Spicy Hard-Boiled Egg and Avocado English Muffins

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This is a sponsored blog post; while the views expressed here are genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Bays® English Muffins to review this product.

Elevate your breakfast, lunch or dinner with these spicy hard-boiled egg and avocado English muffins. Just imagine them! Freshly toasted, crunchy English muffins and bacon bits give the meal a savory taste and texture, while jalapeños in vinegar give it just the right amount of spicy brightness. Mixed it all together with eggs and avocado, and well, I just can’t get enough. Try them out yourself. Recipe and video below.

Two Hard-Boiled Egg Avocado English Muffins on a white plate

I love each element of this meal on its own, but together they elevate each other to a sum greater than their parts. The dish itself is so easy, too, from the pre-sliced and easy to use Bays English Muffins, to the quick salsa made from just jalapeño infused vinegar, avocado, salt and pepper. 

It’s quick, easy, and so good, I can hardly look at the photos as I write this because I want to stop and make myself some right now! 

Two Hard-Boiled Egg Avocado English Muffins next to a Bays English Muffins package

A Word About Jalapeños in Vinegar

There’s probably never been a time when chiles in vinegar were absent from my refrigerator. We use them constantly. If you haven’t already made them a kitchen staple, look for them in your supermarket’s Hispanic foods aisle. They may have different names like pickled jalapeños, chiles en vinagre, or jalapeños en escabeche, for example.

Jar of jalapeños and carrots in vinegar

A Word About English Muffins

We love English muffins. Period. They’re perfect for breakfast, of course, but they are a delightful alternative for lunch, dinner, or as a snack, too. I think it’s important to mention, however, that not all English muffins are equal, not by a long shot. I was so pleased when Bays contacted me, because we think their English muffins are special. 

In fact, Bays English Muffins are so special, you’ll need to look for them in the dairy case, because that’s where they’ll be, carefully chilled for freshness. 

Bays English Muffins in cases by the fridge section

That freshness makes a world of difference, and you will notice it even as they’re still toasting, because their aroma will fill your kitchen and nearly drive you wild. Bays English Muffins elevate any meal or occasion. I’m just saying!

If you make these spicy hard-boiled egg and avocado English muffins, be sure to snap a photo and share it with us on social media using the #mamalatinatips hashtag. I’d love to see it and have a chance to share it as well.

Spicy Hard-boiled Egg and Avocado English Muffins

Makes 4 servings (each serving uses two English muffin halves)

Prep Time 15 minutes – Start to finish 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 hard-boiled eggs
  • 2 medium size, ripe avocados, divided
  • 2-4 jalapeño peppers from your jalapeños in vinegar + 3 tablespoons of the vinegar.
  • 4 Bays English Muffins (remember to look for them in the dairy aisle)
  • Bacon bits, to taste
  • Queso fresco
  • Salt & pepper to taste

Peel eggs and cut them in 4 slices each.

Cut and peel avocados and remove the pits. Take one half avocado and smash it in a bowl. Add 3 tablespoons of vinegar from your jalapeños in vinegar and mix until you get a sauce. Add salt and pepper to taste. 

Thinly slice the remaining avocado. Set aside.

Sliced avocado on a wooden board

Chop jalapeños into very small bits. Set aside.

Toast Bays English Muffins. 

Take one muffin half, place a layer of avocado slices on top, then add two slices of egg, a sprinkling of bacon bits, a crumbling of queso fresco and finish with a spoonful of avocado sauce. Add pepper to taste. 

Repeat for all eight halves. Easy, right?

Enjoy!

Two Hard-Boiled Egg Avocado English Muffin with bacon

Meal Elevation

We love them sweet as well, like in my purple French toast, which is great for breakfast or brunch or even as a dessert with ice cream.

Get more yummy ideas by following the #BetterWithBays hashtag, and visit them on Facebook

Print the Spicy Hard-Boiled Egg and Avocado English Muffins Recipe below

Two Hard-Boiled Egg Avocado English Muffins on a white plate
5 from 14 votes

Spicy Hard-boiled Egg and Avocado English Muffins

Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time20 mins
Servings: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 4 hard-boiled eggs
  • 2 medium size ripe avocados, divided
  • 2-4 jalapeño peppers from your jalapeños in vinegar + 3 tablespoons of the vinegar.
  • 4 Bays English Muffins remember to look for them in the dairy aisle
  • Bacon bits to taste
  • Queso fresco
  • Salt & pepper to taste

Instructions

  • Peel eggs and cut them in 4 slices each.
  • Cut and peel avocados and remove the pits. Take one half avocado and smash it in a bowl. Add 3 tablespoons of vinegar from your jalapeños in vinegar and mix until you get a sauce. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Thinly slice the remaining avocado. Set aside.
  • Chop jalapeños into very small bits. Set aside.
  • Toast Bays English Muffins.
  • Take one muffin half, place a layer of avocado slices on top, then add two slices of egg, a sprinkling of bacon bits, a crumbling of queso fresco and finish with a spoonful of avocado sauce. Add pepper to taste.
  • Repeat for all eight halves.
Course: Lunch
Cuisine: American
Keyword: recipes with avocado, recipes with English muffins, recipes with hard-boiled eggs
Author: Silvia
Two Two Hard-Boiled Egg Avocado English Muffins with bacon bits on top

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Amber Myers
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Amber Myers

Oh yes please, I tend to love things with avocado. This looks amazing! I love my food with a kick, so I’ll be trying these for sure.

Jessica Joachim
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Jessica Joachim

These look so good! I am a sucker for avocado and with hard boiled eggs? I am totally sold! I will be making these this weekend for sure.

Anagha
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Anagha

I can’t wait to try out this recipe. The presentation is wonderful. The ingredients are healthy ones.

Andres Schmucke
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Andres Schmucke

I’m make this at home to surprise my wife.

Jennifer L
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Jennifer L

Oh this looks delicious. Love a good twist to the avocado toast, especially the hard boiled egg on top.

Alejandra Graf
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Alejandra Graf

Silvia this recipe is so creative!!! It looks and sound so delicious!!! Can wait to try it!!!

mavi trapos
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mavi trapos

Wow! aguacate y huevo ya suena de maravilla pero es que además picante ya ni te cuento!!! Aunque creo que igual reduzco la cantidad de spicy jejeje

Enriqueta E Lemoine
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Enriqueta E Lemoine

I loved the video, the recipe and the fact you added some of the jalapeno brine to the avocado cream! Yum!

Romina Tibytt
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Romina Tibytt

Easy and so delicious!!!! I have English muffins that nobody are eating, im going to prepare this!!

Ana
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Ana

Híjole, cómo se antojan. Sobre todo con esos chilitos en vinagre

swathi
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swathi

This looks like delicious breakfast, I love everything with egg, and avocado yum.

Melba
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Melba

Silvia, realmente esa combinación de huevos, aguacate y picante para mí es LO MÁXIMO para el desayuno, pero ponerlos sobre los spanglish muffins es otro nivel. Wowwww me encanta. Tus fotos estupendas

Blanca D
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Blanca D

What a delicious breakfast! And thank you for mentioning where to find the muffins.

Janay
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Janay

This looks and sounds delicious! I can’t wait to try

Peachy
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Peachy

I love this! It’s a quick, healthy, and easy breakfast and snack! Thanks!

Cristina Ioama
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Cristina Ioama

All I can say is WOW. Such a simple but yet healthy and flavoursome recipe. I am a fan of avocado and I love the egg-avocado combination. So I will definitely give this a try.

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