Yield: 10 servings
• 1 bottle Skylake Ranch Pomegranate Syrup
• 1/4 cup honey
• 1 can full fat coconut milk or 8 oz heavy whipping cream
1. In a blender, blend the 3 ingredients together for 2-4 minutes, making sure they are all
completely incorporated together.
2. Pour the sorbet into a freezer safe container. Freeze for one hour.
3. Take the sorbet out and stir it up using a fork. This process is a little like whisking.
4. Freeze for another 60-90 minutes and repeat the whisking process.
5. Freeze for 1 1/2 to 2 hours more, and serve!
6. This sorbet can be scooped or even cut into ice cream squares for everyone to enjoy.
To prep I simply marinate the chicken overnight in this pomegranate marinade, grill (or oven bake) the chicken the next morning!
Then when it’s time for lunch I toss all these ingredients together and I’ve got a healthy, delicious and filling salad.
•soften vanilla ice cream in individual containers
•spoon in tart cherry spread, spoon in vanilla ice cream
•continue to alternate, creating layers
Serves 16 to 20
Dust off that punch bowl we all got as a wedding present and make this light and easy punch to get you reading for all the Easter festivities that are to come!Ingredients:
For ice:Fill a bunt cake pan with water and add the sliced lemons and limes then freeze. Or I filled silicone cupcake cups with water and put a slice of lime in each then froze it.
Feel like a kid again and make an ice cream sundae bar for everyone to build there own sundae!
Vanilla , Chocolate and Strawberry Ice cream, chocolate sauce, chopped peanuts, whip cream, maraschino cherries, bananas, strawberries, and most important, Skylake Ranch Pomegranate Syrup!
Perfect non alcoholic drink for parties.
*For Quick Version Just Use Sprite and Grenadine To Taste Or Squirt For An Added Fun Twist
Start by making sure you have a big enough container for the iced tea. A large pitcher or gallon jar work perfectly. For porch tea, pour water into the jar and add the tea bags. You can easily do this with green tea too. We tried it and like both! For inside tea, heat the water in a tea kettle or large pot to nearly boiling, then pour in the jar with the tea bags.
Porch tea needs to steep for about 2-4 hours depending on how hot of a day it is. Inside tea can steep for 10 minutes.
Once steeped, remove the tea bags from the water.
Add in the grenadine and ice.
Use your optional add ins.
This classic drink is now back with a "real" grenadine! Adding the Pomegranate Grenadine will give this drink a new dimension and as always create a great colorful cocktail.
From brunch to celebrations, this drink knows how to party. The simple ingredients make this recipe attainable for any novice who can find their way into the kitchen. Begin by pouring the tequila into the bottom of your glass. Now add in the orange juice. Once those two have mixed completely, pour in the pomegranate grenadine. Watching the colors sift while the grenadine sinks to the bottom is half the fun. Optional: Try adding ice and a few pomegranate arils for pop and color. Some people like to garnish the side of the glass with citrus like oranges or pineapples. This drink pairs nicely with breakfast type foods like waffles, quiches and sausage. My friends and I enjoyed some homemade biscotti, eggs and sausage with our tequila sunrises just the other day. I love it
with a salad as well.
On a hot summer day nothing says refreshing like a tall glass of fresh lemonade. I doctored it up with fresh mint and our Pomegranate Grenadine. (serves 4)
Tip: Depending on the sweetness of the lemons, add more sugar if needed. Also, for an adult kick add 1/2 cup of vodka or white rum (no judgement from us).
I got this recipe from some lovely ladies at a local farmers market. Of course I had to put my pomegranate twist on it. Thanks a bunch ladies, you know who you are!
This serves 4 large margarita glasses or 6 "beginner" margarita glasses
In a blender add all ingredients and blend well.
Slice a lime and run it over the rim of each glass and dip in cores salt.
Pour the margarita in the glass and enjoy leisurely!
Tip: If you don’t happen to have triple sec you could just eliminate it.
Salads are here to save the day! They are so versatile in flavor and ingredients, yet super simple to throw together! I even had this one for breakfast the other day. Make it a point to enjoy the rest of your summer. Try some salads, or do a quick bbq if it means spending more time with your family. You won’t regret it!
Cucumber Salad Yield: 6 servings
• 1 English cucumber
• 1 apple
• 1/2 red onion
• 1/4 cup pomegranate white balsamic vinegar
• 1 lime
• 1/4 cup pomegranate seeds (or arils)
• 1/4 cup feta cheese
1. This recipe is fast and can be made ahead of time or a few minutes before!
2. Thinly slice the cucumbers, apples and onion. Add to a sealable container.
3. Pour the white balsamic and the juice of the lime over the salad.
4. Shake it up and let it sit for a minimum of 10 minutes and up to 24 hours before serving.
5. Once ready to serve, simply pour into a salad bowl and top with some feta or pomegranate seeds.
Wash 1 bunch of asparagus and snap off woody ends. Cut cross wise so you end up with small rounds about 1/4 inch thick. Toss in a bowl with 1/4 cup Aged Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar and 2 tablespoons crumbled parmesan and fresh cracked black pepper. Serve and if you want a dash of salty savory add sliced prosciutto on top.