This delicious Paleo mayo is super easy — just put all the ingredients in a bowl and whip with an immersion blender. A great base for Paleo friendly sauces.
The Easiest Paleo Mayo Recipe Ever
There are tons of Paleo mayo recipes on the internet. Most ask you to take the ingredients to room temperature before blending, and some give very specific instructions for how to add the ingredients to a blender or food processor to achieve that perfect fluffy texture.
I’m sure those recipes are awesome! But I’ve found a shortcut — the immersion blender or “stick blender”. Seriously, all you need to do is dump all of your ingredients into a container, and whip with the stick blender.
Obv, this Paleo mayo recipe calls for raw eggs, so if you’re not ok with that, you can pick up pasteurized eggs instead. Pasteurized eggs have been, well, pasteurized to kill any lingering salmonella bacteria from commercially produced eggs. Also, if you purchase free range organic eggs, you have a much lower risk of getting salmonella poisoning.
Basically, consume at your own risk. And if you want to learn more about the risks (or lack thereof) of consuming raw eggs, this article from farmersalmanac.com does a great job of explaining them.
This Paleo Mayo Makes a Great Base for Delish Sauces
For example, our Spicy Aioli…. And Caesar dressing… and many more!
- 1 large egg
- 2/3 cup avocado oil or extra light olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
- salt and pepper to taste
- Add all ingredients to immersion blender cup or container of your choice.
- Insert immersion blender, settling it on the bottom of the container.
- Turn immersion blender on. You may need to raise it a tiny bit to incorporate all of the oil.
- The oil and egg will mix together to form a creamy, delicious mayonnaise. Once it's of a consistent texture, you can turn off the blender.
- Using a rubber scraper, put the mayonnaise in an airtight container. Refrigerate promptly.
- Note: This recipe contains raw eggs. If you're uncomfortable consuming raw eggs, you can purchase pasteurized eggs. See this article from farmersalmanac.com for more information about the risks of consuming raw eggs.