Healthy Recipes for Kids : Banana Peanut Butter Shake Recipe

Learn how to make a banana peanut butter shake, a quick and easy healthy snack or dessert for kids in this free cooking video. Expert: Lisa La Barre Contact: Bio:…
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17 thoughts on “Healthy Recipes for Kids : Banana Peanut Butter Shake Recipe

  1. @CreatingMagic heavly processed food are a bigger problem then peanut
    butter if u buy all natural peanut butter or organic its not that bad for
    you and fat is energy too its not completely teriible for you if you have a
    low meat low processed food diet penut butter can help you meet your daily
    fat but i wouldnt add the honey in and i drink raw milk rther then

  2. Mummificationify April 24, 2015 at 7:58 pm - Reply

    Michelle Obama’s $4.5 billion “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act” mandates
    broke school districts to grow gardens and have salad bars, but it begs the
    question why can’t the existing system be revamped to give children
    healthier choices without costing a fortune. . It also takes $2.2 Billion
    away from the Food Stamp Program to fund it. Currently the US pays some
    farmers not to grow food, and Michelle is on Sesame Street using Elmo to
    push it. . Allen West 2012

  3. peanut butter is actually healthy for u with the protein it fills u up but
    the thing is its only healthy if u have 1-2 spoons a day and like only 4 or
    5 days a week u eat more and the fat will add up quick with the cals thats
    why i cant buy peanut butter all the time cause once i have that first
    peanut butter jelly sandwhich i need atleast 2 more lol its too good

  4. Hi! I really enjoyed this video but I do think that this is one of the
    reasons that a lot of Americans are obese. The myth that peanut butter is
    good for Americans and ‘high in protein’, it’s not. It only has 20 grams of
    protein per 100g (which is 660 calories!!) . It’s really fat and fat has 9
    calories per gram. On top of that you add a banana (pure carbs), honey
    (pure carbs), and milk (protein/carbs).

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