Eggs In Tomatoes

30 min cook time
10 min prep time
Preperation Time:
10 mins
Cooking Time:
30 mins


  1. 3 tomatoes
  2. 3 teaspoons mashed avocados
  3. 3 eggs
  4. Salt and pepper, to taste
  5. Green onions

nutrition facts

Calories281Calories from Fat141
Total Fat15.7g 24%Saturated Fat4.6g 23%
Cholesterol491mg 164%Sodium788mg 33%
Potassium1152mg 33%Carbohydrates17.8g 6%
Dietary Fiber5.7g 23%Sugars11.2g
Protein20.4gVitamin A78%
Vitamin C92%Calcium12%

nutrition facts

Total Fat15.7g 24%
Cholesterol491mg 164%
Potassium1152mg 33%
Dietary Fiber5.7g 23%
Vitamin C92%
Calories from Fat141
Saturated Fat4.6g 23%
Sodium788mg 33%
Carbohydrates17.8g 6%
Vitamin A78%


Heat the oven to 190 degree Celsius.

Cut the tomatoes on one end. Scoop out the core and seeds.

Line a baking sheet. Place the tomatoes with the scooped side facing upwards. In each tomato, place a teaspoon of mashed avocado. Beat each egg separately and season with enough salt and pepper and pour into the prepared tomatoes.

Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Garnish with green onions. Serve hot with whole wheat bread or rotis.


As they contain high quality natural protein and many other beneficial vitamins and minerals, Eggs are an ideal dietary component when eating for exercise. Eggs play a key role within a balanced diet to help you achieve your goals. A quick look at the benefits of eggs include:

  • Eggs are rich in high quality protein
  • A medium egg contains fewer than 70 calories
  • Eggs are naturally rich in vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B12 and vitamin D
  • Eggs contain vitamin A and a number of other B vitamins including folate, biotin, pantothenic acid and choline
  • Eggs contain essential minerals and trace elements, including phosphorus, iodine and selenium

This wholesome using eggs, avocados, and tomatoes is a wholesome and healthy dinner option.