This beautiful non-alcoholic beverage only calls for three ingredients. The perfect drink for a hot day!
This was a hit with the munchkins! They felt so sophisticated while drinking their juice. It is rather sweet, so moderation is wise. - 06 May 2013
Frankly, I don't care what you call this - makes no difference to me. All I care about is that Hubs and I got a kick out of this - like making microwave potato chips or shaking cream in a jar to make buttter. It was kind of like a child's activity/experiment that briefly made you feel like a kid again. In fact, when Hubs was down to the bottom of the glass it occurred to me that he had never stirred it up - so how was he going to rate it? He said he didn't mix it because it was pretty. He also said that it kind of reminded him of a Tootsie Pop where you have to get to the inside to get to the treat. Like the Tootsie Pop, you enjoy the top part of the drink but then you have to wait till you get to the bottom to get to the sweet, syrupy treat. He thoroughly enjoyed himself making it, looking at it and drinking it. By the way, Hubs, believe it or not, is in his fifties. - 08 Aug 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
MY WORD! i absolutley love this recipe. I had a cold/flu for about 2 or 3 weeks, and after a few days of drinking nothing but oj, it got tiring. The pom. gives a unique twist to the common orange juice. ill serve these at any girls night in. The only suggestion id make, is using alittle more pom syrup. It adds more flavor, and color, yummm! - 13 Dec 2007 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)