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P1130432I’ve been looking for a healthy alternative to sugary snacks and desserts for my family.  I was up late watching t.v. one night and I saw a product that caught my eye- Yonanas.  Yonanas is a machine that makes healthy, frozen treats that look and taste like soft serve ice cream in minutes.  Instead of sugar, cream, and other ingredients that are high in fat and sugar, Yonanas is made with nothing but frozen bananas and other frozen fruits.  Yes, I said bananas and other fruits.  I had to try this amazing machine for myself and it didn’t disappoint.
The machine is easy to use, only has a few parts, and therefore is also easy to clean.  You start off with frozen bananas.  What’s great is that the bananas need to be spotted brown and not yellow, green, or black.  Now I don’t have to worry about not eating all the bananas in my house fast enough.   When I only buy a banana or two, my kids end up wanted more.  But if I buy more, then they somehow decide they don’t feel like eating bananas that week and they start to turn brown.  Once those bananas get spotted brown, they are perfect for freezing for Yonanas so I am not wasting any more bananas.  I have a baggie in my freezer that is where we keep our frozen bananas.  When we are ready to make Yonanas we simply take a few out to defrost for about 10 minutes per the directions and we’re ready to go!

P1130512The machine is so simple (only has 1 button) that my children can use it (with supervision, of course).
Put a bowl in front of the machine, turn the machine on, and put a banana in the chute on top.
Use the plunger to push the banana down through the machine.
Next do the same with whatever other fruit or mix in you are using.  Follow with another banana, more fruit, etc. until you make as much as you want.  Stir it all together and that’s it!
P1130831 It’s the bananas that make it so creamy and like ice cream.  Don’t like bananas?  You can also use the machine to make sorbet with other frozen fruits.  Making sorbet with the Yonanas machine is just as delicious!
yonanasThere are so many options with Yonanas.  It includes a recipe book with lots of great ideas of combinations.  Below you can see 3 of the many combinations that we tried.  On top we made Yonanas with Nilla Wafers and bananas, on the bottom right we made Yonanas with Oreos and bananas, and on the bottom left we made Yonanas with mixed berries and bananas.  They were all delicious but when we mixed the Nilla Wafters version with the mixed berry version it was like eating a berry pie.  SO YUMMY!!!
P1130561I love that my children are eating lots more fruit now and we haven’t had any sugary ice cream since we started using the Yonanas.  If you are on Weight Watchers and only use fruit, your Yonanas creations will have ZERO POINTS!!!  Eat as much as you want!!!
yonanas2Yonanas is dishwasher safe but we’ve been using our daily so I have been hand washing it.  There are only a few parts to clean so cleanup is quick and easy.

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Disclosure: I was not compensated for performing this review. I received one or more products mentioned for free to conduct my review. The statements expressed by me in this post are my own personal and honest opinions of this product.



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  1. i want to try the grasshopper pie combination because i love mint chocolate chip ice cream

  2. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d like to try peanut butter and bananas!

  3. Darlene Owen says:

    I would like the Berry Chocolate Zin

  4. Maryann D. says:

    I would loved to try the combo: 2 Bananas, 2 Pineapple rings, 1 cup of mixed berries, half a mango, half a peach for the tropical squeeze yonanas

  5. Susan Broughton says:

    I would go with a tropical mix of Peach Pineapple yonanas with apple maple yonanas

  6. Andrea v says:

    Cherry chocolate sounds good

  7. Cheryl Abdelnour says:

    I WOULD MAKE THE Yonanas Berry Cream Pie.

  8. I would like to try the Strawberry Pineapple Sorbet recipe

  9. Andrea Williams says:

    Blackberry Vanilla Bean

  10. Lesley Hession says:

    I would love the tropical squeeze combination!

  11. Debby Chandler says:

    I would make the cherry chocolate – two of my favorite things.

  12. I would love to try the strawberry cream Yonanas. With me having gestational diabetes and my toddler having a nut allergy this would be a nice replacement to the ice cream we can’t eat.

  13. Hollie Jahnke says:

    The strawberry pineapple sorbet sounds really good!

  14. I am a classic with chocolate and banana.

  15. heather c says:

    ill go with chocolate with bananas..kids will like p.butter and bananas..

  16. Cherry Chocolate- YUM

  17. Jill W. says:

    Banana,chocolate and peanut butter would be something I’d like to try!

  18. I think I would try some bananas, strawberries, pineapple and then just a little chocolate for a Banana Split!

  19. Michelle Stice says:

    Chocolate Cherry would be awesome….also Mixed Berry / Banana combo would be great !

  20. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    The strawberry pineapple sorbet sound delish!

  21. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I would love to try the Strawberry Pineapple Sorbet recipe!

  22. Sherry Freeman says:

    Grasshopper Pie sounds good 🙂

  23. I would like to try tiramasu yonanas!

  24. elizabeth miller says:

    I woyuld love to try the blackberry vanilla bean!!!

  25. I want to try their grasshopper variety, which is bananas and mint.

  26. I’d like to try the mixed berry sorbet

  27. I’ve wanted one of these forever! I’d love to try strawberry pineapple sorbet.

  28. Karen D says:

    I’d like to try the recipe for pumpkin pie yonanas

  29. jennifer bowen says:

    I like to try the grasshopper

  30. Dianne G. says:

    I would make the strawberry pineapple sorbet.

  31. Bonnie M. says:

    I would definitely like to try the Tropical Squeeze combo, sounds very refreshing 🙂

  32. Brian Smith says:

    Tiramisu Yonanas sounds like a must make!

  33. The strawberry pineapple sorbet sounds great!

  34. Strawberry Pineapple sorbet sounds yummy

  35. Amy Baker says:

    I’d try the pumpkin pie….sounds awesome, but I love bananas so plain banana sounds great to me!

  36. Dorothy Teel says:

    I want to try Berry Chocolate Zin. sounds yummy to me..

  37. stacy w says:

    i would try the strawberry pineapple sorbet. non dairy is KING in our house!

  38. Amanda Rauch says:

    I would love them all, but the one that sounds really good right now is the Grasshopper Pie!! Yum-o!

  39. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I would like bananas and strawberries.

  40. Jane (EJ) says:

    I would first try the tropical combination. Our family we surely enjoy

  41. Carla D. says:

    I would like to try the Strawberry Yonanas recipe first.

  42. amy rouse says:

    I’d make blueberry banana

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