For me, this was a bit too sweet. I added more cocoa, but it didn't quite cut it. Next time I will cut down on the sugar. Thanks for sharing!
Great texture, great flavor! Yum! Next time I make it, I'm going to cut back on the sugar since it was a tad sweet for me ( I like dark chocolate flavor).
Ok, I was prepared not to like it. I couldn't imagine a fudge sauce without nice rich chocolate pieces and cream. If you are trying to watch what you eat and make healthier choices this stuff is GREAT! I made low fat brownies and topped them with a scoop of low fat ice cream and fudge sauce. Everybody loved them! I'm planning on doing a fondue this weekend with fruit, marshmallows and angel food cake chunks. This recipe is a keeper! And so easy too!
i am a chocolate addict..mt lifes dream as a child to have fudge and chocolate as i please..i have not found a cure as of yet...do have a recipe for peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies?? please post if you do..good
I made this fudge sauce for making Low Fat Brownie and it worked great. I used the extra sauce to create a brownie sundae and it was delish, thanks for posting :)
Very good recipe that is very easy.
This was excellent, never again will I buy Fudge sauce! I made it sugar free, by using xylitol instead of regular sugar. The perfect fudge sauce and really easy too. Thanks for sharing!!
This is a good recipe. I did add more cornsyrup to make it thicker. It was pretty runny at first. I didnt know how long it would take to thicken. And I wanted to eat it then.
I'd call this a "rich chocolate sauce" rather than "fudge sauce" since the latter implies a thick sauce. However, the sauce, by any name, is delicious! I accidentally added two tablespoons of butter instead of teaspoons, but that didn't seem to hurt the recipe at all. :-) It was very quick and easy, something I love when hit with that immediate chocolate craving. Thanks!
Wonderful recipe, however, i added a little more cornstarch to make it thicker, and I just had it over a banana split. YUM