Over-the-top Bloody Marys can be so much fun at a Sunday morning brunch, but did you know you can make them at home?
The trick to these over-the-top Bloody Marys? More is more!
They take a LOT of skewers and just when you think you’re done, you can always add a couple more peppers or pickles! Simply start planning your Bloody Mary with your meat proteins, then add some bright colors with red, orange, and yellow peppers, and round out the over-the-top garnish with pickles, lettuce, radishes, celery, and asparagus.
Seaside Bloody Mary
This Seaside Bloody Mary is a huge hit with seafood lovers! Loaded with shrimp, breaded popcorn shrimp, and a King Crab leg, I then garnished the cocktail with peppers, pickles, and, of course, a stalk of celery.
Southern Brunch Bloody Mary
The Southern Brunch Bloody Mary is the only thing you need to serve at brunch since it’s both a meal and a drink packed into one. The cocktail has chicken and waffles, bacon, two biscuits, and even a fried egg! It’s garnished with peppers, pickles, asparagus, celery, and a radish.
Happy Hour Bloody Mary
And last, but definitely not least, the Happy Hour Bloody Mary is loaded with all of your favorite happy hour eats including a hot dog, two sliders, onion rings, and curly fries. And then on top of all that, I added some bacon, peppers, pickles, butter lettuce, and a stalk of celery.
This Bloody Mary is perfect for game days!
But the best part of these Bloody Marys was how easy it was to make the actual cocktail. The Tabasco Bloody Mary mix made it so easy – simply add vodka to your glasses, pour the mix, add any additional pepper or spices if you want to make it hotter, then start garnishing.
Remember, when it comes to the garnish, more is more!