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I've been making this recipe for about a year now. It's fantastic! We use it for an ice cream topping and for chocolate milk. And the longer you cook it, the thicker it gets. So if you like more of a fudge consistency, cook it for about 10 minutes. Awesome and simple recipe!
It was fast and easy, but it didn't taste very good. The strong cocoa flavour came out as being very bitter, and it definitely wasn't sweet enough. The consistency was quite thin as well.
Bleh! This didn't taste right. Both too much cocoa and sugar. It did not taste like any chocolate syrup I've tasted. I couldn't eat it.
Fast, easy and I made mine with Splenda. Loved it.
Great Recipe! Perfect for frozen mocha coffees! Super easy to make-much better than the store brand stuff not to mention I usually have on hand all the ingredients, all of which I can pronounce-huge bonus! Thanks for Posting, Di ;-) Update: I made another batch today using cold coffee rather than water-excellent!!!!!
This tastes wonderful. I must have boiled mine longer than other reviewers though. Whe I cooled it in the fridge it became more like fudge sauce, not at all pourable. Wow, what a great flavor.
Oh my, what a wonderful recipe for chocolate syrup...I think even better than the store-bought brand....The only thing I changed was I used 1 cup of water with 1/2 cup whipping cream, for a more creamy taste, and added a little more sugar, cause DH and myself have a sweet tooth. I made this to use in my Bailey's fudge cake #76512...it turned out great with your wonderful homemade syrup. I will use the remaining sauce over icecream....Thanx Wildheart for a delicious chocolate syrup recipe...this is a keeper:-) :-)
Delicious and not overly sweet like some other recipes. Worked equally well in hot and cold drinks.
This is great, I made mine as directed with monk fruit for a sugar free treat. Awesome!
So good and so easy! I was lazy and decided to make it in the microwave. Whisked everything together well and then cooked for 2:30 on high, whisked again and cooked an additional 1:00, whisked again. Turned out great!