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The ONE healthy appetizer you will want to eat

Avocado Wasabi Stuffed Eggs

At a loss for what to bring to your next party? Healthy appetizer options run slim at most gatherings. It’s no wonder most American’s gain an average of seven pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s.

Here’s my latest creation, Avocado Wasabi Stuffed Eggs. It’s a delicious, new spin on the Deviled Eggs of the ’50’s, without mayo. I use fresh avocados, organic eggs and wasabi to give it a kick.


What to buy:

12 Hard boiled organic eggs, shelled (available at Costco)

1 Large avocado, soft

1 T Wasabi paste

1 T Dijon mustard

1/2 Lemon, juiced

Dash salt, to taste

Dash paprika


What to do:

Cut eggs in half, lengthwise

Gently remove yolks and place in small bowl. Add all remaining ingredients except for the paprika. Mix with a fork until smooth.

Spoon the mixture back into the egg white halves with a spoon, or an extra decorative touch, use a small piping bag.  Or, make a small diagonal cut in the corner of a Ziplock bag.

Sprinkle with paprika and serve.


From my heart to yours,


Toni Julian

Toni Julian is a nationally renowned health advocate, sports nutrition and fitness expert, and accomplished author of two books; BITE ME! Change Your Life One Bite at a Time and Smart, Fit & Female: The Busy Woman’s Blueprint for Looking and Feeling 10 Years Younger. She is a 60+ entrepreneurial mom of four and has founded six companies, the first while in college. NASM trained, Toni competed in natural figure competitions and tied for first place in the open Sports Model category at close to 50. Her research in the areas of sports nutrition, body composition, blood sugar regulation and satiety fueled the launch of her healthy lifestyle company--Toni’s Kitchen—and creating hand-crafted High-Performance, Hot & Cold Protein Meals® and Protein Meal Bars. She was named a Top Woman of Influence in Silicon Valley by the Business Journal for her strides in business, altruistic community service work and helping her father transition with dignity during a five-year terminal illness. Visit ToniJulian.com/shop.

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