Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Pom Wonderful!

Awhile back I got an email from someone from Pom Wonderful wanting to send me some of their products to try. They sent me 4 bottles of pomegranate juice!
I was already very familiar with their products because I love pomegranates and I had used their juice to make jelly a couple years ago and it was so good. In fact, Lauren, who doesn't even like jams or jellies loved it! It's the perfect balance between tart and sweet! I had been wanting to make more but never got around to it...until I got 4 bottles of it dropped on my doorstep! Thank you Pom Wonderful! By the way, they never even mentioned that I had to blog about it. They just said they saw my blog and wanted to send me some! It makes the best jelly and it's so much less time-consuming than trying to make it from the actual pomegranate! It took less than two bottles and I think I got about 7 or 8 jars of jelly!
Pom Wonderful has some wonderful recipes on their website and they even have a recipe for jelly but I used a recipe from the Sure Jell website because I wanted to can mine and not just keep it in the fridge or freezer. It turned out so good!!
I also used some of the juice to make a Pomtini during the holidays!
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Although this product was sent to me for free by the company, I'm always honest with my reviews. I would never say something is good if I didn't really feel that way!

Updated to add: The recipe I used can be found by clicking on the text above that says "Sure Jell website" For future reference, anytime you see text in a different color on my blog you can click on it to go to another website.

I see Pom Wonderful in the produce section of all the grocery stores around here but I'm not sure how available it is everywhere else.



18 comments:

Olivia and Me said...

Now my dear Cindy.. you know we want the recipe.. happen to have it on hand??

Thanks!!

with love,
~Olivia

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

For the recipe, click on "Sure Jell website" in the post and that will take you directly to the recipe! If you don't want to do the canning you can click on the text that says "recipe for jelly" and that will take you to Pom Wonderful's jelly recipe which can be stored in the fridge.

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Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Cindy
We have the Pom brand of pomegrante juice in the produce section of our grocery stores here in Ontario. I think I may just try the recipe - thanks for sharing it.

Laura said...

Thank you for posting this Cindy! It sounds so interesting I'm going to have to try it!

Laura

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