Tigers Milk, Tigers Butter, Tiger Fudge
Tigers Milk Nutrition Bars
Have you ever heard of a chocolate candy called Tigers Milk? If so, I need the recipe.
I tasted it years ago.
I had never heard of Tigers Milk chocolate candy before you asked about it, so I had to do a search myself to see if I could discover more about this interesting sounding treat.
Well, I'm not sure if what I've found is what you are looking for. It seems there is a Tigers Milk "nutritional bar" that's been around for many years (since the 60's) that is peanut butter flavored.
Tigers Milk Bars can sometimes be found at health food shops and grocery stores where the nutritional bars are kept, but apparently they can also be hard to find.
Here's a couple of places you can find Tigers Milk nutritional bars online...
Believe it or not, you can also find them on eBay!
Who would have thought?
Tiger Butter or Tiger Fudge Recipe
The other option I found was something called Tigers Butter, which may be what you are really looking for since you asked for a recipe. It's a mixture of white chocolate, milk chocolate, and peanut butter.
Here's a simple recipe...
- 1 package of milk chocolate chips or pieces
- 1 package of white chocolate chips or pieces
- 3/4 cup of peanut butter (chunky or smooth)
- Melt white chocolate and milk chocolate separately. You can even use the microwave if you be careful to stir every minute and don't overheat the chocolate.
- Add the peanut butter to the chocolate and stir until well combined. You can add it all to one type of chocolate, share it evenly between the two or proportion it any way you please. It would be fun to experiment and discover which combo you like best.
- Drop alternating "blobs" off white and milk chocolate into a prepared (foil lined and greased) 8x8 pan. Finally, gently run a butter knife through the mixture to give it the tiger swirl effect.
- Allow chocolate mixture to set. You can refrigerate it if desired to speed up the process. Lift from pan and cut into squares.
This treat is also sometimes called Tiger Fudge. But, Tigers Milk, Tigers Butter, Tiger Fudge, call it what you will, it certainly sounds like something worth trying. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!