4 persons
15 minutes (excl. freezing)

1 fresh guanabana or 1 pack of guanabana pulp
2 mini pineapples
Juice and zest of 1 lime
Shredded coconut for decoration

Piña Guanabana

In case of using fresh guanabana: halve the guanabana, remove the core with a knife, and extract the seeds. Blend in a blender until smooth. Place the puree in a freezer-safe container and then place it in the freezer until completely frozen. In caseof using guanabana pulp: place the entire pack in the freezer until completely frozen. Then, cut the packaging loose from the frozen guanabana.

Halve the mini pineapples and scoop out the flesh with a spoon or knife, leaving a hollow space.

Blend the pineapple flesh, juice of 1 lime, and the frozen guanabana in a blender until it forms a smooth sorbet.

Scoop the sorbet into the mini pineapples and garnish with shredded coconut and lime zest.

Pina Guanabana



Guanabana is also called soursop and is a fruit in the anonna family. It has an oval, spiny appearance and consist of juicy pulp with a sour-sweet taste. Many people believe that guanabana has healing powers. This is one of the reasons that the guanabana became so popular.



Baby pineapple

Baby pineapple is the mini version of a regular pineapple. They may be a bit smaller, but they are wonderfully sweet and soft. The inside is completely edible, so you don’t have to remove the core.


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