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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.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
1-1/2 lb. or 16 servings
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posted:
12/27/2006
I made this brittle and my family and everyone I gave it to love it. I also made it with cashew's and I think it's even better. It was so easy and fast.... I can't praise this recipe enough.
posted:
12/23/2006
This was a fast and easy recipe. Everyone loved it! I am making more to give as gifts along with some other homemade goodies. My family liked the taste better than other brittles we happened to have for the holidays.
posted:
12/22/2006
well, i dont know exactly what i did wrong but it just wasnt brittle. it would sit up great in the freezer and i broke it in pieces just fine and then after it would sit on the counter for just a few minutes it would get soft. it was more of a peanut chew then peanut brittle. i loved the taste, and the family liked it. but i am still looking for a brittle recipe. good luck in all your cooking adventures!
posted:
12/20/2006
This was so easy! And it looks and tastes so good! I am giving it as gifts and people will probably think I spent so much time on it when it really just took a few minutes!
posted:
12/20/2006
Super easy and fast to make! I didn't dip mine in chocolate, but it was still very tasty! I thought mine had stuck to the pan at first but you just have to pry an edge up with a knife, then it all comes off in one big piece.
posted:
12/20/2006
Love it!! I have made this recipe going on 4 times now for my husband and for my co-workers! I have made it with and without the chocolate coating and both taste great! This is definitely a great holiday recipe!
posted:
12/19/2006
Throw out your candy thermometer!! This is super, super easy to make!! Next time will warm pan slightly in oven before pouring brittle into it, to make it easier to spread. Dipped half in chocolate and left other half plain. Looks nice to give as gifts or take to a party. No one will know how little time it took!
posted:
12/18/2006
This was very very easy... emphasis on the very! I'm not the greatest cook and I thought this was perfectly simple! I'm trying to make cookies and candies for Christmas gifts this year and this is a recipe I'm really excited about! I think next time I'll not put as many peanuts in... maybe just a cup. and my mom loves cashews... I'll try it with cashews. Thanks, Kraft for another great recipe!
posted:
12/18/2006
Tasted yummy. They should specify GLASS microwave safe bowl. The sugar mix melted through mic-safe plastic bowl! What a MESS! So I did it on stovetop instead, and still came out great!
posted:
12/18/2006
It was very easy and I thought it tasted very good. Great gift idea
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