Awesome, and easy! I used fat free evaporated milk because that was what I had on hand, and threw in a handful of mini marshmallows, as someone else suggested to thicken it up a little, although I don't know that I would have needed that. It thickened fine as it cooled.
Chose this recipe because I needed something fast and I had all the ingredients. Yummy. I also added a pinch of salt. It seemed a little bitter - probably due to my chocolate chips - so I stirred in a few mini-marshmellows before I added the butter & vanilla. It added a little sweetness and helped thicken the sauce.
very tasty, easy sauce. I used 1/3 c. sugar, and 18% cream. After tasting the sauce, I thought something might be missing, and strange as it may sound, I added 1/4 tsp. salt. To me, that made it perfect! Thanks for a great recipe.
This is a great sauce. Very easy to make and keeps very well. For a thicker sauce (after reading the reviews) I opted for using Half 'n Half and cutting it back to 10 ounces. Made all the difference! Nice and thick and very rich. I will make this again and can't wait to make to serve with my Our Ice Cream!! Thanks Truebrit for a really nice recipe!
This is the second time I made this. Apparently I never reviewed it. This is a very simple recipe. The first time I made it with the evaporated milk. The second time I made it with half and half (because that's all I had)and it was as good if not a tad better. It seemed a little bit thicker with the half and half. When my kids want hot fudge...I take out a couple of spoonfuls and microwave it in a small cup for about 7-10 seconds and just pour it over ice cream.
Excellent, I too added a pinch of salt. This made a nice thick and velvety sauce. My husband loves chocolate, and this was a big hit with him served with chocolate cake, and chocolate ice cream for his birthday.
This is delicious! Took about 10 minutes. I took one of the girls' advice and put 1/2 teas. of expression powder, then I added 1/4 teas. of sea salt. Perfect.
Just what I was craving. After reading some of the other reviews I used a little less milk. I also added some peanut butter chips that I had leftover from another recipe.. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Not as thick as a true fudge sauce; I added 6oz. more (unsweetened) chocolate chips & a tsp espresso powder in order to thicken up the sauce and cut the sweetness level.
Loved it!! Quick and easy and that is what I needed.