ravvraj: This is amazing. Have you tried making other butters like Cashew, almond or
pistachio butter? If this would work for other nuts I am sure buying it
20pearlsNcurls: Your son is ADORABLE! I just bought a Ninja and I'm looking forward to
making some peanut butter.
TheDiet God: And 3rd, Smoothies on the other hand is a different story.
William Lovesya: You kid will remember special days like this when he is older.. Very cool..
Thanks for sharing your video.
setite: Some people add oil to homemade nut butters to make it a little wetter, I
also think it might help heat up the nuts so they release their own oil
quicker. But you are right its not necessary. Thanks for this video, I need
to start making my own almond butter and flour and I was wondering if the
ninja could do it. I figured it could as its in the top 5 most powerful
consumer blenders, but you never know. You are right about the bland stuff.
I tried some store made almond butter from Sprouts and it was barely like a
store bought nut butter. The brand of almond butter most like peanut butter
in taste, while being the simplest health wise, has cane juice, palm fruit
oil and sea salt added. Have you tried adding anything? I was thinking
maybe of throwing a banana in.
TheDiet God: First off yes the kid is freaking adorable! 2nd that was a great
performance by the Ninja. Very good job there man not even the Vitamix &
Blendtec can make that much peanut butter at once.
Aram A: Could someone tell me if they bought their ninja in Canada? If so, could
you suggest any stores? Or you guys bought it online? Please share your
thoughts, thank you.
49LivingtheDream: Thanks. I use almond butter since I can't handle the acidity in peanuts.
And, I was looking for a good, unedited or non-shortened video for this
homemade nut butter. You're video is the best. But, you kid? LOL at around
9:23. Typical toddler. So darling. Thanks.
neurocosm: Dude! LOL. I was rooting for your son on that first press of button #3.
Yelling at me computer, Go Go Go! Questions? Do the blades or Ninja unit
get hot or do you foree this causing and longevity problems blending things
for that long? (I Noticed you did 4 lbs?). PB is one of my favorite
things, and I have the same model - so I will be making my own. I have in
the past with smaller quantities, and was pleased. One thing I did do was
use one container of unsalted peanuts with one lightly salted to give it a
bit more taste. Came out great! I love the texture, and appreciate the
video. Rock on.
Spilogale: The big question is ... How does it taste?
MsSensational Mechele: Thanks for sharing. Im going to try this with my Ninja Mega System and post
Stephen Mulkey: Peanut butter lover approved.
Alexandra Muer: You made peanut butter in 10 minutes...YOU ARE A GOD!!!
Inga MacDonald: he is soooo cute…. made me laugh with the poopie comment…. got to love kids
marilyn crosby: Just not worth it, thanks for sharing
Terry Grandchamps: Wow, this is so amazing. I was watching the commercial and they didn't say
it could do that lol. I guess someone is not buying the nutribullet lol.
Thank you for the wonderful video.
Joe Woodhall: I just received my new Ninja Mega System last week and tried this last
night. The best peanut butter ever. My family absolutely loved it! Thanks
Jennifer N: Thank you for the video. Your son is so cute. That was priceless. I just
bought the Ninja Ultima and look forward to trying this recipe.
ACardenas713: That took a really long time. Vitamix will turn this blender into mulch.
1ekaba: How cute is that kid! And thanks for sharing, I am going to try your recipe
since I just got the Ninja Kitchen System for Christmas.
Marisa Martell: I loved watching this video. makes me want to buy a ninja and do it
Amiro1990: Tnx its looks good i bet its not like Skippy's peanut butter but what
happen if i add honey?
If you can answer me that will do... :))
cody mason: You got yourself a funny little lad there. "it looks like poopy." Haha it
sure does :D
Jessica Cruz: How long will this last ?
Berry Love: i'm going to save up money to but it
Berry Love: i want to buy it but it is expensive....
bstaneland: Thank you for the kind comment. Its fun being a dad :)
bstaneland: Thank you!
bstaneland: That's funny, we bought ours for smoothies too - although we still make
them every day :) I am actually not happy with the texture that the Ninja
provides in the smoothies. I've had $25 blenders that did a better job -
they just couldn't handle the day-to-day punishment. Also, thank you for
the kind words :)
bstaneland: Yeah, I've heard that the Vitamix blenders are great machines. If our Ninja
ever dies (have been using it every day for almost 3 years) we will likely
get a Vitamix. We use ours enough that the cost is justifiable and not just
bstaneland: lol, thanks :)
bstaneland: We use ours every day (usually to make smoothies with whole fruit and
plenty of ice). Have been doing this for almost 3 years. So far so good.
bstaneland: lol, yeah, he called like he saw it - that's for sure :)
bstaneland: No worries. Yeah, I've heard that the Vitamix blenders are great machines.
How many watts is your Vitamix?
gleichg: Love my ninja...haven't tried this yet, but I will. Nice and simple.
Christian Saurus: A bit thin for peanut butter unless if it's Peter Pan Brand :D
40ozFood: add a tbsp of honey per lb of nuts, makes all the diff. Great vid.
bstaneland: Thank you for the kind words :)
Thadius Hogins: anyone try almonds?? I'm probably going to try in the near future, hoping
for the same effect. I read somewhere that adding 1/2 tablespoon of
vegetable oil can help with mixing when using blender. (not sure if used in
video or not, didn't have sound on)
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 :)
bstaneland: Thank you for the kind words. Please come back and let us know how it goes
in the nutribullet. I've been thinking about getting one of those as well.
bigtrajik1: God damn people will hate on anything. We all know Wal-Mart is evil and
having a patient in a living organism is wrong, but who cares because the
majority of you will still go to Wal-Mart and buy your overpriced cheap
crap. Give this guy a break, he's making something healthier for him and
his kid, who cares where he got his peanuts from. On a side note he's doing
something with his kid...even if it's just letting him pour out the peanuts
that's more than most of your pathetic freaks.
bstaneland: Why not?
Thadius Hogins: question @bstaneland; how did you eat so much peanut butter??!?! Just in
the blender there was 32+ ounces haha
FlutistPride: I wonder what would happen if you added rainbows.
Thadius Hogins: I second that! Love your video, and love your ideas. Eventually we might
see more change in food market as it we definitely see now. Growing health
food stores :) (although I don't like all of the products in such stores, I
feel like it's a start on the right path)< 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!!!
bstaneland: Thanks! Me too :)
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.
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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