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How to Make Homemade Vegan Mayo

By making your own mayo, you can control exactly what goes in it. Oh, and it’s way cheaper than buying vegan mayo or even regular mayo. That's a bonus!

I guarantee that if there is a person in your life who can’t have a lot of sodium (or even eggs for that matter), this recipe will make them very happy. A drastic change in diet, especially for health reasons is hard. If this simple recipe can put some normalcy and familiarity back into someone’s life, then I have done my job.

Homemade Vegan Mayo

This Recipe is :

Dairy FreeVegan


  • 1/2  cup organic soy milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt (or less)
  • 1 teaspoon ground mustard
  • 1  1/2  teaspoons garlic powder
  • 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons agave nectar
  • 1 cup organic canola oil


  1. Place soy milk, sea salt, ground mustard, garlic powder, vinegar and agave in a blender.
  2. Place the lid on the blender and turn to slow.
  3. Take the middle part of the blender’s lid out while the blender is still running and slowly pour in the canola oil.
  4. Place the lid back on and blend until the mayo is thick and creamy.



This recipe is awesome as is or you can use it as a base and add whatever flavor you like. More garlic, sriracha, wasabi, chives, dill, sun dried tomato, let your imagine run wild and have fun.

I suggest using organic canola oil and organic soy milk because canola or soy that isn’t organic has likely been Genetically Modified.

You can double this recipe for a bigger batch if you like.

This will stay good in the refrigerator for up to a week.




Molly Patrick is the co-founder of cleanfooddirtygirl.com Molly is a food coach, specializing in healing people's relationships with food by focusing on how, what and why they eat. She has a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from Cornell University in conjunction with the T. Collin Campbell Foundation. Her popular Saturday emails have turned into a Saturday morning ritual for her readers around the globe.



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59 comments on “How to Make Homemade Vegan Mayo”

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1 Years Ago

Help!!!!!! My Mayo never got creamy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joanne Cabe
2 Years Ago

I made some modifications & loved it. Subs I used: I used Hazelnut milk, Olive oil, Maple syrup and 1/4 tsp. mustard. I think you could use any kind of milk & oil you want to use, and still have it work. Then I mixed part of it with pesto [after mixing it up into mayo] it was great both ways. Thank You for the recipe!

Roshan Mana
2 Years Ago

Getting quiet a cookie!

Jacky Turansky
2 Years Ago

I can't believe you would suggest using canola oil and agave...honey and some kind of nut oil would be far healthier. And another type of milk might be a better choice as well, almond, rice or maybe even hemp.

Gina Bernadette
2 Years Ago

I hav copied this I love all the ingredients :)

Dee Batis
2 Years Ago

Soy Sucks!

Kai Kaikinshyreeankhtra
2 Years Ago

oh you can buy it at the store

Karen Frosch Brown
2 Years Ago

Why would anyone do this? You can buy olive oil mayo. It isn't expensive, totally vegan and dairy free and it taste's wonderful.

Tudie Stewart- Ryley
2 Years Ago

not good using agave nectar though

Unprocessed People
2 Years Ago

one cup oil? Aye!


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