home made mayonnaise
Food: Paleo Recipes and Gut Health

Home Made Mayonnaise in Under a Minute

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I started making home made mayonnaise two years ago, and haven’t even bought a back up jar since. This is my fail safe super easy recipe, and so much tastier than anything you’ll come across in the supermarket. I promise, once you’ve made this once you will never go back! It also uses the whole egg so there is no waste.

Ingredients for a large jar of home made mayonnaise

500ml bottle of light olive oil
2 whole free range eggs
2 tbsp white wine vinegar (or cider vinegar)
tbsp wholegrain mustard
½ tsp mustard powder
½ tsp sugar

Method

– put all ingredients except the olive oil into your blender or food processor. I use my trusty Vitamix

– start the engine and whiz on half-way speed, then slowly pour in the olive oil

– you should notice the mixture start thickening up after about ten seconds

– when you have your creamy and delicious mayo, decant into the jar and store in the fridge. This will keep for a month, but I doubt it’ll last that long!

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21 Comments

  1. Really pleased you like the recipe Tina. I recently made a video which you might enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeRzjzCelng

  2. Really pleased you like the recipe Kat. I recently made a video which you might enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeRzjzCelng

  3. Hi Julie, did you see my recent vlog – Super Easy Home Made Mayonnaise (2½ mins long) Thought you might enjoy it. Have a lovely weekend 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeRzjzCelng

  4. Really pleased you like the recipe Danielle. I recently made a video which you might enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeRzjzCelng

  5. Really pleased you like the recipe Sarah. I recently made a video which you might enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeRzjzCelng

  6. Glad you like the recipe Vicki, it’s a goodie 🙂

  7. It doesn’t last long in our house because we eat salad every day for lunch, but a jar that size will keep for a few weeks. You could always halve the recipe xx

  8. Ilke says:

    How long does it last? i assume you can’t freeze in smaller batches? Thanks Ren

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  14. Oh yum! Love the addition of mustard! Yummy! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

  15. I’m not a huge fan of Mayo, the other half is thou. Thought it would take forever to make too not 60 seconds. #tastytuesdays

  16. Delicious! Love homemade mayo but have to admit it’s not something I make very often (if at all!). Will definitely try this though…
    #TastyTuesdays

  17. Thanks for sharing, strangely was wondering about making our own mayo just the other day. #TastyTuesdays

  18. It’s definitely worth giving a go 🙂

  19. I’ll tuck this away for a rainy day with no mayonnaise.

  20. Thanks Julie, I love it!

  21. I bet it tastes great and it sounds easy too.

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