5 of the Best Bloody Mary Recipes with SaladPower
Emily Cooper, RD.
No weekend brunch is complete without what else but …alcohol! Call it hair of the dog if you want, but we are all about those 10 AM Bloody Marys. What other cocktail can say it’s loaded with veggies AND vodka? Didn’t think so. Here’s five ways you can turn your SaladPower into happy hour, Bloody Mary style.
makes 4 servings
1 cup Just Veggies SaladPower
1 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1/2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoons fresh horseradish
½ teaspoon hot sauce
¼ teaspoon pepper
¼ teaspoon salt
1 cup vodka
Celery sticks / pickle spears (optional)
Whisk together all ingredients in a 1 quart pitcher or glass container with lid.
Refrigerate at least 2 hours or overnight before serving.
To serve, add ice to 4 glasses.
Add 2 ounces of vodka and 4 ounces of mix to each glass.
Garnish with celery sticks or pickle spears if desired.
Once you’ve mastered this classic cocktail, it’s time to pull out the big guns in the SaladPower bloody mary arsenal. Here’s 4 variations of the basic to keep the party going from lunch ‘til brunch.
The Pineapple Mary
Put a tropical twist on the classic by replacing the Just Veggies SaladPower in the recipe above with the Veggies + Pineapple variety. Garnish with a wedge of fresh pineapple, cocktail umbrella, or any fruit you have on hand for some extra tropical flair.
Mango Tango Foxtrot
Give your bloody mary the perfect balance of sweet and spicy by using Veggies + Mango SaladPower instead of the original flavor. Replace the black pepper with 1 teaspoon of chili powder, and garnish with fresh mango or lime wedges, and a chili lime salt rim when you’re down to tango.
Bust out the tiki cups for this one my friends! Add ½ cup each of Veggies + Pineapple and Veggies + Mango SaladPower instead of the Just Veggies in the basic recipe. Garnish with as many tropical fruits as you can fit in your glass, or serve out of a coconut for some extra beach-worthy bartending points.
This one ain’t for the faint of heart. Double up the hot sauce used in the original recipe, and garnish with a heavy sprinkle of red pepper flakes. Add a chili powder and cayenne salt rim for an extra mouth-scorching cocktail that is sure to spice up your regular ol’ brunch party festivities.
Which of these veggie-loaded cocktails are you most excited to try? Let us know in the comments below!
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