Ice Cream Recipe For Ninja

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Ice Cream Recipe For Ninja

Yonanas turns frozen fruit and other flavorings into a delicious, healthful soft-serve treat. The unit combines frozen bananas and any further and added fruit or chocolate and instantaneously churns the ingredients to give rise to a treat with the texture of frozen yogurt or soft-serve ice cream, but without the further and added fat, sugar, or preservatives. The chute without apparent effort accepts berries, sliced mango, or cantaloupe along with frozen banana, and the integrated spinning blade mashes and incorporates the fruit into a silky-smooth confection with the texture of soft-serve ice cream or yogurt. The chute, plunger, and blade are dishwasher safe. Deluxe model 901 Includes a dessert storage container, four popsicle molds, and recipe booklet.

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #1326 in Kitchen & Housewares
  • Size: Deluxe
  • Color: Silver/Black
  • Brand: Healthy Foods LLC
  • Model: 901
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 14.00″ h x 6.13″ w x 7.50″ l, 1.40 pounds
  • Yonanas instantaneously turns frozen fruit and other flavorings into a delicious and healthful soft-serve treat.
  • The unit instantaneously churns the ingredients to give rise to a treat with the texture of frozen yogurt or soft-serve ice cream
  • The chute effortlessly accepts berries, sliced mango, or cantaloupe along with frozen banana to incorporate the fruit into a silky-smooth confection
  • Deluxe model 901 Includes a dessert storage container, four popsicle molds, and recipe booklet. Plugs into AC. 14″ H x 7 1/2″ W x 6″ D.
  • The chute, plunger, and blade are dishwasher safe
Ice Cream Recipe For Ninja

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140 of 140 people found the following review helpful.
5Wow – loving the “ice cream” without the guilt
By C. Bailey
Well first – if you don’t like bananas then this might not be for you, as it seems all the recipes require at least some frozen bananas in order to give you the creamy texture. I tried to use just frozen strawberries and it came out more like chopped ice then cream – but you might like that. I have tried it with bananas and strawberries, mixed berries, peaches and mango and they are all wonderful!! Very creamy with great fruit taste!! A typical bowl will be 1 medium banana with 4 oz of frozen strawberries – that gives you a full bowl of frozen treat. Kids love it too … especially the banana mango. You can buy almost any kind of frozen fruit at the store now for 1/2 the cost of ice cream oz for oz. Some folks talk about how you can do the same thing with a fork or a hand mixer, but I tried it and it is so much easier with the Yonanas maker – I burned out a hand mixer trying – wife almost killed me. Clean up is a breeze – the thing comes apart and breaks down to four pieces that are real easy to clean. The cutting head seems very well build of hard plastic and stainless steel. The motor, housing and drive head seem well built and powerful. The only part that seems that it might be a problem is the silicon gasket, just need to be careful and if it tears they sell replacements via their customer support – haven’t had any problem just need to be easy with it as you are taking it apart and storing it. As a bonus you can use the brown bananas as they give the best flavor – no waste (how much banana bread can one actually make?) I believe this was money well spent!!

71 of 71 people found the following review helpful.
5I’ve Made Banana “Ice Cream” for Years, but Yonanas Makes It the Best
By Mayflower Girl
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.

To see if you even like banana ice cream, peel two spotted bananas (like for banana bread) and put them in a ziploc baggie in the freezer. The next day, take them out and either put them in your Cuisinart or blender. You might need to add 1-2 Tablespoons of milk (although the Yonanas does not need this). Blend until a paste. It also makes a great food for teething babies. No sugar, just bananas–but nice and cold.

41 of 42 people found the following review helpful.
5Great Product!
By epocnj
We have always enjoyed the banana whip at the Bashful Banana on the OC Boardwalk but couldn’t bring ourselves to purchase the big machine that they use- just too much money and too big for our kitchen. This is great. It makes a great banana whip and is very easy to clean- a very reasonable price. Fantastic!!
And on top of that I was able to order it through the TALK, Inc link to Amazon.com so they donate to a very worthy school for Autistic children. Thanks Amazon!!

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