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Say Yes With Yonanas

Say Yes With Yonanas

Kids love ice cream – that’s no secret. In fact, many kids would happily gobble it up for breakfast, lunch and dinner – if only their parents wouldn’t get in the way!

Now, Kiwi parents CAN let their kids have ice cream for breakfast, without any guilt The yonanas machine quickly turns frozen bananas and other frozen fruits into a variety of delicious soft-serve similar to ice cream! However, UNLIKE ice cream, a yonanas has no added sugar, additives, colours, preservatives, cholesterol or fat.

What is DOES have is a bowlful of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre – there’s If your little one suffers from allergies such as lactose intolerance, it’s awful for them to miss out on all the summer ice cream fun – but with a yonanas, they can have a A yonanas machine is easy to clean – just take apart, and throw everything in the dishwasher. The blades are gentle, and hidden away during use, so it’s even safe for your kids to make the yonanas themselves!

So, when your kiddlywinks want ice cream for breakfast next, you can say yes – yes to a delicious, creamy bowl of yonanas. It’s the healthiest, tastiest way to start or finish a warm summer’s day.

yonanas machines are perfect for the whole family, RRP $129.99. For stockists, visit

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