Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe

Classic Canadian Vegan Ceasar Recipe (Bloody Mary)

The Ceasar recipe has been a point of contention for a very long time, especially when people find out what’s in Clamato juice (hint it’s clam juice, yuck). The alternative was always the Bloody Mary, but let’s be honest that just isn’t as good! That’s where this Vegan Ceasar recipe comes into play.

To all of our American friends, this is also known as a Bloody Mary and we’re about to blow your mind with just how much better your drinks could be with this Canadian gem! This drink is a classic when you’ve had too much to drink the night before or you need to cool down on a hot summer day.

Some restaurants have taken this drink to the extreme; including full-on burgers and slices of pizza coming out of it. However, this recipe is the classic version. A slice of pickle, an olive, and spicy bean are the only things we added to it. Maybe in a future recipe, we’ll see how crazy we can get and make a restaurant-style vegan Ceasar recipe and add beyond meat sliders on top or Cheeze sticks but for now, we’re sticking to the classic!

One of the reasons Ceasar’s help with hangovers is the high salt content in them. Salt helps your body absorb water and without it, water would actually just pass right through your system. There’s definitely a bit of a placebo effect tot them as well, but when you’ve got a mean hangover whatever works right?!

This vegan Ceasar recipe is easy because let’s face it, we are all pretty useless when we’re hungover, but one item you will need that you might not have on hand is vegan Worcestershire sauce. I got mine on Amazon here, but it’s pretty readily available at most health food stores. As far as the clamato juice substitute I used the Mott’s veggie cocktail blend but you could use any tomato juice really as long as it’s not flavored. Let’s jump into this recipe!

How-To

Step 1. Prepare your salt rim mixture first. Add the celery salt and Montreal Steak Seasoning together on a small plate and mix.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
A little goes a long way!

Here’s a pro tip from my summer as a bartender before I played pro sports, cut the lime wedge in the middle to make it easier to put on the rim of the glass.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
This will make your life much easier

Step 2. Rim the jar with the lime wedge.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
Go around a couple times for good coverage

Step 3. Turn the jar over and slowly rim the jar with the salt mixture.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
Just keep turning until the rim is covered

Step 4. Add some ice cubes and the rest of your liquid ingredients to the jar. and stir.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
Almost done!

Step 5. Put a Spicy beanstalk in the jar and use a toothpick to add a pickle and olive to the top.

Restaurant Style Vegan Ceasar (Blood Mary) Recipe
You’re a little more Canadian now, eh!

That’s all it takes! It’s a pretty easy set up and your head will thank you later for making this vegan Caesar recipe! Don’t forget to drink lots of water and take a midday power nap as well!

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Kitchen equipment I used:

  • The world’s sharpest knife set (my personal opinion but I have cut myself a bunch of times with them lol)
  • My bamboo cutting board – This is a solid cutting board I’ve been using for a while now and it’s very inexpensive!
  • Mixing bowls I use – I only ever used to use one mixing bowl but I slowly realized I needed to grow up, so I got this set and made my life a lot easier!
  • Cruelty-Free, Dog-Friendly Cleaner – Keeping the house clean is a struggle with two giant dogs, especially when you have to be aware to not use products that will harm them! This is the one we use to keep the dogs safe and house clean!
  • Our Gold cutlery set – If you ever want to feel bougie and not actually spend a ton of money get these and dine like a king or something lol

Vegan Ceasar Mix (Bloody Mary)

5 from 2 votes
Recipe by John Course: DrinksCuisine: CanadianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking timeminutes
Calories

300

kcal

The Ceasar has long been thought of as a hangover cure, mainly because it’s loaded with salt, but this delicious Canadian classic is more than just salt!

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups Motts Veggie Garden Cocktail

  • 1.5 oz Vodka (or tequila)

  • 1-10 shakes Tabasco sauce

  • 1 tbsp Vegan Worcestershire sauce

  • 0.25 – 0.5 cup Pickle Juice

  • 1 Tbsp Lime Juice

  • Salt & Pepper

  • 1 Dill Pickle

  • 1 Queen Stuffed Olives

  • 1 Spicy Bean Stalk

  • Salt Brim
  • 0.5 Tbsp Celery Salt

  • 2 Tbsp Montreal Steak Spice

  • 1 Lime Wedge

Directions

  • Prepare Salt mixture first!
  • Rim mason jar with juice from lime wedge then inverse it on to salt mixture, rimming the outside of the mouth of the mason jar.
  • Add Ice cubes, Worcestershire sauce, vodka, veggie cocktail, pickle juice, tabasco sauce, and salt/pepper to the jar. Stir in.
  • Add a spicy bean stalk to the jar and use a toothpick to stab pickle and olives and place on top
  • Serve and cure your hangover!

Pup’s Notes

  • I’ve seen some crazy toppers floating on the internet (burgers, pizza slices, etc) but I like to keep it easy when I’m hungover lol
  • You’ll need to increase the amount of salt rimmer you need if you’re making more then one. This recipe is for one and I don’t like to waste.

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4 Comments

  1. Hi John, I don’t know if you are a horseradish fan – but sometimes for a change, I make my ceasar with about 1/2 tsp of horseradish. I also recently tried one with miso paste (if you have it) and it was really good. I don’t use the pickle juice with either of those. Anyway, just a few more choices for my fave drink.

    • Hi Gail! I loooooove horseradish! I’d never thought of adding it to the ceasar though, definitely going to give this a shot! Thanks for the suggestion 🙂

  2. Can’t wait to try this one!

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