Who knew a simple egg dish could pack so much flavor. These Whole 30 Grilled Harissa Avocado Baked Eggs are about as simple as you can get and are loaded with flavor. Bonus, they keep you full, fueling you post-workout and long into your day. 

Have you ever seen a split avocado has never look better? Filled with two baked eggs, layered with Harissa, and packed in alongside some bacon, you're gonna like this breakfast!

When I decided to do the Whole 30, no one told me about things like Harissa Baked Eggs. I read countless blogs about how boring my food was going to be. How I would make the same 4 to 6 meals for 30 days. It would be a miracle, but food was going to be boring. And I was going to eat nothing but eggs and celery. And Luna bars. And I would live off coffee (ok, that last part is true).

Ha.

That’s just dumb.

I did make a lot of eggs. But nothing about my food was boring. I met and made a Whole 30 Pose, with No Crumbs Left and BazaarLazarr. We rocked it. And you know what? Cooking with only real food actually got me back into a serious cooking grove. I am going to thank Whole 3o and its crazy-ass list and rules for reminding me I am the boss of my food and I can really get inspired.

Now, you could go hard boil 60 eggs.

Or get all sorts of motivated like me. I bet I know which one tastes better.

Whole 30 Grilled Harissa Avocado Baked Eggs | Kita Roberts GirlCarnivore.com

A funky grilled spin on shakshuka eggs with a brush of spicy harissa which I learned to love while I was in Morocco and of course a little Girl Carnivore love – in which I discover that grilled avocados are incredibly good.

So, what’s harissa?

Harissa is a magical blend of delicious chili flavor in a paste that tastes amazing spread over savory meats, mixed into mayo for dipping fries, or even smeared on a grilled cheese. Yep, trust me. It’s even amazing in this campfire pizza.

The blend originates from North Africa, an area flowing with spices and is popping up in most markets in the global departments. I love the brand by Mina if you have options at the market.

Can You Grill an Avocado?

Oh, yes you can. And let me just tell you, grilling them makes an already magical fruit, even better. Brush the flesh with olive oil and grill over low heat – while grilling it heats the fruit and makes it even creamier. This is also a great trick I use when my avocado just isn’t as ripe as I would like it to be.

If you don’t have a grill, this recipe can be baked in the oven. Brown the avocado flesh side down before flipping and finishing off in an oven preheated to 325.

Now onto this whole 30 breakfast!

This split avocado has never looked better. Filled with two baked eggs, layered with Harissa, and packed in alongside some bacon, you're gonna like this breakfast!

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Whole 30 Grilled Harissa Baked Eggs in Avocados

5 from 1 vote
Prep: 5 mins
Cook: 25 mins
Servings: 2
Whole 30 Grilled Harissa Avocado Baked Eggs | Kita Roberts GirlCarnivore.com
Paleo, whole 30, and loaded with flavor. These grilled harissa avocado eggs are a serious must try.

Ingredients  

  • 1 avocado sliced down the center, pit removed
  • 1 tspn oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tbs harissa
  • Parsley
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions 

  • Clean and oil your grill grate. Preheat the grill for indirect heat by building a fire only on one side of the grill. Cover and allow to heat.
  • Brush the avocado halves with the oil, and grill on the hot side of the grill, cut side down 2 to 3 minutes, until nice char marks appear.
  • Flip and place on a preheated skillet. Carefully place the 1 egg in each half and spoon the harissa over both halves.
  • Cover and cook until the eggs are set, about 15 minutes.

Assemble

  • Garnish with freshly chopped parsley and season with salt and pepper.

Notes

If you don’t have a grill, this recipe works great in an oven too. Use a grill pan to get the look of grilling before finishing off in the oven.

Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 236kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 19g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 164mg | Sodium: 170mg | Potassium: 576mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 435IU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 37mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Fusion, North African
Author: Kita Roberts
Keyword: harissa eggs

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  1. Sounds like a tasty recipe. When you flipped and put in the pan, was that again over indirect heat, or did you move it over the heat?

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