Delicious! A big hit with my whole family. Would be good over pound cake with strawberries, or ice cream, too!
This is incredible! Instead of biscuits we serve it over waffles for breakfast because there is nothing better than starting your day with chocolate.
YUM!! This was very good. You're right....you need milk to drink with it. My daughter loved it! Thank you!!
This recipe has been used countless times at our house. We found someone at our local Farmer's Market selling the dry mix: after I looked at the ingredients, I thought there had to be a way to make this myself. This recipe saved the day! It is wonderfully delicious, very easy to make, and my whole family loves it. (Except for my son, but he hates chocolate. But he's weird.)
Wow! I just thought I would go ahead and say how EASY and AWESOME this recipe is! You see, I'm 16 and my brother is 18 and naturally during the summer, our parents are at work. We're left to fend for ourselves when it comes to eating, so it's usually ramen noodles or easy mac or something. But whenever we're in the mood, my brother and I cook some eggs or something. Today I was feeling the chocolate gravy so I looked up a quick recipe online and I was shocked at how easy and delicious it was! Thanks a bunch, I just had the best meal of my summer days without having good ol' mom to cook :]
GREAT, WONDERFUL, YUMMY! I made this yesterday morning for my 3 year old...we both loved it. Tasted just like the chocolate gravy my mom used to make me every Saturday morning. Thanks SO MUCH for posting this.
This was such a good gravy and great to eat by itself! I made buttermilk biscuits and used Hershey's dark chocolate cocoa powder, added 1/4 cup more sugar and the gravy turned a beautiful black color. When I ate this, I felt like I was back home in the South again. Great comfort food- to be made again and again. Thank you again Redneck Epicurean for posting this lovely recipe.
I prepared exactly according to instructions, using sugar, and it came out perfect. Thanks!
This is a family standard for us, too. It originated in our family during the depression when syrup was scarce. It's in it's 4th generation in our house - with my making it for my children. We mix the dry ingredients, and heat those in a good skillet until hot (not melting), then add in the milk a little at a time until all smooth. Let it boil slowly for a few minutes until thick. Hope it warms your heart like it warms ours.
This is very good.