vegan mayo aquafaba
I put it in the fridge overnight and tried it one more time with the immersion blender. I was making home made mayo with egg, but felt unsure offering it to others with the raw egg. This batch will be spread on a black bean burger with sriracha, cucumber, coriander, avocado, alfalfa sprouts and cos – yum! Thank you! I’ll never buy store-bought again. I don’t eat a vegan diet, but I eat chickpeas a lot and had never tried using the aquafaba, so I made this out of curiosity. I used half olive and half canola oil (all I had), and while it DEFINITELY tastes olivey, I love it. The brown rice syrup deflated the peaks immediately.. is this what you use in the video? Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? I used an emersion blender and followed the instructions quite closely. The non vegans really enjoyed it too. No eggs! Ingredients. Did you make sure to pour the oil in slowly while blending? When I do it again I will use a cup that has a spout for pouring the oil. And I reduced the sugar to 1tsp and the vinegar to 2 tsp. High speed blender with a narrow base will work too, or the bullet style ones would be fine. Actually it is the liquid of any bean, … I froze some so we will see how it defrosts. Need help? It always turns out great. So, it works both ways. I’m leaving a comment because I can’t scroll on this page without repeatedly being brought to the comment box, my phone’s keyboard popping up, and being prompted to leave a comment. Analysis: having read the comments about sweetness I decided to go for a single tsp of agave nectar, rather than the 1-3 of sweetener that was suggested. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Justina! Just made this, very nice, exceeded my expectations actually, I Used dijon mustard, and doubled the recipe before i read the shelf life, but as it is so very lovely, I think it might just all get eaten! Would extra virgin olive oil work? So I decided to give it a whirl. Maybe this is a recipe you can double but not half?? Your vegan mayo is the best, better tasting & more economical than store brands! Thanks for the recipe! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. If this works, it would be a cheaper, healthier and environmentally friendlier alternative. I’m shocked it turned out so well, I will definitely be using this recipe as a base for vegan tzatziki again! I can’t rate the recipe yet. Thank you ? By the way, your blog is my ‘go to’…â¦. Ha! Besides, itâs perfect for one of the venezuelan traditional christmas dishes, the âensalada de gallinaâ (chicken salad). Let us know if you try it! I actually didn’t have any cream of tartar and I might have added a tad more mustard powder, so mine isn’t as fluffy and has a more yellow tinge. I’ve been having troubles making aquafaba out of home cooked chickpeas, do you have tips ? I don’t have a stick blender, but I used my nutribullet and that seemed to do the trick. :-). Pull-apart tender meat and ultra-crisp skin: It's not the most gorgeous roast in the world, but you'd be hard pressed to find one more flavorful. The extra of Latic acid balanced it out. Anyway, it was not useable. Iâm slowly trying to cut out eggs and I just love mayo, and I canât tell the difference from this and egg mayo! It will thicken even more in the fridge! So if you want to make whipped cream for pie topping, the white beans work so much better. Thanks for sharing! It is not real thick and heavy, but very creamy. I ended up with a hot mess; literally. I followed the directions for making and it still turned out perfect! We’re so glad you enjoy it, Ess! I then transferred the contents to the small container of my Nutri Bullet (high speed blender) and… success, as you predicted: the mayo took about a minute to come together. It tasted pretty good! Interesting discovery! I don’t have an immersion blender but I do have a Ninja with individual blender cups. Maybe that was the problem? The bowl was chilled as well as the liquid. I made the aquafaba myself and it puffed perfectly with the cream of tartar after mixing them. I used just the tiniest pinch of stevia – probably about 5 grains and thatâs spot on for my tastes. All the proportions in the recipe are very accurate. Wow! Season to taste with salt and pepper. We still used it with some sriracha though, and it was edible. I need to use some other oil, and cut the sugar to see what happens. I love this recipe. I also used lemon rather than vinegar and skipped the sweetener. Q. Hi, Are you using an immersion blender? I haven’t tried halving the recipe but that may also have contributed. Hi Teresa, so sorry to hear you had trouble with this one! I also attempted a ‘ranch dip’ with it that was more successful, but it also had the xanthan in it as it was losing it’s body the more I mixed in the herbs. Iâm so glad I read some comments and gave this recipe a second go. I don’t know what I am doing wrong. Thanks. The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science (based on his Serious Eats column of the same name) is a New York Times best-seller, recipient of a James Beard Award, and was named Cookbook of the Year in 2015 by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Maeve! We’re so glad it turned out well for you, Keisha! So glad you enjoyed this recipe! Hi Christina! 