pomegranates in a pile

Beautiful pomegranate seeds are a great way to add a splash of colour to all sorts of dishes – from Mediterranean grilled meats and chunky veg salads to hearty bowls of porridge.

The great news is that pomegranates are also really good fo us. They’re high in vitamin B, which boosts our metabolism and immune systems, as well as helping to combat fatigue. Vitamin B also helps to keep our nervous systems in top condition.

Pomegranates contain high levels of vitamin C, too – another great vitamin for your immune system; as well as fibre, which is important for digestion; and potassium, which is important for maintaining a healthy blood pressure.

Our 5 fave pomegranate recipes

Quick, easy and healthy, this carrot and grain salad is topped with fresh mint leaves, pomegranate seeds and crumbled feta. It’s a brilliant side dish or hearty starter.

Nutty brown sushi rice is the comforting base for a colourful, satisfying bowlful of crisp, zingy, taste-popping flavours.

Flavouring water with fresh fruit is a quick and easy way to make staying hydrated totally tasty. Use whichever citrus fruits you have to hand and finish with pomegranate.

These oaty pancakes are packed with fibre and protein, and are low in refined sugars. Top with your favourite fruits, nut butter, and a handful of pomegranate seeds.

The juicy pomegranate seeds and fragrant za’atar bring this dish to life! Finished with spring onions and micro herbs, each mouthful is a joy.

For more nutritious inspiration, check out our Quick, Easy and Healthy page packed with tips, recipes and videos of food that’s good for you.


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