National Peanut Brittle Day - January 26

NATIONAL PEANUT BRITTLE DAY

National Peanut Brittle Day is observed on January 26. A hard, flat candy confection, peanut brittle is enjoyed throughout the United States.

Peanut Brittle includes caramelized sugar or corn syrup. Nuts are added to the molten sugar and then pour onto a flat surface such as granite or marble and smoothed into a thin sheet. The candy cools into a hard, brittle treat that is broken into smaller pieces. Some of the best brittles are hand stretch into a thin, easily cracked candy that melts in the mouth.

The history of peanut brittle is uncertain, though one legend says it was all a mistake. The story goes that a southern woman was making taffy and instead of using cream of tartar, she used baking soda by accident.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Try this peanut brittle recipe:

Mom’s Best Peanut Brittle recipe.

Use #PeanutBrittleDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Within our research, we were unable to identify the creator of National Peanut Brittle Day.  

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