My Grandfather use to love peanut brittle, he would often get it when we would go to a fair or carnival, what is a shame it that it is so easy to make but I was so young then that I could not make it at the time .. so peanut brittle has really fond memories for me
So seeing to day is National Peanut Brittle Day I just had to find you a recipe to that you can make
This is a really easy recipe as it only takes 3 ingredients .. great to make for the holiday season too
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Here below is a list of the ingredients you will need from the website and the video tutorial from YouTube
Peanut brittle is so simple to make. It’s a great recipe for the Holidays. I always make up a nice batch at Christmas time. This recipe uses 3 simple ingredients. You can, however, alter it according to your taste. For example, you could add vanilla, corn syrup, cinnamon, or butter. Give this simple recipe a try and let us know what you think.
- 1 cup of white granulated sugar
- 2 tbsp of water
- 1/2 cup of peanuts (with or without skin, salted or unsalted)
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National Peanut Brittle Day
One can celebrate National Peanut Brittle Day on any day of the week and month, but that’s too much, isn’t it? That is why there is a special day for this candy – January 26.
Brittle is considered as one of the first candy desserts ever made. There are different opinions how it appeared. One says, that the Irish liked eating sugarcoated peanuts. Later they started adding syrup to peanuts that evolved into a caramel bark. According to another opinion, peanut brittle was a Celtic dessert, who were covering nuts with sugar and baked them. Sugar melted, thus creating the first peanut brittle.
Brittle is very popular in the USA, that is why National Peanut Brittle Day exists to honor this sweet treat. Try to make your own peanut brittle, but remember, that you will need a candy thermometer to regulate the temperature of caramel. By the way, don’t cook brittle on a humid day, because candy won’t hold it’s shape. Tricky, don’t you think so? If yes, then just buy peanut brittle in a nearby candy shop to celebrate the holiday.
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