60 Second Condensed Milk Mayonnaise

condensed milk mayonnaise
60 Second Condensed Milk Mayonnaise in a white bowl on a timber table

We grew up with Mum’s condensed milk mayonnaise. There was always a Tupperware container of it in the fridge ready to smear on an egg salad sandwich, and considering we grew up on a poultry farm there was always, always tonnes of eggs …..remind us to tell you just how many we used trying to perfect pavlova…..too many!

Condensed Milk Mayonnaise Ingredients

Anyways as this mayonnaise was always on hand it was perfect for after school sandwiches.

Crusty white sourdough bread smeared with mayonnaise, cold thinly sliced iceberg lettuce, thin slices of tomato and cucumber, salt pepper and some shaved ham makes for a perfect sandwich.


Nestle label showing the ingredients and method to make condensed milk mayonnaise
Original Nestlé label showing the condensed milk mayonnaise recipe

Condensed milk mayonnaise – Original recipe

This Nestle recipe has been around for decades, probably well before supermarkets sold salad dressing, or salad cream.

The recipe was on the label and this is the recipe we both always make and have on hand in the fridge, particularly in the warmer months.

Our Mum always used malt vinegar, where the original recipe used white. It’s piquant with the mustard powder and malt vinegar and you’d think it would be super sweet, but it’s not. 

ingredients to make condensed milk mayonnaise in a glass bowl with a whisk ready to beat it together
Add the ingredients to a bowl and whisk until combined

One minute condensed milk mayonnaise

Condensed milk mayonnaise is super quick and easy to make. All you need to do is pour the condensed milk into a small bowl and add the vinegar, mustard powder, salt and pepper and give it all a good mix. 

Pour the mayonnaise into a container with a lid and refrigerate it. The mayonnaise thickens up from when it is first mixed which makes it spreadable. 

It keeps for months refrigerated. 

Beating the condensed milk mayonnaise in a glass bowl with a whisk
Beat until all of the ingredients have been incorporated – this takes less than a minute

Delicious variations and uses

  • Try adding a couple of tablespoons of fresh cream, a squirt of tomato ketchup and a dash of tabasco for a delicious seafood cocktail sauce
  • Adding loads of fresh snipped chives through the condensed milk mayonnaise gives a delicious burst of flavour to egg salad sandwiches
  • Add a little curry powder
  • Mix it through your next potato salad.
  • Add it to your favourite pasta salad
  • Spread on salad sandwiches
Pouring the condensed milk mayonnaise into a jar ready to store in the fridge
Pour into a clean jar and keep refrigerated, this mayonnaise will keep for weeks!

Watch How To Make 60 Second Condensed Milk Mayonnaise

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condensed milk mayonnaise
Yield: 1 1/2 cups

60 Second Condensed Milk Mayonnaise

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This fabulous tasting pantry mayonnaise is made in minutes. It keeps for ages in the fridge. Great with egg salad sandwiches and just about anything else you can think of

Amendment: Originally this recipe was posted as gluten free - with further research it appears malt vinegar contains small amounts of gluten. Use white vinegar if gluten is a problem for you.


  • 1 tin condensed milk 395gm (14oz)
  • 2 heaped teaspoons mustard powder or wet hot english mustard
  • 1/2 cup malt vinegar - try white vinegar for a gluten free alternative
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon fine white pepper


    1. pour condensed milk into a small bowl
    2. add vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper
    3. whisk till thoroughly blended
    4. pour in a container with lid
    5. serve and enjoy!


Kept in a clean airtight jar this mayonnaise will keep for weeks

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 68Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 1mgSodium 122mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 0gSugar 14gProtein 1g

Nutritional information provided here is only intended as a guide.

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  1. My mum used to make this exact Mayo all the top, thank you for the memory.

    1. Recipe Winners says:

      Hi Susan, glad you enjoyed the trip down memory lane. Jo and Jen

  2. My Grandmother used to make this mayo! Living on an isolated property she had all the tricks to rustle up a 3 course lunch out of seemingly nothing. This was a staple in the fridge. We loved it on shredded lettuce.

    1. Recipe Winners says:

      Hi Heather, thanks for the trip down memory lane. Your Grandmother like so many of that generation were so resourceful and this mayo has stood the test of time along with so many of their recipes. Jo and Jen

  3. If you’re trying for gf don’t use malt vinegar. My daughter is celiac and eating this would make her extremely ill. I’ve never tried it with white vinegar, mum always made it with malt. Has anyone tried white? Is it as good?

    1. Recipe Winners says:

      Hi Robyn, sure enough after checking malt vinegar does contain small amounts of gluten so thanks for the insight into malt vinegar…….
      Originally the recipe was printed on the Nestlé condensed milk can and it used white vinegar. Our mother like yours always made this recipe with malt, but we think it would definitely be worth giving it a try. Would love to hear how it turns out if you use the white vinegar. Jo and Jen

      1. Glenda Egan says:

        I’ve always used white vinegar as did my mum and her mum as well. Tastes fantastic.

        1. Recipe Winners says:

          Hi Glenda, agreed the mayo taste fantastic using either white vinegar which is what the original Nestlé recipe called for or malt, either way it’s a winner. Thanks for sharing. Jo and Jen

      2. Delphine Griffith says:

        Yes I’ve tried it with white, it really is good, my mum always made hers with brown.we have never had bought mayonnaise as it hasn’t the right taste to use all the time, I’ve grown up with it so have my sons now I’m trying to educate my Grandchildren, the taste is a bit strong as they are used to bought stuff and to me it has no flavour, so hoping this Christmas I’ll get them on side as I don’t have to bought only homemade with condensed milk. The vinegar and mustard takes the sweetness away. ???‍??

        1. Recipe Winners says:

          Hi Delphine, thanks for the response to the question about the mayo being as good with white vinegar as opposed to malt vinegar, it’s always good to get another perspective. Good luck with converting the Grandchildren, we think once they taste condensed milk mayo they’ll never look back. Jo and Jen

  4. Barbara Bensley says:

    This certainly is a trip down memory lane. My mum always used white vinegar and it was delicious. She also added chopped gherkins or MasterFoods Gherkin Relish to make a tartare sauce. Old fashioned and still yummy.

    1. Recipe Winners says:

      Hi Barbara, couldn’t agree with you more, it is yummy. Glad you found us. Regards Jo and Jen

  5. Jordan McCulloch says:

    Is condensed milk the same as sweetened condensed milk?

    1. Recipe Winners says:

      Hi Jordan, yes they are the same. Don’t let the fact that it’s sweetened put you off, with the addition of the vinegar and mustard the sweetness is balanced out. Hope this helps.

      1. Jordan McCulloch says:

        Ok thank you I was just making sure 🙂

        1. Recipe Winners says:

          No problem! We’re happy to talk about anything in our recipes! Glad we could help.

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