5 minutes, 6 ingredients, and 1 bowl required! xo. This soy-free vegan mayo is a homemade alternative to my favourite store-bought "Vegenaise" mayo (the taste is very similar, too). My immersion blender is about to blow up and it’s still just completely liquidy, not like mayo at all. I will be sharing this recipe with all my vegan friends & family. It was even more liquid than when I started. Thanks for sharing your experience, Peggy! Iâve made it several times using my Ninja smoothie maker and it comes out great. THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER CREATED!!!! Just wondering if this recipe produces a mayo more like Veganaise/Best Foods/Hellmans type mayo, or more like Miracle Whip “dressing” type mayo? Help would be appreciated as everyone else seems to have made it just fine! I’ll have to find my old recipe for vegan mayonnaise and see how that compares. So, I first tried this with a hand mixer under assumption a. Didn’t work. To make aquafaba mayo you'll need the following ingredients (pictured below): ⅓ cup aquafaba; ¾ cup raw cashews; 2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice; 1 … Stay tuned – will add that to my list! It just canât incorporate the oil to the water. I stirred some chipotle in Adobe sauce into one batch…mmm mmm. I subbed 1.5tsp lemon juice for vinegar and I used avocado oil(3/4cup). It emulsified for a few glorious seconds then suddenly turned back into liquid and nothing I did (cooling things down, using the vitamix…) would make it thicken again. You have created a vegan mayo recipe that tastes great, has the right consistency, and doesn’t use soy milk, nuts, or processed food. If it’s supposed to be like egg-mayo or store bought vegan mayo, then WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?? Let us know if you give it a try though! 5-10 minutes. Also, other readers who thought it was too thin mentioned that after putting it in the fridge overnight, it thickened. We’re so glad you enjoy it, Cathryn! The flavor actually reminds me of deviled eggs, one of the things I miss most about being vegan. I used canola and omitted any sugar because I am sugar free. Let us know how that goes! The perfect Christmas or Thanksgiving centrepiece for an indulgent vegan feast! Beautiful thick mayo! Which one is correct? I’ve tried experimenting with other bases and didn’t love them. Did you try letting it refrigerate overnight? Not sure we have this in Europe. 3/4C oil is at least 1450 cals – so wouldn’t each T be at least 90? Get our copy of FAN FAVORITES featuring 20 of our most loved, highly-rated recipes! Thanks so much for the lovely review, Chrissy. The verdict: A-Ma-Zing! Thanks for your great recipes and inspiration! Aw, thanks so much for the lovely review, Sara. In addition, homemade vegan … It turned out great! Mustard powder and ground mustard are the same thing. Both are tasty. Some readers have reported that letting it sit overnight in the fridge and then blending the next day was helpful. Adding a few whole chickpeas to the mayo improves its emulsifying properties. You shouldn’t need more than the recommended amount. The mayo tastes good. Straightforward recipe, doubles well. First mayo I’ve ever made and the first time I’ve used aquafaba. I’m about ready to give up on aquafaba. Help! I used fresh lemon juice and 1/4 cup olive oil and 3/4 cup vegetable oil. You see aquafaba is the liquid that you drain from the chickpeas as they come out of the can/carton. Thanks for the recipe. Do you have an oil-free vegan mayo recipe? (desperate!) We recently updated the recipe for improved method and tips on how to get creamy, thick, tangy mayo every time, and cream of tartar is no longer needed. I did find it runny and added 1/8th of a teaspoon of xanthum gum to the mix then blended again. *I even started freezing aquafaba in 1/4 cup portions, and I simply heat it in the microwave and even use it *hot* straight from the microwave, and never have problems. :,( What did I do wrong? Please help. We’re so glad you enjoy it! It is a MB recipe after all ;). Hope that helps! I cook my own beans as well. Vegan mayo full of flavour. I started making this yesterday with what I had on hand, so a few ingredient substitutions took place, in that I used the listed ingredients but substituted an olive and canola oil blend for the base, maple syrup as the sweetener, and coconut vinegar rather than apple cider vinegar. The perfect margarita is all about fresh, crisp flavors, barely tempered by sweet