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Bloody Mary-Balsamic Dressing

Rated as 4.71 out of 5 Stars

"This tangy dressing is popping with flavor!"
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10 m servings 56
Original recipe yields 20 servings (2 1/2 cups)


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  1. Pour Bloody Mary mix, oil, vinegar, pepper, garlic, and sweetener into a blender. Puree until the garlic is finely minced, and the dressing is thick and smooth. Store in refrigerator until ready to use.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 56 calories; 5.4 1.7 0.3 0 61 Full nutrition

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Awesome recipe for a great dressing. This is the only dressing I use now and leave in the refrigerator in a mason jar. Put this on 20 minutes or so prior to serving mixing often. Yum, and tha...

Great recipe but don't ruin a healthy dressing with articial sweetener! I used Truvia and it was great. Real sugar is even better than articial!

Very good! I made my own "Bloody Mary" mix with Spicy V-8; otherwise made as directed (but reduced amount to 4 servings - this recipe makes a lot of dressing). Thanks for the recipe!

Store bought bloody mary mix is full of bad stuff. I make my own with either Cambell's tomatoe Juice, the BEST tasting, or organic tomatoe juice. I just add the typical spices and a touch of h...

Surprisingly good! I added lemon juice and omitted sweetener. Salt and pepper to taste. Never thought of Bloody Mary mix!!!

Very tasty. Nice change from regular ranch or vingrette.

Very nice! I added a bit more garlic, and only 1/2 as much sweetener.

Very tasty. If you like a thick salad dressing, then this one is not for you.

A nice twist from a traditional salad dressing! I used half regular balsamic (since mine was the kind that is really aged and thick) and half golden balsamic. I also used Spicy V-8 since that is...