Pomegranate Snow Cones
A refreshing treat on a hot summer's day, these delicious snow cones have been shared with us by Alyce Alexandra. Their popularity has grown in the USA from their humble beginnings in the 1850s when they started as a byproduct of ice transportation from New York to Florida. The sweetness of this particular flavour make them the perfect choice to finish off your BBQ.
Recipe Tester Feedback: "You will not regret making a double batch of this syrup to store in the fridge for those hot days - this refreshing recipe will get you through summer! I see it being a hit at 'Frozen'-themed birthday parties too. My 3 year old has declared these snow cones as being 'quite delicious'!" - Claire
No: Gluten / Dairy / Egg / Nuts
Total Preparation Time 30 minutes
Cannot be frozen
- raw sugar - 120g
- raspberries - 300g, frozen
- pomegranate juice - 300g
- limes - 2, juice only
- ice cubes - 1kg
- Place sugar (120g) and raspberries (300g) into bowl. Pulverize Speed 9 / 10 seconds. Scrape down sides.
- Add pomegranate juice (300g), cook for 25 minutes / Steaming Temperature / Speed 3 with the measuring cap removed. Sit the internal steaming basket on top to prevent splashes.
- Add lime juice (2) and mix Speed 3 / 10 seconds. Strain through a fine sieve to remove raspberry seeds. Refrigerate until cool.
- When ready to serve, place ice (1kg) in bowl, mill Speed 7 / 10 seconds or until ice powder is formed.
- Divide ice between cups or paper cones and drizzle with cool pomegranate raspberry syrup. Serve immediately.