triple sec. I searched for an aquafaba tzatziki recipe but couldn’t find any, so I just made this and added dill, lemon zest, and grated cucumber hoping it would turn out. I got myself an immersion blender so I am going to try this again. This is an awesome recipe! It will also thicken after chilling in the fridge. I should also note I used a milkshake maker and it worked great. Super excited to have another good use for all my aquafaba too. I have mast cell disease and most food is a major trigger. I just added a bit of oil, whizzed, added a bit of oil and whizzed until it was good. It is a tasty little dressing though – Iâll be using it on potato salad & other things – since I clearly have a lot ! Thanks so much! 1/4 c aquafaba* Thanks for responding. For a lower oil option, whip the aquafaba first with the cream of tartar until soft peaks form – about 4 minutes (see video). For the emulsification issue, it sounds like something went wrong. We’ve since updated the recipe to include a couple new methods, plus tips on how to get it thick and creamy. I used maple syrup to sweeten and this was disgustingly sweet and tasted nothing like any sort of mayo. I used 3/4 cup Aldi vegetable oil (read: cheap) and 1/4 cup decent olive. Aw, we’re so glad you enjoy our recipes, Ann! Some other readers mentioned that solving the problem. Hi! So maybe different or more oil? So happy to have found a condiment I can eat! I used home cooked chickpea water as well. If I make it again, I will season with salt and stevia late in the mixing process. Did not know chickpea liquid had a fancy name, been using them since ever for vegan meringues :). – I had aquafaba leftover and wanted to do something with it, but don’t have any electric beaters. It was beautiful to look at, creamy and thick like mayonnaise but the taste was just meh……. We often dump aquafaba down the drain, but it … Hi Francine, the aquafaba is pretty key in this recipe- it is what allows the mayo to thicken. I made it yesterday and I need to say that I love it. It was thin. My 6-speed hand mixer flopped the recipe. :), Here are the donuts: https://minimalistbaker.com/30-minute-chocolate-donuts-vegan-gf/ I made the vegan Mayo yesterday, for the first time. It just got hot. If not, we’d recommend trying that next time. Thanks for your help! It sounds like there may have been a glitch causing it to take you to the comments/keyboard. Our FREE 49-Page Fan Favorites e-Book has 20 recipes we think you’ll LOVE! I definitely want to try this. Also, it’s been in the fridge a few days. Like miracle whip, which no one in my family enjoys. Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? This turned out amazing!! We’d recommend trying a different oil next time. I used a tall container (brita filter jug), used an immersion blender… everything. Itâs super easy to make (fail proof even), and comes together in less than 5 minutes. It looks delicious :). 3/4 cup is often enough, I find the closer to 1 cup you get the harder it is to keep it immersed. Thank you so much! Itâs super helpful for us and other readers. Rescued the mix with a handful of raw cashews – turned it into a creamy salad dressing. I could only get my mayo to turn out with a good ol whisk and bowl. I did it but skipping the sugar part . Thanks for the recipe! I tried one recipe but the flavor was lacking. But that was my fault because I was too lazy to use the taller container and didn’t blend long enough for it to really thicken. It worked! i have to say it tastes like “regular” mayo I knew that an aquafaba vegan mayo would work, because I’d read loads of accounts of how to make it over on a brilliant Facebook page called Vegan Meringue – Hits and Misses! Made with Aquafaba Chosen Foods Vegan Avocado Oil Mayo Is this a straight replacement or is this used with other products to get the same outcome as the cream of tartar? Xo. I used a vitamix. I’ll give the hand mixer a try and see if that worksâ¦sounds so good! Two things I learned: A few warnings: it seems to double in size (so make sure you use the appropriate size container/bowl), and it took me forever to whip (using a hand-held electric mixer). Thank you for this great recipie! aquafaba, easy, gluten-free, tofu go to recipe. YES! Second time i make this, this time with the liquid from a can of kidney beans (which happened to be a lot thicker than any can of chickpeas i ever bought!) This vegan recipe produces a classic mayonnaise that is thick, creamy, slightly tangy and simply perfect for all your sandwich needs. X. Hi Holly, you could try adding to the fridge overnight to see if it thickens. lol! Are you sure tartar is vegan? I’ve made this so many times! Xo. OK, Dana…I’m gonna try this because basically everything on your blog ROCKS. We are so glad you enjoyed it! I just made this last night. This is my last attempt to make anything with bean liquor. Can lemon juice be used instead