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Delicious side dish made from peanut brittle and whipped cream

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The taste of this amazing recipe of crushed peanut brittle mixed with whipped cream and other ingredients will leave you thinking about it long after it is gone. It truly is an amazing dish and should be a Christmas tradition in every household! The flavors from the ingredients blend so well together, they create a unique and absolutely delicious taste.

Originally this recipe was called “ground glass” – not an appealing description, and so misleading. You will absolutely love the taste and everyone will be amazed at the ingredients. It will become your new favorite for the holidays – a tradition is born!

Grandma Reavey’s Peanut Brittle Whip Recipe

Ingredients for Peanut Brittle Whip:

  • ½ pound peanut brittle, crushed but not too finely
  • 6 dates, chopped
  • ½ cup miniature marshmallows
  • ¼ cup maraschino cherries, chopped
  • 1 cup whipped topping

Directions for making Peanut Brittle Whip:

Combine crushed peanut brittle, chopped dates, marshmallows, and maraschino cherries. Mix with the whipped topping. Refrigerate at least ½ hour prior to serving. Put a couple maraschino cherries on the top for garnish.
(From Great Grandma Reavey who made it every Christmas while my father was growing up.)

Other great side dishes:

Sweet potatoes salad recipe – delicious!

Salad with dates and parmesan

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