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Pomegranate Seed Sprinkled Toasted Oats Cereal with Milk December 8, 2012

Jamie says: I swear the pomegranate seeds this year are the best ever. Or maybe my taste buds have grown fond of their bittersweet pop, nutty texture, and potent color. Regardless, I can’t get enough of them. Here’s one simple way to enjoy the season’s beautiful fruit.

Pomegranate Seed Sprinkled Toasted Oats Cereal with Milk

Pomegranate Seed Sprinkled Toasted Oats Cereal with Milk

Heading out soon to restock my pomegranate supply.

These bittersweet red seeds are popping with flavor

These bittersweet red seeds are popping with flavor

So how do you get to those beautiful seeds in that awkward looking fruit? There are a few different ways…Read the recipe at the bottom of this post.

One bite, and you'll know what I'm talking about

One bite, and you’ll know what I’m talking about

I hope you’ll give them a try this year. They’re too awesome to miss! After all, ’tis the season…

'Tis the season for good health and good flavor

‘Tis the season for good health and good flavor

Pomegranate Seed Sprinkled Toasted Oats Cereal with Milk

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 pomegranate (POM) (or you can buy the seeds on their own)
  • 1 cup toasted oats cereal (Cheerios)
  • 1/2 cup fat free (skim) milk (Publix)

Directions:

  1. Cut the pomegranate in quarters.
  2. Use clean hands to remove each seed (called aril) and to remove fleshy white part (or place quarters in a large bowl of water while doing this step and the fleshy white part will rise to the top).
  3. Pour cereal in bowl followed by milk and pomegranate seeds. Enjoy!
  • Nutrition note: One-half cup pomegranate seeds, is a good source of fiber, vitamin K, and vitamin C, according to the USDA’s Food-A-Pedia. These nutrients, respectively, can help keep you full, aid in blood clotting, and help with colds and cuts. They’ve also got something special that a Nutrition Facts label wouldn’t capture- polyphenols, which are antioxidants.
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