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23 Easy Yonanas Recipes To Go Bananas For

 The whole family will go bananas for these Yonanas recipes! 

For those unfamiliar with this magical machine, Yonanas is a kitchen appliance. It transforms frozen bananas into an ice cream-like dessert. 

23 Easy Yonanas Recipes To Go Bananas For featuring Homemade Berry Granita with Raspberry, Blueberries and Mint
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Best Yonanas Recipes

Yes, you read that correctly- healthy ice cream! 

And who doesn’t love indulging in a guilt-free sweet treat? 

But if you thought Yonanas was limited to just plain ole banana flavors, think again! 

 I’ll share 23 of the tastiest and most creative Yonanas recipes. 

So grab your spoons and dive into a world of fruity goodness!

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream

This icy treat will have your taste buds dancing with joy. (It’s peanut butter and chocolate- you know it’s good!)

You will experience a trifecta of deliciousness- rich chocolate, nutty peanut butter, and sweet banana. Plus, it is seriously creamy. 

And it is a healthier option for any ice cream lover. It contains natural ingredients and no added sugar. So, you get the best of both worlds!

2. Frozen Grape Sorbet

You will feel refreshed and satisfied with every spoonful of this sorbet. And you only need one ingredient: frozen grapes. 

This is probably the easiest dessert you will ever make. 

So, kick back and enjoy this sorbet as a guilt-free dessert. It’s perfect for a hot day or as a light treat after a hearty meal?

Add in some fresh lemon juice to balance out the sweetness from the grapes.

3. Gingersnap Ice Cream Pumpkin Pie 

Every bite of this delicious ice cream pie tastes like fall. It is a no-bake pie filled with homemade banana-and-pumpkin “nice” cream. 

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The creamy pumpkin pie filling gets a little sass from the ginger snap crust. This creates a perfect balance of sweet and spicy. 

Who knew that pumpkin pie could be healthy?! Because even the crust features with whole, nutritious ingredients. 

Serve up a slice of this bad boy with whipped cream.

4. Dole Whip 

Want to try Dole Whip but can’t get to Disney? Then, you must make this 2-ingredient copycat recipe! 

This recipe might be simple, but that does not mean it skimps on flavor. It is sweet and tangy and totally satisfying. 

You only need bananas and pineapple juice. Run the bananas through the Yonanas machine until they are like soft serve. 

Then, add cold pineapple juice to the bananas and mix. The result is a mouthwatering dessert that’s hard to stop eating!

5. Orange Turmeric Coconut Nice-Cream 

Call the bomb squad because this nice-cream explodes with flavor! 

Every spoonful bursts with zesty orange, spicy turmeric, and tropical coconut. Plus, this stuff is so creamy. 

It is a truly unforgettable dessert experience. 

One serving is never enough. So, make a big batch to share with friends and family.

6. S’mores Dairy-Free Ice Cream

This fabulous flavor combination will make your taste buds dance with joy. 

It has rich chocolate, gooey toasted marshmallows, and crunchy graham cracker pieces. Basically, this is everything you want in a dairy-free ice cream.

Serve it in a cone or a bowl. This ice cream is perfect for any occasion. 

7. Pink Lemon Banana Ice Cream

This pretty-in-pink lemon banana ice cream is as delicious as it is beautiful. 

Featuring pink dragon fruit, fresh lemons, and bananas- you cannot resist this. 

The zesty lemon and dragon fruit flavors dance on your taste buds. And creamy bananas create the perfect texture. Plus, they tame the tartness.

Dragon fruit can be hard to find. But this recipe uses a pre-made smoothie pack. However, if you can’t find that, no worries.

Try substituting your favorite frozen berries instead. Or switch it up because it sounds good to you!

8. Ice Cream Pie (Banana Pecan)

Pecan pie is NOT known for being healthy. Or vegan. Or refined-sugar-free. 

But this ice cream banana pecan pie checks all of those boxes! Oh, and it tastes fantastic. 

Its sweet, fruity, and nutty tastes will dance along your tongue. Plus, the cold and creamy texture is irresistible.

Everything together is magical. 

But the best part about this recipe is that it is a no-bake!

9. The Healthiest Ice Cream Ever

The creamy banana and tart berries in this recipe complement each other beautifully. 

And it contains crunchy bites of shredded coconut and almonds. These add a delightful textural contrast. 

The flavors are so perfectly balanced- you won’t be able to resist a second serving! 

Feeling adventurous? Try serving this sorbet with a sprinkling of lime zest for an extra zing. 

10. Banana-Berry Swirl Soft Serve

Berries and bananas are always good together. But this might be their best combo to date. 

Frozen strawberries, blueberries, and bananas blend to make the healthy soft serve of your dreams.

Serve as a refreshing summer treat or a guilt-free dessert. I love it for satisfying my late-night cravings. 

11. Mixed Berry Sorbet 

Most sorbet at the store is FULL of refined sugar. So, it tastes good, but it’s not a light treat. You might as well go for regular ice cream. 

This mixed berry sorbet, however, is delicious and nutritious. The only ingredient is frozen berries. (And no bananas!)

You can use a mix of your favorite berries. But this recipe uses strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. 

Serve it up in a fancy dish for a dinner party. Or enjoy it while binge-watching your favorite show. 

And for all the lactose-intolerant folks, this sorbet is a great substitute for ice cream.

12. Frozen Banana Split Dream 

Friends, this is not your average banana split. And not just because it contains no ice cream. 

Instead, this is a boozy, frozen cocktail featuring delicious banana split flavors- sans the chocolate. And it is SO YUMMY. 

It features frozen bananas, strawberries, and pineapples. Very tropical. Run them through the Yonanas machine to make a sorbet of sorts. 

