Betty Crocker has a simple and easy-to-follow recipe for peanut brittle made with unroasted peanuts. The recipe takes two hours to prepare and cook; it makes 72 servings.
A peanut brittle recipe from Betty Crocker uses 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, 1 1/2 cups of sugar, 1 cup of corn syrup and 3 tablespoons of butter, as well as 1 pound of unroasted shelled peanuts and water. The recipe makes old-fashioned peanut ...
To make old-fashioned peanut brittle, gather granulated sugar, water, light corn syrup, butter and roasted peanuts. The recipe also calls for baking soda and a candy thermometer.
Recipes for homemade peanut brittle are available on Epicurious.com, FoodNetwork.com, MyRecipes.com, BettyCrocker.com and LandOLakes.com. Aside from peanuts, the main ingredients for making peanut brittle typically include sugar, corn syrup, butter, water and baking sod...
Make peanut brittle in the microwave by cooking the peanut and syrup mixture until it turns golden and thick. Stir in the final ingredients and spread the candy on a parchment-lined baking sheet to cool. Microwaving peanut brittle eliminates the constant stirring of the...
To make peanut brittle in the microwave, sugar, corn syrup and salt are combined and microwaved before adding peanuts and butter and microwaving again. Baking soda and vanilla extract are added to the mixture before allowing to cool on a baking sheet.
A simple recipe for granola peanut butter balls from Food Network calls for a combination of granola, peanut butter, honey and milk. An easy oatmeal peanut butter ball recipe is available on the ABC website, and a straightforward chocolate-coated peanut butter ball reci...