Simply Wonderful

Simply Wonderful

Summer is here, bringing a clean slate and the opportunity to sip on some of the freshest fruit nature has to offer. It's a time for sunshine and new beginnings. Our new POM Juice Blends celebrate just that. We've curated a collection of pieces inspired by our three flavors -- coconut, mango, and pineapple -- that will help you live well in the new season.

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We've partnered with some of the country's most talented chefs and asked them to create dishes from fresh pomegranates in honor of the season. Here's who's on board. It might not be autumn just yet, but we're revving up for the fall pomegranate season here at POM. Over the next few months, we'll be sharing fresh recipes that include pomegranate arils so when the weather finally does start to cool, you'll have a stockpile of great dishes to enjoy.

Turn Up On Tuesday With This Awesome Twist on Oatmeal
Tuesdays can be a drag, but your breakfast shouldn’t have to be. 
We’ve been having fun getting crafty with our oatmeal flavors recently, and totally dig the idea of this coconut strawberry rendition by Cookie and Kate.
Here’s how it’s done.
Posted July 29

Turn Up On Tuesday With This Awesome Twist on Oatmeal

Tuesdays can be a drag, but your breakfast shouldn’t have to be. 

We’ve been having fun getting crafty with our oatmeal flavors recently, and totally dig the idea of this coconut strawberry rendition by Cookie and Kate.

Here’s how it’s done.

Vegan Eats: Coconut-Curry Chickpea Quinoa Pineapple Burgers
It might be a mouthful to say, but these burgers are definitely worth it. They are packed with some of the coolest tropical ingredients around, like coconut, quinoa, and pineapple, making them the perfect meal for a summer evening. 
Our favorite part about this one is the grilled pineapple; it’s truly amazing how putting pineapple on the grill can coax out the sweetness and also add a unique char. 
We think this’d go great with any of our POM tropical flavors — Hula, Coco or Mango — or even a tropical cocktail.
Here’s how it’s done.
Posted July 29

Vegan Eats: Coconut-Curry Chickpea Quinoa Pineapple Burgers

It might be a mouthful to say, but these burgers are definitely worth it. They are packed with some of the coolest tropical ingredients around, like coconut, quinoa, and pineapple, making them the perfect meal for a summer evening. 

Our favorite part about this one is the grilled pineapple; it’s truly amazing how putting pineapple on the grill can coax out the sweetness and also add a unique char. 

We think this’d go great with any of our POM tropical flavors — Hula, Coco or Mango — or even a tropical cocktail.

Here’s how it’s done.

Taco Tuesday: Tamil Tacos With Coconut Chutney
This time of year is always about keeping things light …. yes, even on Taco Tuesday. 
Here’s a great recipe from Kitchy Kitchen that would go remarkably well with some fresh POM Coconut. The coconut chutney sounds divine!
Posted July 22

Taco Tuesday: Tamil Tacos With Coconut Chutney

This time of year is always about keeping things light …. yes, even on Taco Tuesday. 

Here’s a great recipe from Kitchy Kitchen that would go remarkably well with some fresh POM Coconut. The coconut chutney sounds divine!

Meatless Monday: Coconut Vegetarian Curry
Curry is one of those things that’s just plain better when coconut milk is involved. (What isn’t though, really?) You could use stock or water for this recipe, but the rich tropical flavor and creamy texture from the coconut milk really take it up a notch. 
Some people might not know that coconut milk is actually the mature fruit’s flesh blended with its water, then strained through a sieve. It’s quite magical really, and it’s used all over the world.
The spiciness of this Indian-inspired curry could totally use something sweet as an accompaniment, like one of these cocktails from our repertoire. 
What a great idea for Meatless Monday meal. Here’s how it’s done.
Posted July 21

Meatless Monday: Coconut Vegetarian Curry

Curry is one of those things that’s just plain better when coconut milk is involved. (What isn’t though, really?) You could use stock or water for this recipe, but the rich tropical flavor and creamy texture from the coconut milk really take it up a notch. 

