Tiger Butter

Deborah Jean Schmidt


1st recipe my girls made "all by themself"

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20 Min


1 pkg
white bark candy coating, melted
1/3 c
peanut butter, creamy
2 Tbsp
heavy whipping cream
3/4 c
semi-sweet chocolate chips


2 c
pretzel sticks


1Line 13x9 pan w/ foil.
Melt white candy in microwave safe bowl (4-cup);
takes less than 3 minutes usually.
Stir in peanut butter. Spread this in pan.
2Melt chocolate chips in bowl w/ 1-2 Tbl heavy whipping cream. When well blended, drizzle over peanut butter layers & swirl w/ knife (to make 'tiger stripes').Chill & break of cut into bite-size pieces, OR:
3Optional: I have added a layer of pretzel sticks to the pan before the peanut butter layer. This makes a really tasty, crunchy alternative presentation.
Disclaimer: Kids still love the richness of the un-adulterated TB fudge.
Also, don't try to add the pretzels if making houses:
I have an iron gingerbread house pan/mold.
I have made houses out of this candy b/c it holds its shape at room temperature once it's set up in the fridge.
TO do this way takes a few extra steps, mainly b/c you can only make 1/2 a house per pan, so this will need to be chilled in smaller batches.
FYI, The remaining chocolate can hold on the ledge/at room temp & even be resoftened in the microwave as needed.
Also, I do not combined the pb & chocolate until in whatever pan (or mold) you choose to use in order to preserve the stripes.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: Southern
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #peanut, #butter, #easy, #fudge