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Healthy Homemade Probiotic Mayonnaise

A Healthy Alternative to Storebought Brands of Mayonnaise
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Discover the art of crafting nutritious homemade probiotic mayonnaise with our simple and wholesome recipe. Elevate your condiment game with a healthier alternative that’s easy to make, versitile, and delicious.

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 5 mins Rest Time 1 hr Total Time 1 hr 5 mins
Servings: 16 Estimated Cost: $3.00  1 Calories: 150
Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


Whip up a cup of homemade mayonnaise with ingredients you probably already have. Enjoy a healthy fat with fresh taste. Mayonnaise is very simply an emulsion of oil and eggs, with some acidity and salt. Adding a probiotic twist makes it a gut-healthy win. 

Basic Ingredients

Optional Probiotic and Herb Additions


  1. Separate the egg whites from the yolk. You can also use the entire egg, if desired. It does not affect the texture of the manyonnaise if you blend thoroughly with a mechanical blender. If you hand whisk the mayo, it may affect the overall texture to add the egg white. 

  2. Stir the egg yolk or whole egg slightly, mixing in any other ingredients, except the oil.

  3. Slowly add oil while whisking or blending continuously. Once the mayo starts to thicken add the oil in a steady stream while blending. Be careful not to add too much oil at once. 

    If the mixture is too thick, add water one teaspoon at a time. If it is too thin, add another egg yolk and adjust the other ingredients as you like.

    homemade probiotic mayonnaise using immersion blender
    My tool of choice is an immersion blender. It is easy to use with any bowl or container and the cleanup is quick.
  4. Storage

    Store your homemade mayonnaise in any covered container in the refrigerator for two weeks.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1

Servings 16

Amount Per Serving
Calories 150kcal
Calories from Fat 135kcal
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 15g24%
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Cholesterol 12mg4%
Sodium 10mg1%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Avocado oil is my choice of oil for many things, including condiments. It is rich in oleic acid, a healthy fat. Avocado oil is reported to help reduce cholesteroal and improve heart health. It is high in lutein, an anti-oxidant that benefits eye health. It has a high smoke temperature (500 degrees) so it is a great choice if you plan on cooking with your mayonnaise.

Adding a probiotic liquid, such as a brine or yogurt, elevates the nutritional value, making your homemade mayo excellent for gut health. The addition will also help your homemade mayo last a little longer in the refrigerator. 


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Frequently Asked Questions

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What about using raw eggs? What are the risks of salmonella?

Almost all recipes for store-bought and homemade mayonnaise contain raw eggs unless the recipe is for vegan mayonnaise or egg-free mayonnaise. Generally, these raw-egg mayonnaises will still be safe to consume since the egg or mayonnaise goes through a pasteurization process that kills excess bacteria that could otherwise harm you.

Can you eat mayonnaise if you are pregnant?

Pregnant women may eat mayonnaise given that the eggs are pasteurized, especially if the brand states that they use pasteurized eggs. However, it may be best for pregnant women to avoid homemade mayonnaise if you are not sure if the eggs were pasteurized. Best to be safe.

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