Baked Eggs and Green Chiles in Avocado

Baked Eggs and Green Chiles in Avocado #15MinuteSuppers

This recipe is a love letter to my husband. As I was writing this post, he was requesting I make this again. It earned me major brownie points. He is a huge fan of avocados (brownie point #1). He loves breaking into a perfect soft egg and having the yolk run all over the plate (brownie point #2). He is a big fan of anything with spicy heat to it (brownie point #3).

This dish would be great for breakfast or supper. My family frequently enjoys “breakfast for dinner” nights, so there are no set rules about only having eggs in the morning. I could picture serving these baked eggs and green chiles in avocado for a brunch and it would be a total wow! For our supper, I paired them with a maple veggie sausage. The chiles gave such a great heat that it countered the sticky maple sweetness perfectly.

I love roasted Hatch chiles and look forward to late summer when some of the farmer’s markets will get some in from Hatch, New Mexico. Frequently you will see stands where they are turning big round roasters, charring the outside till the skins start blistering off. The smell is amazing! You can roast them at home, but I always like when the work is done for you. Real Hatch chiles are grown in Hatch, New Mexico, and are only available for a few weeks, so do not be fooled by grocery chains that have “Hatch” chiles from Mexico or California. They are not the same!

Most years I will buy a big batch of chiles, roast and sweat them till the skins peel off, chop them up and freeze any I can’t use right away. It takes time and effort that I usually don’t have. The Hatch Chile Store  has solved this problem for me because they flash freeze the chiles already roasted and peeled. Less work for me in the kitchen!

This recipe is so super easy and requires very little prep. I saw the idea for a Paleo Breakfast and thought the Hatch green chiles would be awesome with it. I will tell you that I scooped out a little of my very large avocados to make sure I had extra room for the chiles and egg. My toddler loves avocado as much as Daddy, so it wasn’t hard to get someone to volunteer for taste testing. I would suggest cracking the egg in a small bowl, then adding it. If you have large eggs, you may need to leave out some of the white so it doesn’t spill out. I just scrambled a bit of the extra white with an additional egg while the avocados were cooking. It was part of my toddler friendly version. I also put a little bit of crumpled aluminum foil on my baking sheet so the avocados didn’t tip when I put them in the oven.

Baked Eggs and Green Chiles in Avocado #15MinuteSuppers

Baked Eggs and Green Chiles in Avocado #15MinuteSuppers

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*Note: make sure your eggs are done to your liking. My husband likes his soft, but if you like your eggs cooked more, leave them in another few minutes. It won’t technically be a #15MinuteSupper, but it’ll be worth it.

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Today’s 15 minute meal ideas all use Hatch Green Chiles from Hatch, NM.  There is nothing better than a perfectly ripe chile and these chiles are picked, processed, and frozen within a couple hours.  They are super versatile and we’ve created some amazing #15MinuteSuppers using these delicious chiles.  There are a few appetizers and the rest are main dishes!  Which one is your favorite?

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Comments

  1. What a clever idea! I’ve never tried baked avocados before but that sounds quick and delicious. Great idea to add the chiles.

  2. This sounds absolutely heavenly! Wow!!

  3. Ooo, I bet the green chiles go really well with the egg. You know my new found love of avocados, so I’m totally on board with this!

  4. Thanks for participating this week. Glad you enjoyed the green chiles!

  5. Oh wow – it sounds amazing – and looks so pretty! It would be perfect for overnight guests!

  6. This looks delish! Avocados for breakfast are my favorite.

  7. Love Hatch Green Chiles these are sooo pretty!!

  8. Mary Beth Elderton says

    This recipe looks wonderful! As a TexMex lover, I am a huge fan of chilis.

  9. I for all time emailed this blog post page to all my contacts,
    because if like to read it next my links will too.

  10. Susan Robbins says

    Avocados and chilies are two favorite things in my house and I like adding the eggs for protein.

  11. Lauren-Olivia Wood says

    15 minute suppers are a great concept for a busy family!

  12. I love avacados chillies some beans and salsa over chips. Yum!

  13. Caroline B says

    What a neat recipe!

  14. xty cruz says

    I think this is a very interesting meal and I would love to include this in my menu

  15. I am not much of an egg eater, but I would probably try it.

  16. Cynthia C says

    I didn’t know you could bake avocados and want to try it.

