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This is a great go-to “mayo” recipe. Whether you’re avoiding eggs or maybe you just want to find more ways to incorporate avocados into your diet. Either way, you’ll love this egg free avocado mayonnaise. It’s tangy and creamy, just like mayonnaise should be. With even more flavor! I know you’ll enjoy this delicious mayo substitute.
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Mayonnaise is traditionally made by carefully combining eggs and oil to make an emulsion. For a traditional egg mayonnaise, check out this homemade avocado oil mayonnaise you can make in five minutes.
To be clear, I absolutely love my mayonnaise recipe. It’s awesome. But not everybody likes mayonnaise, and not everybody can eat eggs. So if that’s you…please use this recipe as a mayo substitute and ENJOY!!!
Egg Free Mayonnaise
Since I really love the flavor and texture that mayonnaise brings to food, I was determined to find an egg free option. This egg free avocado “mayo” is not identical to mayonnaise, but it’s super tangy, creamy, and delicious. And it’s a great way to include healthy avocados in your diet. I think it’s MORE flavorful than the mayonnaise that you’re used to.
I’ve seen egg-free mayonnaise and avocado mayonnaise options at the store. But I’ve been discouraged that they seem to use hydrogenated oils, which aren’t something I want to put in my body if I can help it. Good thing I have a great recipe to make my own at home!
Avocado Health Benefits
Avocados are incredibly nutritious. Here are just a few health benefits.
- Avocados are full of the good, heart-healthy fats
- They are higher in potassium than bananas
- Avocados are a high fiber, nutrient rich food
The process to make this avocado mayonnaise is super simple. Throw all the ingredients into a mason jar, then blend it up using your immersion blender (I recommend this immersion blender, if you’re in the market for one). It’s one of my favorite time saving tools in the kitchen. Here’s a list of a few more that I couldn’t live without.
Try using this avocado mayo with some homemade almond flour crackers like these “cheese” crackers, or these ranch crackers. Or you could dip these baked sweet potato fries in it. If you’d rather use it as a dip for your veggies at your next party, that sounds like a great idea too. However you decide to eat this avocado mayonnaise, I hope you love it!
Where to Buy Avocado Mayo
This recipe is super simple and only takes five minutes to whip up a batch. But I get it. We all need to make the decision about what’s worth it to make and what’s not. If you’re looking to buy an avocado mayonnaise, you can check your local health food store. They might have something like this.
And of course there’s always Amazon. I searched for an egg free mayo with avocados on Amazon and got these results. You’ll see it’s not going to be the same as this recipe. You’ll find mayonnaise made with avocado oil (check out my recipe for avocado oil mayonnaise).
Also, I would caution you to check the ingredients and make sure you know what you’re eating. Most sauces and dips are highly processed and have a bunch of stuff that we wouldn’t put in them if we just made them at home!
In the end, I think this avocado mayo is worth making at home. No question about it!
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Make this mayonnaise without any eggs! Use creamy avocado and simple seasonings for a delicious dip!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 1 cup 1x
- Category: dip, spread, sauce
- 1 large ripe avocado
- 2 Tbs apple cider vinegar
- 3 Tbs lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 2 Tbs oil (avocado oil or olive oil work well)
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/4–1/2 tsp salt, to taste
- Put all ingredients in mason jar
- Use immersion blender and blend until creamy
- Taste and adjust, as needed
- Store in mason jar in fridge
This recipe makes about 1 cup of avocado mayonnaise
Keywords: vegan mayonnaise
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