Elsie’s Favorite Bloody Mary Recipes

Elsie's Bloody Mary Recipe Collection It's no secret that I love a good Bloody Mary, but since my husband and I rarely drink in the mornings, I don't have them very often. And I think the rarity of it makes them feel like an EXTRA special vacation drink, which makes me love them even more! 

A couple years ago, I did a big series of Bloody Mary recipes here, and since we have a ton of new readers, I decided to make you guys a round up of all my favorites. I didn't even remember a few of these… Haha! 

Now make your shopping list and prepare to make the most epic weekend brunches EVER! 

6a00d8358081ff69e2019103987ffc970c-piA Basil Bloody Mary

6a00d8358081ff69e2017ee8750629970d-piA Jalapeño Bloody Mary

6a00d8358081ff69e2019104bb6ec0970c-piA Sriracha Bloody Mary

6a00d8358081ff69e2017c3552b550970b-piA Blood Orange Bloody Mary (sounds weird but is SO delicious) 

6a00d8358081ff69e2017ee77773d2970d-piA Wasabi Bloody Mary (my husband's favorite!) 

6a00d8358081ff69e2017ee9ee5066970d-piA Carrot Bloody Maria (Fun fact – if there is carrot juice in a cocktail, I will ALWAYS order it!) 

6a00d8358081ff69e201a511c1c063970c-piAnd for those who aren't drinking alcohol, a Bloody Mary Mocktail (it tastes almost exactly the same and is one of my favorite drinks when I'm not consuming alcohol). 

Elsie's Bloody Mary Recipe CollectionTGIF and I hope you guys have an amazing weekend!!! xx- Elsie 

Credits//Author: Elsie Larson, Couple Photo: Amber Ulmer. Bloody Mary Photos: Elsie Larson and Sarah Rhodes. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.

  • I used to work in a place that served BBQ Bloody Mary with bacon… I never knew cocktails can be so disguising.

  • The one with carrot sounds good. I am going to have to give that a try!

  • I’m not a big Bloody Mary fan, but man do I love all the ridiculous and beautiful garnish. My husband usually orders them, so I’m able to at least see the fun and crazy variations at different places. I’m thinking I might be able to do that blood orange or basil one, though. Guess I’ll have to try them out and worst case scenario, my husband gets two (I don’t think he’d complain)!

    -Molly
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  • Actually never had a bloody mary in my life but I sure am going to try one or two of these!! Thanks for sharing 🙂 <3

  • In Canada, we have Ceasers and we use Clamato juice. We also mix it with beer. It is esentially the same idea, only Clamato has clam brine in it so it is saltier and a thinner drink than straight tomato juice. It sounds gross but it is a Canadian staple! I think more places in America are starting to carry Clam (for short)! I highly recommend it!

  • Can you recommend a mix that you really like? I’m always trying new ones but haven’t found a great one yet! Thanks!

  • You and Jeremy are so cute! Love seeing the occasional pics of your families. I’d love to see the guys write a little music column, seems like you and Emma and Laura all have very musical husbands.

  • Allow me to recommend replacing the vodka with gin for all those gin lovers out there. I think it makes any bloody mary 10x better!

  • Ceasers are THE BEST. I’ve had some stellar ones made with Tequila and a crisp, cool one made with Gin with some cucumber. To die for!

  • As another Canadian has said above, I’m more used to Bloody Caesars which are essentially the same. But I would never have that for brunch in the morning……I prefer them as an aperitif before dinner or just when I have a drink with friends in the evenings.

  • I agree Jenna! I am Canadian too and the Clamato Caesar is the way to go! I always add pickle juice!