  17. There’s nothing I love better than avocados and chiles. I can’t wait to try them together!

  18. Charles Burbridge says

    I’d love to try this, but my wife get sick to her stomach after eating eggs so I’d never get to. 8^(

  19. gandolina says

    there’s our easter brunch. I’m just going to cover the eggs with some grated jack , sprinkle with cilantro and serve with lots of salsa and tortillas

  20. Serena Powell says

    This recipe would be delicious served with some home-made tortilla chips.

  21. Theron Willis says

    I never conceived of cooking avocados until now. ‘Cause of this new found knowledge, I want to experiment as soon as possible.

    Hope to win!

  22. JAMES LYNAM says

    LOOKS DELICIOUS. BET IT TASTES BETTER.
    IT IS SO UNIQUE.

  23. Karen Gonyea says

    I’m all about 15 minute suppers – with a busy family, this is a great concept !!

  24. I’m not a big egg person, but this actually looks amazing. I’m going to pass this recipe on to my brother and his girlfriend. They cook with avocados a lot and I think they would like to try this.

  25. Cindy Merrill says

    I think my hubby would love this unique baked egg in Avocado recipe; he’s been complaining that we’re in a rut.

  26. This recipe looks very good I am going to try it sometime

  27. Russell Moore says

    I really like the idea of stocking up on roasted chiles in the freezer. I use them in a lot of my recipes.

  28. This recipe sounds delicious. Not many people realize you can cook avocadoes.

  29. Brittney House says

    I don’t have much time in the evening to make dinners so finding some new quick recipes would be wonderful.

  30. Sounds yummy.

  31. tina page says

    seems like a lovely way to eat that beautiful looking avocado! great for meatless monday meal!

  32. Charlene S. says

    I love quick & easy meals 🙂

  33. GREAT idea – and who actually wants to spend more than 15 minutes on dinner?!?! SURELY NOT ME!

  34. Kobi Hensley says

    Saved the recipe it sounds great!! The fact that I can make it in 15 minutes in a bonus

  35. joe gersch says

    yum how healthy and yummy this looks

  36. Thom Coleman says

    this sounds very good. would love to try

  37. Francine Anchondo says

    That looks so good what a great idea.

  38. yana ryjova says

    This recipe sounds great. I was just having trouble thinking of what I should make myself for brunch and this is it. So unique and simple.

  39. I’m not sure what I think of cooked avocado, I like the cooling contrast. I do love 15 minute suppers, though.

  40. Kathy Pease says

    This looks delicious and I will have to give it a try..I love dishes to make that aren’t complicated and quick

  41. Sky Evans says

    This sounds so good.

  42. Christine Treece says

    This looks yummy!

  43. Michelle S says

    I like the idea of dinners like this; I’ve actually tried this recipe before and it’s an amazing meal.

  44. Rebecca Lock says

    This looks like a recipe my husband would really like. I am allergic to avocado so I could not eat this.

  45. Fifteen minutes would sure save a lot of dinner prep time!

  46. MARIA simon says

    we love chilis…this looks amazing thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  47. ESTELA KLEMP says

    I tried this before, but couldn’t get the eggs to cook completely. I’d love to try again, although my husband apparently doesn’t like warm avocado. I like avo any way I can get it!

  48. The Baked Eggs and Green Chilies in Avocado…this I’d like to try.

  49. Miz Vickik says

    15 minute suppers are perfect for busy week days!

  50. Barb Stenby says

    what a delicious treat for dinner! I could taste it now with some pumpernickel toast mmmmmm! I think it would be awesome with some cheese sprinkled on top too!

  51. Mihaela Day says

    15 minute suppers are great for a busy night 🙂

  52. Brad Merrell says

    I definitely think I’m actually gonna try this.

  53. What a creative recipe. I love avocados, so I’m always looking for new ways to cook with them.

  54. cassandra says

    I would love to try this. Avocados are one of my favorite foods.

  55. I am going to try this recipe. I like eggs, avocados, and chili peppers. I have never tried Hatch Chiles, but I can’t wait to try them.

  56. I’m starting healthy eating and this recipe with all the avocado looks fantastic

  57. Julie Myles says

    I think your husband is very lucky. This recipe sounds incredible. I so want to try this.

  58. I love the 15 min supper recipes they are so great for our hetic work week schedule

  59. Buddy Garrett says

    15 Minute Suppers sound great. Most of the time we don’t have time to fix a delicious supper.

  60. Thanks for the giveaway… great recipe, but I would add some sauteed diced onions & garlic too !

  61. Eggs and avocados are one of my most favorite pairings…and adding the hatch chiles is a MAJOR BONUS!

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