Easy Peanut Brittle

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This easy homemade Peanut Brittle is an old-fashioned sweet, hard candy made on the stovetop with six simple ingredients and roasted peanuts. It’s a family favorite during the holidays but can be enjoyed any time of year!

There’s just something special about old-fashioned recipes like peanut brittle. My other favorite old-fashioned recipes include Grandma’s Oatmeal Cake, Baked Apples and Baked Rice Pudding.

PEANUT BRITTLE
Every holiday season my grandmother used to make a few batches of peanut brittle. She always dropped a container at our house and it lasted all season. I can’t help but think of her when I think of this Peanut brittle recipe.

Peanut Brittle is a smooth, flat candy (similar to toffee), with peanuts in it, that is cooked on the stovetop and poured onto a sheet pan to cool. Once it cools it’s broken into small individual-size pieces of hard candy and lasts at room temperature for several weeks.

Mix 1/2 cup light corn syrup and 1 cup of sugar in microwave safe bowl.

Microwave on high for 4 minutes.
Add 1 cup of salted peanuts.

Microwave for 3/5 minutes.
Add one teaspoon of vanilla and one teaspoon of baking soda.
(Watch out! It’s hot and it foams up)

Pour onto buttered cookie sheet.
break into pieces.

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