Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

A real treat straight from the South for chocolate lovers.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix dry ingredients.
  2. Add can of evaporated milk.
  3. Cook until thick like gravy.
  4. Add butter and vanilla.
  5. When butter is melted and stirred in, serve over biscuits.
Most Helpful

I have to say I was pleasently suprised to find this recipe. Chocolate Gravy is one of those foods that isn't that well known these days, even in the south. (at least as far as younger folks go) I remember my mother fixing this when I was growing up, and telling me stories about her mother fixing it for her. Try this recipe. It may sound a bit odd, but it is a unique experience that you will enjoy.

Ivan Wine May 21, 2002

Hi Nancy, this stuff is awesome! This was one of the few treats we had growing up. I started to post a chocolate gravy recipe given to me by my mother before she passed away. Your recipe is so close to hers, and the fact that you use evaporated milk, gives me reason to instead add your version to my cookbook. You use a little more butter than mom did, but that's really the only difference. Thanks for posting.

Stoblogger December 02, 2009

This was awesome! Sounded weird to my family but they'll give anything a try once. I have extra sauce leftover & can't wait to make more biscuits. We had this for Saturday morning breakfast instead of pancakes & I served it alongside a ham & cheese omelet. Thanks for a really fun recipe, Nancy!

**Tinkerbell** January 31, 2009