3 Graviola Smoothie Ideas You Would Love | Herbal Goodness

It's not only during summer that you may love a Graviola smoothie, also known as a soursop smoothie. With its strong fruity flavor and creamy texture, the Graviola smoothie is a drink that you can easily enjoy year round. Just remember that one of the goals of drinking a delicious Graviola smoothie is to gain the antioxidants, vitamins, potassium, iron and fiber in the fruit. In other words, avoid adding processed sugars to the smoothie. Good news is that Herbal Goodness offers health products that are free of GMO and processed sugars. 

Reasons To Enjoy A Graviola Smoothie

Here are benefits associated with a soursop smoothie. To start, a soursop smoothie is a good way to kick off the morning. For example, if you strain enough soursop juice at night, you can shorten the time that it takes to make the smoothie fresh in the morning. That, or you can prepare a quart of soursop smoothie overnight, so that you can simply pour yourself a glass of the cold beverage first thing in the morning. 

Also, Herbal Goodness soursop recipes could help curb your appetite for processed sugary foods and beverages like  sweet breakfast bread rolls, heavy muffins, artificially sweetened juices and caffeinated coffee. If your employer offers you a discount on your health insurance premiums after you drop weight or improve your biometrics numbers for areas like your blood sugar, cholesterol and body mass index, you could support these efforts by substituting a morning graivola smoothie for a cup of coffee and a breakfast sandwich of ham or sausage, egg, bread and cheese. 

What's In Soursop Recipes

Want to know what you get when you eat graviola? Vitamins in graviola include vitamin C and vitamin B6. Graviola also has iron, potassium, magnesium and antioxidants.1 Fiber in graviola supports bowels, especially when you commit to a healthy diet that's high in green leafy vegetables, organic fruit, GMO free teas like Herbal Goodness Graviola Leaf Soursop Tea and plenty of fresh water. 

As it regards vitamin C, graviola has more vitamin C than B6. Furthermore, an average serving of graviola is less than 70 calories. Unlike some other fruit, when it comes to soursop recipes, you can eat graviola raw. As you cook soursop recipes, you can also use the fruit's seeds, skin and creamy inner flesh as ingredients. Our HerbalGoodness graviola pure dried leaves, extracts and teas are made from raw graviola. But, that's not all. 

Herbal Goodness' graviola products last for days, unless you start cooking soursop recipes three or more times a week. In that case, a good way to keep graviola on hand so that you can make a soursop smoothie, soursop juice and other soursop recipes is to buy graviola that has been manufactured into long lasting organic products, the very products that you'll find right here at Herbal Goodness. 

In case you're wondering, HerbalGoodness graviola also offers you vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, antioxidants, potassium, magnesium, niacin and fiber. It's these vitamins, antioxidants and fibers that support healthy inflammation, free radicals management and infection. Here are three great ways to treat yourself to a graviola smoothie. 

Graviola Smoothie Vitality Bowl

For this graviola smoothie, you'll keep the skin of the graviola.2 These are the ingredients that you need: 

  • 1 medium graviola
  • 1/2 cup mango juice (you can strain the juice out of a raw mango)
  • 1/2 cup coconut water
  • 2 bananas
  • 1/2 cup diced pineapple
  • 1 droplet HerbalGoodness Graviola Soursop Leaf Liquid Extract
  • 1/2 cup kale (eliminate the kale if you want a fruit only smoothie) 

Carve the graviola flesh out of the skin. Toss out the graviola seeds. Mix all of the above ingredients in a blender that is set to medium speed. Pour the graviola smoothie inside the graviola skin. Talk about feeling like you're in a tropical paradise. Drink the smoothie out of a straw. You'll love the flavor and the texture! 

Easy Three Fruit Graviola Smoothie

Another of the soursop recipes, is a triple fruit graviola recipe. Ten minutes is all that you need to prepare this recipe. Steps for this recipe follow. 

Use a raw graviola to enjoy fresh soursop juice in your graviola smoothie. Cut the graviola in half. Remove the seeds and peel away the skin. Then, slice the graviola into eight parts. Add these add parts to: 

  • 1/2 cup of strawberries
  • 1/2 cup diced pineapple
  • 1 droplet HerbalGoodness Graviola Soursop Leaf Liquid Extract
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1/2 cup almond milk 

Mix in a blender until the ingredients are silky smooth. Add more almond milk if you want a larger smoothie portion. For example, you could make enough graviola smoothie to drink a cup now and a cup in the morning. 

Lactose Free Graviola Smoothie

Try this soursop recipe, if you're lactose intolerant. Ingredients that this recipe calls for are one medium graviola, one teaspoon HerbalGoodness Graviola Soursop Leaf Liquid Extract, one cup crushed ice, 1/2 cup water, half cup cherries, one banana and one small apple. 

  • Remove the core and the seeds from the apple. Then, slice the apple into 8 to 10 parts.
  • Peel and slice the banana.
  • Deseed the cherries. Also, remove the stems from the cherries.
  • Add the ingredients to a blend.
  • Blend on medium.
  • Add in the crushed ice, water, graviola slices and teaspoon HerbalGoodness Graviola Soursop Leaf Liquid Extract.
  • Blend until evenly mixed and smooth to the taste. Enjoy! 

Access To Organic Graviola Soursop

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Even if you buy groceries from a health food store, you may not come across fresh, raw Graviola. In fact, if you saw raw Graviola, you might not imagine how delicious the fruit taste. Why? Graviola is a dark green fruit with a prickly shell. On the inside, the fruit is a creamy white. But, the flavor is so inviting. If you love strawberries or pineapple, get ready for a real treat when it comes to enjoying a soursop smoothie, soursop juice and other soursop recipes. 

In addition to manufacturing raw Graviola into pure dried soursop leaves, right here at HerbalGoodness, we offer you organic, non-GMO soursop extract. In fact, you can get Graviola extract in capsule and liquid form at HerbalGoodness. Both of these extracts can be used in soursop recipes, including desserts and other baked soursop recipes. 

More ways to enjoy Graviola are with HerbalGoodness soursop tea and, of course, our GMO free pure Graviola dried leaves. Here's what you may love about our pure Graviola dried leaves. They serve as a healthy, organic snack. In fact, you can carry our Graviola dried leaves with you to sporting events, on vacation and to work. Our bulk herbs or dried leaves come in two ounce packs. Stock up on a case of six pouches. 

You'll be happy to know that HerbalGoodness' Graviola is not only organic. It's also tested by third party certifiers and packaged in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved facilities within the United States. A good choice to use when making a quick, delicious graviola smoothie is HerbalGoodness Graviola liquid extract. Click here to get Herbal Goodness organic Graviola teas, extracts and green tea powder. 


  1. Healthline. Rachel Link. Soursop Health Benefits and Uses. Accessed August 20, 2020.
  2. Vitality Bowls. Accessed August 20, 2020.
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