AIP Mayo

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Last Updated on December 17, 2023

This easy Garlic AIP Mayo recipe that is creamy and delicious! It’s perfect on a lettuce wrapped sandwich or for dip for fries.

A person holding oven baked fries who is dipping one in the  garlic aip mayo

As my work on creating the book slowly comes to a finish, I am considering tackling the Autoimmune Protocol.  

I still have a host of small annoyances  that I know have to do with my diet and, I’m just getting tired of dealing with them.  

When making drastic changes in my diet I tend to feel, well, trapped; like the world is closing in on me.

However, my eyes have been opened to the amazing recipes you can eat on the Autoimmune Protocol from the book  The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook by my friend Mickey from Autoimmune Paleo.

The Autoimmune paleo book cover

The book is a must have for anyone thinking of  trying the Autoimmune protocol.  

It is jam-packed with information and includes a fantastic meal plan, shopping list and gorgeous, easy to make recipes.   I love mayo and was amazed and when I saw this vegan garlic mayo recipe in her book.

Buy it! You won’t be disappointed!  

Now, a lot of people think that you need eggs to make mayo.

We all know that eggs are a no no on the AIP diet.

So, Mickey was genius enough to realize that you can use a food processor or immersion blender with some coconut butter, olive oil, garlic cloves and make a delicious aip mayo.

What’s in this AIP Mayo Recipe?

This recipe is made with 4 simple ingredients:

Coconut Butter

Extra Virgin Olive Oil


3 to 4 cloves garlic

How to make this mayo recipe

  1. Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high for a minute of two, until thick sauce forms (when freshly made, it should resemble the consistency of conventional mayonnaise).
  2. If the sauce is too thick, think with water until the desired consistency is reached.

Common Questions for this Garlic AIP Mayo Recipe

Can I substitute avocado oil for extra virgin olive oil?

Yes, avocado oil is a great, light oil you can use in this recipe

Is this recipe egg free?

yes, this recipe is 100% egg-free

Do I need to use apple cider vinegar for this AIP Mayo Recipe?

No, you don’t. Traditional mayo needs apple cider vineager to imulsefy the eggs. Because this recipe is egg free, you do not need this ingredients

Can I use coconut oil or palm shortening instead of Coconut butter?

No, you will want to use coconut butter as it give this the perfect texture.

Ways to use this Garlic AIP Mayo

You can use this mayo to make a homemade chicken salad or tuna salad. Simple add pre-cooked chicken, diced celery and onions in a bowl and add this AIP Mayo and mix well.

You can use this mayo as a base for a simple salad dressing. Mix it together in a jar with vinegar and avocado oil with garlic powder and sea salt. Whisk until combied and store in the fridge.

vegan garlic mayo
Yield: 10 servings

Garlic AIP Mayo

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Use this delicious AIP Mayo on lettuce wrap sandwhiches or for fry dip!



  1. Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high for a minute of two, until thick sauce forms (when freshly made, it should resemble the consistency of conventional mayonnaise).
  2. If the sauce is too thick, think with water until the desired consistency is reached.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 92Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 69mgCarbohydrates: 4gNet Carbohydrates: 0gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gSugar Alcohols: 0gProtein: 0g

Did you make this recipe?

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Recipe and Photo reprinted with the express permission from Mickey @ Autoimmune Paleo.

Other AIP recipes you might enjoy

Paleo Pop Tarts

Strawberry Mousse

43 thoughts on “AIP Mayo”

  1. I love that you shared this recipe and are giving people a chance to win this awesome prize! I’m just getting started on my autoimmune paleo journey, and I think having this cookbook by my side would make it so much easier. Thank you! πŸ™‚

  2. I have been coveting this book for awhile now… πŸ™‚ my husband has been trying AIP off and on and I struggle to make meat and vegetables have any sort of variety! Would love to have the whole copy and I’m absolutely trying this garlic mayo!

  3. I love me some mayo, especially garlicky mayo. I’m going to try this. I am also new to your blog and love it. Thanks for posting.

  4. My 13 year old daughter is interested in eating healthier, but trying to change the mind of my 88 year old father (that we live with) is a different story. I would love a book full of healthy recipes to jump start things for us.

  5. Can you please explain what ‘coconut concentrate’ is in the recipe? Or include what’s referenced on page 45? Thanks! I really do enjoy your recipes and website. I look forward to your upcoming book. πŸ™‚

  6. I’ve ordered your book from Amazon and it’s been on back order forever it seems. I’ve started the AIP on my own because my pain levels and stomach problems are so bad right now. I’ve got celiac disease. So far, so good. My stomach is calming down some. Really looking forward to your book so I can dig into it.

  7. In reading the ingredients, I noticed that the first one is Coconut Concentrate and it says PAGE 45…I am thinking that this is from the book but I don’t have the book so I’m not sure what is required as this ingredient. Could you please clarify as I’d really like to try this recipe. Thanks so much!

  8. I have also been thinking of trying this diet and this would make it so much easier! I would love to try this recipe, but I don’t have the instructions for the coconut concentrate without the book.

  9. I am new to the AIP and this book would really help me with other things to eat. I follow “A girl worth saving” and appreciate all of Kelly’s help and recipes.

  10. I have been doing paleo for about three months now, and I’m so glad to have read this mayo post! Must try! Other mayo recipes I find considerably lacking, due to the fact that I love mayo in my pre-paleo ways. Thanks

  11. Garlic Mayo on deck for later this week – In love with garlic right now! Thinking about Paleo seriously but just can’t get there yet. Clean Eating, I believe, is where I am now. Love your emails, don’t do too much with fb, but will take a look. πŸ™‚

  12. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and recipes. I will be trying your mayo soon! You are quite an inspiration to me..just another real girl trying to heal herself….just like ME! πŸ™‚

  13. I’ve never heard of the autoimmune protocol. I’m going to have to do some investigating. πŸ™‚
    Thanks for sharing this recipe and the info.

  14. I would love to win the book. I am feeling better, but know that I am far from being better. Thank you for your awesome recipes! πŸ™‚ I made your italian bread (rolls) and they were very tasty! Next I want to try your sandwich buns and much more

  15. Looks wonderful! I know I would get so much use out of a book like that, and it would be so helpful in my healing journey:)

  16. I cannot wait to try this mayo recipe. I so miss making my own, since I love it and stopped using canola years ago. Thanks for the contest!


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