Homemade Guava Snack

Ever felt guilty chewing all sorts of fattening and unhealthy snacks while watching your favorite TV show? Or while you were stressed up studying for exams? It’s a big yes for me, ALL THE TIME. Hence I thought by substituting junk food with healthy snacks would help a lot in maintaining good health and help to prevent myself from obesity and other undesirable illnesses.

Today, I’m going to share with you my all-time favorite Guava snack πŸ™‚ One of my friend taught me how to make it and I was in love with it ever since. It’s very appetizing and super easy to prepare!

All you need is:

  1. Guava (It’s called Jambu Batu in Malaysia)
  2. Dried Mandarin/Tangerine Peels 


Let’s start! πŸ™‚



First of all, wash and cut the Guava into halves.



Secondly, use a big and firm metal spoon to scoop out the seeds as shown above. Prevent using a knife to do so because it’s dangerous and you might cut yourself.



Then, cut out the ends as shown and discard.



Cut the Guava into slices! The thinner you slice it, the better! πŸ™‚ Because Guava/Jambu Batu is naturally hard like it’s name already said so (‘Batu’ means Rock). When you slice it thin, it’s not only gonna taste better, but made edible for grandpa, grandma and toddlers without having to worry that it will choke them/break their teeth haha. Joking not joking.



Fill the sliced Guava into a container. Then, cut the Dried Mandarin/Tangerine Peels into small pieces into the container, using a scissors (or if you don’t mind the appearance you can just tear the peels with your fingers). Lastly, mix/stir them together by using clean hands. Then, close up the container and shake it for like 10 seconds.



Leave it for 10-15 minutes and ready to serve! πŸ˜€

For better taste, keep it refrigerated. That’s the best!

Tasty and guilt-free πŸ™‚

Have fun trying this out!

Feel free to leave a comment below πŸ™‚

Have a nice day people!




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