of the vinegar? Thanks for this recipe. And I’m still using the double batch I accidentally made too spicy when doubling the spices). Thickness and taste seems on point for the rest of it. We aren’t sure how to fix it as coconut oil is going to harden below about 76 degrees. I didn’t have brown rice syrup so I used maple which meant increasing the ACV to a full Tbsp. Just made this. 2 tsp apple cider vinegar I just want to know what I’m supposed to end up with. Aquafaba thickness can vary quite a bit between brands. It is a little bit too liquid for my liking but read in comments that it thickens up in the fridge overnight. I used to make this in my Magic Bullet and it came out perfectly and now it comes out separated and nothing like mayo. Does it keep in the fridge for a while? Guess what? J. Kenji López-Alt is a stay-at-home dad who moonlights as the Chief Culinary Consultant of Serious Eats and the Chef/Partner of Wursthall, a German-inspired California beer hall near his home in San Mateo. First time Iâve tried making mayonnaise, never mind vegan mayo! It whipped right up in under three minutes. The next closest thing would be silken tofu or soaked cashews. The initial version of this recipe was made with a hand mixer, but I’ve since found that it doesn’t work for everyone, especially depending on the power of your mixer! I left a comment yesterday saying this recipe does not work. But I think this is exactly what Iâve been looking for!!! Thanks so much. I’m not sure why it wouldn’t thicken??. Thanks for the tips. Can I sub the grapeseed or avocado oil with olive oil? It would be great or a huge sloppy mess. Hi Kathleen! Thanks so much! The second one you tried tends to produce better looking mayonnaise at first, but it can deflate later on. Whisking constantly, slowly drizzle in olive oil. it worked! I used canola oil. I think there where multi-factors at work here. i also used olive oil with strong flavour which I love. Thanks. I’m off to get a jar of Vegenaise. Then I added the other ingredients and the oil slowly and…….Well, it LOOKED right. Hi! I used maple syrup and a blender. Way better than regular mayo. I have made it. You’ve saved me so much frustration and money! The canola oil worked out perfectly. Thanks so much for sharing! I had to finish it with an immersion blender to fully emulsify it, but when I did, it was very delicious. Currently chilling in the fridge. Thank you! Looking forward to working out any kinks since I know it will produce fab results. So very helpful! It just didn’t happen. After many minutes using inversion blender in a narrow jar, then switching to a larger bowl and using a 6 speed mixer, IT DID NOT WORK. Xo. Then, with the immersion blender on its highest speed, slowly stream the oil in over the course of 1-2 minutes. What brand of avocado oil did you use? Vegan “mayonnaise” Officially you cannot call this mayonnaise as there are no eggs in it. I had the same issue but I have put it in a squeezy bottle and will use as a salad dressing instead. I did use maple syrup to sweeten, but I didn’t think it would make THAT much of a difference in the consistency. Thanks Dana for a great recipe! Tastes amazing with garlic powder/fresh garlic and a pinch of kala namak salt. I have just made this, and stopped before washing up to say it’s absolutely delicious. His first book, Whoop! This was delicious. I was super skeptic at that I could find a valid mayo replacement and thought I could at least use this in other recipes that called for mayo, rather than eat it on its own. I imagine if you want it to taste like Miracle Whip just up the sweetener and vinegar or lemon until it tastes like you want. Aw, sorry to hear you didn’t have success with your immersion blender. I tried to salvage it with an immersion blender since I read that worked for others. Creamy, tangy vegan mayo made with aquafaba! Great recipe, very straight forward! Who knows! I followed the recipe measurements and at first I thought it was the aquafaba that had a funny taste but then I realized it was the olive oil I used. Super cost effective and easy to do. Get these ingredients for curbside pickup or delivery! After leaving it in the frig overnight it whipped up immediately. Did you try refrigerating overnight? Quite green as well. So much so itâs not enjoyable, so Iâd recommend using the other Recommended oil. Iâm newly vegan and even though I can do without mayo on sandwiches, there are some recipes I need a vegan version for and this is PERFECT!! I was worried since I don’t have an immersion blender. Youâve saved me some serious dough on mayo not to mention saving more mayo jars from being made. I’ve made a few vegan mayo recipes and they have failed. Hope you’ll give it a try! Iâve never made mayo (vegan or otherwise) and found it fascinating to watch my clear runny ingredients come together to form something thick and white! I ended up