Turn to this old-fashioned brittle recipe when you want to make homemade candy. With both microwave and stovetop instructions, this candy recipe is so easy to make in large batches for holiday gifts. Drizzle with dark chocolate and candy corn or crunch it up and sprinkle on a candied apple for a Halloween treat.
The Best Nut Brittle You’ll Ever Make: Easy, delicious, and done in under 30 minutes. I first made this recipe in Mrs. B’s classroom, and it’s been a highly requested holiday favorite ever since. Its light, airy bite, top-notch flavor, and doesn’t-get-stuck-in-your-teeth consistency make it worth putting aside any microwave (or corn syrup)
This classic peanut brittle recipe is easy to make, full of buttery peanut flavor, and is great for packaging up as holiday gifts. Peanut Brittle One of the best things about the holidays is biting into a crunchy, butter shard of peanut brittle.