Jamaican Peanut Punch

Coffee and Vanilla

INGREDIENTS

1 cup smooth peanut butter
1½ cup hot water
1½ cup cold water
½ cup golden caster sugar or to taste
410g tin evaporated milk (I used Carnation milk)
1 tsp ground cinnamonoptional
¼ tsp ground nutmeg - optional

EQUIPMENT

blender

Coffee and Vanilla

METHOD

Combine peanut butter, hot water, spices and sugar in a blender and mix until well combined. Add also cold water and evaporated milk. Blend again for a while. Serve over ice.

Make 6 small portions.

  • We just came back from our trip to Jamaica (read more about it here), and peanut punch was something I got addicted to. It is not available in the shops here in UK so I was trying to recreate it… and the result was quite good.
  • The doll on the picture came also from Jamaica, we brought it for our daughter and she loves it. It has two sides, once you fold up dress the other doll, that is upside down, is showing up. Very simple but smart toy ;)
  • I’m submitting this recipe to Monthly Mingle – Caribbean Cooking hosted by Meeta of What’s For Lunch Honey?

    mmcaribbeancooking14

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Your thoughts…

  1. oh i am loving this recipe! we need some drinks at the beach party! I am envious and wish i was with you on your vacation!

  2. Yummy! Great recipe.

  3. whoa! that sounds amazing! i’ve never heard of anything like this, but it looks so delicious – i want to make it right away!

  4. You just ruined my evening, in a good way. I used to live in NY and I LOVE this drink. It is addicting. Can’t wait to try your recipe. Thanks

  5. I have never had this but am sure going to make them once.

  6. Margot my daughter would just adore this drink, she’s such a fan of peanut butter!! Great recipe :D

    Rosie x

  7. MMMMMMMM….This looks really yummie, this drink!!! Thanks!!!

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