Julie’s Healthy Oil, High Fat Mayo and Ranch Dressing

Healthy Oil, High Fat Mayo and Ranch Dressing


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One question I get over and over is about mayonnaise and ranch dressing. I’m no cook, so I asked my daughter-in-law Julie, to show me how she makes her homemade ranch, which I love. Hope you enjoy it.

Buying mayonnaise at the store is very hard to do for those of us who avoid vegetable seed oils, like soybean oil and canola oil, and if you don’t avoid them, you should as much as possible. They are not the types of healthy fats that your body needs.

Ranch Dressing is another wonderful treat that I love, but the commercial brands are made with the same vegetable seed oils and added sugar. I try my best to stay completely away from them.
Lucky for us, making mayonnaise with healthy oil is easy, and turning that homemade mayo into ranch dressing is pretty easy too.

Below is a basic recipe that you can use. I like it just the way it is, but you can add whatever low carb spices you like, and I’d love to hear about those changes.

Making Mayo with Olive Oil


Separate the Egg Yolk.

This takes practice for a guy like me, but somehow get the yolk separated from the white. Don’t use the white in this recipe.


Separate one egg, yolk only

Squeeze the juice out of lemon.

Julie has this nice squeezer, but I’d say you could just squeeze it with your hand.


Add 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice to the bowl

Pour in 1 cup of Olive Oil

– don’t use extra virgin (I don’t know why, I was just told not to)

Add a teaspoon of Dijon mustard

I used a brand that did not have added sugar. Watch out, read labels.


Add a couple pinches of salt

We decided to put the whole mixture back in the glass measuring cup, it makes it much easier to mix.
Julie does it like this, instead of the bowl, I distracted her. LOL

Use a stick type immersion blender to mix until thick and looks like mayo. (happens very quickly).
These stick immersion type blenders can be bought cheap or expensive, but they come in handy in this lifestyle.
I bought this one for less than $20.

And, easy quick homemade Mayonnaise without the evil vegetable seed oils.


Healthy Mayo – No evil soybean oil

Ranch Dressing

Now we can make the Ranch Dressing with the good olive oil Mayonnaise we just made.

Paste a clove of fresh garlic.

Use a large knife to dice the clove of garlic
Then add a little pinch of salt and mash the diced garlic with the side of the knife.


Chopping the spices.

  1. Finely Chop a 1/4 cup of fresh parley
  2. Finely Chop 2 tablespoons of fresh dill
  3. Finely Chop 1 tablespoon of fresh chives

  1. Measure 1 Cup of the Olive Oil Mayo that we made
  2. and 1/2 cup of full fat Sour Cream


Add a 1/4 cup of heavy whipping cream


Not pictured:

  • 1/2 teaspoon of white vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon of paprika

Add all the ingredients to the mixing bowl.

Mix it all up and put in the refrigerator.
Or just get a spoon and eat a big bite, like me.


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  • Susan says:

    Love the dressing recipe, Bob (love all your videos too!!)
    But you have to find out why not extra virgin Olive Oil!!! That’s all I buy! lol

    And keep spreading the word!!!!!

    • avondarcye says:

      Because the mayo will be very strong, you can use a smidge of EVOO to your avocado oil and it will be delicious.

    • Hélène says:

      extra virgin is way too strong. coconut oil is way too strong also.
      i buy extra light olive oil just for making mayo. not the greatest oil but its NOT canola or soy and thats all you’ll find premade. i use EVO only for dressings anyway. stick to animal fats for healthiest choices.

    • Cindy Gibson says:

      EVOO has compounds in it that turn bitter when agitated by the blender blade. I just made this recipe using bacon grease, macadamia oil, lime juice and cilantro and it tastes amazing!

  • avondarcye says:

    Avocado oil is the best oil for this. Light tasting Olive oil has been heat processed to lose the olivey taste. If you are going to go through all the trouble to do this use a high quality oil- you will be happy you did,

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  • Daniela says:

    I make my mayo with a mix of avocado, macadamia, coconut and olive oil. Just drag em out and add em in as I go. I keep my oils all on the same shelf above where I use the mixer, so it’s not too complicated. The reason I do that is because the different oils tend to keep the mayo from tasting of one oil or another.

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  • Missy says:

    I love your videos Bob. This mayo did not turn out for me at all! It is just a yellow looking liquid. I mixed and mixed and mixed with my immersion blender and it did nothing like yours. I put in the ingredients exactly and it just sits there. Very aggravated!

  • Jan says:

    Hey Bob and Julie, I just tried making the mayo but it didn’t whip up, still liquid. The only thing I did different was I didn’t use fresh lemon. Could that have messed it up

    • Freida says:

      Jan, I had the same experience when I didn’t use fresh lemon juice.
      I have only made the mayo 3 times. The first time with fresh lemon juice and it whipped up, 2nd time tried using juice from a bottle and it didn’t whip up and the most recent time I made sure to have a fresh lemon and it whipped up. Could it be something else? Maybe, but like you that was the only difference I could see in what I did.

  • Dawn L Enzen says:

    Hi Ive tried this 4 times bought the oil and all the other things needed even bought the blender off amazon, and it NEVERS get thick what am I doing wrong??

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