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Lisa Russell

The first batch I made burned, so I reduced the time to 5 minutes and then 1 minute, and it turned out fine.


6 minutes seems to have been too long in our microwave. The peanuts are actually almost burned in some spots and the whole mixture has a little bit of a burned taste to it. Boo!

Promising, but I'll need to fiddle with the time when we make it again.

Barbara in Minnesota

Peanut Brittle brings back such strong memories for me. I remember that in 2nd or 3rd grade that our class was making peanut brittle. We could join in as soon as we finished our math worksheets. I was (and still am) a very slow worker and I missed the entire peanut brittle activity. But, my mom and my hero, got the recipe and made it with me that afternoon! We had a blast together! Not all pleasant, but with a great ending! I'm going to make this with my 11 year old! Thanks for such a great blog...I love visiting!


Oh baby, I'm adding this to my list of treats to make this weekend! I can't promise that any of it will get to the neighbors, though. ;)

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