Pomegranate Coolers


This is a quick and easy drink that is so delicious. I got it in an email I get from Every Day with Rachel Ray. This combination of ingredients is excellent. The fresh mint adds a nice element to this drink. You need to mix some of this up to drink as you relax on your patio on one of these hot summer evenings. It’s very refreshing. Plus pomegranate juice is so good for you.


Pomegranate Coolers

1 sprig fresh mint
3 cups chilled pomegranate juice
1/4 cup lime juice
6 lime slices, for garnish
3 cups chilled ginger ale (I used diet to cut down on the calories)
ice

In a pitcher, muddle the mint with a wooden spoon. Stir in the pomegranate juice and lime juice; just before serving stir in the ginger ale. Strain into glasses filled with ice and garnish with lime slices.

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3 comments on “Pomegranate Coolers

  • Looks tasty!!! I wanted to let you know we made one of your recipes (quick crustless quiche) last night and loved it. Love your blog!

  • pomegranates are up there among my favorite fruits. This drink reminds me of my visit to Syria last year where pomegranates are so abundant that street vendors sell freshly squeezed pomegranate juice on the spot – you can find them everywhere wtih a pile of ripe, fresh pomegranates and a fruit squeezer. I love the idea of the fresh mint :)

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