|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 candy molasses for more results.
1 - 8 of 8 for peanut candy molasses
Combine butter, molasses and confectionery sugar. ... large fork, stir mixture until cereal is well coated. Pack in greased pan and chill in refrigerator.
Heat popped corn, salt and peanuts in double-boiler top. ... water, sugar and molasses. Cook over ... Cool; store in airtight containers. Yields 1 pounds.
Combine ingredients and ... decrease milk. For more iron increase molasses and decrease honey. A chocolate chip or pecan in center is a delightful surprise.
Boil 10 minutes. Add peanuts just before taking from the fire. Pour in buttered pan. Let cool and cut in squares.
Combine all the dry ingredients in a bowl; combine all the liquid ingredients in a large bowl. Add the dry mixture to the liquid. If batter is too ...
This recipe belonged ... quart of roasted peanuts and have ready. ... one pint of molasses. Be careful ... will make sticky candy. Boil until ... knife handle when cold.
Combine sugar, syrup, ... (300 degrees). (A candy thermometer is a must.) Stir in molasses and butter. Continue ... quickly stir in peanuts and soda. It ... place. Makes 2 pounds.
Combine in a ... degrees on a candy thermometer stirring often. 3 cups peanuts or any other ... without spreading. Cool. Break into pieces. Makes 2 1/2 pounds.
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