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Friday, June 17, 2016

Yonanas Banana Strawberry and Mango Ice Cream

Some of you may know...I own and manage another successful lifestyle blog called The Classy Chics and review a lot of products on that blog. Matter of fact, we discuss and feature a lot of recipes, crafts, beauty tips, home decor, health & wellness and all sorts of different topics & features.

Back on May 31st, I had the opportunity to review the Yonanas Ice Cream Maker which utilizes frozen fruit to make soft-server ice cream. You can use any type of frozen fruit that you would like and within minutes...you have a fruity cold treat to enjoy! You can check out my review and grab an additional recipe by reading my Yonanas Ice Cream Maker post.

Today...I'm featuring another recipe for all of you here on the Shakin 'N Bakin Foodie Blog.

Yonanas Banana Strawberry and Mango Ice Cream

2 frozen bananas
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
1/2 cup frozen mango chunks

Let your frozen fruits sit out at room temperature for 10 -15 minutes. Insert 1 banana into the Yonanas Ice Cream Maker, then your frozen strawberries, then 1/2 of another frozen banana, then the frozen mango chunks and finish it all up with the last 1/2 of banana. Once it's all in your bowl...stir it up together to blend all of the flavors.

If you like the consistency of soft-serve ice cream...enjoy it immediately. If you like your ice cream a little firmer, cover the bowl and place into the freezer for 30 minutes. I like to make up medium to large batches at one time and just freeze them for later use. This way my family can get in and grab what they want...when they want it! Enjoy!

Disclosure: Shelly received a complimentary Yonanas Ice Cream Maker to review and feature on her other blog. No monetary compensation was received.

1 comment:

jopb said...

I love the consistency of soft serve ice cream. I think that this is a wonderful way to enjoy what seems to be ice cream , but is actually fruit and has no fat or extra sugar in it.