Bloody Marys aren’t just for drinking anymore! Use Wildtree’s Bloody Mary Mix to mix-up your mid-week meal with this awesome Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin. You’ll be enjoying the bold flavors of your favorite weekend drink with every bite!

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Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork TenderloinI had a brainstorm the other day. I’d had some friends over to do some day-drinking on a Sunday (hey, what’s brunch without a little day-drinking??).  As I was cleaning up, I started thinking about what to do with the leftovers.  The berry cheesecake bites I’d made weren’t going to go to waste, that was for sure.  The dill dip was going to be a perfect topping for our roasted salmon dinner.  And the Sangria was quickly finished up by my hubby that evening.

But what about the bit of Wildtree Bloody Mary Mix I still had in the fridge?

FLASH! The light bulb went off. I’d use it as a marinade.

That coming Wednesday our schedule was jam packed. My trusty All-Clad Slow Cooker, which many of you know I have a love/love/love relationship with, was going to save dinner.  And the Bloody Mary Mix was going to help remind us that the weekend wasn’t far off. The tomato base paired with the spicy & peppery flavors was the perfect match for that juicy pork tenderloin.

Wildtree Bloody Mary
Tastes like Sunday Brunch.

If you don’t know about Wildtree yet, let me school you a bit.  Wildtree was founded by a mom looking for better, healthier options for her family.  She started out by making her own spice blends, and then friends wanted the good stuff, too!  She continued developing products with the highest quality herbs, spices and culinary blends that are free of preservatives, additives, fillers and promote a healthier lifestyle. The products help support the ever-increasing desire of making cooking a quicker, easier, more healthful project for those who are short on time.

OK, there’s my paid announcement (“paid” because I offer Wildtree products to clients near and far). But I am a true convert, feeling better about the products I’m using in my own kitchen.

And what better way to embrace healthier options than with Bloody Mary Mix?! And using this mix mid-week? Sold!

Have YOU ever heard of or used Wildtree products?  Who wouldn’t try this Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin if you had the chance?

Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
Wildtree Wednesday--Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
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4 ingredients + 1 crock pot = the perfect mid-week meal for the whole family. Rich and peppery flavors of your favorite brunch drink punch up an otherwise boring pork tenderloin to make you forget there are still a few more days until the weekend! What a way to keep your spirits up, and your stomach full, while you wait for the weekend and a chance at this delicious Bloody Mary mix in your glass! Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin will be a new mid-week favorite in your household!
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
4-8 hours
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
4-8 hours
Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
Wildtree Wednesday--Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
Print Recipe
4 ingredients + 1 crock pot = the perfect mid-week meal for the whole family. Rich and peppery flavors of your favorite brunch drink punch up an otherwise boring pork tenderloin to make you forget there are still a few more days until the weekend! What a way to keep your spirits up, and your stomach full, while you wait for the weekend and a chance at this delicious Bloody Mary mix in your glass! Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin will be a new mid-week favorite in your household!
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
4-8 hours
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
4-8 hours
Instructions
  1. Slice the peppers & onions, and place them in the crock pot insert with the pork.
    Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
  2. Pour bloody mary mix over the top of the pork, peppers & onions. Add salt & pepper to taste.
    Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
  3. Cover and cook in crock pot on high for 4 hours, or low for 8 hours. Slice pork & serve with peppers & onions over mashed potatoes. Be sure to get that sauce on the plate, too, to amp up the robust flavors in each bite!
    Wildtree Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin
Recipe Notes

I am so digging this whole "4 ingredients = Dinner Greatness" kick I've been on lately!  Since there are only 2 of us in the house, this meal meant leftovers.  And that meant an awesome sandwich for lunch the following day.  A little toasted whole-grain bread, a little melted Monterey Jack cheese, and this Bloody Mary Pork Tenderloin had me diggin' on these flavors yet again.

My husband, on the other hand, chopped up some of the pork and put it on nachos.  Yeah, that's right.  Bloody Mary Pork Nachos. It's a thing now in our house.

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