23 Easy Recipes for Mardi Gras.

Tasty + Super Easy Mardi Gras Recipes for the Perfect Celebration

Celebrate Mardi Gras with easy recipes to feed a crowd.  Everything from Jambalaya, Seafood Gumbo, Shrimp Étouffée, Famous New Orleans Morning Call Beignets, King Cake, Pat O’Brien’s Copycat Hurricane Cocktail, a King Cake Martini and so much more…


As we say in New Orleans, “Laissez le Bon temps rouler”, Cajun for “Let the good times roll”!

Where did the first 6 weeks of this year go?  Mardi Gras comes early this year and kind of snuck up on us.  But that’s no reason not to rally the gang and throw a Mardi Gras party.

Heat up the late winter and throw an impromptu last-minute Mardi Gras party.

Celebrate Mardi Gras with this collection of easy Mardi Gras recipes.  Perfect for any Mardi Gras Gathering.


There may not be parades and beads this year but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy these Mardi Gras classics and “let the good times roll”.

These super easy Mardi Gras recipes guarantee everyone will have a great time and you’ll have time to spend with family and friends instead of slaving away in the kitchen.

From easy appetizers and snacks to classic Creole and Cajun favorites, cocktails, and desserts, this Mardi Gras recipe collection has a variety of all-time favorites to make your Mardi Gras festive and fabulous.

Put together the perfect Mardi Gras menu with these easy and stress-free recipes.

Cheers & Let the Good Times Roll!!!


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Vampiro Tequila Cocktail with Jalisco Sangrita

Vampiro Tequila Cocktail with Jalisco Sangrita. This spicy tequila cocktail mixed with a traditional Jalisco Sangrita. Sangrita’s are my new cocktail obsession. Sangrita or “little blood” has traditionally been served as a chaser for excellent quality tequila. It would have been a mixture of fruit juices and finely ground chili pepper. Many sangrita recipes call for tomato juice, but that would not have been part of the traditional recipe, the original recipe would have been made from leftover juice from fresh fruit salads and changed based on the fruits used.

Today’s cocktail culture is creating very intriguing sangritas as an ingredient in some pretty amazing tequila cocktails. This recipe calls for a combination of grapefruit, orange, and lime with a touch of spicy jalapeno pepper.

Vampiro Tequila Cocktail with Jalisco Sangrita via @mermaidsandmojitos