This tropical fruit originates from the lands of Central America, where the locals use it in a variety of recipes. We love guava juice. The smooth texture and sweetness make it an ideal beverage for the breakfast table.
Guavas have green or light-yellow skin, with an off-pink flesh and edible seeds. Guavas taste great eaten right out of the skin with a teaspoon, but we prefer to juice our fruit into a tasty beverage we can sip on the way to work for a boost of energy in the morning.
Guavas are an excellent source of nutrition, containing significant amounts of Vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants, and almost as much potassium as a banana. Drink guava juice on the way to the gym for a potent pre-workout beverage that gives you the motivation you need to reach your goals.
Guavas are good for the health of your cardiovascular and digestive system. The antioxidants boost immune response while clearing the bloodstream of free radicals and toxins.
Here are our top 10 guava juice recipes.
1. Classic Guava Juice
Here’s our recipe for classic guava juice made from fresh fruit. All you need is a few guavas, a juicer or blender, and some purified water. The juice is ready in seconds and contains all of the vitamins and minerals your body needs first thing in the morning.
Makes 4-5 servings.
5-cups purified water.
½-cup brown sugar to taste.
Start your recipe by prepping the guavas. Cut them in half and scoop out the flesh using a teaspoon. Add the guava flesh to the blender along with 5-cups of purified water and half a cup of brown sugar. Blend on high until all the ingredients mix well. Pour the contents of the blender through a strainer into a pitcher, discarding the pulp and seeds.
Return to the blender and add a handful of ice cubes. Blend till combined and serve chilled with a slice of guava on the rim for garnish.