This is hands down my favourite twist on deviled eggs. Instead of adding mayonnaise and vinegar, I add avocados and lime juice. Every bite is just so creamy and dreamy. Not to mention I love the green colour! If you'd like to make yours spicy, add half a minced seeded jalapeno.
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 8 egg halves
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