A festive dessert! A traditional pavlova with an exotic twist; a wonderful combination of foam, whipped cream, fresh figs, and pomegranate pips.
This dish with its beautiful colour is a good part of the main course of your Christmas dinner. Serve with some new potatoes and asparagus for example.
A tangy salad with spinach, walnuts and crunchy pomegranate seeds.
This speed pizza is a perfect meal after an intense training session: good, hot food, but ready in a flash. Naturally, you could make the cauliflower crust yourself, but you can now find them in your local supermarket. However, this recipe does call for homemade pesto as well as burrata cheese, which is a mixture of mozzarella and cream. Check out the recipe!
Israeli couscous, also known as pearl couscous, is eaten a lot in the Middle East. It is a slightly larger variant of regular couscous, with lovely, round granules. This is one of those dinners that makes a great lunch the next day. So go ahead and make a potful!”
This simple salad is perfect for taking to work or your training session. It’s ready in a flash and packed with vitamins and protein.
The crunchy pomegranate seeds and the soft chocolate in these tarts make a wonderful combination!
A wonderful goat cheese salad with caramelised mango, pomegranate, and kumquat vinaigrette.
The cream cheese makes this smoothie low-fat and the pomegranate seeds create a flavour explosion. It’s also very healthy, nutrient-rich and full of fibre, which will keep you feeling fuller for longer.
Fromage frais, granola and exotic fruit: a tasty and healthy way to start your day. Make this trifle with fromage frais, pomegranate and homemade coconut granola. Delicious and healthy for breakfast, but also very nice as a dessert!