Tiger Butter

Posted by Mandy on December 12th, 2011. Filed under: Candies, Chocolate, Christmas, Desserts, Gifts from the Kitchen, Holiday Favorites, Kids Can Help.

I have no idea where this recipe originated since we’ve been making it every Christmas for as long as I can remember, but I would love to personally thank whoever came up with it. As you all know, I’m a bit of a peanut butter and chocolate addict. You put the two of those things together and I am sure to love whatever it is. This treat is no exception. In fact, it’s so good that I only allow myself to make it one time of year, at Christmas. Truth be told, I took this photo last year but never had the chance to blog it before Christmas passed. I haven’t posted it since because I didn’t want it to get lost in the posts and then forgotten about when Christmas rolled around this year. So here ‘ya go, do yourself a favor and make some of this ASAP!


Tiger Butter

1 (16 oz) package white chocolate chips

1 (16 oz) package semi-sweet chocolate chips

1 (12 oz) jar crunchy peanut butter

Prepare a sheet pan by lining it with waxed paper; set aside. In a double boiler, melt white chocolate and peanut butter until creamy. Pour peanut butter/white chocolate mixture onto the waxed paper. Melt chocolate chips in the double boiler; pour over peanut butter mixture. Run a knife through mixture to swirl the mixtures together; refrigerate until set. Break into pieces.

5 Responses to Tiger Butter

  1. Joan K

    Okay, so I am going crazy with your yummy treats…going to make two for boxes for gifts…what are your favs? Was all set with the fudge, but these look amazing..and the mint??? This sounds just delish! Hope all is well…Joan K

  2. Mandy

    Hmmm…I’m not sure I could narrow it down to just two. I definitely love the Tiger Butter and the Fudge, but the Peanut Butter Krunches (posted last year) are probably my absolutely FAVORITE Christmas candy ever!

  3. Katy A

    Hey Mandy! I don’t know exactly where this recipe originated but the last place I know it was published was in Southern Sideboards. It’s one of my absolute favorites so I’m glad to know that others love it too! AND it’s so easy to make!!!

  4. Joan K

    Made it this am for my dtr’s Hanukah party…just delish! Put a small bit of blue and white sprinkles on half and red and green on the other! She will be so happy.. Hope all is well!

  5. Loria

    I got the recipe from Come On In and have been making it for several years. People LOVE this! Thanks for sharing!

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