Vegan Garden Bloody Mary Recipe
Vegan Garden Bloody Mary Recipe Made With Pope’s Kitchen Vegan Bloody Mary Mix
Fun fact about me: I was a vegetarian/pescatarian for 2 years! I wasn’t extremely hardcore about it, if I’m being honest, but I do know and understand the struggle when you’re looking for vegetarian or vegan options of your favorite food or drink! A lot of people assume because the base is tomato juice bloody marys must be vegan and vegetarian friendly, right? Well there’s one small ingredient in most bloody mary mixes that makes it non-vegetarian and vegan friendly and that’s Worcestershire sauce. That’s right, that hard to pronounce sauce, has fish in it. Being a pescatarian, Worcestershire was okay to drink in my bloody marys but if you’re a true vegan than you need a vegan mix! A great vegan mix on the market is Pope’s Kitchen Vegan Bloody Mary Mix.
Pope’s Kitchen Vegan Bloody Mary Mix wanted to focus on “clean, simple flavors of nature’s bounty,” so that’s exactly what inspired my created Vegan Garden Bloody Mary Recipe! Just a few herbs and veggies from the garden and your boozy vegan delight is ready to drink!
Founder of Pope’s Kitchen, Clark Pope set out on a mission to create and bring to market products made with the freshest ingredients and when possible, most local sources. You won’t be confused or tongue-tied by any of the ingredients on a Pope’s Kitchen label. Even though I’m not a vegetarian anymore I value the same mission as Clark!
1tbsp of hot sauce (check to make sure your brand is vegan)
1 lime wedge
1 lemon wedge
1 half of a jalapeno
1 cherry tomato
1. Fill glass with ice
2. Add hot sauce and cilantro to cup
3. Add Pope’s Vegan Bloody Mary Mix and vodka to the glass and stir evenly
4. Garnish with remaining ingredients