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Bloody Mary on a Stick?

While looking for a Bloody Mary recipe, I stumbled upon these interesting little snacks!  They are perfect for parties and brunches.  Just like the cocktail but less filling I would think.  I know people either love or hate Bloody Marys, how do you feel about them?

PS I think I'm obsessed with cocktails as food ;)

Bloody Mary Swizzlers

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Ingredients

  • 24  cherry tomatoes
  • 1  cup lemon-flavored vodka
  • 24  almond-stuffed green olives or vermouth-marinated green olives
  • 3  or 4 stalks celery with tops removed, diagonally sliced into 3/4- to 1-inch pieces (24 pieces total)
  •   Celery salt
  • 24  cocktail picks or skewers

Directions

1. Using a plastic or wooden pick or a sharp skewer, pierce the skins of the tomatoes in several places. Place tomatoes in a self-sealing, food-safe plastic bag; add vodka. Seal bag. Turn bag to coat tomatoes. Chill overnight to allow flavor to penetrate.

2. Drain tomatoes; discard vodka. Skewer vegetables onto picks using an olive, a piece of celery, and a cherry tomato on each pick. Sprinkle lightly with celery salt. Transfer to serving platter. Makes 24 skewers

(photo from bhg.com)

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Kendall @ Kendall's Entertaining Life

I'm not a bloody mary fan but I think these are adorable :)

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