Virgin Bloody Mary #DrinkVeggies



Hi Everyone!  Happy National Drink you Vegetables Day!!

Today I have a follow-up post from myPower Garden Quick Bread, and today I am using Naked Juice Power Garden Tomato Kick!  I made the most delicious Virgin Bloody Mary.

Virgin Bloody Mary

I’ll be honest with you I never had a Bloody Mary, so when I made the recipe, I had to have my Husband test it and he said it was pretty spot on and very delicious.  I honestly didn’t think I would like it, but I have to say I really love it!!  Between the two Naked Juices I have had, I really am loving the Power Garden Tomato Kick!  I actually like it better than the Power Garden Berry, which is kind of surprising to me.  The juice is thick and tastes of tomatoes with a hint of other healthy vegetables.

Virgin Bloody Mary

Since it is #DrinkVeggies day, I thought that a virgin bloody mary would be perfect!  I debated about a vegetable smoothie, but I think this is much better and since I made this on Father’s Day, it’s a perfect compliment to morning breakfast for everyone.  Obviously since I’m calling it virgin, I didn’t use any vodka in my drink because I wanted something that would give me  a nice pick me up and not make me tipsy before my day began.

Virgin Bloody Mary

The drink is very easy to make, it contains a dash of hot sauce, Worcestershire Sauce, lemon juice and a small dash of celery stalk.  Now a Bloody Virgin Mary wouldn’t  be a bloody mary without the addition of a celery stalk!  Plus I think the garnishes make it pretty!  Loving the colors of this drink!

Virgin Bloody Mary

Virgin Bloody Mary
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 1 Cup
  • Serving size: 1 Cup
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    A non-alcoholic version of the Bloody Mary that is slightly spicy and tangy.
    • 8 oz Naked Juice Power Garden Tomato Kick
    • ½ tsp lemon juice
    • ⅛ tsp celery salt
    • 2 to 3 drops hot sauce (to taste)
    • 2 to 3 drops Worcestershire sauce
    • dash pepper
    • ½ cup ice
    • 1 celery stick for garnish
    • 1 slice lemon for garnish
    • 3 Spanish olives
    1. In a glass add Naked Juice, lemon juice, celery salt, hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce. Mix well. Add ice, stur. Sprinkle the pepper on top and add celery stalk, lemon slice and olives.
    Calories: 61, Fat: 0, Cholesterol: 0, Sodium: 260, Potassium: 450, Carbs: 11.2, Fiber: 3, Sugar: 9.2, Protein: 2

    Virgin Bloody Mary

    Remember last week when I said there is a contest for Naked Juice?  Well if you go to Facebook and click on your favorite recipe, and fill out the ballot, you will be entered to win a $250 Naked Garden Gift Basket!  How cool is that!  All you have to do is go here.

    Also check out all of the Power Board on Pintrest to see all of the fun recipes made with Naked Juice.

    So why don’t you come and join Celebrate National Eat Drink Your Vegetables Day with Naked Juice.  Show us how you drink your veggies, just tweet it at #DrinkVeggies.

    Have a great day!!!



    Power Garden is Naked Juice’s new veggie drink lineup with 1lb. of veggies in every bottle*.  With delicious flavors that only Naked could blend, Power Garden offers one of the easiest ways to get your daily servings of veggies and fruits, along with good sources of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Learn more at

    *weight of vegetables, prior to juicing

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     “Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Naked via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Naked” Virgin Bloody Mary



    1. I LOVE bloody marys but i would much rather have your healthful version than anything you can get from a bar! Love it!

    2. Bloody Marys are my JAM. I love these healthier ones!!

    3. What a fun way to get the “good” stuff int! These look amazing!

    4. We love Bloody Marys at our house, Jennifer, and this does look spot on. I am an olive lover so I love that little addition as well. Pretty and delicious!

    5. Are they ok for children


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