|Peanuts (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Presents facts about the peanut, including where and how it is grown, harvested, and marketed, and what other products are made from peanuts.
Tip: Try brittle coconut for more results.
1 - 10 of 12 for peanut brittle coconut
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Bring to a ... 4 ingredients. Add peanuts. Cook and ... same 1/2 cup coconut before adding soda. ... and vanilla. Spread out on well-greased cookie sheet.
In a 2 ... brown. Stir in coconut and microwave for ... cookie sheet; spread to 1/4 inch thickness. Cool and break into pieces. Yields: 1 pound of candy.
Cook sugar, water, ... Quickly stir in peanuts and coconut. Spread as ... over. When cool, break into pieces and store in a tight container. Makes 40 pieces.
Combine sugar, peanuts, and corn ... heat. Stir in coconut and orange rind. ... pans (work quickly). Let cool and break into pieces. Yield: About 1 pound.
Stir together sugar, ... brown. Stir in coconut and vanilla into ... cookie sheet, spreading to 1/4 inch thickness. Cool and break into pieces. Yield 1 pound
In a large ... heat 230°F; add peanuts or coconut. Stir with ... from heat; add butter, vanilla and baking soda. Stir. Cool 1 hour. Crack and serve.
Cook sugar and ... Add nuts or coconut or leave plain. ... sheet. NOTE: Use large bowl because of boiling syrup mixture. Large bowl prevents boiling over.
Put sugar, corn ... After half minute, take hold of edges of sheet, pull brittle as thin as possible, breaking into irregular pieces, after brittle is cool.
Stir together sugar, ... in vanilla and coconut, if desired, ... minutes or until hard crack stage is reached. Add baking soda, stir until light and foamy.
Pour sugar, corn syrup and water into saucepan. Cook, stirring only until sugar is dissolved. Continue cooking until sugar begins to turn light brown ...
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