Pomegranate, 5 Ways

Whether you prefer sipping on pomegranate juice or biting into pomegranate seeds, we’ve got 5 fun ways to love this spectacular, nutrient-filled fruit.
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Whether you prefer sipping on juice or biting into seeds we’ve got 5 fun ways to love this spectacular, nutrient-filled fruit.

Holiday Cocktail

Serve this up for a New Year's Day brunch – it’s alcohol free so the kiddies can enjoy too.

Super Side Dish

Make couscous gorgeous and festive with the sweet and tangy burst of pomegranate seeds.

Make Your Own Molasses

Pomegranate molasses is a delicious ingredient that might be hard to find – instead, make your own. Add to salad dressings, dipping sauces and marinades.

Candied Crunch

A pomegranate-filled spin on candied walnuts perk up this festive salad.

Sensational Sorbet

It’s never too cold out for sorbet – fruit juice, mint, and a hint of chocolate make this a recipe a tasty and guiltless pleasure.

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