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Inspired by all the crazy ideas I’ve seen over the years, my Bacon and Eggs Bloody Mary combines homemade bloody mary mix, crispy bacon, and deviled eggs. This brunch superstar is now a completely breakfast!
Sometimes we call a Bloody Mary “the whole meal.” In the cocktail world, this certainly seems true. What other drink is loaded up with celery stalks, carrot sticks, pickles, olives, lemon slices, lime twists, and the occasional cheese cube or salami roll? It’s like a salad bar at the bar.
So I decided to help the Bloody Mary live up to its legend as a Complete Meal. Breakfast is served.
How do you make a good Bloody Mary?
First make your own homemade Bloody Mary Mix! My version is mostly pantry ingredients and blends up in a minute or two.
The unpredictability of fresh tomatoes led me to whole, canned tomatoes. Many of the flavors and spices here are familiar although I added a few layers of heat with horseradish, hot pepper sauce, and Sriracha.
Make this ahead and chill it the night before. One less thing to prepare the next morning! (I add the vodka right before serving).
Bacon and Eggs Bloody Mary
Obviously all the fun is happening in the garnish department.
You can use pre-cooked bacon if you want to save time (just zap it in the microwave for a few seconds per slice).
I used Jumbo-sized eggs so there would be maximum real estate for skewering and my favorite Deviled Eggs recipe. Toothpicks couldn’t provide the size and stability I needed to skewer the eggs, so I settled on a cocktail straw instead.
If you only have one drink at your next brunch, let this Bacon and Eggs Bloody Mary be it. Now you don’t even have to cook! Unless you count microwaving the fully cooked bacon.
Bacon and Eggs Bloody Mary
For the Bloody Mary:
To make the bloody mary mix:
- In a large serving pitcher, whisk together Clamato, vodka, lemon juice, Worchestershire sauce, horseradish, celery salt, pepper, and hot sauce. Cover and refrigerate until flavors meld, about 2 hours.
To assemble the drinks:
- Stir bloody marys to recombine.
- To prepare the glasses, rub the rims of 4(8 ounce) glasses with lemon halves. Scatter the seasoned salt in a shallow bowl or plate and dredge each rim. Fill each glass with ice.
- Divide bloody mary mix among the glasses. Garnish with deviled eggs and bacon strips and serve.
- Bloody Mary mix may be made a day in advance and chilled up to 24 hours in advance.
Meggan Hill is the Executive Chef and CEO of Culinary Hill, a popular digital publication in the food space. She loves to combine her Midwestern food memories with her culinary school education to create her own delicious take on modern family fare. Millions of readers visit Culinary Hill each month for meticulously-tested recipes as well as skills and tricks for ingredient prep, cooking ahead, menu planning, and entertaining. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the iCUE Culinary Arts program at College of the Canyons.