Raspberry Pomegranate Granita

Raspberry Pomegranate Granita

Loaded with delicious red fruit and a hint of gin

This granita recipe was made so that anyone could make it at home. Perfect for a hot day; This treat is sure to impress anyone with its vibrant colour and amazing taste.


340 g/ 12 oz Raspberries

1/2 Cup Pomegranate juice

3/4 cup White Sugar

2 Tbsp Gin (not necessary)

4 Cups Cold Water


  1. In a medium saucepan add: raspberries, pomegranate juice, sugar and gin.
  2. On a med-high heat bring mixture to a boil while stirring regularly then turn heat down to a simmer for about 5 minutes.
  3. Remove From heat then add cold water and stir together.
  4. put your mesh strainer over a large bowl and pour your mixture through using a spoon or ladle to push the raspberries through the strainer leaving the seeds behind.
  5.  Pour your mixture into a large freezer bag and put mixture into the fridge until completely cool. Overnight is best.
  6. Once cooled mix up the bag and place in the freezer.
  7.  Once in the Freezer: mix the bag up with your hands once every 30 to 60 minutes for about 3-5 hours. This doesn’t have to be super strict, the more you mix the bag the smoother it will become.
  8. Once the Granita mixture is frozen but still a bit loose, it’s ready to enjoy!

Next time you find yourself wanting to make a cold treat try giving this granita a shot. Summer is here and this recipe will be sure to keep you refreshed!

What Fruits would you like to see in a granita? Let me know in the comments below! Also, make sure to tag me on Instagram to show me your re-creation of this all-inclusive frozen dessert recipe!

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Until next time,

Clay Smith, Claycooks







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