How to Make Guyabano (Soursop) Popsicles: Guyabano, soursop, abana, I call this fruit by many names. I rarely see a guyabano fruit in grocery stores here in Manila, so when I saw that it’s available online through Pickaroo, I ordered it right away!
Thing is, I sort of forgot it in the fridge for several days and when I remembered that Is till had it, it was already overripe. One thing I learned is that when a fruit is overripe, the best way to salvage it is to turn it into a shake or a smoothie. But then I realized why not take a step further and turn it into popsicles! Follow the recipe below to learn how to make guyabano or soursop popsicles, that’s perfect to ease down the summer heat! Scroll down for an instructional video!
Recipe: How to Make Guyabano / Soursop Popsicles
1 medium guyabano (about ½ kilo)
½ cup all purpose cream
½ cup condensed milk
1 cup water
Slice open the guyabano and remove the seeds.
Remove the pulp from the skin.
Mix the pulp in a blender with the all purpose cream, condensed milk, and water.
Pour your guyabano / soursop mixture into popsicle molds.
Freeze for 8 hours or more, until the popsicles are frozen.
Now you can enjoy your guyabano popsicles that have a nice sweet, sour, and creamy taste. If you want your guyabano popsicles to be sweeter, feel free to add more condensed milk. An alternative to condensed milk would be evaporated milk but be sure to add some sugar or sweetener.
Guyabano popsicles would be a good summertime snack for the kids. Not only is it yummy, but it’s also rich in vitamins and minerals such as Calcium, Potassium, and Vitamins A and C. It’s also very easy to make – in fact kids can make this themselves!
What other recipes do you know that use guyabano or soursop? Let us know in the comments below!