The remarkable confection above is the invention of a teeny food company in Kingston, Washington, called Mirracole Morsels. A combination of caramel, peanuts and peanut butter, the candy is flaky, crisp and chewy all at once. The secret to the light, layered texture is the aerating power of the baking soda, which gets stirred into hot caramel before it’s folded into melted peanut butter. “Miracle Peanut Butter Crunch has that Butterfinger taste and texture,” says Nicole Haley, the owner of Mirracole Morsels. “That’s the magic.”
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1. START THE CARAMEL
In a saucepan, boil sugar with light corn syrup, water and unsalted butter.