This creamy and delicious sugar free honey mustard is a much cleaner version than what you'll find in the store, and made super fast!
Sugar Free Honey Mustard Ingredients
See the recipe card for measurements.
Dates are used in place of sugar! They are what's used to sweeten this in a much healthier way than sugar.
Side note- this sugar free honey mustard uses distilled white vinegar, because it has no (or VERY little) yeast in it. You can read here about yeast intolerances and how distilled vinegar is a safe option.
Of course, the base of it is mayonnaise. You can use either a premade mayo, or a homemade version.
If you want to stay in control of your ingredients (and also keep it yeast free!) check out this homemade Whole30 Mayo. It's super basic and clean.
Start by boiling the dates in water to soften them, about 1 minute.
Drain and set aside to cool, and remove the pits.
When the dates are cooled, place all the ingredients in a mason jar.
Using an immersion blender, blend everything thoroughly. That's it!
The easiest way to store this dressing is to keep it right in the mason jar, and put saran wrap on top.
Since this recipe calls for raw egg, check the date on the egg carton. That is how long your finished mustard will last.
To be safe, always throw it away if in doubt when using raw eggs.
- Puerto Rican Chuletas are a delicious fried meat to dip in this sauce!
- Gluten free chicken tenders are easier to make than you think and pair perfectly with this dip!
Sugar Free Honey Mustard
- 5 dates
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- 1.5 teaspoon mustard
- ¼ teaspoon turmeric
- 2 teaspoon vinegar
- Boil the dates in water to soften, for just about a minute. Let cool and discard the pits.
- Place all ingredients in a mason jar.
- Blend with an immersion blender thoroughly.
Uses for Whole30 Honey Mustard
What can you do with this honey mustard? Umm, the possibilities just go ON and ON!! You may have heard it said that sauces are LIFE on the Whole30. They absolutely can get you through boring meals!
My favorite way is to eat these with fried Whole30 chicken strips or chuletas. A note on fried foods. Deep fried foods are OUT on your Whole30. However, pan fried or shallow fried foods are allowed. If these are trigger foods for you or "foods without breaks", then be responsible and honestly determine whether or not they have a place in your personal Whole30. They are not official SWYPO, but maybe they are for you personally.
An obvious use is salad dressing! Don't eat a plain, dry salad just because you're removing soy and sugar, some common ingredients in salad dressings! There are COUNTLESS Whole30 dressing you can make, and this is a fabulous one to add to salads.
Use it on chicken sandwiches or wraps. When I'm not on a round, I can't think of anything yummier then to bite into a crispy, buttermilk fried chicken sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and this creamy honey mustard!
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Although I'm not whole 30, I appreciate the idea of it. I've been wanting to experiment with dates and this is definitely a unique recipe to try them out with.
This is a good one to experiment with! It's so easy. Hope you enjoy it!