4 Reviews

Wow, what a great shake this was Nancy. It was the perfect breakfast treat served along with your eggs benedict with mock hollandaise. Thick, rich, smooth, full of flavor. This shake was quick and easy to make. A really lovely flavor from the pomogranate, banana, vanilla and honey. I did omit the protein powder. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will make often.

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Baby Kato September 11, 2012

When making this I did leave out the ice cubes & then used 2 frozen bananas to give the drink a frosty chill! Great combo of flavors, & yet another recipe for smoothies that I can use! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday recipe tag]

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Sydney Mike January 25, 2012

This was a tasty way to start the day! I did use POM pomegranate/cranberry juice, but otherwise, followed as directed. I even fixed one for DH, for his breakfast. I will put this in my 'so easy for breakfast' book, and probably make it often! Thanks for sharing, Nancy's Pantry!

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alligirl January 21, 2012

A nice fruity way to start the day! DH really enjoyed this shake stating the pomegranate and banana was a wonderful combo. I made as written without the optional protein powder. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl January 08, 2012
Pomegranate Morning Shake