Thank you yonanas!~ Mike O
I enjoy shoving all my fruit through this monster! It tastes good and makes me feel good because I know that I'm eating super-duper healthy in ice-cream-like form. It's so good that it kind of feels criminal.~ Mary Grace Ann
Ok this is amazing. I used bagged frozen fruit and it is so creamy and yummy. Tastes similar to ice cream. I added frozen chocolate chips to strawberries/banana mix this morning. Sooooo very good! I'm going to get some for family Christmas presents.~ DocAmy
Received as a Christmas gift and may family is totally loving it! My son loves ice cream so this is a great alternative for a healthy snack.~ JJO-Love
I received a Yonana for Christmas and really enjoy it...I bought this one for my mom. Very healthy alternative for frozen dairy desserts...easy cleanup…excellent way to use your over-ripe fruit.~ J. Cameron
Our daughter asked me to give her a Yonana for Christmas a year ago and she raved about it. We purchased this one and have enjoyed it tremendously. Using frozen bananas as the base, you are limited only by your imagination as to the results. I like the fact that it uses fruit - it is much healthier than the sugar and cream base for ice cream and it is just as yummy. It is noisy - perhaps a bit louder than a blender - but worth it. Well packaged and shipped quickly.~ Stephanie H
We love this! We make what we call frozen smoothies with it by putting the bananas through and then other types of fruit like strawberries to make a wonderful dessert. I have added candied nuts, dried fruits and chocolate chips to it as an added bonus. We also made “ice cream sandwiches” using the pureed fruit by using lace cookies putting the puree in-between them and put them in the freezer for a couple hours.
I can’t say the pureed fruit tastes like ice cream but I can say it is wonderful and clean-up is a breeze; much easier than using my blender. I haven’t had any issues with the machine to this point. The machine came with a booklet with some starter recipes in it and I also purchased a separate booklet.
Used for the first time about 20 minutes ago. I let the fruit sit out for like 2-3 minutes then started to put it in. After making it I just opened it all up, because as with anything that has blades, things get stuck. I just used a spoon, scooped the bit into my bowl from the blades and from the ‘washers’… then just rinsed under warm water, no mess at all, much easier than a blender IMO. Don’t expect 10000% creamy goodness, but it is more like 90% creamy… get it if that is what you want, an easy, tasty, cool way to eat fruit… otherwise go spend $200+ on something else.~ Bradley R.