This is one of my favorite recipes and I can’t believe I haven’t blogged about it yet. This microwave brittle is amazingly easy to make. Happily I can still eat it because I tested positive to only tree nuts! Happy little peanut legumes.
I can’t even remember where this recipe came from. I’ve had it for so long all I know is I makes it yearly and that it makes great gifts at Christmas time.
1 cup sugar
½ cup light corn syrup
1 cup roasted/salted nuts (your choice) – you can also use raw nuts if you don’t want all the salt
1 tsp. dairy free margarine
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. baking soda
Grease a baking sheet
In a 1 ½ quart microwave safe dish (I use a Pyrex) combine sugar & corn syrup
Cook on HIGH 4 minutes
Stir in peanuts
Cook on HIGH 3-5 minutes or until peanuts are light brown
Stir in dairy free margarine & vanilla, blend well
Cook on HIGH 1-2 minutes
Add baking soda and stir gently until light and foamy
Pour onto greased baking sheet
Let cool 30 minutes then break into pieces
Makes about 1 pound
- 1 cup sugar
- ½ cup light corn syrup
- 1 cup roasted/salted nuts your choice - you can also use raw nuts if you don't want all the salt
- 1 tsp. dairy free margarine
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- Grease a baking sheet
- In a 1 ½ quart microwave safe dish (I use a Pyrex) combine sugar & corn syrup
- Cook on HIGH 4 minutes
- Stir in peanuts
- Cook on HIGH 3-5 minutes or until peanuts are light brown
- Stir in dairy free margarine & vanilla, blend well
- Cook on HIGH 1-2 minutes
- Add baking soda and stir gently until light and foamy
- Pour onto greased baking sheet
- Let cool 30 minutes then break into pieces
- Makes about 1 pound
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