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This homemade Bloody Mary Cocktail is the perfect beverage for any football Sunday. With fresh tomato juice from the garden, crispy jalapeno poppers, and crunchy pickles, this beverage will surely be a hit.
If your family is anything like mine, there is always freshly canned tomato juice and pickles available. These make the best ingredients! When choosing a bloody mary mix, be sure to review the ingredient list. Is it made with clean ingredients? Using clean and fresh ingredients is key to making the perfect football Sunday Bloody Mary Cocktail.
There is honestly nothing better than having a Bloody Mary bar during a football Sunday game. Leave the pitcher of tomato juice and bloody mary mix on the counter, along with vodka, an array of toppings, and extra garnishings and seasonings for those who like a spicy bloody mary. To load up your beverage with toppings, I like to use cocktail sticks to provide an easy way to combine all my favorite toppings.
Some of my favorite garnishes include:
To add heat, include these condiments and toppings to your Bloody Mary bar:
Additional seasonings can include:
If you want to get fancy, dip the rims of your glasses in a plate of shallow water, then roll the rim in some celery salt.
Have you tried making this bloody mary? What were some of your favorite seasonings, garnishings, and spicy additions did you add to your bloody mary bar? Comment below!