Some people might not know that coconut milk is actually the mature fruit’s flesh blended with its water, then strained through a sieve. It’s quite magical really, and it’s used all over the world.

The spiciness of this Indian-inspired curry could totally use something sweet as an accompaniment, like one of these cocktails from our repertoire. 

What a great idea for Meatless Monday meal. Here’s how it’s done.

Thirsty Thursday: Our Ideal Bar Cart
You can stock your bar cart with whatever you want, but for us, these are the essentials. Pineapple is where it’s at! 
Posted July 17

Thirsty Thursday: Our Ideal Bar Cart

You can stock your bar cart with whatever you want, but for us, these are the essentials. Pineapple is where it’s at! 

(Source: everythingpineapple)

How delicious do these look? YUM! 
Fruity Summer SorbetsStrawberry Banana1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries 1 1/2 bananas (fresh) 1/4 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrupPineapple Banana2 fresh bananas 1 1/2 cups frozen pineapple 1/2 cup coconut milk 1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrupZippy Wild Blueberry1 1/2 cups frozen wild blueberries 1/2 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup 1 fresh banana 1/2 tsp ginger powder or grated fresh gingerSpicy Mango1 1/2 cups frozen mango 1 fresh banana 1/3 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup a few dashes of cayenne powderDirectionsAdd all ingredients of desired sorbet to a high speed blender. Blend until smooth, but keep it as thick and frosty as possible. Pour into freezer-friendly container. (Metal works best, but anything will do.) Chill until firm, scoop, and serve.
Posted July 17

How delicious do these look? YUM! 

Fruity Summer Sorbets

Strawberry Banana
1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries
1 1/2 bananas (fresh)
1/4 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrup

Pineapple Banana
2 fresh bananas
1 1/2 cups frozen pineapple
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrup

Zippy Wild Blueberry
1 1/2 cups frozen wild blueberries
1/2 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup
1 fresh banana
1/2 tsp ginger powder or grated fresh ginger

Spicy Mango
1 1/2 cups frozen mango
1 fresh banana
1/3 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup
a few dashes of cayenne powder

Directions
Add all ingredients of desired sorbet to a high speed blender. Blend until smooth, but keep it as thick and frosty as possible. Pour into freezer-friendly container. (Metal works best, but anything will do.) Chill until firm, scoop, and serve.

(Source: tohellwithsalad, via beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood)

We can almost feel the breeze — and the weekend — on the horizon. Hurry up and get here, Friday!
Posted July 17

We can almost feel the breeze — and the weekend — on the horizon. Hurry up and get here, Friday!

Taco Tuesday: Chili Fried Butternut Squash Tacos With Mango
This time of year is always about keeping things light. And yeah, you can do that while partaking in Taco Tuesday. (More room for ‘ritas, right?)
Here’s a great recipe that would go remarkably well with some fresh POM Mango, or better yet, a sip of this mango margarita.
Cheers!
Posted July 15

Taco Tuesday: Chili Fried Butternut Squash Tacos With Mango

This time of year is always about keeping things light. And yeah, you can do that while partaking in Taco Tuesday. (More room for ‘ritas, right?)

Here’s a great recipe that would go remarkably well with some fresh POM Mango, or better yet, a sip of this mango margarita.

Cheers!

Garden Fresh Recipes: Mango Pesto
We’ve heard of using all sorts of wonderful herbs and greens for pesto. Some of our personal favorite twists are using kale or beet greens instead of basil. But we never thought of putting mango into the mix until You Chew posted this recipe.
What a great idea for a light summertime meal, especially with a side of POM Mango.
Here’s how it’s done.
Posted July 15

Garden Fresh Recipes: Mango Pesto

We’ve heard of using all sorts of wonderful herbs and greens for pesto. Some of our personal favorite twists are using kale or beet greens instead of basil. But we never thought of putting mango into the mix until You Chew posted this recipe.

What a great idea for a light summertime meal, especially with a side of POM Mango.

Here’s how it’s done.