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Toffee/Peanut Brittle on Bar Pan?

pchefinski

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Has anyone tried making toffee/peanut brittle on their bar pan? Will the cool (room temp) pan crack when you pour hot toffee/peanut brittle on it?
Thanks :)
 
Sep 20, 2004
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:) I have used the bar pan for both and it works great, the only trouble I had was with the toffee, when it cooled and the butter set up I couldn't get it out of the pan so I just put it in a warm oven until it softened up and it came right out. For the peanut brittle make sure to use plenty of butter in the pan so that it comes out. This year I loosened it when it was still slightly warm. Have not had a problem with putting the hot mix in, you could put the pan in a warm oven so the temp. change wouldn't be as drastic.

Laura
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fruit76loop

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Fabulous

Use parchment paper in your pan and they come out great!
 

pchefinski

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Thanks :) I'm going to make both of these (I think) and some peppermint bark for our church Christmas service next weekend..
 

its_me_susan

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Will you please share the recipes???
 

pchefinski

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I hope this is not a crime!! -- They're not PC recipes! :D

Peanut Brittle: http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/Recipe.aspx?recipeId=34628

Peppermint Bark: http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/recipe.aspx?recipeId=34626

Toffee: http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/recipe.aspx?recipeId=36113

Well, even if they aren't PC recipes, at least it'll show that you can use PC for everything and anything!!
 

its_me_susan

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Thank you Amanda!!! Yum! Some of my favorite cookies recipes are not PC recipes, but I still use the tools to make them. :)
 
Nov 23, 2005
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I was going to suggest the parchment paper too or a spritz of cooking spray wouldn't hurt. The recipes sound yummy. Thanks for sharing. :)
 

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