These adorable, bite-size squares are made with crunchy peanut butter, delivering maximum peanutty flavor and a crunchy, flaky texture that reminds us of one of our favorite junky candy bars (nobody's gonna lay a finger on . . . our peanut frittle!), but with a way shorter ingredient list.
Confectioner Carrie Abbott started Newfangled Confections with a single idea: retro candy as a gift. That’s how her genius combinations of sugar and peanut became Frittle – the tender, buttery bite of fudge + the salty-sweet snap of brittle. And, she packs them up in adorable kraft paper boxes, so no wrapping paper necessary.
Peanut brittle makes for a sweet gift, but why not keep a box for yourself? Lift the recycled kraft paper lid and pop a piece of the candy that earned Indiana Artisan distinction in its first year.
Peanut butter, sugar, corn syrup, salt. Comes in a 4 oz box.
NOTE: Made in a facility that also processes coconut and sesame seeds.
(if not, how abouta ginger ale?)