beauty of fasting is that there is no rule which states that you can’t eat breakfast items for lunch or dinner.  In particular breakfast for dinner or “brinner” is commonly used by fasters.  And why not?  Who says you have to eat specific foods only at specific times of the day.  Eat your dessert at breakfast! (Christ, most sugar-laden breakfast foods like waffles, donuts, pancakes and alike are, in essence, desserts.)  I eat eggs at least once a week for dinner.  I have been daily fasting for 5 years.

Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

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Now let’s talk about this Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs recipe.  It is pure Paleo joy.  If you are not familiar with Paleo, it is essentially only eating foods that are found in nature (i.e. meat, produce, nuts, seeds, and naturally occurring oils) and eschewing grains and dairy, which are allergenic and perhaps outright detrimental to our diet.  It’s a tough lifestyle to embrace daily for it is a life devoid of standard cookies, cakes, pasta, bread, and more.

This recipe is also pure Keto bliss.  No sugar is found in this recipe.  Its two principle ingredients are high-fat superfoods: eggs and avocados.  The beauty of a pure keto diet is that essentially mimics fasting in that instead of your body burning your fat reserves (a la ketones a la fasting), your body is instead burning the fats that you are ingesting.

Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs
Add other vegetables and spices and eat in a bowl if you prefer.

This Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs recipe might seem a little odd to some.  Do eggs and avocado go well together?  I certainly think they do.  The other issue is putting eggs in an oven.  Most people (including myself) are not used to that. 

Trust me this recipe is extremely healthy, very satiating, and very, very nutrient-dense.  Throw in some spices, and top with optional Keto ingredients (like Goat Cheese, which incidentally is not Paleo) and throw in some uncured bacon, and you have an amazing breakfast treat.  Or “brinner” if that is what you prefer.

Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

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Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

Keto Paleo Baked-In Avocado Eggs

Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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  • 2 large avocados
  • 4 eggs, preferable pastured
  • 1 teaspoon chia seeds
  • sea salt and pepper to taste.
  • Optional
  • 1/4 goat cheese or 3 slices of uncured bacon


Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line with foil or parchment paper.

Slice the avocados in half and remove the pit.  Scoop out about 1 tablespoon of the avocado so a crater is created to place the egg.

Place the avocados in the baking dish.  Crack egg and place in crater. (It's okay if some leaks out.)

Bake for 15-20 minutes.

Add chia seeds. Season to taste. 


Place goat cheese on top after baking. If using bacon cut into slices and cook with egg and avocado.

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