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Bunny Mary #EasterWeek #EasterRecipes

This recipe is intended for readers 21 years and older. Please drink responsibly.

This year Christie of A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures has rallied a group of bloggers to share recipes to inspire your Easter menus. So, if your menu still isn't set, check back with us throughout the week. We'll be posting on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week.


Monday Recipes


Bunny Mary


I've long been a fan of Bloody Marys as evidenced by my Beefed Up Brown Mary, Charred Bloody Mary, and probably a handful that I haven't bothered to post. This adults-only Easter cocktail is a slightly sweet, slightly spicy Bloody Mary made with carrot juice instead of tomato juice...hence the 'bunny' part. Cheers! 

Ingredients makes one cocktail

  • 1 lemon wedge (I used a Meyer lemon)
  • 2 ounces vodka
  • 4 ounces carrot juice
  • 2 dashes hot sauce
  • 2 dashes Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 pinch salt (I used a Habanero salt) + more for rimming the glass
  • 1 pinch pepper flakes
  • 1 pinch smoked paprika
  • olives
  • pickle ribbon
  • Also needed: ice, cocktail strainer, pint glass, toothpick

Procedure

Pour some salt onto a small plate. Rub a lemon wedge along the lip of a glass. Place rim down in the salt and roll until every edge is coated. Spear pickle ribbon and olives onto a toothpick and set aside.

Place ice in a pint glass and squeeze the remaining lemon juice from the wedge. Drop in the lemon. Add in the remaining ingredients and stir to combine. Strain into prepared glass and garnish. Serve immediately.

Comments

  1. Hah...I had visions of rabbit skewers in this cocktail. Great share Cam.

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    1. I'm serving up a rabbit recipe on Wednesday! But I've served mini sliders as a bloody mary garnish; I guess I could do rabbit skewers. LOL.

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  2. When I saw your title I had no idea what would greet me, lol! This sounds delicious.. I'm a HUGE spicy bloody Mary fan.

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    1. Bloody Marys are my favorite brunch cocktail. Let me know if you try this version.

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  3. Ha! I love it! Bunny Marys would be perfect for Easter brunch!

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