Mayonnaise is a food that many of us grew up with. We ate it in sandwiches, potato salads, egg salads, and so much more. Unfortunately traditional mayonnaise is not vegan because it’s made with eggs.
Luckily, there’s a wide array of vegan mayos on the market to choose from that taste the exact same, if not better!
Vegan mayonnaise is made with ingredients such as tofu, oil, and even chickpea aquafaba. It is made without animal cruelty, it has a lower carbon footprint, and it’s better for your health.
Here are some of the best companies that sell vegan mayonnaise that you can buy at the grocery store.
In this article I will also include links to a few recipes if you love being in the kitchen and prefer to make your own mayonnaise!
Vegan Mayonnaise You Can Buy:
Follow Your Heart Vegenaise (Also known as Earth Island in Canada)
This mayo comes in five different varieties such as Chipotle, Sriracha, Soy-free, Grapeseed oil, Reduced Fat, and Organic.
This creamy mayonnaise is of course, cholesterol free, and also low in saturated fat. It comes in either 16 or 32 ounce sized jars. It’s soy-free, and gluten-free as well.
This mayo is non-GMO, trans-fat free, and contains no preservatives. Just substitute it as you would use regular mayo!
This is a very unique mayo alternative, because it’s made out of chickpea water, aka aquafaba! It also contains 100% sunflower oil. Aquafaba is a natural egg substitute that is made from just chickpeas and water.
This mayonnaise is absolutely delicious, and so much better for your body than regular mayonnaise.
This is not a vegan company, however, they do sell vegan mayonnaise! Hellmann’s® Vegan is made out of soybean oil, and it’s cholesterol free. It’s also GMO free and certified vegan.
Those are the most popular vegan mayonnaise alternatives. I’m sure there are many more, and if you know of any that I missed please leave a comment letting me know!
Now, here are some links to homemade vegan mayonnaise recipes that you can try yourself.
You only need 4 ingredients to make this mayo and it’s ready in a mere 2 minutes!
This mayo is so easy to make, and much cheaper than traditional mayonnaise! You can customize it by adding less salt. If you prefer spicy mayo, just add some chili powder.
Vegan Aquafaba Mayo by The Viet Vegan
The aquafaba used in this mayo recipe makes a deliciously creamy and thick mayo alternative.
Hopefully you enjoyed this post on vegan mayonnaise options! If you have your own recipe or favorite brand you use feel free to leave a comment below.
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