Wholegrain Cider Mustard Recipe


Yesterday we shared our B&B Pickle Recipe we made with Joni and today we are back with a homemade mustard recipe. Trust us, you'll never need to buy condiments at the store again. For this recipe you can adjust the ratio of yellow mustard seeds to brown mustard seeds, depending on the level of heat you'd like. The brown (or black) seeds are more hot. Also, if you prefer your mustard to be thinner and less creamy, add more water and vinegar while blending to reach the desired consistency.


  • ¼ cup Whole Yellow Mustard Seeds
  • ¼ cup Whole Brown Mustard Seeds
  • 1 Tbl Coleman’s Ground Mustard
  • 2 Tbl Honey
  • ½ cup Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • ¼ tsp Celery Seed
  • ½ cup Purified Water


  1. Place all ingredients in a glass bowl.  Then tightly cover with plastic wrap for 2 days.
  2. Once the mixture has sat for 2 days place the mixture into a blender.  Blend for 30 seconds for a coarse mixture, or longer for a smoother consistency but mixture will not be able to be completely smooth.
  3. Transfer ingredients to a glass jar fitted with a tight lid.  Place in refrigerator the mustard will be good for at least 3 months.

We will be back later this week with entertaining tips to assemble and source a local meat and cheese board.

Photography: Erin Wood | Location: Home of Joni Lay

Bread and Butter Pickle Recipe


We are excited to kick off a new blog series, FROM SCRATCH. We will be traveling to Atlanta homes to prepare all the courses of a wholesome meal from scratch. We recently visited with Joni of Lay Baby Lay to teach her how to make a simple meat and cheese board as a starter. We shared our well-loved B&B Pickle recipe as well as WholegrainCider Mustard...

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We will be sharing the mustard recipe tomorrow, but be sure to visit Joni's blog for the how-to with the pickles... you will also find amazing nursery inspiration, photos of her cute family, amazing home interior projects, and a print shop.


Photo Credit: Erin Wood