Prep 30 mins
Cook 20 mins
found this recipe from 1971 in a box of recipe clippings at a Church garage sale have not tried this yet...
- Place sugar in a heavy 10" skillet --
- says you can use a teflon skillet and stir with wooden spoon.
- heat slowly, stirring constantly until sugar melts and forms a smooth golden syrup.
- remove from heat, blend in nuts and marshmallows --
- pour into buttered 9" square pan.when hard, break into pieces.
I had some miniature marshmallows I needed to use up and found this recipe intriguing. After looking on line I discovered that 1 cup of miniature marshmallows equals 8 large. For the full recipe I used 2 cups mini-marshamallows. This brittle does have a different texture than most. If I were to make it again I might use a larger pan. I used a 9x9 inch square pan and lined it with buttered foil. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I just didn't love this! it didn't have much flavor and tasted nothing like the brittle i'm used to. it was easy, but i just felt like it was missing something.
Good recipe , simple and fast. My family enjoyed it alot. Took more time then you would expect with the sugar to melt. But worth it :) I've never made brittle before, but this was alot to make. My daughter also enjoyed watching me make it.