Hot Fudge Sauce

Yes. Another Everyday Food recipe I tested in my kitchen. I think there will be a few more coming your way, but we promise we have been trying out recipes from other sources too.

Without really noticing, I started making these recipes constantly at home because of Kristen’s obsession with Everyday Food videos. It was a way for us to cook together, since her recipes are so easy, and because Kristen now LOVES Sarah Carey. She wants to have her over for coffee.

This particular recipe is quick to make, and so much better than the bottled chocolate syrup. It’s made with unsweetened cocoa powder, so it has a rich, semi sweet flavor.  Just mix the ingredients in a pot, bring it to a boil and transfer to a jar.  I think this is a great idea for an item to include in a gift basket.

I used my hot fudge sauce to make sundaes with vanilla ice cream, strawberries and walnuts.   If you’re having a bad day…. have one of those.

Helga

Hot Fudge Sauce

Hot Fudge Sauce

Recipe from Everyday Food

Ingredients:
¼ cup light corn syrup
½ cup heavy cream
¼ cup (½ stick) unsalted butter
⅔ cup sugar
½ cup cocoa powder
Coarse salt

Directions:

  1. In a medium pot, combine corn syrup, cream, butter, sugar, cocoa powder, and pinch of salt; bring to a boil, whisking, over medium-high.
  2. Remove fudge sauce from heat and let cool slightly. (To store, refrigerate in an airtight container, up to 2 months.)

Hot Fudge Sauce

Hot Fudge Sauce

Hot Fudge Sauce

Hot Fudge Sauce

Hot Fudge Sauce

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