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This fudge-like recipe is a mixture of chocolates and peanut butter. It is very smooth, unlike fudge. The best holiday treats or given as a gift.
This recipe only calls for 3 ingredients, so you do not have to buy a ton of ingredients for this recipe.
Milk Chocolate Baking Chocolate: I prefer to use the Baking Chocolate from Aldi, which the brand is Baking Corner. If you do not have one close to you, you can also get from Walmart or Meijer. I do not suggest getting from Kroger as their package is only 16 ounces, not 24.
White Chocolate Baking Chocolate: See the above info and follow the same thing!
Creamy Peanut Butter: I use Jif, but you can buy other brands if you desire.
1 pkg (24 oz.) Milk Chocolate Almond Bark (Aldi Brand is best - Bakers Corner)
1 pkg (24 oz.) White Chocolate Almond Bark (Aldi Brand is best - Bakers Corner)
3/4 cup Creamy Peanut Butter
Line a 9 X 13 casserole dish with wax paper or parchment paper.
Put milk chocolate in a mixing bowl. (I use the batter bowl from Pampered Chef.)
Melt the Milk Chocolate in the microwave for 3 minutes. Stir until the chunks are out. Pour into the casserole dish.
Melt the White Chocolate in the microwave for 3 minutes. Stir until the chunks are out.
Add the Peanut Butter into the white chocolate. Stir them together.
Pour the white chocolate mixture on top of the milk chocolate evenly.
Use a butter knife to swirl the chocolates gently from the bottom of the pan to make a tiger stripe mixture without mixing too much.
Let it set for 1 hour.
After the 1 hour, cut to score. Let set for another 3 hours.
Cut again to remove from the pan.
Finished Product put into a container.
Do not use baking chips or melting chip discs. Also, do not use Kroger or any other store that only carry the 16 ounce package. Do not let the chocolate harden when microwaving them.
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