Ready in 25 minutes
this is a great gift for the holidays
"The flavor is amazing! I thought 2 cups of peanuts was a bit too many for the amount of candy coating. Next time I will try it with just 1 cup and adjust from there. This recipe is my first success with peanut brittle, I've tried before but not with fantastic results like this!"- nvanseader
Top-ranked recipe named "peanut brittle"
In a 2 qt. saucepan melt butter add water then sugar stir to desolve the sugar put a lid on pot at med temp for 2 minutes. Take off lid turn to high let the sugar mixture get good and golden brown. In meantime put peanuts on silicone mat or very heavaly greased foil in 9x12 baking pan spread peanuts eavenly when mixture is brown pull off heat add baking soda and vanilla stir quickly and pour over nuts spread with the back of a wooden spoon and let cool. When cool break apart in pieces
SassyBaker_Rhoda 3 months agoThank you, the last recipe I had for brittle left me sad and unfulfilled. Yours is the opposite of that, much gratitude.
clga 9 months ago
MARIDLEY 1 year ago
gmun5 1 year ago
Aydren01 2 years agoI am going to try this for Christmas. It sounds super easy. A couple of questions, is the baking soda necessary? What does it do?
Redz23 2 years agoGood flavour, used 2 cups peanuts and agree 1 1/2 would have been better to properly cover all the peanuts.
amandakrylo 2 years ago1 1/2 cups*
amandakrylo 3 years agoGreat flavor and pretty easy. Next time I am going to use only 1/2 cups peanuts.
nvanseader 3 years agoThe flavor is amazing! I thought 2 cups of peanuts was a bit too many for the amount of candy coating. Next time I will try it with just 1 cup and adjust from there. This recipe is my first success with peanut brittle, I've tried before but not with fantastic results like this!
Leeleem0409 4 years agoFirst batch i made i let the color get dark brown and it had a burned flavor. The 2nd batch i got it to a caramel color and it was perfect!!!