The colour of this grape and guava slushy may be new for children to explore – it’s pink but not intense.  The temperature is possibly new to explore too, somewhere in between juice and icecream.  It makes a lovely “let’s explore and be curious” drink to offer alongside a family meal.

Did you know?  
In 100g of guava there is 228.3mg of Vitamin C which is about 4 times the amount found in Oranges!  

Guava & Grape Slushy

Course: Breakfast and SmoothiesDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

cups
Prep time

3

minutes

A fruity hit of vitamin C that is fun to explore at a mealtime.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of frozen green or red seedless grapes

  • 6 tinned guava halves, seeds removed

  • 1/2 cup of water

  • 1 sprig of mint, another for garnish (optional)

Directions

  • Put all ingredients into a high powered blender
  • Blend for at least 1 minute until smooth. Add additional water if it is too icy and you want a more liquid consistency.
  • Pour into cups and garnish with extra mint

Feature image by Franz Schekolin on Upsplash

For other smoothie or fruity drink recipes on my website, check out my 3-ingredient red velvet smoothie, grapefruit based slushy or this strawberry milkshake.

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