Then, serve it in a cocktail glass and top it with Creme de Banane liqueur. (Of course, you could always add a drizzle of chocolate sauce.)

13. Pumpkin Spice Banana Ice Cream With Cinnamon-Spiced Pecans And Pepitas

Do you love all things pumpkin spice? You will love this fabulous recipe, too! It is the epitome of fall flavors. 

You make the ice cream with bananas, pumpkin puree, maple syrup, and pumpkin spice (duh!). Sounds good, right?

It gets better. The sweet, buttery, cinnamon-spiced pecans and pepitas (pumpkin seeds) take it over the edge. They are so crunchy and fragrant. 

Who thought ice cream could be so healthy yet so absolutely delicious?

14. No Sugar Added Tropical Sorbet

This refreshing dessert is perfect for any occasion. It is not out of place at a summer BBQ. But I love it year-round as an after-dinner treat. 

Juicy mango, sweet strawberries, and tangy pineapple are a heavenly trio. Each bite will whisk your taste buds away to paradise.   

Plus, it is a healthy sorbet you can feel good about serving to your family. 

Serve it in a fancy glass with a sprig of mint for added flair.

15. PB&J Swirl

Peanut butter and jelly in ice cream?! Sign me up. Oh, and it’s healthy?

Heck yes! 

The sweet and nutty PB&J Swirl contains bananas, raspberries, and a smidge of peanut butter. Top it with fresh banana slices and raspberries.

Ooh, and a drizzle of natural peanut butter. #yum

One serving of this delightful treat packs a punch of nutritious vitamins and minerals. It is perfect for any health-conscious foodie. 

But don’t just take my word for it. Try it out yourself, and it will not disappoint!

16. Watermelon Mint Nice Cream

This is like a day at the spa for your mouth. 

The combination of juicy watermelon and refreshing mint is a match made in dessert heaven. Banana and almond milk add creaminess.

But they don’t detract from the taste of the watermelon. Or the mint. 

Serve it up in a coconut bowl. Or try substituting the watermelon for other fruits like kiwi or pineapple. 

17. Healthy Cookies & Cream Frozen Dessert

Okay, so this is not totally healthy- it contains Oreos. But it is healthier. And that is a win in my book. 

You only need bananas and Oreos to make this yummy frozen dessert. The result is a surprisingly light cookies and cream “ice cream.”

18. Pineapple Sorbet with Lime Mint White Balsamic Reduction Syrup

If you only try one recipe on this list, try this one. Not only is it delicious, but it’s elegant. 

I guarantee this will impress your friends and family.

Start by making the lime mint white balsamic syrup. It is sweet and tangy, with a fantastic bite of acid. The mint adds so much freshness. 

Then, you make pineapple sorbet. Sweet, light, tart- you can’t go wrong. And when you add the white balsamic reduction syrup to the mix? 

A symphony of flavors will play in your mouth. 

19. Dairy-Free Gingerbread Ice Cream

Each scoop of this gingerbread ice cream exudes warmth and sweetness. 

The combination of rich molasses and piquant spices (cinnamon, ginger, cloves) is so delicious. It tastes like gingerbread!

And although this treat is vegan, it is so creamy- you won’t miss the dairy. Finish it with gingersnap crumbles for the perfect bite.  

20. Strawberry Orange Sorbet 

Strawberry orange sorbet looks and tastes like a sunset in a cup. But the best part? You only need three ingredients to make this healthy sorbet. 

It is fresh, fruity, and just the right amount of tart!

21. Tropical Mango Yonanas

Ah, the tropical mango Yonanas! 

This delightful treat takes your taste buds to a faraway island paradise. The sweetness of mangoes works so well with bananas. 

And texture-wise, this tropical treat is fantastic. It is light as a cloud. But despite its lightness, this delicious “nice” cream is so indulgent.

22. Paleo Shamrock Shake

No need to wait until March to get your Shamrock Shake! You can make this healthy version right at home. 

Bananas, avocado, and coconut milk make the ultra-creamy base of this Paleo milkshake. And if avocado in your shake sounds crazy, trust me- it works! 

Fresh mint leaves, peppermint extract, and vanilla provide the flavor. It gets its green color from the avocado and the mint. 

23. Skinny Strawberry Margarita

You can never go wrong with a margarita! 

And now, thanks to Yonanas, you can have a margarita and dessert all in one! It bursts with delectable strawberry flavor in each sip. 

Do you want to skip the booze? You can substitute the tequila with some lime sparkling water- still delicious. 

23 Easy Yonanas Recipes To Go Bananas For

Got a bunch of bananas? Try these Yonanas recipes! From Dole Whip to berry sorbet, you can’t go wrong with Nice cream. It’s my favorite way to use up bananas!


  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream

  • Gingersnap Ice Cream Pumpkin Pie

  • Dole Whip

  • Orange Turmeric Coconut Nice-Cream

  • S’mores Dairy-Free Ice Cream

  • Pink Lemon Banana Ice Cream

  • Ice Cream Pie (Banana Pecan)

  • The Healthiest Ice Cream Ever

  • Banana-Berry Swirl Soft Serve

  • Mixed Berry Sorbet

  • Frozen Banana Split Dream

  • Pumpkin Spice Banana Ice Cream With Cinnamon-Spiced Pecans And Pepitas

  • No Sugar Added Tropical Sorbet

  • PB&J Swirl

  • Watermelon Mint Nice Cream

  • Healthy Cookies & Cream Frozen Dessert

  • Pineapple Sorbet with Lime Mint White Balsamic Reduction Syrup

  • Dairy-Free Gingerbread Ice Cream

  • Strawberry Orange Sorbet

  • Tropical Mango Yonanas

  • Skinny Strawberry Margarita


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Kim - InsanelyGood
Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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