Egg in Avocado Purgatory

by Lauren

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Our best bud from college Darci was in town this weekend. As far as I’ve seen, she doesn’t eat eggs with out an avocado so I figured this was the perfect breakfast to welcome her.

It’s literally an egg sizzled inside an avocado. Oh Pinterest, how I love thee.

Along with eating a tasty breakfast this weekend, I went camping with some girlfriends. I decided I really, really miss it. I’m totally ready for another road trip now! Can we leave tomorrow? Cool.

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Please excuse my intense and slightly overbearing beach camping hair-do.

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I didn’t have much faith in my ability to build a camp fire but Darci and I managed to build one that was good enough for mallow roastin’ and thus s’more makin’.

Chris built all the fires for the 7 weeks we were on the road last summer as I sipped on wine and tossed an occasional twig into it. Despite this, look what we created!

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Little did Chris know, I observed every single movement and can now make fire without his assistance. Not to say I wouldn’t rather have him do it…

P.S. Someone had the amazing idea of using salted caramel filled dark chocolate for s’mores. Pure genius…I highly recommend it.

Back to breakfast.

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This is so wholesome, easy and incredibly delicious. The warm but slightly firm avocado with the runny egg is quite the combination.

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Darci had the grand idea of pairing it with some sliced tomatoes and sautéed spinach and kale. Chrissy added some buttered sourdough toast. Pintrest gave us the main course.

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Egg in Avocado Purgatory

Ingredients

1 egg

1 slice avocado

Directions

Slice a 1/2 inch slice from the middle of an unpeeled avocado. Remove seed. Using a small cookie cutter (or shot glass) cut a slightly larger hole in the center of the avocado slice.

Set the slice of avocado in a non stick pan with a little bit of butter. Crack an egg into the hole and cook on medium low with the lid on for 5-6 minutes, or until yolk is desired consistency. Peel avocado skin off and serve.

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P.P.S. Our squash blossoms and cucumbers are blooming!

From the Little Yellow Kitchen,

Lauren

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3 Comments to “Egg in Avocado Purgatory”

  1. Oh goodness. This looks fantastic. I absolutely love avocado! And drippy egg! And toast! Hehe…

  2. Seriously, I am so stuck on eggs with avocados. This is definitely my kind of breakfast!

  3. What a great idea! I would love this for breakfast!

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