Seeding a pomegranate may seem like a lot of work but do you how nutrient dense these red jewel-like seeds are? Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants than any other fruits. In fact, a glass of pomegranate juice has more antioxidants than green tea or berries. Regular intake of pomegranate lowers blood pressure and cholesterol and also prevents heart diseases and cancer. Many studies have shown that pomegranate helps in relieving stress and depression.
Pomegranate milkshake is a simple milkshake with pomegranate seeds, milk and vanilla ice cream. If you don't like to eat the pomegranate seeds as such like me, this milkshake is a great way to add pomegranate to your diet. You can modify this milkshake recipe to make it more healthier by adding oats, nuts or any seeds too. For a low-fat version, skip the ice cream and use low-fat milk. Now let's see how to make this delicious milkshake.
Notes and Tips
- If you want a low-fat milkshake, you can skip the ice cream.
- Straining is optional, but it gives a smooth creamy milkshake.
- You can also blend all the ingredients together and strain the milkshake using a strainer.