Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Wordless Wednesday

I was so happy to find these (do the happy dance in the store happy)!
All of the hard work is done for you!!

98 comments:

alissa apel said...

I love those things! I have to say that it isn't hard work taking the seeds out though. Just cut it, put it in a bowl of water, and it breaks apart. It's easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Elephant's Child said...

Yummo.

Dominique Goh said...


So cool.. haven't seen those before in our supermarkets.

Marie Moody said...

Well, I'm happy you're so happy because... well... ummmm.... why are we so happy??? What is that? Wait Wait Is that what I think it is... I didn't know they come like that... I've never seen those before like that... those are good especially nice and cold!!!! Nummy... Thanks for stopping by!

Launna said...

My daughter would eat them more often if they were all cleaned up like this... I'll have to check out our stores :-)

Binky said...

I've never had pomegranate!

Betty Taylor said...

I don't think I have ever had pomegranate either! That would be an opportunity for a first. Those would make it really easy for me!!

Celebrate Woman said...

Love these pomegranate seeds. When growing up, we did not have them all shelled and ready to eat!

Theresa Mahoney said...

You know, I have never had a real pomegranate. I've had juices made from them, but never the real deal. I need to fix that soon!

GayNYCDad said...

And they are so healthy!
I must try these for my family.
thanks!
Mitch

Veronica Lee said...

I love pomegranate! Yummmmmm! My mom has a tree growing in her garden.

Mary said...

Yum! Don't you love all the fruit in the summer?
Happy WW!

Anonymous said...

I am not a fan but I have to admit that the colors looks nice. #WW

Joyce Lansky said...

Your post is "just fruity" too. Thanks for stopping by.

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stevebethere said...

I haven't had pomegranate in years now I want some LOL

Have a fruitytastic week ;-)

Masshole Mommy said...

That is definitley easier than having to take the seeds out yourself. I can't say I've seen these, but would totally buy them if I did.

Brian Miller said...

mmmm love the pom....

debdenny said...

I love them. they are so tasty and also good for you!

Jacquelineand.... said...

LOVE pomegranate, and I have a really easy way to get to the seeds... get the kidling to do it!

Kim Croisant said...

Not seen them in my stores. AND they are so so good for you!! I want some now.

Janine Huldie said...

I have never tried these, but will have to look for them now!! :)

Kay Adeola said...

Yum i love pomegranate,They are quite expensive over here otherwise i would eat them everyday.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Well, they are a pain to deal with - so that would be handy.

Ugochi said...

They look lovely. I would love to blend them and gulp instead of chewing.

Jen said...

YUM!!!!

Pat Hatt said...

Never put one across my lips, but I'm happy they make you do a happy dance lol

Anonymous said...

You're making me want to go out and buy some pomegranates. I've been craving these lately.

Karren Haller said...

We used to live where they grew an my mother in law had a unique way to remove the seeds. Love a Dixie Salad!!!

Ms POSH said...

I've totally have never seen those. I bet they are good!
POSH

Sandee said...

A great find. And yes all the hard work is done. Enjoy.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Holy Ghost Writer said...

They taste great

Jenn said...

These are so good! The first time I tried pomegranate was sixth grade and I loved it.

Carly said...

YUM! They'd be perfect in a salad!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Already pitted as well? Cool.

jaime said...

These would be a great snack! And you're right. All of the tough work has been taken care of!

Shell said...

How convenient! I usually avoid these because of all the work involved!

Pride In Photos said...

perfect to keep a slim figure...smile.

Patty Woodland said...

I love pomegranate. It's so good in sweet and savory dishes.

Robin said...

I like to buy the chocolate covered ones sometimes :)

Kung Phoo said...

I like those cherries.. we had them purchased 2 days ago and they are gone..

Jenn@Sweet T Makes Three said...

Yay for the easy way! Though last year I discovered the bowl of water trick mentioned by another commenter and it's really simple.

Chrystal Mahan said...

I have never seen those in my supermarket like that! Pretty interesting.

mail4rosey said...

The seeds are in there. I like my pomegranate arils w/seeds. My hubby does not. ;)

Kristi Maloney said...

This is ideal! No work involved. Although, when I bought a little cup full they had already gone bad...:( Hope yours were fresh!!)

Texstar said...

I'm not big into these. Now, give cherries and I'm in!!!! :) Don Purdum

Rebecca Swenor said...

I have never had these but my sister snacks on them. Thanks for sharing.

P Bishop said...

I love these too. They are not only good, but so good for you. Love juice too!

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

YUM! I think those would work well in a breakfast muffin.

Faythe M.A said...

Yummy looking picture! I am still confused as which is the actual seed that you eat?
Faythe from GrammyMouseTails

Megan Chamberlin said...

Never seen those before, are they really good? I don't think I've ever had pomegranate without it being in a beverage!

Almost Precious said...

Wonderful and no more red fingertips or fingernails. :)

Debi Gerhart said...

I love pomegranate. I would love having them easy like this

Ann Jones said...

Those are awesome, I hate trying to get all the seeds out!

Pam said...

I love finding those at the store too! I love pomegranate but it's so hard to eat!

Casa Vilora Interiors said...

