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Delicious !! 500 Stars !! :D A lovely chocolate syrup on ice cream and that kick of heat really made it extra special. I used cane sugar in place of granulated. Thanks for the recipe, Nif! Will be keeping this on hand at all times and so easy to make! Made during ZWT#9 for my team, Tasty Testers :)
Made for ZWT-9, this recipe has captured the attention of the Goddesses & I'm following in the footsteps of my teammates Jostlori & evelyn/athens. I made a full recipe as written & used it to make Chocolate-Almond Coffee Frappe, #232918 by momaphet. It worked perfectly & I've decided to call the combo "The Dynamic Duo". Thx for sharing this easy-fix & tasty recipe w/us. :-)
This is delicious and easy to make with things I always have on hand. I was unsure about the cayenne, but it is really good! Made for ZWT9
The cayenne gives this chocolate syrup a lovely kick. Cut the recipe down and made using dark cocoa powder because that is what I had on hand. Very close to one I make all the time, thanks for the post.
Jostlori recommended this recipe to me and I'm glad I tried it out as it's very easy to make, good and just a 'tad' different. I made a half batch. The residual heat left by the cayenne is a very nice addition to the chocolate sauce.
What a yummy syrup! How it thickens up is a mystery to me, but it does. The heat is subtle - you don't taste it, but you feel it ever so gently. Delicious!
What a nice way to indulge the sweet tooth. I've tried alot of store bought chocolate syrups and found that your homemade version is much better. It's purer in taste and lacks that strange taste that comes with all the added stuff to make the syrup last longer.