Lemon Garlic Aioli (eggless)

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Preparation Time 3 minutes Total Time 7 minutes
Servings 10 servings (1 tbsp per serving) Cost Per Serving $0.25
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1/3 cupWhole Milk (soy and almond milk will also work), very cold
1/2 tbspLemon Juice
1 tspDijon Mustard (optional)
1 tbspParsley, finely chopped
3 clovesGarlic, peeled
1/2 cupExtra Virgin Olive Oil or any oil you prefer (Walnut Oil, Grape Seed Oil, etc.)
To tasteSea Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper


  1. ​Add milk, lemon juice, garlic and mustard to a food processor. Pulse to combine well.
  2. Very slowly, drizzle in your oil while the food processor is running. Continue to add oil slowly until the mixture is the consistency of mayonnaise.
  3. Season with salt and pepper. This aioli can be kept in the fridge for up to one week.


  • ​Looking for a healthier mayonnaise that is lower in saturated fat than traditional recipes? In search of a tasty addition to your vegetables? Look no further.
  • Put garlic on your recharge shopping list. There is strong evidence that garlic protects against stomach cancer, and growing evidence to suggest it might help prevent colorectal cancer. Other types of cancer are still being investigated. In one study, eating 2 teaspoons (about 10 grams) of garlic or onion each day was associated with a lower risk of prostate cancer.
  • Lemon helps to bring out the flavour of other foods and can be especially helpful for people who have experienced taste changes due to cancer treatment. If you have mouth sores or are otherwise sensitive to acidic foods, add lemon zest instead of juice for flavour without the acidity.
  • Lemon contains an oil called limonene, which has been shown to prevent tumours from growing in animal studies. Flavonol glycosides, another compound found in lemons, prevent cancer cells from dividing in laboratory studies.