Top Rated Peanut Patty Recipes

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Tonkcats
Add red food coloring while beating to peanut patties. You can also substitute pecans, too.
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Alydia Friend
These are the pink or red peanut patties you find at gas stations, only much, much better!
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staceyelee
This came from my Nanny's collection. I think it is from a neighbor that made AMAZING candy. In TX the weather has to be just right for candy making. I have made this twice so far and out of 2 times got it perfect once.
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1Steve
Texas style candy. I have not tried this it for a posted request.
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Cyber Kitchen
Peanut Pattie Sue's Microwave Peanut Patties
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tippystclair
Growing up I remember travelling from Kansas to Oklahoma with my parents and sister to visit my mother's relatives. I remember buying those red peanut patties when we stopped for gas. They are so good, one at a time! True tooth rotters they are!
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Chef #667146
I tried another peanut pattie candy and it turned out like peanut brittle. So this sent me on a mission to find another one. I just found this recipe. And am going to try this over the weekend. I will let you know of my Success. I got this recipe from a website called Taste of Home (from Evelyn).
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Chef #853399
There was a candy co., "Tom's," in the South that made these wonderful pink peanut patties. This recipe tastes just as yummy! It's the raw peanuts -they're not cooked to roasted stage. I adapted the recipe from stove-top directions back in the late 60's. It's so easy my sons made it, too, as kids. No scorching, no continuous stirring: let the microwave work for you. I use a 2-qt. glass measuring cup with handle, a wooden spoon for stirring and have a glass lid that fits. The handle helps when the candy hits over 200* The cooling pad of waxed paper over newspaper keeps the wax from sticking to your counter top. Time numbers in brackets are for double batch. See the companion recipe for Pecan Pralines. Both are great for gifts!
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m-ann
These are kind of like peanut brittle cookies! Sugar, corn syrup, butter, vanilla extract and red food coloring are microwaved with peanuts to make these simple, no bake cookies.
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Tonkcats
yum
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Nogwoman
Well, Not exactly patties, more like small burgers or schnitzels but with no meat and no milk! My sister in law brought it once to a family dinner and we all devoured it in minutes. Thank you Efrat! Yummies that won't last 5 minutes anywhere. (Especially if you dip them in Sweet Chilly Sauce).
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LoriLee in TX
An old recipe that my Sunday School teacher used to make for us during the holidays.
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