Tiger Bark

This recipe was brought to me by the lovely Cranch sisters. And it was passed to them from the Delta Delta Delta house mom at LSU. So, I trusted that this would be a delicious addition to the BCS national championship party I will be attending this evening. It’s super easy and not many ingredients so you definitely still have time to make this for your party!

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You’ll need:
White Almond Bark
Chocolate chips
Peanut Butter

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Break up the almond bark. Look at that awesome hand model!

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Place the broken almond bark in a bowl and microwave for 1 minute.

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Mix it up even though it’ll be pretty chunky. Microwave for 15 second intervals, stirring in between until completely melted.

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Melty goodness.

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Add about 3 heaping spoonfuls of peanut butter.

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Starting to get a little tiger color there!

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Pour mixture onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

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Smooth out with a spoon.

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Now time for the chocolate. Melt it the same way you did the almond bark.

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Once the chocolate is pretty hot, stir for a while before heating again. It might melt on its own as your stir. Chocolate burns easily so try not to overheat it.

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Pour melted chocolate over almond bark mixture.

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Smooth out with a spoon.

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Use a fork to draw in the “tiger stripes”.

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Place pan in the fridge and let completely cool. About 30min or so.

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Then use a knife and break into bite size pieces.

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This would also be great over pretzels or even cookie dough. Get creative!

Geaux Tigers!!