Graham Cracker Guavas And Cream

I remember distinctively the first time I ventured into the world of guavas. I must have been about 13 years old, and there sat in front of me a dessert of guavas and cream. The guavas had been poached in syrup, and the swirl of the thick sugary base and cream twirled in a hypnotic union. I dug my spoon in and found a little piece of heaven sitting on the other side. I guess it was the first time I was aware I was eating guava. I had eaten it many times before but never knew what it was called. Unbeknownst to me it had been used to make my ponche and empanadas. I decided to recreate this lovely dessert that started the initial guava craze in my life, and added a little extra something called graham cracker to it. This simple dessert can be made for a spur of the moment get together, and has every element of decadence to it! Enjoy!

  • Graham Cracker Guavas And Cream 1 of 6

    This beautiful guavas dessert can be made in a few minutes, and the taste is unforgettable. 

  • Ingredients 2 of 6

    Just these 3 ingredients are all that's needed.

  • Graham Cracker Base 3 of 6

    Break up the graham crackers to a fine crumb consistency. Layer the base of a cup or bowl with crumbs.

  • Guavas 4 of 6

    Remove the guavas from the syrup, and cut the guavas down the middle and remove the seeds in the center with a spoon. 

  • Guavas And Syrup 5 of 6

    Place a few guava halves on top of crumbs and spoon in the syrup over the top.

  • Pour On The Cream 6 of 6

    Pour the cream over the top and enjoy! 

 Ingredients for graham cracker guavas and cream:

  • cinnamon graham crackers
  • canned guavas (in syrup)
  • whipping cream


  1. Crush graham crackers to fine crumbs and line the bottom of your cup or bowl.
  2. Take the guavas out of the syrup, and reserve the syrup to the side.
  3. Slice each guava down the middle, and with a spoon scoop out the center of seeds.
  4. Place a few guava halves on top of the graham cracker crumbs, then spoon a couple of tablespoons of syrup over the top.
  5. Pour a couple of tablespoons of whipping cream over the top.
  6. Enjoy!


For more recipes from Nicole Presley click over to her blog: Presley’s Pantry 

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