Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

When I was first married a neighbor gave me this recipe for my first dinner party. I was afraid to tackle a "real" hollandaise sauce and this was perfect. I still use it today.


  1. Combine all ingredients.
  2. Heat over low heat and serve.
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THANK you!!! I don't always want to do a full-on batch of Hollandaise. This gives me interesting options to work with. The tastes (and recipe) are very good to begin with -- and I'm enjoying dithering with the ingredients. I appreciate your post, greatly.

Bailey Dean June 28, 2010

The mayo kind of overpowered everything else. It really does not look or taste like hollandaise but it so much easier to make. Its kind of like comparing Jello Cheesecake to a baked from scratch one. Not as good as the real thing but it will do.

Nyteglori March 29, 2009

I forgot to make the Hollandaise sauce for the asparagus that my son asked me to fix so I tired your quick recipe. I don't eat Hollandaise sauce so I asked him to rate it. Thanks Denise in da Kitchen. Bullwinkle

bullwinkle October 07, 2008