This Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad is a vegetarian dish (vegan and gluten free). It’s the perfect salad for a fall brunch or summer BBQ event.
This is a fantastic take on the traditional egg salad sandwich (or side salad, your choice). Everything tastes better with avocado, and in this case, the egg salad has a delicious richness from the avocado and a little crunch from the cucumber.
Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad
With choline, protein, and healthy fat, this variation on classic avocado egg salad packs a powerful nutritional punch.
It tastes great spread on toast strips or on its own. Also, whole grain bread isn’t always necessary when feeding bread to infants.
Little ones have tiny stomachs and consume foods high in fiber quickly. Use whole grains about 50% of the time, if possible.
Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad Recipe
This nutritious variation of the well-known egg salad is a delectable, mayo-free substitute for traditional egg salad.
It’s a tasty way to provide your baby with the vitamins, proteins, and other essential nutrients they require while enjoying a nutritious snack.
Slice this avocado egg salad into little pieces and serve it on a lettuce wrap or low-carb bread as a delicious appetizer. It’s a great snack to give your infant as well.
- Course: Baby foods, Salad
- Cuisine: International
- Diet: Gluten Free, Vegetarian
- Cooking Style: Finger food
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Cook Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 30 minutes
- Servings: 4 servings
- Calories: 286kcal
- Author: Ms Kelly
How to prepare Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad
Ingredients for the Avocado Cucumber Egg Salad
- 1 Avocado
- 1-2 Cucumbers
- 4 Eggs
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Cut avocados in half, remove pit, scoop out flesh, and place in bowl.
- Add salt and pepper to taste. Mash avocado until smooth.
- Slice cucumbers lengthwise and cut into bite size pieces. Remove seeds and slice again.
- Crack eggs into separate bowls and beat well.
- Combine avocado, cucumber, and eggs together.
- Serve after taste-testing and adding salt and pepper.
You can cut up a hard-boiled egg for the infant if you’re using one. When the avocados are ripe, mash them.
You may choose to add more lemon juice if you’re using mashed avocado. The avocados will remain more fresh due to this.
The avocado can then be seasoned with various herbs and spices. You can feed your infant the mashed avocado once it has been done.