Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Diana's Banana Babies Review

I am not big on Ice Cream.  My son and husband could eat ice cream for every meal.  uck!  Most people love ice cream but I am one of the odd ones.  On a rare mood or whim I will eat it.

I contacted Diana's Bananas and asked them about trying their products.  They sent me two kinds, (both Diana's banana babies.) With nuts and without.

So I distributed them to my family and my mother because it was a really hot day out. (around 100).  We all tried them and it was unanimous.  They tasted way better than ice cream.

Like fruit and ice cream but looking for something healthier? Try these!  They are dark chocolate covered frozen bananas (or milk chocolate if you prefer.).  You really can not tell they are not a frozen treat. (duh! to me. They are.)  Anyways they where a hit and gone in no time.

Below is posted from their site about the products.

Meet the happiest bananas in the world.

At Diana’s Bananas, we do it right—making the finished product is a 14-step procedure that includes purchasing, testing, peeling, sizing, freezing and dipping—and you’ll taste the results of our hard work in every delicious bite!
Our team personally selects only fully ripe, creamy, sweet white bananas, which we quick freeze to -20 degrees fahrenheit. The result is an easy-to-bite banana with texture so smooth, you’ll think you’re eating ice cream.
After our quick freezing process, we dip the bananas in real bar chocolate. We never use chocolate flavored coatings or other inferior substitutes. The world’s best bananas deserve real chocolate—you do, too!

and their promise:

The world’s best bananas:
jungle-fresh, igloo frozen

To make the world’s best chocolate-dipped frozen bananas you have to start with the world’s best un-frozen bananas. So to find those, we went to the jungles of Ecuador, where there’s literally an unlimited supply of bananas. But to be a Diana’s Banana Banana Baby, there’s just one quality we look for—perfection.

Each banana must meet our rigid standards of size, shape, color, flavor and texture. We also use a fancy scientific device called a refractometer that lets us know when a banana is at its peak of sweetness. Within minutes of being picked from the tree, these perfect specimens of bananahood are quick-frozen to -20 degrees fahrenheit using a process that seals in their flavor and freshness. From that point on they don’t leave their igloo-like conditions until you unwrap one and unleash that creamy goodness with your first bite. You might think you’re eating banana ice cream, it’s so smooth and delicious.
We’re just as fussy when it comes to our incomparably delicious milk and dark chocolate coatings. Our real bar chocolate blows away your standard ice cream bar chocolate in quality and taste, while resisting the kind of cracking that you get when you bite into other chocolate coatings.
So here’s our promise to you: Our healthful, fresh and spectacularly delicious bananas represent our total commitment to quality and our devotion to creating a product that satisfies you with every bite. And while we at Diana’s Bananas enjoy a laugh as much as anyone, when it comes to delivering the world’s best chocolate dipped frozen banana™, we’re not monkeying around.

I really really want to thank Diana's Bananas for putting up with me through my illnesses and waiting on this review.  It was promised to them months ago. Sorry! 

** I received products to test for the mentioned companies but it had no influence what so ever on my review.  I may seem positive on the products I review because I only write about the companies I love and buy for my home.  I received no monetary compensation for this review. Thank you for reading!

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Joanne Smith is the head blogger for Mom In Nebraska. She currently resides in Omaha, NE. with her family. She has a wonderful miracle *her Autistic son Timmy that loves electronics.* Joanne has worked in customer service her whole life and loves it. She worked hard in College and studied a wide variety of subjects from Biology, Chem, Web Design, Early Childhood Education and much more. Now she is a SAHM, Blogger and Homeschooler. Next task for Joanne is trying to take over the world..... or at least her little part of it.