Mayonnaise vs. Dijonnaise
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Mayonnaise vs. Dijonnaise

Wondering how to dress that sandwich? Hungry Girl compares tasty dijonnaise with that old standby, mayonnaise.

Bite It: Dijonnaise

We didn't believe in magic until we tasted Best Foods Dijonnaise. Best Foods (aka Hellmann's) mixes the richness of mayo with the tang of mustard, for the perfect condiment concoction. Somehow they manage to infuse mustard with what seems like creamy mayo, only without all the nasty fat and calories. How on earth do they do it? We NEED to know! Dijonnaise is great on sandwiches, and makes award-winning tuna or chicken salad. Dij it up!

Serving Size: 1 tablespoon
Calories: 15
Fat: <1g
Sodium: 210mg
Carbs: 3g
Fiber: 0g
Sugar: 0g
Protein: 0g

* 0 Points

Fight It: Mayonnaise

Mayo is basically spreadable, white fat. Granted, it's spreadable, white, delicious fat. But it's still fat. And who wants swallow 90 calories of pure fat in a glob of spreadable goo anyway? (Don't answer that.) Our advice? Be strong, resist this condiment catastrophe, and perk up your food with Dijonnaise instead. Chances are, you'll love its creamy, mustardy ways, and won't crave plain old boring mayo ever again.

Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon
Calories: 90
Fat: 10g
Sodium: 85mg
Carbs: 0g
Fiber: 0g
Sugar: 0g
Protein: 0g

* 3 Points


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