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Updated on January 30, 2013

Yonanas Sorbet Maker

The Yonanas Sorbet Maker is really something that I had never seen before. I look at this and say to myself, why didn't I think of that. This is a sorbet/frozen treat maker that uses nothing but fruit. The overall concept of it is so cool. The first time that I saw it I was watching Doctor Oz and he was demonstrating how you can make healthy sorbet at home.

So how does it work? First you take a bananas that you had frozen and some frozen fruit. Next you insert them into this juicer looking machine. Finally you push it through with this tool and out pops sorbet.

I am a pretty healthy person as it is. There is just nothing more refreshing than eating a frozen sorbet and feeling good and refreshed afterwards. The Yonanas Sorbet Maker is truly an amazing machine they have developed.

I love this machine I would recommend it to anyone looking for a healthy choice. Even if you are not looking to go healthy this is still an awesome appliance. It cleans up easy, does not take much more than two minutes to use, and produces some of the best tasting sorbet you will ever have. Please read my full review of the Yonanas Sorbet Maker below for more information.

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Yonanas Sorbet Maker Review

Yonanas is a healthy way to get tasty treats

The Yonanas Sorbet Maker has a lot to offer. From great tasting sorbet to healthier living, this machine will do it all. I love my Yonanas Sorbet Maker. I use it almost everyday. I have a few things I do differently than what it says which I will explain below.

Overview

The Yonanas Sorbet Maker is a machine that was designed to take the flavor of bananas and incorporate them with other fruit to make a tasty treat with any added sugar, fat, or preservatives. The consistency is similar to a sorbet only it takes A matter of seconds to make. To use this machine you simply freeze a bananas and some fruit. Right before you use it thaw your fruit for about 30 minutes. Next you feed it into the machine and you're done. Its that simple.

The Good

The Yonanas Sorbet Maker was made for people who need it the most. People who are finding it hard to eat healthy. The fact that you do not need to add sugar (Although I add about a tablespoon of sugar for that added taste), eggs, or preservatives and get this wonderful tasting product is amazing. I am a fruit lover of all kinds. The grocery store sells bags of frozen fruit. What I do differently than what they say is sometimes I might leave the bananas out and just use fruit. The bananas add a lot of sweetness to it though so to compensate I will add about a tablespoon of sugar to about two cups of fruit which is still not bad at all.

The Bad

The Yonanas Sorbet Maker is a great machine. However there are a few flaws. As stated earlier I do add about a tablespoon of sugar to my mix as the flavor with not sugar to me is not there. I am a trained pastry chef so my taste buds can really pick out things that most people can not. Just make sure you thaw your fruit long enough. It should not feel hard when you go to use it. Just thaw it until you can squeeze it slightly.

Final Verdict

I love my Yonanas Sorbet Maker and you will love yours too. The amount of thought that the maker of this put into it was amazing to me. This is the first true healthy sorbet maker as most sorbet is loaded with sugar. I promise you will not be disappointed. If you have any questions at all please just leave me a comment and I will respond as quickly as I can.


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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      The two minute,limit of use,to cool off,doesn't go well for an eight guest table.

      Sorry but you will have to wait your turn,till the machine cools down.

      Its no wonder that,during the demo,no less than eight machines were used.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      It looked easy to use and clean. The reason all that banana was left in the unit was probably because you thawed the fruit out too much. It is supposed to be FROZEN fruit. Yes, you will have to thaw it somewhat or the hard fruit would probably break the unit. I would like to see you do it again the correct way and see if the finished product was more like sorbet. (It's not supposed to be ice cream it's called a Sorbet Machine after all! And yes there is a difference) :)

      I do like the helpful hint of buying it in Target (which I did not realize it was available at) to save on shipping etc. And yes, who needs the free gifts which are probably junk anyway.

      I hope if you find the perfect consistency between frozen and thawed that the sorbet comes out a bit more firm which will make it more like what you are going for. Also you don't have to just use bananas and strawberries. You can use any kind of fruit - mango, peach, pineapple, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries etc. All in all I think I like it and will probably try it :)

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