You guys. I am so in love with how these Bloody Mary Carrot Cocktails look. It just makes me laugh to see a gathering of people sipping on what looks like a bunch of carrots! And what is even better? These Carrot Cocktails are super easy to make from scratch, or using a pre-made mix. No judgment here. But don’t leave out the secret ingredient. Carrot juice adds something really special to a classic bloody mary. A friend who tried these aptly said they add a ‘lightness’ to the sometimes more intense Bloody Mary tastes. And also a hidden sweetness! I totally agree.
I hope you enjoy this Bloody Mary Carrot Cocktail Recipe as much as I do. And bonus – here are some ideas for other things to make your Easter Brunch the best ever too!
Batch of Carrot Bloody Mary Cocktails:
(6 Champagne glass servings)
- Add 1 cup vodka
- 4 cups tomato juice
- 2 Cups carrot juice
- 1/4 cup lemon juice
- 3 tablespoons lime juice
- 2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 2 teaspoons prepared horseradish (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon hot pepper sauce (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon celery salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- Parsley bunch to garnish.
- Champagne Flutes
~Directions for Carrot Bloody Mary Cocktails~
Stir to combine all ingredients. Serve over crushed ice – or chill all liquids before mixing. Next, pour into triangle shaped champagne flutes, add generous sprig of parsley to dress the cocktail as a carrot!
Don’t have the perfect shaped champagne flutes? Here is what I used.
Want to make this recipe using pre-made Bloody Mary Mix?
You can! Just add 1 part Carrot Juice for every 2 parts of pre-made Bloody Mary Mix! you can make any quantity if you just use that measurement.
Having trouble finding Carrot juice? Try any Whole Foods or Sprouts type store. If they don’t have some in stock, they can usually juice some for you upon request. Lakewood Organic also makes a great pre-packaged carrot juice.
Ok! So what else do you need to go with your Carrot Cocktails? How about a Carrot themed appetizer for Easter Brunch? What could be cuter than these Crescent Roll Carrot Appetizers by JulieMeasures.com?
I love that you can fill them with something savory or with something sweet like she did!
Speaking of something sweet… every Easter Brunch needs dessert!
And Homemade Cheesecake is always a crowd pleaser. Drizzle with frosting to bring it into whatever color palette you are decorating with. Tips for how to do that and more, can be found at Cowboyslifeblog.com.
Decorations. No one wants to break the bank when they are decorating, and that is where this fun tutorial on Dollar Store Easter Decor comes in handy!
You can bring whimsy to your event on a real budget! For more Dollar Store Decor tips check out lifefamilyjoy.com.
I hope you have a great Easter, and that these fun Bloody Mary Carrot Cocktails add to the whimsy of the day! You can also see other Easter Ideas here!
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