Dole Yonanas – Homemade 100% Natural Frozen Desserts

27 August 2012, Singapore – Have overripe fruits in your fridge, and find it a waste to throw them away? Dole’s Yonanas maker blends the goodness from these overripe, sweet & juicy fruits into delicious frozen “ice creams” without the need of extra ingredients while keeping all that natural goodness of the fruits.

With a Yonanas maker, it is easy to make delicious and creamy frozen desserts in a few simple steps:

  • Peel or skin the overripe fruits, dice or slice them to a size that will fit into the Yonanas chute
  • Freeze fruits in the freezer for 24 hours
  • Turn on the Yonanas, place fruits into the chute (If you are using more than one type of fruits, place them in alternate order)
  • TADAA!!! The frozen dessert will ooze out from the bottom of the chute and it’s ready to be served
Cleaning is so easy, just remove the Yonanas chute unit from the maker, unscrew the parts in the chute unit and clean them in soapy water or a dishwasher.

 

Dole's Yonanas - homemade frozen desserts in a few simple steps
Dole’s Yonanas – homemade frozen Oreo Banana ice cream in a few simple steps

 

What fruits works best with Yonanas maker? My personal preference will be BANANAS, it gives that creamy texture that is similar to an ice cream. So if you are lactose intolerant, you can make your own milk-free Banana Chocolate ice cream with Yonanas maker. There is no perfect fruit for the Yonanas maker. Be creative, it’s fun for you to experiment and find the recipe that suits your palate. Or even get your kids involved in making their own frozen desserts.

Yonanas will be handing out samples and demonstrating some fun recipes from 27 to 29 August 2012 at Chevron House. The Yonanas maker is now available at selected Best Denki stores, selected NTUC FairPrice outlets, as well as SunMoon stores island-wide at S$118.

Dole's Yonanas
Dole’s Yonanas

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