How to Make Crispy Baked Keto Avocado Fries

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This Avocado Fries recipe is the perfect way to break in your new cast iron sheet pan. Easily transform that “not-so-ripe” avocado into french fries that are low-carb, keto-friendly, and downright delicious.

An overhead image of keto avocado fries on a newspaper with cilantro, lime, and dipping sauce.

Keto Fried Avocado

This is a recipe perfected for my husband! As a food blogger and food photographer, I am constantly creating new recipes for clients, but they are not always low-carb or keto-friendly. Last time I made my Jalapeno Popper Chicken (also keto-friendly) it was a bit hot for my taste and really needed the perfect cooling side dish. Given my husband’s love for avocados – this recipe for baked avocado fries was born!

How to make Keto fries

As with everything else, it comes down to ingredients. One of my favorite hacks for turning breaded foods into keto-friendly dishes is the use of almond flour and pork rinds instead of breadcrumbs and flour. If you don’t need to make these fries keto, feel free to substitute with all-purpose flour and panko breadcrumbs.

Ingredients for keto, low-carb avocado french fries in individual bowls on a white background.

How to make avocado fries

Step 1: Start by slicing the avocados into 8 wedges and set them aside.
Step 2: Prepare the breading. Add the pork rinds to a blender and pulse until a panko-style breadcrumb is formed.

Step 3: Setup the dredging stations. One large bowl will hold the almond flour (or all-purpose for non-keto) and seasonings. The second large bowl will hold the whisked eggs. The third will hold the pork rind panko crumbs.

Step 4: Add the breaded avocado fries to a sheet pan and spray with olive oil or avocado oil.
Step 5: Bake the fries at 400F for 15 minutes, flipping halfway through.

Overhead image of avocado fries on a cast iron baking sheet.

Tips for using avocados

Typically when shopping for an avocado you want one that is firm with a little bit of give. That slight-squish tells you they are ripe and ready to use. Many grocery stores also put their little “ripe now!” stickers on them which is helpful. For baking avocado fries though, you want one that is not quite ripe so it is easier to cut.

To make avocado fries you have to be able to slice a “fry” and have it hold the shape. This will make dredging easier and ensure that the avocado doesn’t “melt” during the baking process. Doing a slight fry and bake on the keto fries will make them soft inside like your typical french fry.

For tips on how to safely remove the pit from an avocado, look here.

Don’t have a Cast Iron Sheet Pan?

No worries! You can certainly grab one at, but if you have a standard sheet pan lined with parchment paper or an air fryer, you can whip up this recipe all the same. Any cast iron griddle or large skillet will work as well.

How to make Lime Crema Dipping Sauce

This keto-friendly dipping sauce is so easy! Simply grab a 1/2 cup of sour cream and juice from half a lime. Mix them together and it’s enough to share for both avocados-worth of fries. You can also add paprika, chili powder, or hot sauce to the dip if you would like to enhance the Mexican vibe of this dish.

A side view of an avocado fry being dipped into a small dish of lime crema.

What to serve with avocado fries?

The list is nearly endless! If it’s keto, think avocado. If it’s Mexican, think avocado. If it’s spicy, think avocado. If you’re feeling snackish – hello avocado! So many options! But here are some of my favorites:

A side view showing the bite taken out of an avocado fry on a newspaper with limes in the background.
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Keto Avocado Fries

Course Appetizer, Side Dish
Cuisine American, Mexican
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 8 people
Avocado Fries are a delicious side dish or snack for those looking to satisfy those crispy cravings. Made with pork rinds and almond flour, this snack can be made low-carb and keto friendly!


  • blender
  • cast iron sheet pan (or 12-inch skillet)
  • Whisk


Avocado Fries

  • 1 avocado
  • 2 cups pork rinds
  • 1/2 cup almond flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 2 eggs
  • olive oil spray

Easy Lime Crema

  • 1 Tablespoon lime juice
  • 1/2 cup sour cream


  • Start by slicing the avocado in half length-wise. Remove the pit from the avocado, slice into 8 wedges, remove the outer skin, and set them aside. Preheat the oven to 400F.
  • Add the pork rinds to a blender and pulse until a panko-style breadcrumb is formed. Place into a large bowl, set aside.
  • Setup the dredging stations. One large bowl will hold the almond flour (or all-purpose for non-keto) and seasonings. The second large bowl will hold the whisked eggs. The third will hold the pork rind panko crumbs.
  • Two at a time dredge the avocado slices first in the almond flour mixture, followed by the egg wash, and lastly into the panko breadcrumbs. Set on a baking sheet until finished. Spray lightly with olive or avocado oil.
  • Bake the fries at 400F for 15 minutes, flipping halfway through.
  • While the avocado fries are baking, mix the sour cream and lime juice in a small bowl. Divide for personal dipping.


To make these non-keto, use all-purpose flour where you would almond flour and panko breadcrumbs where you would pork rinds. 
Nutrition does not include Lime Crema. 
Topics covered in this post: How to make “french fries” keto, tips for using avocados, how to make fries without a sheet pan, how to make lime crema dipping sauce, what to serve with avocado fries. 


Serving: 2wedges | Calories: 107kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 27mg | Sodium: 211mg | Potassium: 133mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 70IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 16mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Debby Blom says:

    Can’t wait to try these! I’ve been reading a lot recently on avocado dishes and these sound great. Can’t wait to see what the grandkids think!!

  2. 5 stars
    These turned out GREAT!!! They held the coating well, and were Crunchy. I love that the flavor of the Avocados came through. The sauce was good. This was just too easy to make.

  3. 5 stars
    Absolutely want to try this…we love avocados!

  4. 5 stars
    I’ll definitely be making this when I get my avocados in my Imperfect Foods box next week.

    1. 5 stars
      showed these to my wife.. she has instructed me to make her some

  5. I liked the Avocado Frys, but couldn’t find almond flour. I used my mini food processor to grind almond slivers finely. I liked them, but don’t know if they turned out the same.

    1. We definitely cannot get almonds as fine as big corporations can, and almonds have water in them where almond flour has been dried. So yeah, not the same. Next time, you could use all-purpose flour and breadcrumbs if you’re not worried about them being low carb. Otherwise, invest in a bag of almond flour. It will last you a while. 🙂

  6. Willy Reimer says:

    I’m wanting to get back in to keto diet, so I’m wanting to try this. It sounds like it could be tasty, AND a good reason to break out the only cast iron piece of cookware I presently have.

  7. I made these fries today and the result was very satisfying. Thank you so much for putting up this post aa it has helped me a lot throughout the process.