Now that summer is in full swing at my household, keeping our food intake is a top priority. Over these months, my children have reached for the convenience of quick snack rather than a food that is healthier for them. Being a mom, I certainly get asked a few times a day for snacks. those “mom can I have a snack”, just “one snack” or “can I have a drink”. I’m not sure if they’re asking out of boredom or actually hungry but needless to say, I want my children to eat healthier. In the summer, we crave those snacks that keep us cool and hydrated. Ice cream is one of our popular favorites and I openly admit it’s a downfall for me.
The company Yonanas was in the works for several years before it was officially established in 2010. Their mission is to provide innovative products that will help promote good health and well being. Since then, Yonanas products can be found in the US and around the world.
Yonanas is a healthy dessert maker that looks and taste just like soft serve icecream. It’s easy, fast and most of all delicious. These desserts can be made from your 100% frozen fruit that you already have at home. This is an excellent way to increase your fruit intake and still enjoy a great snack!
Please take a moment and view how it works.
So as you can see, Yonanas works like magic. You can still enjoy the taste of icecream without feeling guilty. It taste just like velvety icecream without the dairy and considering your frozen fruits are fat free makes it healthier for all!
Now let’s get to the good stuff!
Before making Yonanas, you must freeze your fruit. If your using bananas, it’s recommend that you let your bananas ripen (cheetah spotted) first. When using the cheetah bananas you will taste a sweeter fruit. Once they are ripped then peel and freeze.
Freezing does take time, so with patience your tasty treat will come. Once you have thawed your bananas which takes 15 minutes maximum time your ready to start. If you add more time to your defrosting then your fruits will appear gooey. So please keep close attention to the time.
Yonanas recommends that you insert 1/2 banana in the chute at first then repeat as desired. As you add more of bananas you slowly press down on the plunger which will help the contents push out. Of course you can use other frozen fruits like blackberries, blueberries, dark cherries, mangos, pineapples, peaches, strawberries and raspberries too. For a sweeter tooth you can even add frozen chocolate. It is recommended that you do not use nuts, fruits with pits or ice cubes.
I sampled two different fruits in my Yonanas. Of course bananas was a must! My family and I love bananas so we were excited to try it out. Yonanas took about 3 bananas to make a cup full of our desired amount. The texture was smooth and it really did taste like soft serve banana icecream. If your wondering does it retain coldness well it surely does. The condensation shows it all. It was cold and formed for thickness.
My children also love oranges so we tried that as well. I certainly feel that bananas was our best fit although we can wait to try other fruit in it. Specially pineapples and mangos.
Overall, I love how easy it was to prepare and took no time at all to make. A healthy tasty treat for all to enjoy!
The clean up was also easy . I was very surprised how all five components was easy to wash. They are also dishwasher safe.
The Yonanas maker comes with a wonderful recipe book and a easy to follow through manual.
Yonanas Healthy Dessert Maker retails for $49.99
For more information on Yonanas and to view additional recipes please visit their website.
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