I love pomegranates. I will have to look for these. Yum

bxcrochet said...

That looks really good. I love pomegranates.

Michelle F.

Samantha Angell said...

Pomegranates aren't my favorite fruit by any means. You certainly made them look good!

Laura Grace Andry said...

I love Pomegranates! I have not seen something like this sold at my grocery store. It is always such work eating them whole!

Growing Up Madison said...

My grandma has pomegranate trees at her house and the best part was breaking them open and eating them. This makes it a little too easy but great for the kids.

Lisa said...

So Delicious Aren't They, Enjoy!1

Rochkirstin Santos said...

How long do they last? Are they not sold in common stores in your area?

Sweepster said...

Is it against the spirit of wordless Wednesday to write a comment about pomegranate arils? Because if it is, I'm sorry. ;) What are they anyway?

Liz Mays said...

What? I didn't know you could buy those. I'm totally gonna get some!

Couponing in Central Florida! said...

I have never tried these before. They look pretty tasty though.

Michele D said...

Never been a fan of pomegranates. I don't no why I really should try more fruits. Glad to see your happy about them.

mail4rosey said...

The seeds you eat in the pomegranate. I was just happy because if you cut the fruit you have to get the seeds out and clean off the fruit flesh. With these, I can have instant pomegranate gratification. They're delicious and totally worth trying if you come across them...nice and juicy/tasty!

mail4rosey said...

So good! They're like little bursts of juice!

mail4rosey said...

The aril is the fleshy part around the edible seed. You usually have to do a bit of work to get them out and get them cleaned up. With this nifty little packet, all of the work was done for me. :)

mail4rosey said...

I don't know how long they last, that was my first time getting them, and they're long gone. ;) They're produce, so I'm sure they won't get keep long (like any fruit). I've never ever seen them until that shopping trip. I was looking for a green pepper, and they were all out, so I went to the cut up veggies in containers (because I needed green pepper for a recipe) and there they were. I was a very happy shopper. :)

Sharon Ruggieri said...

I haven't had any in ages but I'm craving them now

Kiwi said...

TO be honest I have never actually tried pomegrantes! Like I tried them in like artificial forms such as lotions or something...maybe I should try them!

Carly from The Puzzled Palate said...

Very cool! I love Pomegranate seeds. There are somethings that are just to mess to do- seeding a pomegranate is one of those!

Rachael Yerkes said...

It is so nice to not have to open it and do the work. I saw a tutorial on YouTube a few years ago where you bonk it with a wooden spoon and it comes out pretty easily. But I still prefer to buy them the way you pictured. Faster. And I am more likely to throw them on just about everything.

Franc said...

Pomegranate is really a great source of energy and one of my favorite flavors for an energy gel.

Brijdeep said...

Cool !! cutting open pomegranates is such a hard work !!

Leira Pagaspas said...

I have not tried eating a Pomegranate. But I do have a Pomegranate lotion that was made by Aveeno and it smells really good.

Christie C said...

Um...I have no idea what these are? I assume delicious

Savory Experiments said...

I love these! takes all the work out of picking through a pomegranate. I use them in my guacamole.

Anonymous said...

i haven't had a pomegrante in years. we used to call them chinese apples growing up

Sippy Cup Mom said...

Those look delicious! I've never had one!

Becka M said...

I have never tried these before. I bet they are good, they look tasty.

mail4rosey said...

Yep, delicious. :) They're a fruit seed, hard to get to, tasty to eat.

Krystal Butherus said...

These are super delicious! I need to grab some.

Christina Shirley said...

I drink pomegranate drinks, but I've never actually had real pomegranate. I need to try these.

~ Noelle said...

That is pretty neat ... I have never seen them before. That is why I don't purchase them that often (lazy with the work)

Cassie Tucker said...

My husband has been wanting to try pomegranate but he didn't want to go through all the work. This would be perfect for him.

TaMara Sloan said...

I bet my small people would love these.

Patricia Woolverton said...

These are yummy and I only buy them now and then. I do enjoy eating them right out of the Pomegranate though.

Couponing in Central Florida! said...

These look so yummy. I have never tried them before. But I will have to

Mel@Mellywood's Mansion said...

My Jack would die to see these sitting in the fridge

MyDomesticDish said...

Super handy, although I would miss the satisfying crunch of splitting open the fruit...besides, if you've ever seen Bobby Flay do it...it's pretty easy if you "spank" it! LOL

Ruchira Khanna said...

I love pomegranate too, Rosey.

As long as someone does the peeling for me...lol

Thanks for linking your pix with Abracabadra! Pleasure to have you on board

Kath Rivera said...

I wonder if this is available here in our country. I haven't tried the juice and they say it's very healthy contains lots of vitamins and minerals.

Janeane Davis said...

Pomegranates are so delicious. I like when someone does all the work and just leaves me the deliciousness to enjoy.

Colette S said...

Yes yes I'd be happy too :)

Cam said...

I used to love those things as a kid! We used to peel them for what seemed like forever. So much work but so good!

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

Look how many persons you made happy today. :) Very convenient for a busy day.

Rose-Marie said...

I haven't had pomegranate seeds in ages! Great idea to package them like this, it makes it much easier and more likely to have them!!