Guava Juice

Guava has an incredibly high content of vitamin C. In fact, one guava fruit contains four times more vitamin C than an average-sized orange; and ten times more vitamin A than a lemon!

Guava is an excellent source of fiber, almost 70 times more fiber than can be found in an orange! Other key nutrients are vitamins B2 and E, calcium, copper, foliate, iron, manganese, phosphorus and potassium.

2 guava
2 c. milk
3 Tbsp. honey

1. Peel and cut the guava in large pieces.
2. In a blender, combine all the ingredients.
3. Cover and process for 1 or 2 minutes.
4. Strain into chilled glasses.


  1. salaamu alaykum. oooh, i'm gonna have to try this. i've never actually had guava before. but i'm trying to increase my fiber intake. thanks, sis!

  2. The guava we used to have in Saudi were really good. Here they are big and not so sweet.

  3. I love this Juice Always Drank it in Egypt but We used Sugar And the Fruit No matter How it is Good. but In Southern USA I ahve ye to find the Fruit it self. Only in Mexican Store u find the Can or Nectar Juice and in the hala Market but not the Fruit it self.. :(

  4. Asalamu Alaykum Tammy, Ukhti Jazakumallah Khair for the information and the tasty drinks.

    Already tried the Watermelon drink and we absolutely love it. Insha Allah I know I will be trying some of your delicious recipes for Ramadan.

    May Allah reward you for your efforts.

  5. umm, how do you know when a guava is ready

  6. Salaam Amina,

    I live in Edmonton Alberta and i could not find Guava fruits in the store. Do you know stores that carry them. let me know please,
    Thanks May God bless you

    Ramadan Kariim


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