Easy & quick maple mayo sauce is made with a little mustard for a perfectly sweet, tangy & creamy sauce; great for fry dipping, smearing on sandwiches or on chicken!
I thought I was in love with honey mustard until I tasted this sauce…
Who would have though maple syrup and mayonnaise would make the best of friends?
I’ll warn you though, if you had a problem controlling your fry consumption before, this sauce makes it 1000x harder to stop eating those deliciously crispy fries (and there’s no shame in that!).
Besides being a simple dipping sauce for sweet potato fries, this maple mayo can also be used on my panko crusted salmon.
It’s a condiment-game-changer.
Maple mayo sauce is easy to make and takes just minutes, it’s made with just 6 simple ingredients that are mixed together in one bowl:
- Yellow Mustard
- Maple Syrup
- Garlic Powder
To make this quick maple mayo mustard sauce all you have to do is add the ingredients to a bowl and mix together until evenly combined. SO EASY!
I like doubling (sometimes tripling) the recipe so I always have a jar on hand in the refrigerator.
I used to make one small batch for John’s lunch sandwiches, but we were going through it like crazy so I had to upgrade to a bigger jar.
The sauce is very similar to honey mustard.
Maple syrup is used in place of honey for a distinctive sweet flavor, alongside the tangy yellow mustard and creamy mayonnaise, it’s a delicious flavor combination.
What to use your homemade maple mustard sauce on:
- As a dipping sauce for French fries, sweet potato fries, carrot fries.
- As a fancy condiment on your burgers or sandwiches
- As a glaze on salmon, pork or chicken
- Maple Mustard Roasted Potato Salad
It’s really just one of those sauces that’s good on just about anything (like BBQ sauce in my opinion).
John tells me I can sell this stuff because it’s so good but I’d rather just share it with you guys ;).
Maple Mayo Sauce
- ½ cup Mayonnaise
- ¼ cup Yellow Mustard
- ¼ cup Maple Syrup
- ½ tsp Garlic Powder
- Pinch of Salt
- Pinch of Pepper
- Combine all ingredients in small bowl. Using a spoon or whisk to combine evenly.
- Store in airtight container or glass jar in the refrigerator (such as a mason jar).