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Sweet Peanut Brittle

Sweet Peanut Brittle recipe
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If the five-star rating didn’t convince you to make this peanut brittle, how’s this: It only takes 5 minutes of prep time.
5 min
50 min
1-1/2 lb. or 16 servings
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I make this brittle, but I use cashews, It's very good.
I have made this recipe for the last several years. It is easy to do, fast to make, and tastes so good!
I make this every year at Christmas, but I do not do the chocolate portion...still incredibly delicious!!
Finally a peanut brittle recipe that is so easy to make. I did not take the time to make the chocolate mixture to dip the pieces in. It is very good by itself.
This is a keeper!! My husband likes this recipe better than the one I make from scratch. The first time I made this I burned the syrup, so the next time I made it I only cooked it for 4 minutes then when I added the butter and peanuts I cooked it for 3 1/2 minutes. It was great!! This peanut brittle is not as hard as the other ones and we like it better. I did not even make the chocolate dip for this recipe and don't think it really needs it. Have shared this recipe around to friends and it now is in my recipe file with all my other Christmas candy to make every year.
Easy, Easy, Easy and very very tasty.
This is good, but be careful microwaving...5 mins was way too long in my microwave. I would watch it close. Easy to make, but kinda messy.
the brittle is not getting hard how long does it take
It has become a tradition that my whole family requests for every Birthday and Christmas...They love the taste and the love that goes into every bite!!!
This is a must for Christmas for the past several years. So delicious that it's hard to believe how quick and easy it is to make. This is one brittle that's easy on the teeth and still crisp and crunchy. Be careful when pouring-it is very hot out of the microwave. I accidentally dropped a couple nuts on my fingers when pouring and got some nice blisters. I agree with another, shaking the pan to thin out is so much easier than trying to spread. I used the choc/pb once, but we decided we like it best plain the old fashioned way. A must try!
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