If this is you, don’t panic. You’re not alone. Almost every single brand of mayonnaise contains either soybean oil or sugar, or both. It can be really hard to find a Whole30 approved mayo. It’s because there are only 3 (yes, THREE) brands of Whole30 mayo out there! Below you’ll find you can either make your own or snag one of the approved Whole30 mayo brands.
This is my classic mayo recipe. Super easy and tastes delicious! With this easy, Olive Oil Mayo recipe you can make Whole30 Approved Mayo right in your home! (This is also the cheaper option).
This is my sweeter Whole30 mayo recipe. Great for all kinds of slaws and salads!
Click here to snag my date mayo recipe!
Avocado oil, organic cage-free eggs, organic cage-free egg yolks, organic vinegar, sea salt, organic rosemary extract.
Avocado Oil, Organic Cage-Free Eggs, Organic Egg Yolks, Organic Vinegar, Sea Salt, Rosemary Extract, Chipotle, Lime, Garlic, Chives. Rosemary extract is organic, eggs and egg yolks are both organic and cage-free
Avocado Oil, Egg Yolks, Organic Whole Eggs, Filtered Water, Organic Horseradish (Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Horseradish roots, water, Salt), Organic Distilled White Vinegar, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Salt, Horseradish Mustard Powder Blend, Spinach Powder (For Color), Mustard Oil, Dried Wasabi,Organic Rosemary Extract.
Avocado oil, black garlic puree, egg yolks, water, organic whole eggs, organic distilled white vinegar, salt organic mustard (distilled organic vinegar, water, organic mustard seed, salt, organic spices), organic rosemary extract.
These options are all made with either sunflower oil or canola oil… Here’s a word from the Whole30 Program on vegetable oils.
In Chapter 9 of It Starts With Food, we discuss all the reasons that seed (vegetable) oils like soybean, peanut, canola, corn, or grapeseed violate our Good Food standards and should be off your everyday plate. However, if we eliminated all vegetable oils from the Whole30 program, you’d never be able to dine outside of your own home! All restaurants use some form of vegetable oil in their cooking. A ban on all oils would mean you could never have a business lunch, grab a compliant burger at the airport, or enjoy a date night at your favorite bistro. And that would make the Whole30 plain old impossible for most of you.
So, we ban the seed oils specifically off-limits according to the Whole30 “no grains, no legumes” rules (corn oil, rice bran oil, soybean oil, and peanut oil), and encourage you to limit your use of the others (like safflower, sunflower, canola, grapeseed, or sesame) at home, while not specifically excluding them on the program.
Expeller-pressed hi-oleic sunflower oil, organic egg yolks, organic white wine vinegar, organic lemon juice, well water, French grey sea salt and organic dry mustard powder
Hi-oleic, expeller-pressed sunflower oil; organic egg yolks; organic white wine vinegar; organic lemon juice; well water; French grey sea salt; organic dry mustard; organic Cayenne pepper
Canola Oil, Salted Eggs (whole eggs, salt), White Vinegar, Mustard Powder, Natural Flavor and Tocopherols (natural antioxidant)
Canola Oil, Whole Salted Eggs (whole eggs, salt), Roasted Garlic, Garlic Oil (pure olive oil, and fresh garlic), White Vinegar, Mustard Powder, Salt, Water, Natural Flavor, Tocopherols
Canola Oil, Salted Eggs (whole eggs, salt), Lime Juice, Mustard Powder, Cilantro Oil, Spices, Citric Acid, Garlic Powder, Natural Flavor and Tocopherols (natural antioxidant), Cilantro Granules
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