jeanette johnson: a very useful video. i've been buying peanut butter using one of those 'ground your peanuts' machine at the store. but since i have a ninja blender, i'll save a little money and make my own peanut butter at home. actually i bought the ninja to make smoothies, but, as it turns out, i don't really like smoothies. i'm really happy to know that the money i spent on the ninja won't go down the drain after all. thanks for the video and your son's adorable.
bekutza: interesting vid, thanks. btw ur a great dad it shows
kitchenladyful: The ninja is a great gadget, but I have to say the vitamix makes peanut butter much faster! And vert creamy too! Be careful,don't burn out that motor! Great video.
jednoucelovy: how long will the ninja last then?
Mariana Pastor: Financially conscious people can say good for you but no thank you.
Mariana Pastor: Ahahaha you couldn't get him to stop saying poooppy LOL
Thadius Hogins: Ah okay thanks! There is a machine at a health store that made almond butter, but I didn't notice if the nuts were roasted or not :/ Yes maybe roasted nuts
HEMI345375: Not to dis the video but it took about 5 minutes to make it in the ninja and we just made peanut butter in the Vitamix in about 1 minute !
newtwothisufirsts: great video, you and your son are so funny...thanks!
Suthen Girl: Very informative. Thanks!
Arrethusa: first of all, I am glad you filmed the whole blending process, I hate when some vids skip ahead..my son has this one and I'm considering buying one as well. I need one for more veggies etc so still unsure which to get. AND secondly, your son is so cute!!! ty for the vid!!!
chisaoboy: Thanks. Now I don't need to buy jarred peanut butter... I'll just make my own in the Ninja.
JonelleElise: No I haven't tried it but I'm guessing it would work. Maybe add a little coconut oil to make it creamy? But I bet it would taste pretty good. Play with the ingredients until you get a good consistency. Or...just buy Nutella lol...
bstaneland: Haven't tried that. Does it turn out like Nutella? My wife will be all over that if the texture and flavor is similar.
gleichg: Love my ninja...haven't tried this yet, but I will. Nice and simple.
JonelleElise: Ohh yeah...have you tried adding choco powder to your peanut butter (unsweetened or sweetened...it's up to you) to kinda make your own "Nutella"?
bstaneland: Yeah, it is great bang for the buck :)
bstaneland: Thank you! We did try making almond butter, SMH. I learned afterward that I should have roasted the almonds first. I used unroasted almonds. Added a tablespoon of oil about every 5 minutes. After 20+ minutes we ended up with oily almond goo, lol. My understanding is that roasting brings the natural oils to the surface (more or less) of the nut and thus helps with "lubrication". Obviously not technical terms :)
bstaneland: Cool. Thanks for the info! Just Googled and found plenty of seed sellers of all types.
JonelleElise: Wow that thing is powerful!
kmdc86: Haha your son is hilarious while pouring the peanut butter.. I do have one question, have you tried making almond butter with this blender? I'm wanting to do that, and I have the same blender model too - neverthless, great video! very helpful! thanks!
Bob Papadopoulos: Give it a try, they're pretty forgiving. Hell, I didn't even plant any this year and somehow they came back and grew like mad.
bstaneland: Seems like something that would be fun for Byron and I to grow. Our giant Basil plant is only so "neat" to a 5-year old :)
Bob Papadopoulos: It's really not all that hard to do. The only mildly tasking part of the whole process is roasting them at the end, and that's pretty straightforward too.
bstaneland: Definitely a great product, especially for the price :)
bstaneland: We have been making a minimum of 1 smoothie every day (with ice & frozen fruit) for a year and a half, plus this peanut butter as needed. Haven't had any motor issues yet - so far so good (knock on wood).
bstaneland: We have yet to add anything, but several people have recommended honey - that will be added to our next batch. Cinnamon sounds good too :) Thanks!
bstaneland: At first it would look really cool. Although I think it would all just end up brown in the end.
bstaneland: Indeed you are correct :)
bstaneland: If you grow your own peanuts that is really cool. I don't hear of that too often.
bstaneland: These peanuts we used were already roasted. When we tried this same process making almond butter we learned afterwards that we should have roasted them first.
bstaneland: Thanks for the advice.
bstaneland: Thank you for the easy, healthy suggestion. I'll try that with our next batch. Thanks also for the kudos.
bstaneland: Lol, thanks!
bstaneland: I hear you! Our first go round with almond butter didn't work too well. If you are successful, please come back and share your method.
bstaneland: Thank you for the kind words :)
bstaneland: Yeah, he calls it like he sees it, lol.
Ayush Yadav: I already told you. i know the bad fat is the reason that stopping 6 pack coming outside even we work out well.
Between I saw an interview with body building champion where he talks about 7 odd foods he eats to keep his abs hard.
i found it here bit.ly/153AQRd?=xcvwp
ninjablenderjuicer: Top Brand!!!!!! I reccommend...
youframedroger: Isn't this taxing on the motor?
Angie Gill: Have you ever added honey and cinnamon to it? YUM! I will be making some of this today!! Thank you for your video!
FlutistPride: I wonder what would happen if you added rainbows.
zelmoziggy: Or Art Linkletter.
Bob Papadopoulos: If you can bash on someone for buying Wal Mart peanuts simply because you buy yours at a "farmers market or health food store", logically it should follow that I can level snobbery at you for buying your peanuts from a third party with no real knowledge of how they were grown.
BroccoliBeefed: The label said Walmart on it, I assumed it was Walmart's peanuts. And those weird blanched things at that.
Bob Papadopoulos: Does that mean that I can look down my nose at you since I grow my own peanuts?
claudius2u: Have you roasted peanuts before making butter?
TheHighway9: its poopy!
Karen Altamirano: I agree, these days you don't really know where your food is coming from....all you can do is try! Great job! Just a quick note, Blendtec blenders can do the exact same thing but in a lot less time and you POUR it out of the jar, not use a spatula except in the end to scrape the sides.....just make sure you use their twister jar to do it :)
make your own Peanut Butter with the Ninja 1200 blender - so easy a 3-yr-old can do it :)4.8
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