chucking it down rhe sink. Thanks so much for all of your incredible recipes, they always make my vegan cooking exceptional !! I didnât add my cream of tartar. Thanks so much for sharing! I followed the recipe exactly except I had to use cane sugar rather than brown rice syrup. Maybe I should have used the paddle attachment? ), https://minimalistbaker.com/30-minute-chocolate-donuts-vegan-gf/, https://minimalistbaker.com/best-almond-meal-chocolate-chip-cookies-vegan-gf/. After using my last spoonful and wanting to make tofu eggless egg salad, I found this recipe. Bummer. We haven’t tried it but if you check the other comments above, it looks like others had success with olive oil. I finally gave up and threw in a couple tbsp. Thanks so much! Best egg free mayo ever!!! I think you’d have better luck with a little magic bullet because this is such a small amount of ingredients. This is exactly what I needed. So easy! Would love to make. Thank you for all these interesting recipes! Next time will add for more flavour. Love love love. Thanks so much! Let us know how it goes next time! Thank you for answering. Thanks ! I only needed about 1/2 cup of oil as well. Yum! Hi Elena, it sounds like it could be the oil, but more likely the brand of chickpeas. Well, after not finding vegan soy free mayonnaise because of the pandemic I guess, I found your recipe and decided to try it. Though it will be more effort and won’t have quite the same flavor. I know, right??? Hi Carina! This is an oil-free vegan mayonnaise substitute that works wherever mayo is used, thanks to the magic of cashews and aquafaba! I used a teaspoon of grainy mustard in lieu of mustard powder. It’s AMAZING!!! Oooh, great idea, Sarah! Any ideas? Also, was a bit nervous about not using an immersion blender and just using my Ninja blender but it turned out just fine…a little less thick than normal mayo, but same taste. Thanks! I havent had the traditional mayo in a long time, but I think this version is a lot better! OMG! I haven’t tried it myself, but I’ve heard that if you are using home-cooked chickpeas you need to cook the liquid down so it isn’t as watery. Aquafaba also gives mayo that extra oomph. Hope this helps! I don’t want to sound creepy, but… I’m kinda in love with you right now. Thanks so much for this recipe. But that didn’t make any difference. Folded this whipped aquafaba into a cashew based vegan (relatively low fat) mayonnaise. I don’t know if it’s the recipe or me, but I would give it a 1-2 star(s). Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? I also added a bit more salt. Made my egg-free life that much better. Thank you for sharing the recipe! We may earn a commission on purchases, as described in our affiliate policy. And I didn’t use any sweetener either b/c I couldn’t find brown rice syrup and I’m not a fan of the taste of Stevia. Itâs super helpful for us and other readers. I tried making this three times, and each time it turned out runny. Thanks so much for sharing! Is there a way of making the some other way without oil? Plus, being a French Canadian myself, I used 1/2 teaspoon maple syrup. Absolutely wonderful! I tried stopping and adding the oil a little at a time since there was no way to drizzle it while running. For those asking about tools: Works fine with hand blender but I prefer my immersion blender. Smart! Greetings Dana, This is coming from someone who usually hates mayo and had to make this with a crappy nutribullet instead of an immersion blender. Then I added the rest of ingredients and it turned out liquid-y, I didn’t even get to the oil part. Next morning it was separated but I gave it a try and almost immediately it emulsified and made the most delicious mayo! Iâm going to get cream of tartar and try again tomorrow if my aquafaba thickens in the fridge overnight. Aquafaba is just a posh name for ‘bean water’ or bean brine - once regarded as a 'waste product', we used to … If I leave the sugar out will it work and be closer to a Hellman’s type mayo? It turned out really good. I used right between 3/4 cup and a cup of canola oil…my homemade aquafaba was just right (I make a huge thing of hummus every week.). I will never buy mayo again thank you so much. Some people seemed to have rouble with making it in a hand held mixer (it can be hit and miss), so I now suggest using an immersion blender OR a small stand up blender, like a Magic Bullet. Wonderful taste and texture. Add aquafaba, vinegar, lemon juice, sugar, salt, and mustard to food processor and process until aquafaba is foamy. And which ones would you recommend? Mine came out runny but it was so good had put it in the fridge now i was dipping it in my homemade falafel was so good i like it sweet and creamy. Iâm hoping it will thicken in the fridge I live in a high altitude, does anyone know if this affects the timing? Love all these tips. I just used aquafaba from homemade beans