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Guava Smoothie Recipe (Vegan/Dairy Free)

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This guava smoothie recipe is a fruity, refreshing, tropical drink you can enjoy for an easy breakfast or sweet snack. Made with guavas, pineapple, banana, and orange juice this smoothie is the perfect way to rise and shine!

A simple breakfast you can make with pink or white guavas. Naturally sweet and dairy-free, this smoothie is a tasty morning recipe.

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When guavas are in season, this is no better way to enjoy them then in a delicious and perfectly sweet smoothie. It will transport you to the tropics with each sip.

Guavas are fantastic little fruits that look like limes. The skin can be eaten when ripe, and the flavor (to me at least!) tastes similar to a kiwi but has the texture of a peach or pear. I really love them, especially blended with mango and banana to make a delicious, thick, and tasty smoothie.

This Guava Smoothie Recipe Is

  • Bright
  • Fresh
  • Fruity
  • Tropical
  • Made with Whole Ingredients
  • Dairy Free & Vegan
  • Ready in 5 Minutes 

Breakfasts with Guava To Enjoy Each Morning

This guava smoothie recipe is a fantastic way to start your day on the right foot!  Guavas are fantastic fruits with many benefits, and are great to enjoy first thing in the morning. I add plenty of fruit (you can use fresh or frozen) to sweeten this smoothie naturally. Only fresh fruits, orange juice, and water make it a great way to rise & shine!

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Can you eat guava seeds?

While every part of the guava is edible (including the seeds), the seeds can be tough to chew. They are high in fiber, so they can be great to blend up into a smoothie – but only if you are using a high-speed blender. They also have some great benefits too!
I kept the seeds in my smoothie, but you can scoop them out if desired.

What’s In This Smoothie with Guavas?

Be sure to visit the recipe card below for full ingredient amounts and recipe instructions!

  • Guavas – I used pink, but you can use pink or white guavas.
  • Banana
  • Mango – I used frozen mangoes which are great for smoothies.
  • Dark Cherries – also frozen, I love adding tart cherries to my smoothies for a great flavor and a pop of color.
  • Orange Juice – for a little tropical sweetness.
  • Water
  • Ice

The Best Blender for Frozen Fruit Smoothies

As noted, since guava seeds can be tough and fibrous, having a really good high speed blender is key to a creamy smoothie!

I recommend using a good-quality high speed blender for this recipe. I have a fantastic Vitamix blender, which I have been using for years, and it gets daily use in our home.

Choose a blender that has a lot of power, and can pulverize even the toughest of ingredients. My blender can chop ice, dates, frozen fruits, make soups, and even blend nuts into homemade nut butter. Using a good high-speed blender will make perfectly creamy smoothies and sauces every time!

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How Do I Make A Guava Smoothie?

  1. Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender, including the fruit, water, and ice. If you have a high speed blender, you can leave the guava seeds in, but if you don’t you can scoop the seeds and discard them, and blend only the fruit and peel.
  2. Start the blender on low speed and work your way up to high speed and blend for 2 minutes.
  3. Pour into your favorite glass, and enjoy!

Frozen Fruit Smoothies For the Win!

I used some frozen fruit for this recipe instead of fresh. I usually buy bananas in bulk, and peel and freeze them before they get too brown, and they are great for smoothies like this! By using freezer ingredients, I can stock up when they are on sale, and use them in all kinds of great dishes. It saves me a trip to the store, and I can have amazing smoothies every day with ingredients I have on hand. 

Check out all my recipes that use Freezer Ingredients on The Herbeevore – great for those nights when you want dinner ready fast!

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Guava Smoothie

This guava smoothie recipe is a fruity, refreshing, tropical drink you can enjoy for an easy breakfast or sweet snack. Made with guavas, pineapple, banana, and orange juice this smoothie is the perfect way to rise and shine!
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Drinks, Snacks
Cuisine American
Servings 2 smoothies
Calories 209 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients
  

  • 2 guavas stems removed, peel on *see note for seeds
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup mango
  • 1/2 cup dark cherries
  • 1/2 cup orange juice
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup ice

Instructions
 

  • Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender, including the fruit, water, and ice. If you have a high speed blender, you can leave the guava seeds in, but if you don’t you can scoop the seeds and discard them, and blend only the fruit and peel.
  • Start the blender on low speed and work your way up to high speed and blend for 2 minutes.
  • Pour into your favorite glass, and enjoy!

Notes

Can I Eat Guava Seeds?

While every part of the guava is edible, the seeds can be tough to chew. They are high in fiber, so they can be great to blend up into a smoothie – but only if you are using a Vitamix or high-speed blender.
If you have a high speed blender, you can leave the seeds on the fruit if desired.
If you don’t have a high speed blender, I would recommend scooping the seeds or the smoothie can become gritty if they are not blended properly.

Nutrition

Calories: 209kcalCarbohydrates: 50gProtein: 4gFat: 2gSaturated Fat: 0.4gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.5gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.2gSodium: 16mgPotassium: 905mgFiber: 8gSugar: 36gVitamin A: 1607IUVitamin C: 262mgCalcium: 46mgIron: 1mg
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