$1,000 peanut brittle cookies recipe (1953)
Fill your cookie jar today with these really different, prize-winning cookies made with French’s pure vanilla and fresh-ground cinnamon.
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Be sure to also see the bonus recipe for a version made with peanut brittle — the version from 1976 is below!
How to make peanut brittle cookies
BONUS: Peanut brittle cookies recipe (from 1976)
Cookies are always popular. They are a favorite dessert for the lunch box crowd or with milk after school. Next time, treat your family to the chewy, crunchy goodness of peanut brittle cookies!
Peanut brittle cookies are easy, economical and delicious. Simply combine crushed peanut brittle with the basic cookie dough, drop by the spoonful onto greased baking sheets, and place them in the oven to bake. You can crush the peanut brittle easily by placing it between sheets of wax paper on a board and pounding it with a mallet. The unusual flavor of peanut brittle will bring pleasant calls for more. Why not bake a second batch?
Or, for that family member away from home, wrap each cookie individually and send them on their way. The surprise will be remembered for a long time, and requests for more are sure to follow.