The easiest 3 minute homemade paleo and Whole30 mayonnaise recipe, made in a mason jar with a hand immersion blender. This paleo and Whole30 approved mayo is guaranteed to turn out perfect every time, it will not break. Now that I have made this homemade paleo and Whole30 mayonnaise, I will never buy mayonnaise at the store again. This is so much easy! I can honestly make it in 3 minutes. You just need 5 ingredients you already have in your kitchen, a hand immersion blender and a wide mouth pint size mason jar. You put all the ingredients in the mason jar, then insert the hand immersion blender. When you turn on the immersion blender, the container is perfectly sized to allow the ingredients to move around just enough to get super whipped and emulsified. You leave the immersion blender on at the bottom of the jar for a good seconds before moving it. Then you slowly lift up the immersion blender to continue emulsifying, and within a minute or 2 you have a jar of fresh, delicious and ultra healthy paleo and Whole30 mayonnaise!
Just wanted to let you know I made this and it came out great! This mayonnaise looks fantastic! Choosing the oil right Mayonnaise is made primarily of oil, so choosing the right oil is of course very important.
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I swear by my immersion blender. Alex Le — May 2, am Reply. The first 3 times it was perfect! You just need 5 ingredients you already have in your kitchen, a hand immersion blender and a wide mouth pint size mason jar. For a richer version, add chillies, fennel, olive oil, black pepper, coriander seeds, onion, garlic and celery. Natalie — March 27, pm Reply. But it is quite the arm workout. Amy Elfner — June 22, am Reply. Just kidding of course, but seriously! My husband and son love it!