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This was super easy and they came out really nice. I used a cookie sheet and they were just the right thickness. I have my own recipe for Tiger Butter but it doesn't use bark and I had extra white bark coating that I wanted to use up, so I decided to try this recipe. Everyone loved it and I put some away for my holiday trays. Thanks for sharing!
If you are looking for a fast, easy and very tasty candy, then you have found your recipe. The microwave directions for this version of Tiger Butter are very accurate. The candy looks and tastes wonderful. Thanks!
Loved the flavor of this and it's easy to make. For me this was too soft at room temperature, so it couldn't be used for gifts. I spread this in a cookie sheet and the candy was very thin. I would have preferred it thicker using a 9x13 pan.
Tastes great, very easy to make. I spread mine in a cookie sheet and it worked very well. I didn't have the mini chips, just regular so I heated the oven on low just a couple minutes and popped the pan in to melt down the chips for step 6.
Thanks for a great looking, great tasting candy! I used the chunky peanut butter & a very rounded cup of chips! Did the cookie sheet version since I wanted thin pieces to savor! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick-A-Chef]
This was better than a Reese's. YUMMY
This recipe was delicious. However, my microwave melted everything quite quickly and my chocolate chips did NOT melt well so it was difficult to make it even with colors and such.
This is the same recipe I've been using for years. I first tasted this wonderful treat when my sister bought some at The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. The recipe was printed a year or so later in the local paper. This candy is so simple to make and tastes wonderful. Thanks for sharing!
Pretty good, thanks for posting.
Very easy to make, but also very rich. I have shared this with my neighbor and she wants that recipe. Thanks for sharing.