Sunday, January 14, 2018

Roasted Garlic Aioli (Whole30)

There is something that I really need to talk to you guys about... it has nothing to do with this Roasted Garlic Aioli but we will get there. The burning topic that I must discuss is The Bachelor! And specifically the types of dates that they are going on.

Does anyone else feel like their dates are just the worst!? I mean I don't want to play soccer, do an obstacle corse, or god forbid... that disgusting demolition derby. And you cant tell me that all of these girls are just dying to do these ridiculously themed dates. They have to be faking it... am I right?! Not the best way to start off your relationship. However I guess allowing your bf to kiss you and twenty other girls at the same time probably isn't the exact definition of morals.

All I am saying is that if a guy surprised me with a flag football date I sure as hell would not be jumping for joy! Have you ever heard of brunch, a walk in the park, wine tasting!? I guess its a good thing I'm not planning on signing up any time soon. This house cat wouldn't make it through the first group date!

I feel so much better getting that off of my chest! And I'm gonna feel even better sharing this delicious recipe with you! So completely switching gears...

Wanna know how to have a successful Whole30? Well I couldn't tell ya. I have failed three times now. I always get to about day 16 and then eat a taco... and drink a marg... and have a brownie! Oops! But I will say that one things that I have learned that is a must is having delicious sauces on hand!

For me sauces are worth the energy! And this one takes about 2 min! (not counting the roasting time of the garlic) You will want to slather this on everything! I do! I make this once a week now its so good!

Roasted Garlic Aioli

1 Head of Roasted Garlic
1 Egg Room Temp (this is v important)
1 Cup Avocado Oil
1 Splash Red Wine Vinegar
1 Teaspoon Mustard Powder
Juice of 1/2 a Lemon
Salt and Pepper to Taste

Put all ingredients in a tall mason jar (make sure that mouth of the jar is large enough for your immersion blender to fit). Put the immersion blender directly over the egg yolk. Turn immersion blender on and slowly lift it up. The liquid will quickly change consistency and become aioli.


xx, Prosecco and Projects


  1. I saw your photo on Insta too! You have some of the best recipes! Can't wait to try this one

  2. My hubby would go crazy for this! I need to make it asap!

  3. Omg I love aioli's. This recipe sounds so good I have to try it out!!

  4. I've never actually made aioli, so I was surprised by the ingredients! This sounds so delicious, and perfect with some sweet potato fries