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.
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.
I've been making this hot fudge sauce for almost 40 years. I was in a Betty Crocker cookbook I received as a wedding present in 1972. I love it. It's very thick and fudgy and so easy to make.
Delish and simple to prepare. I increased the vanilla to 3 teaspoons to suit our tastes. Lovely thick and creamy fudge sauce - almost too thick to pour when cool. I made mine in the microwave. Melting/ Cooking for 2 minutes at a time. Be careful to watch as it has the tendency to boil over. Served with a scoop each of homemade vanilla ice cream and strawberry sorbet. Rave reviews from our guests. Thanks for posting.
Easy, quick recipe for rich, thick hot fudge sauce made from ingredients in the pantry. With semisweet chocolate, this has a darker chocolate than other fudge sauces which I preferred with ice cream. Stores well in the fridge and reheats easily. Thanks for sharing the recipe!