Yonanas?

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  1. Bella the Ball 360

    Bella the Ball 360 Keyboarding is not my thing excuse typos.<br><font

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    Anyone have one of these machines? I just got mine a few days ago from qvc and I LOVE IT!! IF you are unfamiliar with it, it is a machine that makes sobet and "soft serve" with fruit and bananas. It is delicious and no added sugar is needed. If you are on WW one serving is 0 pts. I made one with just pineapple and it is very much like the Dole Whip at WDW.
     
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  3. walkdmc

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    What have you made so far?

    I just bought one at Wegmans and look forward to trying it out. I read that you should freeze overripe bananas, then let them thaw for a short time before using. I heard that of all fruits (better frozen and slightly thawed).

    Thanks!
     
  4. operationremie

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    Interesting. May I ask how much it cost?
     
  5. dburg30

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    just checked bed bath and beyond and they show one at $50
     
  6. walkdmc

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    I got mine at Wegmans for $45 with a $5 coupon. I also get 5% back on grocery store purchases with my CC.

    OP, I tried frozen pineapples and mangos combined. My kids and DH loved it! I can't eat it, unfortunately since I'm currently not eating fruit.

    In case you need frozen pineapple, Trader Joes carries it for less than $2/bag! They also have the frozen mango.

    Is it bad that I'm thinking of adding rum to mine...or a little chocolate, once I can have fruit?
     

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