Making your own vegan mayo is absolutely fun with this irresistible and easy recipe! All you need is a blender, a few ingredients, and five minutes of your time! This homemade vegan mayonnaise is so thick, creamy, and delicious (and cheap!) that you’ll never want to buy store-bought versions again! Make it and store it all in one Mason Jar!
What ingredients do I need to make Vegan Mayo?
- Soymilk – plain, unsweetened. I like to use WestSoy or TraderJoe’s brand.
- Oil – a neutral flavored oil such as Canola, Vegetable, Sunflower, or Avocado oil.
- Apple Cider Vinegar – you can also sub fresh lemon juice.
- Salt – yup, salt is a must!
Optional Ingredients include:
- Kala Namak (otherwise known as ‘Black Salt’) – this contributes a naturally wonderful ‘eggy’ flavor!
- Nutritional Yeast Flakes – just a bit of this really adds richness.
- Yellow Mustard – this does wonders for the flavor!
- Sugar – if you like a sweeter mayo, def add a tsp of organic sugar!
How to Make Vegan Mayo:
First gather all your ingredients.
Expert cooking tips:
Make sure your oil and soy milk are both room temp for the best results!
You can use either a traditional blender or a stick/immersion blender to make this recipe. My absolute favorite is to use a stick blender and make the mayo in a quart mason jar, and then I use that same jar to store the mayo! No extra dishes! Ha!
Add all ingredients EXCEPT the oil to your mason jar or blender base, and briefly blend. Then begin slowly pouring oil into milk mixture while blending on medium speed. The slower you pour the better! It should take 3-4 minutes to pour the oil in.
Once the mayo has reached your desired thickness (this will happen all at once near or at the end of pouring the oil), stop pouring, stop blending, and you are done! Your vegan mayo will thicken slightly more in the refrigerator! And oh, isn’t it just beautiful?!
I simply cannot get over the amazing texture and taste of this vegan mayo! I could put it on just about everything – sandwiches, veggies, fries, etc.! It’s also the perfect match for my Vegan Egg Salad and equally awesome in Vegan Chickpea Salad!
Do I need a Hand Blender to make this Vegan Mayo?
You can certainly make this vegan mayo recipe in a traditional blender. However, I have to say, I absolutely love this little thing! Not only does it make great mayo in a mason jar (thus eliminating an extra dish, ha!) but it also works great to cream soups and sauces in the pot or pan they are made in! I have an older version of this Cuisinart Hand blender and this Kitchen Aid Immersion blender is also very popular!
How long is Vegan Mayo good for?
This vegan mayo should keep in your refrigerator for about a month. It will separate slightly over time, but just give it a quick stir and you’re good to go!
Is Vegan Mayo healthy for you?
This Vegan Mayo recipe is ‘healthier’ than traditional mayonnaise because it cholesterol free and has 1/3 to 1/2 fewer calories than most store bought brands of vegan mayo. However, I still wouldn’t describe it as healthy because of significant oil content. So I try to enjoy it only occasionally and in moderation!
YOU MIGHT ALSO ENJOY THESE RECIPES:
- Real Vegan Mozzarella Cheese
- Vegan Pasta Salad
- Best Vegan Chickpea Salad
- Best Tofu Egg Salad
- Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
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Best Vegan Mayo
- 1 cup soy milk plain, unsweetened
- 1 Tbsp yellow mustard
- 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp nutritional yeast flakes
- 1 pinch kala namak (black salt)
- 1 1/2 - 2 cup oil neutral flavored such as canola, vegetable, avocado, or sunflower
- First gather all your ingredients.
- Add all ingredients EXCEPT the oil to your mason jar or blender base, and briefly blend.
- While blending (on medium speed for traditional blenders) begin slowly pouring oil into milk mixture (The slower you pour the better! It should take 3-4 minutes to pour the oil in.)
- Once the mayo has reached your desired thickness (this will happen all at once near or at the end of pouring the oil), stop pouring oil, stop blending, and you are done! Your vegan mayo will thicken slightly more in the refrigerator!
- Your vegan mayo will last about 4 weeks in the refrigerator.