The Tradition Continues

Each Christmas I make from 20 to 30 batches of peanut brittle to give to family and friends. So good!! So easy!! Each about one pound batch takes 8 1/2 minutes total in the microwave oven.
Oh yum. Recipe please. 😊
posted November 29th, 2017  
bep
That's what I was about to ask...
posted November 29th, 2017  
@365projectorgjenfurj @gijsje Be glad to! I will send recipe!! Have to make a trip down to San Diego today, so maybe tonight or tomorrow, at latest.
posted November 29th, 2017  
Delicious!
posted November 29th, 2017  
Great shot and tradition :)
posted November 29th, 2017  
Ha! I saw this before I scrolled down to your name, Anita, and thought of YOU! Twenty to thirty batches, huh? You make a lot of people happy!
posted November 30th, 2017  
INCREDIBLE PEANUT BRITTLE

Use Pyrex (Glass) eight cup container for best results.

This mixture gets VERY HOT. Do not burn yourself! It also gets hard IMMEDIATELY after adding baking soda, so don't waste any time mixing and pouring onto well buttered cookie sheet.

Butter or margarine for greasing cookie sheets
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup white Karo corn syrup
14 teaspoon salt
1 cup dry roasted peanuts
1 teaspoon butter or margarine
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon baking soda

LIBERALLY grease a metal cookie sheet with butter or margarine. Stir together sugar, corn syrup, and salt. Place in 8 cup glass Pyrex measuring cup. Microwave on high 4 minutes. Stir well.

Mix in peanuts and microwave on high for 3 1/2 minutes. Mix in butter and vanilla and stir well. Microwave on high for 1 minute. Stir well.

Add baking soda. IMMEDIATELY STIR WELL and pour onto greased cookie sheet. Let harden for 30 minutes to an hour, break into chunks, and store in airtight container.
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These are times that work on my microwave oven. They might change a bit for you. The original times I had (and had to experiment with to get the times I’ve listed above) –-

4 minutes for first microwaving, 3 to 3 1/2 minutes for second, and 1 1/2 to 2 minutes for third

Good luck with this! I make 20 to 30 batches each Christmas season for friends and friends.

Anita Campbell\
Escondido, Californiia
anitacampbell@cox.net
posted November 30th, 2017  
@cathieg I've got about 12 batches made now! I have three 8 cup containers and make three at a time!
posted November 30th, 2017  
It does look very good. Well done.
posted November 30th, 2017  
YUM!!
posted December 1st, 2017  
Love it...but teeth! :)
posted December 1st, 2017  
I love this
posted December 3rd, 2017  
looks delicious and thanks for sharing the recipe. I bet everyone looks forward to your wonderful homemade gift.
posted December 3rd, 2017  
Wow... that must be a lot of work to make so much!!
posted December 4th, 2017  
And I'm sure it tastes delicious too!
posted December 4th, 2017  
wow, you even have recipe here. Got to give it a try.
posted December 4th, 2017  
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