Peanut Brittle

Peanut Brittle

Look at all those Peanuts!  Our old fashioned peanut brittle is just like Grandma used to make. We put in about twice as many nuts as most recipes, and only make our nut brittle in small batches. The result – an exceptional brittle that is so very good.

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Gift Tin
Gift Tin
Home Box
Home Box
Gift Tin
No. 96 - 1lb 8oz
No. 4096 - case of 4 - 6lb total
No. 6096 - case of 6 - 9lb total
No. 9096 - case of 9 - 13lb 8oz total
Home Box
No. 98 - 2lb 12oz
No. 3098 - case of 3 - 8lb 4oz total

Categories:  Goodies Gourmet Candies

  • Description

    Product Description

    We make our homemade, old fashioned peanut brittle the way it has been made for generations. First we slow cook the ingredients in one of our large mixers and then hand pull it on our own custom-made candy table. Our experience pulling brittle goes back to the 1950’s and we are sure that you will be able to tell the difference between Sunnyland’s and the kind you buy at the store.  The same way you can tell the difference in a Sunnyland pecan versus a store bought pecan.

    Our homemade peanut brittle has almost twice as many peanuts as most other brittles as well so you will be sure to taste the “peanut” in the peanut brittle. This gives our brittle an extra delicious, nutty taste that is crunchy down to the last piece.

    Packaging Options

    Peanut Brittle from Sunnyland Farms' comes in either an attractive gift tin or a home box. Based on the popularity of this gourmet candy, we recommend the box!

    Other Nut Brittle and Gourmet Candy

    Be sure to try our homemade pecan brittle or homemade cashew brittles as well. Or you can try all three brittles in one convenient box or gift tin. 

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  • Additional Information
    Packaging home box / bulk, signature tin, gift tin
    Ingredients peanuts
    Specialties sweet, gift
  • Reviews

    I got this as a gift and it's very good. Two problems: 1) Too much brittle for the peanuts. This makes it too rich and sweet. 2) The order size is too big. 3 lbs (almost) is a lot of peanut brittle, and that's your smallest size. You should sell it by the pound, with one pound as a minimum order.

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