At least in the Northeast, the June period (or the month of June) is known for the great traditions in the celebrations in reverence to the three saints: Antônio, João and Pedro. In addition, the good and plentiful cuisine also became a feature of the celebrated month. In this environment, peanuts appear as an option for recipes that make anyone’s mouth water. Along with its natural properties, it also prevents some illnesses.

For starters, it’s good to know some of the properties of peanuts. Despite being at the top of the food pyramid, alongside sweets and sugars that should be avoided, peanuts are a healthy grain, as they are rich in HDL, the well-known good cholesterol. It also contains abundant B and E vitamins, which act as antioxidants and aid in the digestion of food. Magnesium, Calcium and Iron are also found in peanuts, acting to strengthen the body and bones.

Peanuts are also effective in combating cardiovascular disease, in addition to stroke (cerebrovascular accident), cancer, diabetes. Its substances also act to combat stress, fatigue and inflammation. It is also used to combat aging, as it works as a potent cell renewer. Peanuts are also popularly seen as a natural aphrodisiac.

Peanuts in cooking

Who has never heard of peanuts, paçoca and cocadas. In common, all these recipes are based on peanuts. In addition to these, cakes, creams and desserts in general appear as a variation for those who do not do without the consumption of grain. The Benefits Tea suggestion is to prepare a delicious and nutritious peanut tea.

Peanut tea 1


300 grams of roasted and ground peanuts
1 box of light cream
2 liters of milk

Method of preparation

Take the roasted peanuts and peel off the shell. Using a blender, add the condensed milk, milk and blend for 10 minutes. Heat the mixture, adding the rest of the milk. Stir until boiling.

Peanut tea 2


Half package of roasted and peeled peanuts
1 box of light cream
1 liter of milk
3 cinnamon sticks
4 cloves
1 cup of sugar (for syrup)

preparation mode

Add the peanuts, the condensed milk is half the milk and blend everything in a blender. In a pan heated over medium heat, pour in the weir until it turns caramel. Add the mixture beaten in a blender and the rest of the milk. Bring to a boil over low heat for 20 minutes. Finally, add cloves and cinnamon to taste.

Peanut origin

The peanut, or rather the peanut plant, is of South American origin. It was found by settlers in colder regions, such as the borders of Paraná and Paraguay. Despite being a plant with development characteristics in colder regions, it is perfectly adapted to cultivation in warmer regions, such as the Northeast.