and it thickened up nicely. Thanks so much! It will depend on the recipe. Measure the oil in a liquid measuring cup. We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Cindy! You can also add all the oil at once (in the beginning) I’ve found. Let us know if you try it! Hope you’ll give the new methods a try! Would you mind sharing what you disliked about it? We’re so glad you enjoy it! Whoop! I love this recipe, I make it all the time for my hubby who has an allergy to eggs! Both worked really well producing a good creamy mayo. Any suggestion to replace 1/4 cup of aquafaba? I like olive oil so I didn’t think the taste would be a problem but booooyyy can you taste it in mayonnaise. My son is vegan and I wanted to make potato salad so was looking for a recipe like this. If i remember next time iâll use a deeper bowl because splash was an issue with bowl i used but iâm a bit messy of a cook normally. So did my standing KitchenAid on the fastest whip. For those in the UK Dr. Oetker do cream of tartar sachets that seem to be in all the major supermarkets with the baking items. I experimented and tried to put dollops of the whipped juice to see if it would brown like lemon merange pie. Thanks so much! The trick with the Magic Bullet is it seems to need to blend longer than an immersion blender. With the blender running, slowly drizzle in vegetable oil. I’m a newbie at observing Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread and I know that vinegar and apple cider vinegar are not acceptable. I had made regular mayo before and it wasn’t easy for me. I LOVE IT! So glad you enjoyed it, Leigh! Now I made it again and used less aquafaba (only 1/4 or even 1/5 in relation to the oil) and it turned out perfect in just a few seconds of blending! I made this mayo today, and it was better than any brand in the stores, I kid you not. What are your thoughts on Agave? I used canola oil because it is cheapest of the oils I had on hand and I only expected to use 1/4 of the recipe. I make mine in a Ninja Kitchen system but have also done this with a regular blender and even a food processor. We’re so glad you enjoy this recipe, Lauren! :) Thanks so much! I put it on a sandwich and it just all squeezed out. Has it somehow been deleted in the update? The recipe she used was in a cookbook she has so I found this one on the internet. OMG I just made this and it’s awesome! Thanks so much for the lovely review! I just made this for a friend and it was pretty spot on. It is way better than any non-vegan mayo and I made it 3 times already. Thanks so much for the recipe, I will be making it again! Your instructions and variations were clear and concise. I’ve always hated the way store bought vegan mayo tasted. And for kicks, a sprinkle of ground black pepper. Aquafaba Mayonnaise. I also used real mustard, (not powdered). We do find this recipe is best with sunflower oil. I may try another recipe next time, since I prefer homemade foods, but if all else fails, I guess there is always store-bought. Thanks! I moved the blender up and down for probably ten minutes. I don’t know why, but that is the only way it has worked for me. The consistency is perfect. We assume you poured in the oil very slowly? I made this today after I saw the updated recipe. Making vegan mayo is so easy, it only requires 4 ingredients, just 2 minutes and a blender, that’s all! I tried to make it now, but it just wouldn’t thicken. This recipe is adapted from one by Sir Kensington's, the condiment company in New York that uses chickpea liquid, or Hi Anders. Whoop! I made this over the holidays and everyone loved it. I usually double it and make it every other week. It never emulsified. Kenji's next project is a children’s book called Every Night is Pizza Night, to be released in 2020, followed by another big cookbook in 2021. Let us know and we’ll do our best to help you out! You’re making my transition to a more plant-based diet easy and fun! Unfortunately. When I tried to make it in my Ninja blender the blender heated up the ingredients causing the aquafaba to liquify and the mayo not to come together. Mind you, I had 2 cans of liquid to use, so I doubled everything. Season to … Ive made it twice now. We’re so glad it turned out well =) Thanks for sharing, Sandi! Love the info about aquafaba! I used liquid stevia, and no matter how much salt or mustard, etc I added could I rid the mayo of the taste. I’ve heard white butter beans and chickpeas are best! This sounds delicious! Miriam – we’ve updated the recipe to recommend an immersion blender OR a small upright blender, such as a Magic Bullet (both of which seemed to produce more consistently thick and creamy mayo). We’re so glad you enjoyed it, Aura! I am so disappointed. I added a bit more salt and omitted the syrup and it turned out great. Think I should have followed a recipe.) 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