Cardamom Coconut Cream & Pomegranates

Remember that time I made this?

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All that sugar, dairy and alcohol. Kiiiiiinda wishing I could have it right now.

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But only kinda.

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Just like the quote from yesterday’s post, this shouldn’t be hard, but at times it feels really hard.

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During times like that, perspective is an amazing thing. We saw Unbroken over the weekend, which I highly recommend for nothing other than perspective.

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Louis Zamperini survived a plane crash, spent 47 hungry and thirsty days at sea with sharks circling his raft and Japanese planes bombing him in the water, only to be “rescued” as a POW until the war ended. Perspective.

It almost makes this recipe seem like a five course italian meal…

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Description: Creamy and tart, this snack, dessert or breakfast will put a smile on your face.

Cardamom Coconut Cream & Pomegranates

Ingredients:
1 cup coconut milk
1/8 teaspoon cardamom
Pomegranates

Directions:
1. With whisk attachment, beat milk for 5 minutes on level 8.
2. Stir in cardamom.
3. Spoon on top of pomegranates and enjoy!

“All I want to tell young people is that you’re not going to be anything in life unless you learn to commit to a goal. You have to reach deep within yourself to see if you are willing to make the sacrifices.”

― Louis Zamperini

(Devil at My Heels: A Heroic Olympian’s Astonishing Story of Survival as a Japanese POW in World War II)

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2 thoughts on “Cardamom Coconut Cream & Pomegranates

  1. Hi Amanda and Austin –   I am LeAnn’s friend Shea and she told me about your blog when I saw her on our annual Christmas reunion. I love the blog! I see that there are options to share at the end of each post, but do not see an option to pin to Pinterest. Am I missing it? If so I will look harder, but if not it would wonderful to have the option of pinning your wonderful recipes there – and more opportunities to share.   All the best, Shea

    • Shea – Thank you so much for reading! 🙂 Unfortunately, our current platform doesnt allow us to add the pins, HOWEVER we’re working with a vendor now to create a new, more engaging site. In the meantime, please follow me on pinterest at Amanda Backenstose because I’ve personally pinned my recipes there.

      Happy New Year!!!

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