I made a half batch using UNSWEETENED chocolate squares and crunchy peanut butter, melting everything together except the 2% milk and vanilla, in a 750 watt microwave, in 2 minute increments for a total of 4 minutes. I then stirred in the vanilla and about 3 1/2 tablespoons 2% milk because I thought the sauce was a little thick. The sweetness was perfect! Tagged for Zaar Stars ~
This is simply totally outstanding! My whole family were going crazy - especially when DH exclaimed that 'it might be the best thing I ever tasted' and proceeded to walk off with the bowI which led to our youngest hanging on to his shirt to stop him :) HAHA. I cut the recipe back by half and used a 300 ml can of sweetened cond milk which is around 10 oz, in effect cutting the sweetened cond milk back by 1/3. Even half a recipe gave lots of yummy sauce that will stretch far, unless DH gets his hands on it. It seriously took only 3 min to make. This is going straight into my 'Best of 2011' file.
We loved this recipe. The peanut butter made it very yummy. Made for holiday tag.
This recipe as is, tastes more like a sugary syrup. I can't help but wonder if the 28 oz. of sweetened condensed milk is a typo. I reduced the sweetened condensed milk to a 14 oz. can and it was a lot better, but I still could hardly taste the peanut butter and it needed a stronger chocolate flavor. I added 2 more ounces of chocolate and another tablespoon of peanut butter and it was wonderful.
Made this as written and we all loved it. We served it with ice cream. This was easy to make. The kids said this is one recipe I can make again LOL.
wonderful chocolate sauce BK, my peanut butter-loving DS enjoyed this on ice cream for dessert, I will make again soon!
We liked this sauce. I think we might like it even more with less condensed milk. That would make it less sweet and the chocolate and peanut butter could really shine through. It went well with waffles and pears, and also as a dip, as it is very thick. Serving size is extremely generous, we ate about 1.5 tablespoons per person each serving. Thanks, Baby Kato!
This is a really great sauce. I served it over waffles this weekend and it was hit by everyone in my family. Thanks for sharing!
Gotta admit that I was tempted to use extra crunchy peanut butter, but didn't ~ just followed the recipe exactly & the result is definitely OUTSTANDING! Even ate about 1/4 cup plain, which gave me my chocolate fix, & now I'm looking forward to using it on all kinds of things. Also want to use it as a fruit dip! And, one of the nice things about it is different kinds of baking squares or chocolate chips can be substituted! Many thanks for this great recipe!