Frozen Banana Split Dream #Yonanas
I was asked to test drive a new machine called Yonanas and was excited to do so. I was slightly apprehensive at first in learning how the new machine worked but after looking over the directions it took me about a minute to see how this fantastic little machine works. Very few moving parts and so easy a child could use it. I was then even more excited to get this machine rolling. I quickly washed the parts and set it back up again. I had at the ready frozen fruit in the freezer to make a Frozen Banana Split Dream.
This recipe was very adult but for my daughter I just left out the Creme de Banane liqueur and she adored it. I actually just loaded the freezer with more bananas as she is very excited to come up with recipes on her own.
All you need is fresh frozen fruit to make the dreamiest of frozen treats!! So healthy, no sugar, no cream just plain old fruit to make the creamiest of desserts. I could hardly believe it.
For the Frozen Banana Split Dream I used the traditional ingredients of banana, strawberry and pineapple but the sky’s the limit on what you can create and all the different combinations to try.
So creamy you would swear there is a milk product in there but there isn’t. Completely lactose free, gluten free, and vegan. You will never throw out fruit again. Just pop it into the freezer for your Yonanas dessert maker. Now you have something beside banana bread to make with those cheetah spotted bananas. When they are over ripe like that they are perfect for frozen Yonanas. Pop them peeled into the freezer and you are on your way to your next delicious frozen creation. You can also use other fruit without bananas for a more sorbet like dessert.
Bananas are a great source of potassium as most of us know but they also provide an all natural energy from three natural sugars: sucrose, fructose and glucose. No other fruit contains more digestible carbohydrates. Bananas contain NO sodium, fat or cholesterol. Bananas are high in fiber and much of its fiber is soluble, the kind that can help lower cholesterol. A 1/2 cup of yonanas is only 100 calories. Add some more fruit, the calories may rise but so does vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper, and even protein.
Frozen Banana Split Dream #Yonanas
All the traditional flavors of a banana split, pineapple, strawberry and bananas are whirled up into a frozen dream and then topped with Creme de Banane liqueur.
- 1 frozen banana
- 1/2 cup frozen sliced strawberries
- 1/2 cup frozen diced pineapple
- 1 tsp - 1 Tbsp Creme de Banane liqueur
- Follow the instructions on the Yonanas machine, lightly mix ingredients leaving still a lot of the three ingredients separate. Place in a serving glass and top with Creme de Banane liqueur if desired. Serve immediately.
I am so excited to share with you this wonderful giveaway. We are giving away THREE Yonana’s machines to Canadian residents. The giveaway runs from 12:00am July 15 until August 4th at 12:00am. There are lot of ways to enter but the coolest is to come up with your own Yonana’s recipe. The top recipes will be featured on Yonanas social media accounts. Have fun with this, be creative and GOOD LUCK everyone!!
Three random winners will be chosen and contacted by email. The winners have 48 hours to answer of a new winner will be selected.
Comments & Reviews
naiddia p says
I would try banana mango strawberry combination.
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I think we all need a Yonanas, I love this and I love this recipe.
Bintu | Recipes From A Pantry says
My gosh I need a yonanas in my life. Great recipe.
Nancy T says
We would try banana mango first! Yummy!!!
I would try the apple pie yonanas recipe.
Oh my gosh. This little machine looks awesome. I think I would try a mango/peach! Yum
what a nifty gadget. Chocolate and Peanut butter!!
Lushka Smith says
I think would try out a Banana ice cream. Yum!
Adam J. Holland says
This looks too good to be true. But, alas, it’s true! What a beautiful creamy creation! Do you know that strawberries and bananas go together like chocolate and orange (hint hint) or peanut butter and jelly (another hint)? Wonderful stuff, Tara!
Love it- mango raspberry or banana Oreo. Yum
Oh wow- can’t wait to try this.
I’d make banana chai ice cream!
I would make mango ice cream
Carrie @Frugal Foodie Mama says
What a cool little kitchen gadget (pun intended)! 😉 Love that you can make healthy, frosty treats with it. Now I just wish that I lived in Canada so I could enter, lol.
Banana & raspberry!
I would do bananas, almond butter and chocolate soy milk.
I’d like to try a banana cherry blend. YUM.
Yonanas looks great – I would make something tropical with bananas and pineapple.
fify dessen says
awesome banana split! sounds delicious :9
Tara Noland says
Thanks so much, I loved this.