Primal Kitchen Mayo

Making mayo from scratch has never been easier. This fool-proof avocado mayo recipe is inspired by Primal Kitchen’s mayo with avocado oil. You’ll make a batch of smooth and creamy mayo for all your dip, sauce, and dressing needs in a minute or less.

A copycat recipe for Primal Kitchen Avocado Mayo. Make your own mayo in one minute using just 5 ingredients or less for a budget friendly Whole30. | Thyme + JOY

When it comes to paleo and Whole30 compliant condiments, the recipe developers at Primal Kitchen know what they’re doing. Each recipe is carefully crafted with real, whole-food ingredients. The dressings are just as delicious as their less healthy counterparts.

Primal Kitchen avocado mayo is pretty easy to find these days. It’s readily stocked at Costco, Whole Foods, specialty health food stores, and even major grocery stores. While you could run out and purchase a jar, making this Primal Kitchen mayo copycat is just as quick and easy.

Don’t get me wrong. Primal Kitchen avocado mayo is delightful, but I prefer the taste of homemade mayo much more.

💗 Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Made with 100% clean ingredients – Most store-bought mayos are made with seed oils and werid preservatives.
  • It only takes a minute to make.
  • It taste just like Primal Kitchen avocado mayo.
  • It’s perfect for paleo, keto and Whole30 recipes.

👉 Homemade Avocado Mayo VS Primal Kitchen

Typically, making paleo and Whole30 compliant condiments from scratch costs much less than Whole30 approved products.

However, Primal Kitchen avocado mayo costs almost the same as purchasing the ingredients separately and making it yourself (as if I needed more reason to love that company 🥰). Let’s talk numbers.

  • Average price of a 12 ounce jar of Primal Kitchen Avocado Mayo: $9.95 or .83 per ounce
  • Average price of homemade mayo ingredients: .71 per ounce
  • 1-1/4 cups Avocado Oil: .34 (based on $9.99 liter-size jar from Costco)
  • Half of a Lemon: .15
  • 1 Egg: .16
  • 1 tsp ground mustard powder: .03
  • Salt/Pepper: .03

🥑 Ingredients You’ll Need

A few important notes about the ingredients:

  • Avocado Oil: Neutral-flavored oil, like avocado, is a non-negotiable ingredient. You can make one-minute mayo with olive oil, but do NOT -I repeat do NOT use extra virgin olive oil.
  • Lemon Juice: A splash of citric acid form half of a lemon adds subtle tangy flavor and helps thicken the mayonaiise.
  • Egg: For the best results, be sure to use a fresh, room temperature egg.
  • Ground Mustard Powder: gives it a little zing!
  • Salt & Pepper: to enhance every flavor.

📖 How To Make Avocado Mayonaisse

1️⃣ Combine ingredients.
Pour the avocado oil, lemon juice, egg, mustard powder, salt, and pepper into a wide-mouth mason jar or a large glass container.

2️⃣ Emulify ingredients.
Submerge the immersion blender into the jar until it reaches the bottom. Then, turn the blender on and begin blending. As the mixture thickens, slowly lift the immersion blender to the top of the jar until the ingredients are emulsified from top to bottom.

🤓 Recipe Tips

  • Make sure you’re working with room temperature ingredients. Otherwise, you may have trouble getting the mayonnaise to thicken.
  • Blend the mayo with TLC. The slower you lift the immersion blender up through the ingredients, the thicker and creamier your mayo will be.
  • If you don’t have an immersion blender, you can throw everything but the oil in a blender or food processor. Start blending and then SLOWLY drizzle in the avocado oil.

🔀 Variations

This avocado oil mayo is a perfect canvas for flavor. It’s easy to transform into a Whole30 flavored aioli. Check out the list below for ideas:

  • Spicy Mayo – Turn up the heat with a blend of chipotle chili powder, cayenne, and paprika.
  • Buffalo Aioli – Whisk equal parts mayo and your favorite buffalo sauce.
  • Garlic & Herb Aioli – Add mayo and a generous amount of fresh garlic and fresh herbs to a food processor. Pulse until the the garlic and herbs are fully incorporated.
  • Ranch Dressing – Stir about 3 tablespoons of ranch seasoning mix into a half cup of avocado mayo.
  • Roated Garlic Aioli – Blend mayo with a generous amount of roasted garlic.

🧊 Storing

Storing: Refrigerate mayonnaise in a sterilized glass container with a tight-fitted lid for 3 – 4 days. Do not freeze.

❔FAQ

Can I buy Whole30 compliant mayo?

In addition to Primal Kitchen, Tessemae’s and Sir Kensington’s make a Whole30 compliant jarred mayo for your dip, dressing, and sauce needs.

Is there any way to thicken avocado mayo if it’s too thin?

Before giving up and starting over, try this: whisk in two teaspoons of boiling water. The hot water will help the broken yolks reset so they can be re-emulsified with the oil.

Does avocado oil mayo taste like avocado?

No. Avocado oil has a pleasant, savory flavor similar to regular mayonnaise.

More Healthy Condiment Recipes

Thousand Island Dressing
Paleo Ketchup
Whole30 Honey Mustard
Whole30 Mayo

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Avocado Mayo (Primal Kitchen Copycat)

This easy avocado mayo is inspired by Primal Kitchen's avocado oil mayo. Make smooth and creamy mayo for all your paleo and Whole30 needs.
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Prep Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 1 minute

Equipment

  • 1 Mason Jar
  • 1 Immersion Blender

Ingredients

  • 1 ¼ cup avocado oil
  • ½ lemon juiced
  • 1 teaspoon ground mustard powder
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  • Pour the avocado oil, lemon juice, egg, mustard powder, salt, and pepper into a wide-mouth mason jar or a large glass container.
  • Submerge the immersion blender into the jar until it reaches the bottom. Then, turn the blender on and begin blending. As the mixture thickens, slowly lift the immersion blender to the top of the jar until the ingredients are emulsified from top to bottom.

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    1. Eggs are generally safe to consume raw if in-shell pasteurized eggs are used. Hope that helps! -Krista (Team Thyme & JOY)

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