This post is sponsored by Yonanas. I received compensation in exchange for this post, though as always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own, and I only work with brands that I would use in my own kitchen
I am a huge fan of sorbet, so when Yonanas offered to send one one of their machines to test out and share on Cooking With Jax, I was really excited at the idea of all the different kinds of frozen fruit treats I could make.
When the machine arrived, Marc's niece was visiting and we posted our adventures on Instagram. We used straight up frozen mangoes with a splash of vanilla stirred in afterwards. It. was. amazing. Both of us agreed that it was a much creamier texture than if we were to have used a blender, or even a food processor.
What I liked the most about it was that we could have a sweet treat without any added ingredients like processed sugars. Marc's niece, who is lactose intolerant, could enjoy a creamy, frozen dessert without worrying about dairy. Even if you're not a fan of bananas, pretty much any variety of fruit will work with the machine.
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The machine itself was easy to use, clean, and relatively small to store - I would definitely recommend Yonanas as a great way to make an inexpensive, easy, and healthy allergen friendly treat!