Make Your Own Bloody Mary Bar Recipe
No holiday brunch menu is complete without Bloody Marys. Sure, the name is a little violent. And sure, they can be strong. But this sharp,
tastes great with all the sweet, rich brunch food you'll be making-- and will get everybody loosened up enough to tell you how
much they really
cooking. This is a drink Mary would be proud of! One pitcher serves about eight people.
The instructions for setting up a self-serve Bloody Mary bar are below-- this is one of the easiest, most fun brunch menu ideas you can use.
guests will love it.
84 oz. tomato juice
2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
2 oz. lemon juice
10 oz. vodka
23 tsp. Tabasco
2 tbsp. prepared horseradish
salt and pepper, to taste
Garnishes (see below)
Traditional Instructions: Combine ingredients in a pitcher. Serve over ice. Garnish with a celery stick.
Bloody Mary Bar Instructions: Set out glasses with ice, the pitcher of
Bloody Marys, and let guests pour and garnish however they like. The more garnish options you give them, the more fun they'll have. Some creative Bloody
Mary garnish ideas are:
- Celery sticks
- Stuffed Spanish olives
- Cherry tomatoes or tomato wedges
- Lime and lemon wedges
- Pickled peppers, garlic cloves, and cocktail onions
- Cooked and peeled shrimp
- Avocado slices (sprinkle with lemon to prevent browning)
- Picked asparagus spears
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