Low-Calorie Avocado Mayo Recipe

Packed with amazing flavors and healthy fats, this low-calorie avocado mayo recipe is going to be your new favorite spread! I mixed a spoon of this mayo with a handful of cole slaw right after making it and it was delicious! If you love avocados, you are going to enjoy it recipe.

I couldn’t believe how creamy and fragrant this avocado mayo turned out. I immediately wanted to dip my fingers in as soon as I spooned it out of the blender. (which I did shh) Even my 10-year-old who hates avocados thought it was good so I’m sure you’re gonna love it.

What Makes This Avocado Mayo Healthy

Avocados are rich in healthy fats and have a ton of health benefits. They help with weight management by keeping you full longer, maintaining muscles, and improving heart health.

Adding avocados to your diet regularly can also boost digestion, and increase brain function and eye health.

Low-Calorie Avocado Mayo Recipe

Low-Calorie Avocado Mayo Recipe

If you don’t like a strong garlicky flavor, try reducing the amount of garlic powder this recipe calls for. I recommend using lemons only for this recipe because limes will make your mayo very sour.

Some people substitute apple cider vinegar but I found that lemons tasted the best. Additionally, you can use avocado oil instead of olive oil, it’s just as healthy and tastes great.

Lastly, make sure your avocados are green when you open them, and don’t use them if they are dark brown, grey, or contain mold. You also don’t want to use mushy avocados for this recipe.

Low-Calorie Avocado Mayo Recipe Ingredients

Ingredients For 1 1/2 cups | Total Time: 10 Minutes

  • 2 very ripe avocados (cored)
  • 4 tablespoons of organic virgin olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon juice (fresh)
  • a dash of salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard (or any mustard)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper

How To Make Healthy Avocado Mayo

Simply add all of your ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend for 5 minutes or until completely smooth.

blending the avocados with the rest of the ingredients

You don’t want any chunks in there. You also want to scrape down the sides as you blend.

Avocado Mayo Nutrition Facts

Each serving of this avocado mayo has | 66 calories | 5.7g total fat | 0.8g saturated fat | 0mg cholesterol | 79mg sodium | 3.7g total carbs | 1.6g dietary fiber | 0.8g total sugars | 1g protein | 8mg calcium | 2% iron | 129mg potassium |

A serving of avocado mayo is 1 tablespoon | These facts are based on a 2000-calorie diet

What To Serve With Avocado Mayo

There are so many options that I don’t know where to start! You can use this mayo as a spread on your favorite toast, mix it with cole slaw instead of regular mayonnaise, or even as a dip while munching on your favorite roasted veggies or chips. 

You can also use this mayo in tuna or chicken salad, your options are endless. I had some toasted pita bread with this avocado mayo and it was delicious!


To store your avocado mayo, transfer it to a mason jar or any jar with a lid and add a tablespoon of olive oil so that it preserves perfectly and put it in the fridge for up to a week. It’s been more than a week since I’ve had mine in the fridge and it still tastes great.

The color got darker at the top in one of the jars because I forgot to olive oil but the taste is still the same.

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Avocado mayo is a perfect alternative to regular mayonnaise. It’s packed with healthy fats and great for most diet plans. I hope you try this recipe and if you do, let me know how you liked it in the comments below. Also, please don’t forget to share my post cause it really helps.

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