Pomegranate Pots de Creme

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Pomegranate has been trendy for a while now (I guess that means it’s more than a trend?), but I was never too certain how to serve it. The juice makes a fun addition to things like ice cream, lemonade, mocktails, and salad dressings. And I’ve been known to sprinkle the seeds on a salad or two. But surely those pretty little jewels had other uses?

Well, of course I had to sneak them into a dessert. Having made pots de creme with roasted strawberries before, whipping up a pomegranate version felt like a no-brainer. With a light pink color, fluffy texture, and bursts of sour-and-sweet from the pomegranate seeds, these Pots de Creme make for a lovely treat!

Pomegranate Pots de Creme
 
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Serves: 4 servings
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  1. Pour ¼ cup coconut milk into a mixing bowl and sprinkle the gelatin on top. Let stand for 2 minutes, then whisk to dissolve any lumps.
  2. Combine the remaining coconut milk with the honey in a saucepan over medium heat. Stirring constantly, cook until just beginning to simmer, about 5 minutes.
  3. Pour in the gelatin mixture and whisk to combine. If using, stir in the juice.
  4. Divide into 4 ramekins or other serving dishes and refrigerate until set, at least 3 hours. Garnish each with 2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds to serve.

 

About Christina Feindel

Christina Feindel came to the AIP after she was diagnosed with Hashimoto's, Celiac, and Interstitial Cystitis in her early twenties after more than a decade of declining health. As her degenerative and debilitating symptoms began disappearing, Christina began sharing recipes and experiences at A Clean Plate and is now the author of several healthy e-books. Christina believes that good, healthy food should be accessible and appealing to anyone on any budget, with any amount of time, and with the bare minimum of ingredients. She also believes that any illness can be improved or even eliminated by starting with a clean plate. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.

4 comments

  • […] Pomegranate Pots de Crème from Autoimmune Wellness *This beautiful coconut treat serves four – there's plenty to share! […]

  • Velda says

    Is the gelatin a powder it does not look like it in picture when you click on it. Never seen that kind before.

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hi Velda! Yes, we linked through to a product we use. It comes in a can and is a powder. Hope it helps!

  • Abby says

    Excited to try this!

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