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Pomegranate Punch Smoothie

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Pomegranate Punch Smoothie
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Pomegranate Punch Smoothie
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Easy
Easy
Ingredients
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5
5
Total
Total
5min
5min

Since ancient times, pomegranates have been used in Middle Eastern and Eastern European cuisine. These strange and wonderful fruit are now a global sensation, and this pomegranate punch smoothie is an awesome way to enjoy this ancient fruit.

The extra bit of effort it takes to get those delicious little seed pods out (and there are hundreds of them in there!) is worth it, and just makes this odd fruit even more rewarding.

Since ancient times, pomegranates have been used in Middle Eastern and Eastern European cuisine. These strange and wonderful fruit are now a global sensation, and this pomegranate punch smoothie is an awesome way to enjoy this ancient fruit.

The extra bit of effort it takes to get those delicious little seed pods out (and there are hundreds of them in there!) is worth it, and just makes this odd fruit even more rewarding.

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5 min
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5 min
  1. This one definitely requires a high-powered blender because of the pulpy orange, but alternatively you could just do half the amount of coconut water and add another half cup of fresh orange juice to the mix.
  2. Blend on high until smooth and frothy and serve immediately.
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Fun fact: it turns turns out there’s some debate about whether the fruit in the Garden of Eden was an apple. Some suggest it was a pomegranate, and I’m tempted to side with them. I probably wouldn’t risk paradise for an apple. But for a pomegranate?

This fruit smoothie probably won’t get you evicted, but it might make you feel a bit closer to the divine. Super simple and elegant, we’ve got the dark sweetness of pomegranate with the zest of citrus and that unique aroma of coconut. The pomegranate smoothie is a great mid-afternoon refresher!

A helpful tip to makes things easier is to submerge the fruit into a bowl of cool water as you remove the seeds. This way the rind tends to float to the top, where you can easily skim it off, while the seeds sink to the bottom.

Pomegranate Punch Smoothie

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Lauren and John are hot for food… as long as it's vegan! Together they’re cooking up vegan love and bringing the increasingly popular lifestyle to food fans across the globe via their blog, Hot For Food.

 

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