Our top low-carb mayonnaise recipes

Top 8 low-carb and keto mayonnaise recipes

A good quality mayonnaise is a staple in a lot of low-carb and keto households. For a good reason! It’s a delicious way to add fat to your meal. Are you still worried that natural fat might be bad for you? It’s not. Check out our low-carb controversies guide.

Store bought mayonnaise often contain both low-quality fats and sugars so be sure to check the ingredients. Or better yet – make your own! It takes some elbow grease or a mixer and the patience to add the oil really slow in the beginning. Once you get the hang of it, it’s no big deal. Below you’ll find our top 8 mayonnaise recipes.

What’s your favorite flavoring when it comes to mayonnaise? Please leave a comment below.



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  1. marjana boc
    Mayonnaise - make it simple

    Put the egg yolk, preferrably whole, not spilled, into a glass jar, add mustard, lemon juice or vineger, salt and white pepper plus the whole amount of oil, between 175 to 200 ml per a yolk.
    Submerse the stick hand blender to the bottom of the jar, with its head over the yolk, turn it on and off a few times, pulling it upwards at the same time until all the oil is incorporated. It takes seconds, a minute at the most.

    Cover the jar and put it in the fridge. And lick the head of the blender...

  2. Dee
    I find that when making a mayo dressing or dip adding a tsp or more of lemon juice or vinegar along with your favorite spices, gives it just the right pop!
  3. Glenda
    i add finely chopped capers and gherkin, with a teaspoon of horseradish, dijon mustard, lemon juice and salt to taste. and sometimes dill

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