The word pomegranate means "seeded apple" and fittingly, each fruit holds about 600 seeds. These seeds can be part of a healthy diet since they contain fiber, vitamin C, and vitamin K. There are so many different ways to incorporate pomegranate seeds into your daily life. Harness all the benefits of these tasty little morsels with our top three recipes for how to eat pomegranate seeds.
A quick and easy option to use pomegranate seeds is for a sweet and crunchy topping for homemade cabbage slaw. You'll be able to whip up this crowd-pleaser in no time at all!
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Place cabbage, yogurt, honey, and apple into the bowl. Add a pinch of salt & pepper. Toss to combine.
Use 1 tbsp of pomegranate seeds as the topper for your homemade slaw.
Optionally let slaw chill in fridge for 30 minutes. Next, serve and savor!
Another great use for pomegranate seeds is for a fresh pop in an otherwise typical salad. You'll surely love the brightness and acidity the seeds bring to the dish.
Place all the elements of your salad (greens, chicken, seeds, and carrots) in a large salad bowl, and toss together.
Add salad dressing of your choice, as much or as little as you prefer.
Enjoy this light and lovely finished product!
One final way to add a pop of pomegranate to your life is in a yogurt breakfast bowl. Elevate your go-to morning meal with pomegranate seeds!
Note: You can be extra fancy and make your own yogurt using our recipe here.
Scoop a serving of your favorite yogurt into a small bowl.
Add the pomegranate seeds and granola to enhance your breakfast bowl.
Enjoy this easy way to ramp up breakfast.