roasted garlic mustard

Roasted Garlic Mustard

I was reflecting a lot on our times in Leavenworth, WA as I was making this Roasted Garlic Mustard recipe.  Leavenworth is a little Bavarian Village nestled away in Northern Washington. In the winter the buildings are covered in white twinkle lights and there are horse drawn sleigh rides through the snow covered town. It’s beautiful!


The first time we went to Leavenworth, Michael and I were dating and we rode two-up on his cruiser.  It turned out to be quite an adventurous motorcycle run that resulted in 18 hours of riding in two days.  Michael is still mad at me to this day for dozing off a little on the way back during the last stretch home… apparently it’s dangerous…


A few years later we found ourselves with family back in Leavenworth saying our vows that we live by today! I can’t wait to get on the bike and do that run again… although, since having the baby it might take me a little time to drop some pounds to fit back into my leathers :/

Roasted garlic mustard

While we were in Leavenworth for the wedding we came across a little mustard shop.  It had every flavor of mustard you ever imagine!  We sampled so many different flavors of mustard I can’t even remember them all. It was a blur of deliciousness.

roasted garlic mustard

I referred to the 1886 Royal Baking Powder Company Cook Book when making my Roasted Garlic Mustard recipe. This adaption of the “Made Mustard” recipe has a zing!  For those hot food lovers you probably wont think it’s that strong, I’m a little more sensitive to spicy foods.  It would probably be classified as “medium” after mellowing for 2 days.  Keep in mind that the longer you keep it in a cool place before using it, the more it will mellow in flavor.

roasted garlic mustard

Roasted Garlic Mustard
Not your traditional boring yellow table mustard. This roasted garlic mustard recipe has a zing that originates from quality ingredients and made by you!
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163 calories
13 g
0 g
12 g
3 g
1 g
94 g
5422 g
9 g
0 g
10 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving
Calories 163
Calories from Fat 104
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 12g
Saturated Fat 1g
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2g
Monounsaturated Fat 8g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 5422mg
Total Carbohydrates 13g
Dietary Fiber 3g
Sugars 9g
Protein 3g
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
  1. 4 tablespoons powdered yellow mustard
  2. 2 teaspoons oil
  3. 2 teaspoons salt
  4. 2 teaspoons white sugar
  5. 1 teaspoon white pepper
  6. 1 small bulb of garlic (roasted and smoothed into a paste)
  7. vinegar
  1. With the mustard in a small bowl pour a small amount of boiling water on it just to moisten into a very thick paste
  2. Work in the oil mixing with a fork or spoon until all is absorbed
  3. Stir in salt, pepper, sugar, and garlic combining thoroughly
  4. Work in vinegar until desired consistency is reached
  5. Pour into desired storage container; pour a little oil on top
  6. Secure lid tightly and store at room temperature to mellow for 2-14 days for the flavor to mellow; then store in the refrigerator.
Adapted from 1816 Royal Baking Powder Company Cook Book
Adapted from 1816 Royal Baking Powder Company Cook Book
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  1. How much sugar? I see it in the instructions but not in the ingredient list. Thank you in advance! I love homemade mustard. I would like to give this a try.

    1. Author

      oops! Thank you for calling this to my attention! I made the correction above: 2 teaspoons of white sugar 🙂

  2. Oh yum! Mustard is my absolute favorite condiment – I have at least 8 jars in my fridge right now. You’ve inspired me to start making my own!

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