Serve something a little different for game day this year. Try one of these delicious Bloody Mary recipes and have some fun with your garnishes!
We’re less than a week away from game day and I always like to think of ways to switch up the traditional Super Bowl inspired menu. Sure, the classics are great, don’t get me wrong, but I like it when I can serve something that’s a little bit unexpected. It helps make each and every gathering a little bit different and who doesn’t like a surprise every now and then?
Beer is a football staple. I’m a huge football fan, and I don’t usually turn one down when I’m at a game, but for the Super Bowl, why not take things up a notch and serve a brunch classic? The ever popular bloody mary! It pairs perfectly with game day snacks and there are sooo many ways to customize them for each one of your guests. (You could even set up a DIY bloody mary bar!) Today I’m sharing two different bloody mary recipes with you, just in case you want to try something a little different than the traditional bloody mary recipe. But, if not, I’ve got the traditional covered too. 😉