The Traveling Sisterhood: It's POM Time! A Wonderful Pomegranates Giveaway

Thursday, December 8

It's POM Time! A Wonderful Pomegranates Giveaway



This fall marked the start of something wonderfulpomegranate season. POM Wonderful sent me a variety of their pomegranate fruits, juices, and arils to try and they are amazing! Eating them plain, adding them to drinks, and using them in recipes for the last week or so has been a wonderful food journey.  Here are a few of the recipes I've tried.
First up, Pomegranate Oatmeal Drops. These are quite healthy and so tasty! I also added bits of apple along with the pomegranates and it was delish. You can find the recipe at POM Wonderful's recipe page.

Next up, POM Banana Bread. Now, this actual recipe called for pistachios which I didn't have on hand so I did without, and it was wonderful. Definitely living up to that "POM Wonderful" name! This recipe is at their website, too.

I've also added the POM POM Arils to Greek yogurt along with berries and granola. One of my very favorite desserts... and it's so much healthier than ice cream or candy!
One of you will win a variety of goodies from POM Wonderful! Enter below by 12/15 at midnight.  Good luck and happy eating!
What recipe will you try if you win?

Special thanks to the wonderful people at Wonderful POM for providing us with this review and giveaway opportunity. All opinions are honest and my own.

52 comments:

  1. Bethany10:57 AM

    Hmm...It seems like it would be a pain to spit out the seeds if they're mixed into a dish. Maybe I'm just too picky. Anyway, I enjoy eating them plain as a snack!

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    1. Most people actually eat the seeds. ;) I spit them out, too, though! But in the bread they seemed more like they should be there . They were crunchy, a bit like when you bake nuts into banana bread.

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  2. I love how it's pre-shelled, pomegranates are so hard to open! And yum to those recipes!

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  3. The oatmeal drops look yummy!

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  4. The Oatmeal Drop Cookies look amazing!

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  5. I would love to make a bread or put them in scones

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  6. I would love to try the Pomegranate Olive Oil Cake.

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  7. I would try the Pomegranate Oatmeal Drops. Yum! :)

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  8. I'd like to try the recipe for Grilled Pork Chops With Ginger-Pomegranate Sauce And Brussels Sprouts

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  9. POM Cream Filled Chocolate Roll looks like an amazing recipe!

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  10. Autumn Salad with Pomegranates and Apples looks like a winner. But I'd also like to try one of the cookie, cake, or bread recipes. Thanks!

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  11. I like to put Pomegranate Arils in a Spinach Salad with Walnuts.
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  12. Love these Pomegranate Arils, they are so convenient!

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  13. I visited their recipe page and would love to try the POM Oatmeal Drops recipe! They look SO good and easy! http://www.pomwonderful.com/pomegranate-recipes/pom-oatmeal-drops/

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  14. I have never tried pomegranate anything before. I love fruit in general and it sounds like a fun taste adventure!

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  15. I might try the pork chops with the ginger pomegranate sauce!

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  16. I visited the recipe page and I would love to make the POM Banana And Pistachio Bread.
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  18. The berries and yogurt look easy enough for my kids to assemble. :)

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  19. The oatmeal drop recipe looks great!

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  20. I would love to try "POM Heaven" please. It looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. The pork chop recipe looks amazing!

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  22. Pomegranate Oatmeal Drops sound good.

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  23. Anonymous9:40 PM

    I just bought these POM Wonderful Pomegranates the other day for the first time and put them on my salads. They are amazing!

    I would love to try it in the yogurt!
    Desiree

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  24. I love POM in spinach salads with candied pecans:)

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  25. I might try their recipe for POM Couscous Salad. It's so pretty!

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  26. Pomegranate Oatmeal Drops sound amazingly delicious.

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  27. I would make the yogurt, granola, and pomegranate parfait! :)

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  28. The Mixed Chicory Salad with Pomegranate Arils sounds delish!
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  29. I don't normally eat pomegranate's but these look great.

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  30. I would love to try the Chili en Nogada recipe

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  33. I'd like to try the pom oatmeal drop cookies.
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  34. I would love to try the POM Banana bread...sounds like a great combination!!

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  35. Jaimee W12:11 PM

    I have to say the Pomegranate Guacamole recipe I found on their site is very intriguing to me http://www.pomwonderful.com/pomegranate-recipes/pomegranate-guacamole/

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  36. The banana bread looks delicious. I have seen some at Costco recently and am now gonna buy them.

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  37. Oh that POM Banana Bread must be amazing!

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  38. Jilliann M2:01 PM

    I would try the pom parfait

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  39. The Oatmeal Drop Cookies look yummy.

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  40. Yum! I love pomegranate arils, they are so delicious! I will definitely be trying all of these recipes asap! Thanks for sharing!

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  41. Oh goodness! I need some POM Ginger Muffins in my life! Great recipes!

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  42. I would try the POM banana bread.

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  44. In case this didn't go through the first time....the Pomegranate Olive Oil Bread sounds like something I would like.

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  45. Those all look amazing! The parfait is calling to me!

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  46. Halibut With Wilted Young Spinach And POM-Citrus Vinaigrette

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  47. Oh, the POM Oatmeal Drops sound really good and I can tweak it with Splenda and Splenda brown sugar.

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  48. My in-laws have a pomegranate tree: trust me when I say buying the juice premade and the arils already cleaned and packed is TOTALLY the way to go!

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  49. I love the pre-shelled pomegranates - it really makes life so much easier!

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  50. I want to try the Pom banana bread.

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  51. I'm a big fan of banana nut bread, but never tried pomegranates in it before. Sounds yummy!

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