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Persnickety, perfect Pom Wonderful!

Written by Nazarina on January 9th, 2010

Old blog www.giddygastronome.blogspot.com


I trust that everyone had a fantastic New year’s eve! We were in Florida for two and a half weeks, including New Year’s Day, just hanging out with family and friends! I am always so very busy baking cookies, making homemade sausage and soaps right up to the very day we have to leave for Florida. I think that they all just look forward to all these goodies, when I visit them once a year.

I do have a couple of ” THANK- YOUS”….. to Pom Wonderful for the delicious juices that they mailed to me last year June,  ( hope you received my correspondence at that time) and Jo, ( my blogger buddy), for the exquisite china and her homegrown garlic. Jo, you know that I shall be displaying my creations on them and on the blog, I love them!

Here are two recipes I developed with that PERSNICKETY, PERFECT POM WONDERFUL!

Please use organic ingredients when possible!

An “Iced Pom Lassi”…..made with coconut & organic Greek yogurt!

recipe here on Pom Wonderful site. Please vote for me by clicking on the link!

or just go to www.pomwonderful.com and click on recipe contest ending Jan14th at the bottom of their page.


I could hardly wait to taste this delicious libation, after taking its picture! I loved it when the lemony coconut ice just barely melted into that sea of magenta heaven! Tasting that deliciously tart natural pomegranate powder on the rim of the glass and the lemony ” creme ” in the beginning  and then suddenly the fruity Pom Wonderful juice thereafter,  were so inexplicably satisfying! YUM!

And……”A Coconut Creme Caramel, Pomtized”

recipe here on Pom Wonderful. Please vote for me by clicking on the link!


These coconut creme caramels were just much more creamier and silkier made with a combination of  coconut cream and organic evaporated milk rather  than using  condensed milk. I made the caramel with the Pom Wonderful juice, instead of water and in so doing imparted a delectable and playful element of tartness cutting through the richness of the creamy custards!


Thank you and please enjoy.



See new growth, here & a steamed chocolate pudding!

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18 Comments so far ↓

  1. Jo A. T.B.No Gravatar says:

    You’ve outdone yourself once again Nazarina! I love the red backdrop on your creations, such a beautiful photo display.

    These delectable recipes are a feast for the eyes for sure!

    I love fruity drinks, and your conconut cream caramels are to die for!

    Glad you enjoyed your FLorida family getaway, and no thank you’s are really necessary. But I’m happy you enjoyed your gifts!
    Stay warm and cozy! Love and hugs, Jo ~

  2. KateNo Gravatar says:

    The coconut creme caramels sound absolutely delicious. I am a coconut nut! I love anything with coconut and this combination rocks!

  3. BarbaraNo Gravatar says:

    Love your photographs! The color is extraordinary! the background fabric is perfect too.
    I have never made a flan or creme caramel without condendensed milk. I’ll have to try your recipe.
    You left Florida in the nick of time. It’s been cold since New Year’s Day!

  4. deanaNo Gravatar says:

    What a great idea… beautiful colors…found you from
    food with style!

  5. ReeniNo Gravatar says:

    You have my votes for your gorgeous and most delicious recipes! Happy New Year!XO

  6. Such wonderful creations with Pom! I love both of the recipes and on my way to vote for you! Happy New Year!

  7. I am so glad you found my blog because now I found yours as a result and boy what a find it is! Foodie heaven and your pictures are to die for.

  8. I am so glad you found my blog because as a result I have found yours and boy what a find it is! Foodie heaven and your pictures are to die for.

  9. JulianaNo Gravatar says:

    Coconut cream caramel…absolutely gorgeous…love the idea of using POM!

  10. SookNo Gravatar says:

    Thank you so much for commenting on my blog earlier! Your blog is so beautiful and great! All those pictures are, too.

  11. MimiNo Gravatar says:

    Both of your recipes look fantastic. Coconut creme caramel would be a winner with my family.

  12. graceNo Gravatar says:

    oh, that creme caramel infused with coconut and made pom-happy appeals to me very much. very, very much. you’ve done some excellent things with your stash of juice, nazarina–bravo!

  13. JoanneNo Gravatar says:

    I can just imagine how good these were with the tart pomegranate/sweet coconut creme caramel flavors mixed together. Delicious. And super inventive use of POM!

  14. TeresaNo Gravatar says:

    Nazarina, what gorgeous recipes. The Lassi and the Creme Caramel are divine. You make everything look so beautiful.

  15. yasmeenNo Gravatar says:

    WOW,those look like winning recipes with POM.My best wishes for the new year,Naz 😀

  16. ShriNo Gravatar says:

    Oh my!Your grand presentation always impresses me, Nazarina

  17. SomaNo Gravatar says:

    You never seize to amaze!! Coconut cream caramel sounds wonderfully good. Love the lemon cup. what an idea.

    going over to vote.

  18. SaganNo Gravatar says:

    You make the prettiest dishes!

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