Avocado Dippers

These are seriously delicious!

Avocado Dippers

Taking hardly anytime at all to rustle up, they’re a life saver for when those last min guests arrive!

Avocado Dippers


1 ripe avocado (per person or to share if only looking for a small side)

1 egg (beaten)

1 lime

2 slices of bread (per avocado, blitzed. I used 50/50 bread)

3 heaped tablespoons flour


Using a handheld mixer (or a food processor if you have one), blitz your crustless bread until fine.

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Next, cut open your avocado and slice vertically. Usually three cuts, making four sections of avocado works best. Using a teaspoon, gently scoop out the segments and then, one at a time, roll in your flour

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beaten egg,

and breadcrumbs.


Once complete, they should look something like this

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Truth telling time, I tried to just shred the bread by hand at first. Whilst it was super tasty and even had a little extra crunch, it didn’t have as much coverage as I wanted, so I would definitely recommend blitzing/food processing the bread for best results. Throughout this post, I’ve used pictures from both my first and second batch so you can see the difference!

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In a saucepan, heat some oil and – without burning yourself – lower in a segment, if it doesn’t start sizzling immediately, your oil isn’t hot enough yet. Cook until golden brown.

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Squeeze a good dose of lime over the top and serve immediately with your favourite dip

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^ see the coverage difference?

When you take a bite, the softness of the avocado is the stuff foodie dreams are made of, I’m sure of it!

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If you don’t have a favourite dip of your own, steal mine!

Mix together 2 parts mayonnaise with 1 part ketchup, then add 1/2 a teaspoon of hot chilli powder and a sprinkle of oregano, absolutely nom – everytime!

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Make for friends, family or best of all, for yourself – because as I’m sure we can all agree

“Joey doesn’t share food!!”




  1. September 12, 2016 / 8:25 am

    Oh.em.gee. These look awesome! I love avacado, even if others think they’re just bland, but would’ve never thought to make these with them!
    Kayleigh x

    • September 12, 2016 / 8:42 am

      They taste amazing Kayleigh! Give them a go – just remember to be careful with the hot oil!!


  2. Sarah
    September 12, 2016 / 9:49 am

    I neeeeeeed to try these! They look delicious!! x

    • September 12, 2016 / 9:50 am

      Go for it Sarah! They’re just so good 🙂


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