Mock Miracle Whip®
This is our BEST ever mayo recipe.
Special Note: I love the flavor
of the Macadamia Nut Oil, but if you are dieting, you should know
about MCT Oils (medium chain triglycerides). They do not go and
cling to your fat cells. The get burned up immediately and provide
instant energy. If dieting or just conscious of your weight, you
really need to check out MCT
Oils. And even when we cut the recipe in half, I still use
4 egg yolks. It's just easier to make.
Ingredients (as always, as organic as possible)
If you prefer regular mayo to the tangy Miracle
Whip® taste, simply cut the vinegar in half and no erythritol/Swerve.
One Note on Erythritol/Swerve:
not dissolve very quickly, so we've chosen this powdered form called
Swerve Confectionary Sweetener.
Note: This recipe is just so
easy to make. When I make the FULL recipe, it seems to take a long
time. And the only thing you have to get right is the beginning when
drizzling oil into the mixer over the egg yolks.
In a mixing bowl, with the mixer
on high, add the egg yolks. Then add Macadamia Nut Oil just a few
drops at a time (or a very thin drizzle) at first to make sure
you're getting enough air into the mixture. Add the oil very, very
slowly. You should notice that the concoction starts to stiffen as
the designs created by the whirring blender being to stay longer and
When finished, mix all the ingredients in the
second part of the
recipe, including the KONJAC Flour,
in a medium saucepan.
You have to be really careful with this konjac
flour. It has virtually no calories, and 1 teaspoon will thicken a
cup of liquid. However, it will thicken without heat.
BUT, konjac flour can clump, so
you really must use a submersion blender
on this concoction.
AND NOW FOR THE BEST MAYO EVER (we've had
blind taste tests):
We have added one half cup of
Coconut Milk Powder
to the recipe. It was an experiment and it turned out so good, we
will NEVER make mayo again without this. It just made the mayo
Get this: When you finish
blending up this second part, it will look way too "liquidy" to add
to the concoction in your mixer, but don't worry. It takes a bit for
the Konjac Flour to thicken. Just go ahead and blend it all together
well, put it in the fridge, and it will thicken.
In place of a tablespoon or two of vinegar, get a
tablespoon of kimchi juice, or juice from a good sauerkraut and stir
that in. Let it sit in the kitchen for about 7 hours then
refrigerate. Another way is to open some capsules of probiotics and
spread the contents throughout the mayo and then let it sit.
This is a great way to keep your gut in balance.