Pomegranate Soufflé

After a long hiatus I finally found the time to return to blogging and decided to start the new year on a sweet note.
Pomegranate Souffle


This is another one of my quick and easy dessert recipes which can be whipped up in under 15 minutes. It’s not exactly a soufflé in the strict sense of the word but I decided to name it thus since it has a light and airy texture like a soufflé. You can say it’s a no-bake, eggless soufflé.

Pomegranate Souffle


The recipe can be easily tweaked to make other fruit flavored souffles. I have tried it with orange juice and orange jelly crystals to make Orange Souffle and it tasted equally delicious.

Ingredients for souffle

No Bake Pomegranate Soufflé


For souffle

1 tbsp gelatin, slightly heaped
1/4 cup water
1 cup (200 ml) pomegranate juice
1 packet (3 oz) red jelly crystals (strawberry, raspberry or mixed fruit flavor)
1 tin (370 ml) evaporated milk
4 tbsp sugar
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream.

For garnish

1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
1tbsp icing sugar
1/2 cup pomegranate seeds


1) Soak gelatin in water for .5-10 minutes
2) In a sauce pan add pomegranate juice, jelly crystals & soaked gelatin. Cook on low heat until gelatin and jelly crystals dissolve and the juice looks clear. Keep aside.
3) In a blender add evaporated milk & sugar, blend it for few minutes. Then pour jelly juice mixture and blend . Lastly add cream and blend until combined. Pour in bowl. Keep in refrigerator. Cool till set.
4) For garnish beat the heavy cream with icing sugar and pipe it on the souffle. Sprinkle some pomegranate seeds. Enjoy!

8 comments on “Pomegranate Soufflé

  1. I think the name of your dessert is misleading. A soufflé is more like a cake that is baked. This is more of a frozen dessert.

  2. Yes, you are right that technically, soufflés are sweet or savory French baked dishes containing eggs. However, in modern cuisine and parlance no-bake, eggless desserts have often been termed as soufflés because of their light, airy texture just the way traditional New York Style baked cheesecakes as well as no-bake, eggless cheesecakes are both referred to as cheesecakes.
    If you do an Internet search for terms as such as mango soufflé, no-bake orange soufflé etc. you will find many similar recipes which do not contain eggs and do not need to be baked in ramekins.

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