Peanut Brittle

When heating the sugar mixture, cover the pot with a lid to help prevent the mixture from boiling over. (The lid does not need to fit snugly; it should cover the pot completely without a risk of sliding off.) Even with the pot covered, keep an eye on it and reduce the heat if needed. The mixture gets very hot, so be careful.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Peanut Brittle
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Trella
February 26, 2011
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Best Brittle Recipe
February 26, 2011
I make this every Christmas and my husband loves it. I sometimes use pecans instead of peanuts and its delish. You do have to be quick when spreading it out so make sure you prepare ahead and have everything ready. ENJOY!
Review 2 for Peanut Brittle
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Cleangirl
Lavallette, NJ
December 13, 2010
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Tastes just like Peanut Brittle
December 13, 2010
I think this is a really good recipe. I used brown sugar in place of white. My husband likes it better that way.
The only reason I didn't give it a full 5 stars is that when you add the baking soda and peanuts, be prepared for the consistency to change quickly. The sauce almost immediately became impossible to mix. When I tried to spread it out on the baking sheet, I had to use my oven mitts and a piece of parchment just to help me move the brittle around. Wooden spoon did nothing for me! Other than that, good recipe.