I don't know about you but each time I think of yogurt, the first thing that comes to mind is fruit. I mean any kind of fruits to complement it.
Pomegranates with zero percent fat yoghurt, absolutely refreshing and yummy.
Personally, I can't admit that I am much of a yoghurt fan but that doesn't really matter in this case. The most important thing is that this dessert turned out pretty well, delicious and full of flavour. So if you want a quick and a little bit of coloured dessert, then this is just it.
Yes, that's it.
Well, let's also say that I am welcoming us into the month of February with an impressive and healthy dessert; pomegranate yoghurt.
I wanted to fix a quick dessert for lunch yesterday but just couldn't seem to decide exactly what to prepare. Then I thought of some pomegranates lying around in my kitchen and the yoghurt in the fridge.
Let me just say that I eventually came up with this recipe after pondering what to do with loads of pomegranates left in the kitchen. I decided that this is one of the quickest and healthy options to do justice to these pomegranates and I am happy I followed my instinct.
I like my yoghurt light (not overly light though), so I decided to pair a little bit of it with pomegranate juice. But If you don't like your yoghurt so light, just add only a few drops of the pomegranate juice. Since pomegranate juice is very colourful, even a little drop will make a difference.
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The preparation wasn't difficult at all and the final product perfectly fits the bill. You just have to get the pomegranate juice ready then pair it up with part of the yoghurt before freezing to solidify a bit.
Just let it set for at least 30 minutes in the freezer before serving with the plain yoghurt and some pomegranate seeds. Since this particular first-time recipe turned out pretty well, I am now ready to begin experimenting with loads of other colourful toppings and assorted fruits and flavours. This pomegranate yoghurt was just a perfect choice for my dessert indecision, I must confess.
Call it a vegan, vegetarian, kid-friendly and everybody-friendly recipe, this pomegranate yogurt turned out delectably nice with just the right amount of ingredients to complement it.
I chose this recipe because it is pretty easy and I decided to keep it that way. Although I made this for lunch dessert, but it can also serve as an ideal breakfast option.
Yogurt and pomegranate fruit paired up together for a perfect breakfast or midday dessert. You can even use any fruit of choice, just be creative and no doubt you might even come up with many better options.
- 3 pomegranates
- 1 bowl 0% fat free yogurt
- 1/4 glass of water
- Cut and deseed the pomegranates.
- Add the seeds in a blender, add water then slightly blend.
- Sieve the blended pomegranates and set the juice aside.
- Set one-quarter glass of the pomegranate juice aside then you can drink the rest.
- Add half of the yogurt and the juice in a blender.
- But leave at least one teaspoon of the juice behind to use for topping but this is totally optional.
- Blend the mixture then pour into a bowl and freeze for 30 mins or until slightly solidified.
- Bring out the pomegranate yogurt from the freezer.
- Scoop a spoonful of the plain yogurt in a glass, add a drop of the pomegranate juice then scoop another spoonful of the pomegranate yogurt.
- Top up with the pomegranate seed and serve immediately.
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