Life of a Southern Mom recently had the opportunity to review an new product called Swirlio Frozen Fruit Dessert Maker. The boys all love fruits and yogurts so I knew I could not go wrong with the Big Boss Swirlio. There is no need for me to keep buying fresh fruits and different kinds of yogurts from the store when I can make them right here in my own kitchen.
About the company:
The Big Boss Swirlio makes fruits into a soft serve frozen dessert in seconds. Just peel, cut and freeze the fruits, insert them into the chute and you will have a delicious and healthy dessert. No metal blades and it is not loud at all. Plus, by using fresh fruits its gluten free and super easy clean up. You can add your favorite ingredients to create a yummy dessert the entire family will love. Swirlio is not limited to just creating desserts but also dips, sauces, and many other foods. The recipe creations are endless.
Inside my package included the Swirlio Frozen Fruit Maker, Quick Start Guide, User Manual and over 50 Healthy Recipe booklet. The first time I had fresh yogurt was when my parents were in town and they took me to the YoYo Yogurt store. I loved the way it was made with fresh fruits without all the extra ingredients and it tasted incredible. I have been wanting to take the boys but we just haven’t found the time, but now that I have the Swirlio Frozen Fruit Maker I know we can enjoy right here at home. I took apart my Swirlio unit, washed and put the pieces back together, which I must say took no time. This is dish washer safe which is a plus for me. I wanted to start with some easy recipes so that I could get a feel of the unit and how it worked. I chopped up three bananas that had started spotting and a package of fresh strawberries. They suggest that you just slice your bananas, freeze and use within 2 days. As for the strawberries I washed them, cut the stems off and froze whole in a ziploc bag. I let them freeze over night so that I could use them for to make snacks for the boys when they returned home from school the next day. Per the instructions I took the frozen fruit out of the freezer to thaw for about 10-15 minutes before using. I do recommend cutting the strawberries in half, because of the different sizing some may not fit down in the chute. I asked the boys which one each of them wanted. Ty wanted Banana and Eli wanted just Strawberry. Andrew being the picky eater wasn’t up for trying it just yet. I added a few bananas to start off with since I was new at the machine and didn’t know how many I needed to put it. I took the Pusher and pushed the bananas down so that they eased down the chute to the grinder. We were all standing there waiting, but nothing. So I added a few more bananas, pushed them into the chute and out came Banana Yogurt. I repeated the steps with the strawberries and couldn’t believe how easy this really was. I have a few ideas for the next time we want a yummy dessert. I will be posting more pictures of my new creations soon.
If you would like to purchase your very own Swirlio Frozen Fruit Dessert Maker visit their Website here. It is available in 5 different colors. There is a special going on over on their website that you will definitely want to take advantage of. These are also sold on Amazon website as well.
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