Feb 092010
 

Guavas, which are shaped like a cross between an apple and a pear are full of Vitamin A, B-but most surprisingly have about five (5) times the amount of Vitamin C than an orange!   You can also eat the skin-so it is just as easy to chop up a guava for a smoothie as it is an apple.  Guavas typically are found in your grocery store and fruit markets in the late winter and early spring and are scrumptious when combined with soy milk, fruits and even orange juice..  It is just that simple.  Here  is a smoothie recipe you can try tomorrow morning.  Combine in your blender:

1 guava -cored, seeded and cut in chunks

1 frozen banana peeled and sliced

1 cup chilled soy milk

1 tablespoon honey

1 tbsp. Chia seed

Blend until smooth, adding a few ice cubes if your smoothie is too thick. 

Guava Banana Fruit Smoothie

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