I will never buy hot fudge again. This is so quick & easy, why would I? I made this for a sundae bar at a graduation party. I don't usually even like hot fudge but this was so good, I found myself dipping pretzels, strawberries, & bananas in the leftovers:)
I've improvised sauces that turned out better than this. This is in no way hot fudge sauce. It is chocolate sauce in both flavor and texture. I'm bummed because I was really craving hot fudge and this didn't cut it.
This was amazingly delicious! The only change I made was to cook it a bit thicker than I wanted then stir in some half and half at the very end to thin it out a bit. We all fought over licking the bowl!
5 stars for taste! I had a hard time getting mine to thicken, though. I may try it on the stove top next time. Thanks!
This is fabulous. I made it for our dessert tonight and we were practically licking our bowls. I make some brownies and we topped it with ice cream and this homemade fudge sauce. So good. Thank you so much for sharing.
Easy and very good. I like that the butter is just in there for taste and you can adjust the amount to however much you want. I added about 2t and it was great. Also, watch the time, 30 seconds was way too long for my microwave. I checked after 20 seconds and it was done. Thanks
I've been making this recipe, which I originally found on the Saco Cocoa website, for a few years now. It's not only a great chocolate fix, it's a fast and extremely easy one (and I don't much like waiting or working hard when I need a chocolate fix :) ). If I have it, i'll combine some dutch-process cocoa with the regular for a bit of a diffeent flavor.
Simple and easy to make and my crew LOVED it! The were adding it to everything! I know I will be asked to make this again and again. THANKS!
Super easy and quick! Very yummy.
really good for a fast and easy which is what I was wanting. I added a bit of Cinn to it and everyone just loved it!!!