The Awesome Yonanas Frozen Yogurt Maker
The Yonanas Frozen Yogurt Maker is a really cool tool to have in your kitchen. Especially for people wanting to transition their children to a better, healthier diet. Everyone loves a creamy and tasty ice-cream – that’s little kids and big kids alike, young and old! And the natural sweetness of most fruits make them ideal for the Yonanas treats.
Make your own frozen treats from frozen fruit – that you know is organic, fresh and healthy. Your end product looks, tastes and feels just like soft serve ice cream. Your kids will simply adore it – and they will eat a whole lot more healthy fruit!
Yonanas 901 Deluxe Ice Cream Treat Maker
- Yonanas instantly turns frozen fruit and other flavorings into a delicious and healthy soft-serve treat.
- The unit instantly churns the ingredients to produce a treat with the texture of frozen yogurt or soft-serve ice cream
- The chute easily accepts berries, sliced mango, or cantaloupe along with frozen banana to incorporate the fruit into a silky-smooth confection
- Deluxe model 901 Includes a recipe booklet with over 130 recipes.
- Plugs into AC 110/120v. 14″ H x 7 1/2″ W x 6″ D.
- Designed for use in United States and Canada only. Warranty does not apply elsewhere
How Does a Yonanas Machine Work?
Here is how easy it is to create delicious masterpieces with the Yonanas Frozen Yogurt maker:
First, peel ripe bananas and cut into pieces and freeze for 24 hours. Do the same with your other favorite fruits.
Remove fruit from freezer and leave for approximately 5 minutes to thaw. Turn on yonanas machine.
Insert one portion of cut banana into the chute alternating with your favorite fruit (e.g strawberries) and push down using the plunger.
Repeat the process with portions of banana and frozen fruits, nuts, chocolate and any other additions.
Collect yonanas produce in bowl.
Remove the chute assembly from the Yonanas maker base, unscrew the cone and scrape out any extra yonanas that might be there.
To clean your Yonanas Frozen Yogurt Maker, separate all of the parts in the chute assembly and clean them in soapy water or the dishwasher.
Here is a quick explanation and demonstration of the Yogurt Treat maker …
And more in depth including showing how easy it is to clean up!
You can of course set the ice-cream again in your freezer using ice block molds
or other fancy holders such as round icecube trays
Yonanas Frozen Yogurt Maker Recipes:
Well, you don’t really need a recipe because using the Yonana maker is so easy and there are really no rules. Just pop in whatever frozen fruit you have.
Limited only by your imagination (and what you have in the freezer) you can either have your soft serve fruit as-is, or add other ingredients and toppings for taste, health and appearance. Here are a few ideas …
- Mini chocolate chips
- Frozen blueberries and or raspberries
- Chocolate syrup
- Unsweetened cocoa powder
- Peanut butter
- Strawberries, any berries
- Granola for adding some crunch
- Seriously, the choices are limitless.
However, there is a great book that comes with your Yonanas Frozen Yogurt Maker, giving you 130 scrumptious recipes.
Comment from a Yonanas Machine Owner:
“I’ve Made Banana “Ice Cream” for Years, but Yonanas Makes It the Best” Mayflower Girl wrote:
I’ve been eating banana “ice cream” for over 20 years now. Usually I make it in either a normal food processor or in a Vitamix. So every time I saw the Yonanas, I would think…nah, I don’t need this. Everybody kept telling me that it gave it a different texture, so I finally decided to try it from one of the online shopping sites – as I could return it if needed. I am so glad I did! The Yonanas really does give it a better texture–more ice cream like.
It’s hard to describe, but much smoother and more emulsified (even though there’s nothing in bananas to be emulsified.) My kids and I have been enjoying it a lot–both plain and with other frozen fruits mixed in. I really really enjoy it.
Clean up is pretty easy too (you disassemble the machine by turning the main black bit counter-clockwise (OK, might be clockwise–but it’s marked on the machine. :))
Our favorite mix-ins are coconut, mini chocolate chips, and sprinkles. (My kids are young.) Another great treat is to freeze pineapple spears or chunks and use that along with the bananas. Add in some coconut and it’s like a pina colada.