Easy Peanut Brittle – Low Carb Keto Desserts Recipe

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present a sweet little treat. My Peanut Brittle recipe. This easy to make,
low-carb recipe, can also be made with pecans for more of a praline taste.
Either way you won’t be disappointed. Let’s get started. Begin by adding 6
tablespoons of unsalted butter to a saucepan on medium heat; a granulated
sugar substitute equal to 1/2 a cup of regular sugar; add a sugar-free caramel
syrup. I love this syrup in my coffee as well. Now give a mix until the butter has
melted. Stir in some dry roasted, salted peanuts. Give a notice to how liquid this looks. Now the idea is to slowly cook and brown
the butter and evaporate the moisture. Stir as it continues to simmer and brown. As the moisture evaporates, it’ll thicken
up. This will take a few minutes, but you should end up with it looking something
like this. Turn off the heat and stir in some vanilla extract. Lay some parchment
paper over a baking sheet. Pour the peanuts over the top. Gently spread by lightly
pressing with a spatula. You want each peanut to touch the parchment paper
without spreading away from the others. Let rest and cool for 30 minutes. You’ll
know it’s cooled when it’s hardened a bit and able to form cracks when gently
lifted. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour to set. When fully set, you can separate
with a knife, but I think it’s much easier just to use your hands to break
them into pieces. This stores nicely in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
There you have it folks! My Peanut Brittle recipe. A nice little low-carb
treat when that sweet tooth craving comes a-callin’. I hope you enjoyed this
video. If you did, please like and consider subscribing. Thanks for watching
and I’ll see you next time!

31 Replies to “Easy Peanut Brittle – Low Carb Keto Desserts Recipe”

  1. You surprised me with peanut brittle! 🥜
    That’s something I did not expect to see on LC.
    Ha, but then again, when trying to lose weight a couple of years back, I thought cheesecake was outlawed. 😆

  2. Yum…. when I hit my weight loss goal and can go back to eating butter this is got to be one of the first things that I make after a nice big juicy steak with a pat of butter LOL

  3. WOW Papa G! Can't wait to make this one! Thank you! You are amazing! Still waiting on a tuna recipe from you LOL!

  4. Thank you Papa G
    I'll try this today 💖 I love your recipes so much, tasty, easy to make and simple ingredients . Perfection🤗❤

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  6. This is amazing with pecans. I added a few too many halves and left them "unconnected" to the rest, so they are candied pecans. Both parts are delicious!

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