Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Pomegranate Fruit cups



These colorful mini cups are perfect for holiday entertaining and kids will love them.

Serves 6-8 people
Ingredients:

1 pkg. Raspberry or cherry gelatin
2 cups POM wonderful 100% pomegranate juice
2 tbsp POM Wonderful fresh pomegranates
2 tbsp chopped walnuts
2 tbsp chopped pineapple
2 tbsp chopped apple
2 tbsp cranberry
8 foil muffin cups
Muffin pan





Preparation:

Boil 2 cups of POM 100% Pomegranate juice. In a bowl pour in the gelatin and boiled juice. Stir for 2 minutes until completely dissolved.
Stir in Fresh pomegranates, apple, pineapple, walnuts and cranberry.
Spoon into foiled muffin cups, place then into a muffin pan to keep up the shape and refrigerate for 2-3 hours until firm. Remove liners and serve.



Wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving.

I am sending this to POM Wonderful Contest and Foodie Blogroll contests hosted by The Leftover Queen.
This also goes to Vegan Ventures-2 by Suganya

20 comments:

Vanamala said...

hey this is looks wonderful..love the recipe, dessert

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

I made some with Pineapples have them waiting for post... and this is just the right color wonderful poms floating...

Sig said...

hey, you are on a pom roll... :) I love the idea of making these in muffin cups... looks very cute and colorful :)

Jayashree Mudaliar said...

Sharmi..wonderful idea..the color is just perfect..a great idea for non-fruit loving kids..:)

Will try it for my son's birthday..

SMN said...

they look so beautiful like tose rubies.. yum.. very creative

Happy cook said...

Hey they just looks so beautiful. Love the colours too.
Hops you win.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks very attractive and juicy!

DEESHA said...

looks very nice & wonderful

soma said...

Wow what a neat idea!! looks so pretty. My daughter loves pomegranate and she is going to love this!

Soma(www.ecurry.com)

Purva Desai said...

Thanks for adding me, you have a delicious blog here, Pomegranate Fruit Cups looks simply irresistible I am sure kids will love this

Vanamala said...

Sharmi,
The font name u asked(used for karela ka salan pics know) that is
Samarkan Font. You have to download that font get it easily in the google.

Vishali said...

hey the fruit cups look great.
I really adore your site ad have have started a new blog.

http://vishali-foodlovers.blogspot.com/

drop by some time....

Vishali

Mansi said...

wow, looks like you are on a POM roll!! I have some bottles in my fridge I need to sue up:)

India trip was actually Europe trip plus 9 days in India and it was FUN!! a vacation that we both really needed; Europe is beautiful, of course, and it was great to spend time with our families, when there are no weddings or other functions to attend:)

vidhas said...

Wow!! great idea and kids love this

meeso said...

These are so cute!

Anisheetu said...

these look really very nice... not only kids anyone would love to take a bite... :).. thanks for sharing...

Tina said...

Wonderful pics and the red colour makes it looks soooo zesty...

Sahaja said...

I loveeeeeeed this one....looks delicious and am sure I would love the taste too....WIsh u were my neighbour!!

Great blog and thanks for adding me on foodbuzz else i wud have missed this blog! :D

Melisser said...

Just to let you know, gelatin is not vegan or vegetarian, it is made from animal bones. So this is not a good recipe for vegan ventures.

Sharmi said...

hi Melisser, could not get into your blog so answering you here! Thanks a lot for making me aware of this. I was shocked to read about gelatin on wiki