This yummy Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise requires only 4 ingredients (+S&P)! Once you try it, you'll never go back to store-bought chemical-laden mayo again!

Easy Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise

This yummy Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise requires only 4 ingredients (+S&P) and 10 minutes! Once you try it, you’ll never go back to store-bought chemical-laden mayo again!

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I finally did it! I’ve been planning to make my own mayonnaise for…well, forever, it seems. I kept holding back because I knew it had to be harder than it looked. Well, it’s not. I found this recipe in Paleo Comfort Foods and tweaked it a little. The trick to making this Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise so simple and easy is a good food processor. You don’t want to all that whisking by hand.

Make sure your egg is at room temperature before you begin. If you attempt this with a cold egg, it’s not going to work. Also, I can’t stress enough that you have to pour in the olive oil sloooooowly. Like drop by drop. I used the tiny hole in my food processor feed tube to control the rate, and it worked like a charm. See the recipe for more details and a picture.

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This yummy Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise requires only 4 ingredients (+S&P)! Once you try it, you'll never go back to store-bought chemical-laden mayo again!

Easy Paleo & Whole30 Mayonnaise

  • Author: Kristi Barnes
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 1 cup 1x
  • Category: Condiment

Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Blend egg, lemon juice and mustard in the food processor until frothy.
  2. With the blades running, begin drizzling the olive oil drip by drip into the bowl of the food processor. (See note below.)
  3. Mix in the pepper and a little salt to taste.

    Once I had a couple spoonfuls of oil mixed in, I poured the remaining oil in the feed tube and let the little hole control the drip rate until it was finished.

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  4. Note: Eggs from locally-bought pastured chickens are less likely to contain salmonella than store-bought eggs. You can find pasteurized eggs as well. I am using fresh eggs from our farm, and the ingredients in store-bought mayonnaise scare me more than consuming the raw egg. I would definitely recommend you Google “consuming raw eggs” and do a little reading if you’re concerned.

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4 Comments
  • KH
    Posted at 19:11h, 03 January Reply

    Hi. It sounds wonderful! My only concern is consuming a raw egg. What did I miss? Thanks for posting, I love your website!

    • Kristi Barnes
      Posted at 22:02h, 03 January Reply

      Thank you! 🙂 Eggs from locally-bought pastured chickens are less likely to contain salmonella than store-bought eggs. You can find pasteurized eggs as well. I am using fresh eggs from our farm, and the ingredients in store-bought mayonnaise scare me more than the raw egg. I would definitely recommend you Google “consuming raw eggs” and do a little reading if you’re concerned though.

  • K
    Posted at 06:22h, 05 January Reply

    Hi Kristi,
    Great to know! Again, really love your site. 🙂
    Karen

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