People tend to think I’m kidding when I say that I’m addicted to frozen yogurt. It’s not a joke. I figured out that I have been eating 20+ lbs a month and spending somewhere between $120-$150 dollars. You don’t have to tell me how repulsipressed (tm) you are. So I picked up a Yonanas machine to see if it might help with my problem. New problem – I can’t stop playing with it.Listen, I was skeptical too. I’m not the type to pick up gimmicky as seen on TV products, but Yonanas has exceeded my expectations. So far it has taken all types of frozen fruit and turned them into a creamier soft-serve consistency than I would ever get with a blender. Click here to see the action.Peaches with cinnamon
However, it isn’t perfect. The machine is loud enough to double as a desk-top wood chopper, and a good amount of the frozen yield tends to stick to the inner compartment. Still, that’s an easy scoop into the bowl, and clean up take all of 30 seconds. Ever clean a frozen yogurt machine? You don’t want to.
A few tips if you plan on picking one up – and I recommend that you do.
-Use very ripe bananas.
-let the frozen fruit sit out for a few minutes
-careful about stains when using berries
For the calorie conscious crowd Yonanas will be even more appealing. Values will vary by fruit, but consider this:
10 oz of my frozen peach Yonana dessert = 100 calories (Ingredients: just peaches)
10 oz of peach frozen yogurt at yogurt-land = 300 calories. (based on 83g serving size)