Mock Peanut Brittle

Chewy Cornflake and Peanut Brittle
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Ingredients

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1 cup Corn syrup light
1 cup Sugar
1 cup Peanut butter
8 cups Corn flakes cereal
Cooking spray or oil

Nutritional information

168
calories
5,5g
fat
29,1g
carbohydrates
3,3g
protein
0mg
cholesterol
125mg
sodium
Ingredients

Mock Peanut Brittle

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This Mock Peanut Brittle really is a child’s delight. A perfect baking recipe to involve the little ones in. A simple mixture of light corn syrup, white sugar, peanut butter and some corn flakes.

Ready quickly and makes a lot so that’s always a positive with the kids too! Add chocolate chips or colorful sprinkles for added colors and textures. This is a fun recipe! 

To make Mock Peanut Brittle, you will need the following ingredients:

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Steps to make Mock Peanut Brittle

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Grease pan

Grease one 9x13-inch baking pan with oil or cooking spray.

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Combine corn syrup and sugar

In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, combine 1 cup of light corn syrup and 1 cup of white sugar and stir constantly until the sugar has dissolved.

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2

Add peanut butter

Add 1 cup of peanut butter and stir until completely combined.

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Done
4

Add cornflakes

In a mixing bowl, pour the mixture over 8 cups of corn flakes cereal and gently mix to coat well.

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Done
1h

Cool

Evenly spread the mixture into the greased pan and allow it to cool completely.

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Done

Serve

Cut into 24 pieces and serve!

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Recipe Reviews

Average Rating:
(4.9)
Total Reviews: 9
Coraline Allrich

Who needs the ole' cereal and milk deal when you can just whip this up? Honestly one of the easiest breakfast recipes I've ever made, along with the "Sunny-side-up dessert".

Zoie Heighes

Awfully sweet!! I decided to make it again but with a lot less sugar and it came out better than before, I'd recommend half a cup if you're only making it for yourself, unless you have a huge sweet tooth, this will be way too sugary for you.

Susanna Kulach

Normally I really hate cornflakes since they have little to no flavour and leave a bad after taste in your mouth, but this Peanut brittle really hits the spot.Everything mixed together makes the cornflakes more delicious than I could have ever imagined.

Maryjane Jedziniak

I'm in love with this breakfast! I added some raisins to mine and had it with coffee, super tasty and you can have it alongside anything!

Angelique Lien

This is a pretty neat peanut recipe since it's so easy to make, I usually add some yogurt to mine too, love it!

Emmy Skorski

My kids never complain about eating breakfast now, I used to make them oatmeal but they prefer this any day and everyday! Makes my life a whole lot easier, thanks for sharing :)

Bellamy Kirbo

Really tasty and quick to make,thanks for sharing this.

Lillianna Kimmel

I love eating this with my forest fruit tea besides me each morning, very delicious and little to no ingredients needed.

Athina

Delicious! Thanks for sharing recipe!

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