>> Saturday, 9 February 2008
You may think I'm joking but I'm not. "The Quaker man on the box was probably a nice enough guy, but I hated that smiling face on the box looking back at me, almost mocking me." I can't write more about it here, it's too painful, you'll have to click here to read my encounters with this dish.
Many of you have written how interested and intrigued you are by the peanut punch so here is the recipe. There's a kid version and a spiked adult version and since I am an adult, you know which one I made (evil grin).
2/3 cups of chunky or smooth peanut butter
3 cups whole milk, cold
4 tbsp sugar or to taste
2 sprinklings of ground cinnamon
1/8 tsp freshly grated nutmeg (extra to garnish if you like)
- Put all the ingredients, milk first, into a blender and whiz for 1 minute or until smooth
- Serve over ice or as is. Or, pour into a jug and chill some more then serve
- For an adult peanut punch, spike with Baileys or other Creme liquers; these are added to the ingredients before blending.
- Skim milk can also be used but for the real creamy goodness, use the whole milk.