Mayo is a kitchen staple for me. It's the base of pretty much every paleo sauce or dressing, and of course is great on it's own!
Homemade mayo is super simple and quick to make. If you're looking for a mayo that isn't full of crap vegetable oils, sugar, or fillers, that doesn't cost $8+, then make your own!
Immersion Blender (So many uses for this outside of making mayo)
Mason Jar or tall round container
1 cup Light Olive Oil (Costco)
1/2 tsp salt
1 lemon squeezed
Put all of these ingredients into your jar. Some recipes call for the egg to be room temperature, but with this method it doesn't matter if it's cold or room temp. Put the immersion blender on the bottom of the jar, the knob should be on high (or 2) and turn on IN the jar. Keep it there and slowly pull up as the white starts to form - it gets thick like mayo. Pull all the way up, and turn the immersion blender off. The mayo should be nice and thick!
Start at the bottom of the jar and blend until the white starts coming up.
Slowly start to pull up to incorporate the rest of the oil.
After the oil is gone mix up and down, and you're good to go!