Two Minute Peanut Brittle
This is a delicious brittle candy that you can whip up in just a couple of minutes. You can be creative with this and use toffee, pistachios, or other nuts.
Microwave Oven Peanut Brittle
I have used this for years and it is very good; much easier than the traditional method and tastes just as good.
This peppermint brittle is a Christmastime treat! This holiday confection is gobbled up quickly by guests and is so easy to make. The cool crunch of peppermint with creamy white chocolate is a divine combination.
Hot Cinnamon Peanut Brittle
This is a peanut brittle I concocted from several different recipes I have seen and used for peanut brittle over the years. It's a fun twist on the standard brittle and tastes like a mix between hot cinnamon candies and peanut brittle.
Mom's Best Peanut Brittle
This is a wonderful peanut brittle that is easy to make and wows everyone! Have all the ingredients for this recipe measured out and ready. This recipe requires that you react quickly. You do not have time to measure ingredients in between steps.
Easy Microwave Cashew Brittle
This recipe is so fast and easy, you won't believe how good it tastes!
Old-Fashioned Peanut Brittle
Old-fashioned peanut brittle just like Grandma used to make--simple and good!!
Microwave Bacon Brittle
I made this recipe for my husband and friends. It's a huge hit that I make every Christmas for gifts. It's perfect for any bacon lover. I personally think this tastes better the second day.
Microwave Peanut Brittle
This is a wonderful recipe but you should only make it once a year, because you can't stop eating it.
Pumpkin Seed Brittle
This quick and easy pumpkin seed brittle is addictive and makes a great food gift, too.
Grandma Myrna's Honey-Walnut Brittle
After several failed attempts at making homemade brittle, I finally got some sense and called my Grandma Myrna! She gave me this recipe for brittle made in the microwave, and I had instant success! The best tips she gave were to 'work quickly, have everything pre-measured out, and for goodness' sake, don't burn yourself!'