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- Stir together.
- Boil 2-5 minutes, stirring rapidly, until sauce begins to thicken.
- This must be stored in the fridge.
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Oh my, what a wonderful recipe for chocolate syrup...I think even better than the store-bought brand....The only thing I changed was I used 1 cup of water with 1/2 cup whipping cream, for a more creamy taste, and added a little more sugar, cause DH and myself have a sweet tooth. I made this to use in my Bailey's fudge cake #76512...it turned out great with your wonderful homemade syrup. I will use the remaining sauce over icecream....Thanx Wildheart for a delicious chocolate syrup recipe...this is a keeper:-) :-)
Turned out too sweet for the deep dark chocolate lover in me. I made a second batch, using 1 cup of real maple syrup instead of 1-1/2 cup of sugar. Exquisite! I brought it to a full rolling boil, whisking constantly and cooked for 5 minutes. When it cooled, I had a rich velvety sauce. It was soo good that I grabbed some strawberries and cleaned the pan with them!
I wish I could give this more than 5 stars!!! I subbed half the sugar for splenda, used a few tablespoons of brown sugar and white sugar to make up the balance of what is called for. Used 1/2 European style and 1/2 regular cocoa. Added a few shakes of cinnamon and 2 pinches of modified food starch (instant food thickener). This is the best chocolate syrup I have ever had. It will be good for hot fudge sundaes and delicious in coffee or mochas. A keeper for sure!
I make a similar recipe, but use milk instead of water, 1 tsp butter, brown instead of white sugar, no salt, and 1 tsp cornflour. 1 cup of cocoa is quite strong for this quantity of liquid. You could try 2-3 heaped tbspns instead. Wonderful poured over a chocolate cake smothered in fresh berries and served with whipped cream.
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