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Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment. The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

Reviewed Peanut Brittle

Dec 21, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Well, unfortunately we used wax paper to roll the mixture out (we've always used it wherever we see a recipe call for parchment.) The paper seems to have fused with the candy.

Still tastes good!

I'd recommend just poring it on a buttered baking sheet and do the best you can with the spoon or spatula to flatten...

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