Ready in 30 minutes
GREAT FOR SHARING AND EASY TO MAKE FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
"Loved by all that received it at work...have already received requests for more, thanks so much for the recipe! Use a silicone cookie sheet and it is a breeze to remove the brittle."- Rkeller70
Tip: Another recipe with the exact-same name "PEANUT BRITTLE" ranks higher.
ADD SUGAR, CORN SYRUP AND WATER AND PLACE IN A LARGE SAUCEPAN. COOK UNTIL SUGAR DISSOLVES ON A MEDIUM-LOW HEAT, STIRRING CONSTANTLY TO AVOID BURING SUGAR. THE, PLACE A LID AND COOK OVER MEDIUM HEAT FOR 2-3 MINUTES TO WASH DOWN SUGAR CRYSTALS FROM SIDES OF PAN. ADD PEANUTS; COOK, STIR OCCASIONALLY, UNTIL MIXTURE REACHES HARD CRACK STAGE (300) REMOVE FROM HEAT. STIR IN BUTTER, VANILLA, SODA, AND SALT. WORK RAPIDLY AND POUR MIXTURE INTO A BUTTERED 15 X 10 X 1 INCH JELLYROLL PAN; SPREAD IN A THIN LAYER. LET COOK COMPLETELY; BREAK INTO PIECES. STIR IN AN AIRTIGHT CONTAINER. YIELD: ABOUT 2 LBS. PS YOU CAN ADD JALEPANO PEPPERS* FOR A SPICY BRITTLE.
cookier 1 year agoI have this very same recipe from another source and it makes the BEST brittle. I have added cinnamon for a diff taste, try it.
Youngsd 1 year agoI made this for my husband to satisfy his peanut brittle craving and he ended up making a second batch himself.
19michael69 1 year agoLoved it..
Aydren01 2 years agoI want to try this for Christmas but would like to know what the baking soda is for and is it necessary?
Rkeller70 3 years agoLoved by all that received it at work...have already received requests for more, thanks so much for the recipe! Use a silicone cookie sheet and it is a breeze to remove the brittle.
LauraGalceran 5 years agoMAKE SURE YOUR PAN HAS BEEN BUTTERED BEFORE YOU POUR HOT BRITTLE MIXTURE INTO JELLYROLL PAN. [I posted this recipe.]