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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RealMilkMoment #LoveWhatsReal #CollectiveBias Peanut Punch I have a long standing relationship with real  milk – it goes all the way back to childhood. Growing up we had pet cows that supplied us with dairy milk. I always looked forward to the creamy cups of milk every morning and in the evening just before bedtime. It was quite the treat! What I loved the most about the fresh milk was the cream that rose to the top that was thick and rich and appealed to my childhood taste buds. Peanut Punch I no longer have pet cows but my relationship with milk hasn’t changed. As an adult not only do I drink real 2% milk because I enjoy it but because it a good source of protein and has nine essential nutrients. It’s a great source of potassium as well as calcium, vitamin D and phosphorus which have bone-building properties. Peanut Punch Today I ensure that I give milk to my sons on a daily basis; typically its 2% milk and occasionally chocolate milk for a treat! I always remember my Mom saying “drink your milk so you can grow up to be happy and strong” and I find myself saying that to my kids as well! Another way I like to enjoy milk is in Peanut Punch.

This is a classic Guyanese and Caribbean drink that it’s super easy but oh so good! The combination of real milk and creamy peanut butter makes a decadent shake and the best part is that it only requires a few ingredients! I find that non-dairy milk alternatives don’t match up to the taste and creaminess of real milk.Peanut Punch I use a combination of milk (whole or 2% works), smooth peanut butter and sugar to sweeten in my peanut punch.


1 Comment

  1. Bobby
    February 5, 2020 / 12:56 pm

    This sounds lovely, and similar to something I make. Add some oats and pasteurized raw egg and a healthy dose of cinnamon, maybe a bit of honey, and you have a breakfast that’ll last you half the day. Throw in some powdered coffee or instant coffee and cocoa powder and that really ramps up the get up and go factor.