Honey Mustard

"Wonderful on salads or used as a dip for chicken or fries."
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Ready In:
1 cup(approx)


  • 12 cup Kraft mayonnaise (don't use Dukes or Miracle Whip!)
  • 14 cup mustard
  • 14 cup honey
  • 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar (leave out if using for dip)
  • 1 dash salt
  • cayenne pepper


  • Whisk together and chill.

Questions & Replies

  1. Can you serve this hot
  2. Can I use red wine vinegar?
  3. I don't have rice wine vinegar, what can I substitute
  4. What kind of mustard?


  1. Excellent sauce. We used it as a dipping sauce with chicken fingers. I use Hellman's Mayo. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
  2. Good food. I served it to my 14 year old daughter (She says she wants me to call her my son). She loved it. Gave me a big cat Rawr. She also says she wants to be called a boy cat and is making me buy her a fur suit for Christmas. Anyways got distracted. Great recipe. And also anyone on the forum know how to make tuna macaroni salad for my boy cat. (AKA my daughter, Bladus).
    • Review photo by Jayce G.
  3. Too easy! I used my own homemade mayo (1/3rd olive oil, 2/3rd avocado oil) and Grey Poupon Dijon mustard. I served it tonight on a bed of lettuce topped with an Alaska wild caught King salmon filet. Yeah, I grew the lettuce, but I didn't catch the salmon.
  4. “Don’t use Duke’s” ?!?!?!? No thanks
  5. Excellent!! So delicious, I'm hooked on this flavor. Try to use a high quality honey, such as one from a local source, or the raw organic available at your grocer's market.


  1. Use French's Dijon mustard instead of regular yellow. Make less by using the same proportions (1 part honey to 2 parts mayo to 1 part mustard).
  2. Instead of cayenne and vinegar I used Hooters hot sauce.
  3. I LOVE Arby's Honey Mustard and this filled it's shoes just great! I omitted the vinegar and used a couple dashes of tabasco sauce in place of cayenne pepper.
  4. This is delicious! I used Vegenaise instead of mayonaise to keep it vegan.I left out the cayenne because I made it for my son. I also skipped the vinegar, it was not needed. I used raw, local, dark unfiltered honey-yum!


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