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Tiger Bark

When I making holiday candy I like to have a few quick and easy recipes. But, I still want them to be really good. This recipe fits that category. It is so easy and yet so good. I have made this several times over the years and it is always a hit. This recipe is so easy even the non cook can do this one. This recipe works for me.

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  1. kpmattingly says:

    I have marked this to make! Looks yummy and very easy! Thanks!

  2. Jenn @ Casa de Castro says:

    As a dyed-in-the-wool peanut butter fanatic and chocoholic, I MUST try this! My husband and I have a Christmas party to attend this weekend, and I’m going to make this to take. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

    Thanks for posting the recipe. Have an awesome day in the Lord!

  3. This looks really good! I think I’m going to make some for my sister in law for Christmas =)

  4. Thanks for stopping by Holes in My Shiny Veneer for WFMW! I stopped by for a visit myself and found this yummy recipe.

    Marking it to make along with our peppermint bark!

  5. thank you so much for this recipe….I made it this morning and my hubby just raved, so I have now addedit to the list of candies I will make every year. I have 4 bags ready to go as gifts.

  6. Hubs is a ridiculous PB fiend. He will just love this.


  7. This looks so good!

    We’d love for you to come link it up to our 12 Days of Christmas Goodies! Today we are featuring…. BARK (and I think this is perfect)!


  8. How long will this last after it’s made (meaning sitting around. I know it might get eaten long before it goes bad!) Making things for Christmas, and I like to make as much ahead of time as I can (and sometimes freeze it)

    • I have made this a week ahead and it has been fine. It never lasted much longer than that at our house, but it would probably last a little longer than that if kept in the fridge. I have never frozen it. I hope that helps and that you enjoy it.


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