Kids Go Bananas For A Cool Way To Eat More Fruit
North American Precis Syndicate
Families are enthusing over a DIY "nice cream" maker with a nutritious twist. (NAPS)
(NAPSI)—Many parents are encouraging their kids to play with their
food; that is, to enjoy creating their own treats with a kid-friendly
appliance that can turn just about any frozen food into a swirl of “nice
How It Works
You can use frozen fruit alone; no water or milk is necessary. Or you can
get creative and make a s’mores
Yonanas with frozen bananas, graham crackers and
frozen chocolate. So many recipes to enjoy! Just put the food down the chute,
hit a button and watch it all slide out the other side. With s’mores, you’ll want to add the marshmallows
at the end.
Mix bright and colorful fruits for a unicorn swirl, add favorite mix-ins
and flavors such as chocolate, cookie crumbles, mints, granola or syrup, and
then pour on the sprinkles.
It’s a great way for kids of all ages to spend quality time together
creating and enjoying! And while your family is having fun turning out these
delicious treats, you can learn how to be conscious of what you put into your
Why Try This Treat
It’s summer; we all crave cooler treats. Why not look good and feel
good choosing the healthier option for you and your family? Plus, it’s
a fun thing to make! Chill with a bowl of nice cream from your Yonanas while boosting your intake of fruits and
When it comes to bananas, the original influence for Yonanas,
it’s a healthy choice for everyone, and this device will turn your
overripe bananas into a delicious and creamy treat that looks and tastes like
soft-serve ice cream. Freeze ‘em and use ‘em.
Bananas are available year-round in their own environmentally friendly
packaging. Bananas are high in potassium, a mineral that helps build muscles,
maintain brain function and synthesize protein, and have no sodium, fat or
cholesterol. Bananas are high in fiber and much of it is the kind that can
help lower cholesterol.
The cool concoction can be a great natural source of vitamin A, vitamin C,
calcium, iron, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic
acid, vitamin B6, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper and even
protein. When you add in other fruits and nuts like raspberries,
strawberries, blueberries, peanuts and almonds to the base of bananas, you
add more nutrition, including vitamin C, vitamin K, magnesium, folate, iron, calcium, protein, manganese, potassium and
dietary fiber, and loads of antioxidants.
Called Yonanas, the desserts from this machine
have only 0 to 1 points for Weight Watchers and it slashes the calories,
sodium, fat and cholesterol out of ice cream. Use fruit that’s about to
go bad, rather than throwing it out! It’s more cost efficient and sized
to sit neatly on the kitchen counter.
The Yonanas Maker is available at Yonanas.com,
Amazon.com, Bed Bath & Beyond and other retailers for $39.99. For further
facts, tips and recipes and to see the machine in action, visit www.yonanas.com.
“Families are enthusing over a DIY
“nice cream” maker with a nutritious twist. You just put bananas,
frozen fruit and other favorite ingredients in the Yonanas
machine, hit a button and watch the nutritious, delicious treat slide out the
other side. http://bit.ly/2ytIJtr”
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