Hawaiian Kona Chocolate Sauce

Hawaiian Kona Chocolate Sauce created by HeatherFeather

Adapted from Taste of Home. The recipe is from a coffee producer in Hawaii. I like it stirred into hot coffee. If you make this in advance, it will need a thorough stirring before serving, and a gentle reheating in the microwave to remelt the butter. This will not be a thick sauce.

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15mins
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  • In a saucepan, cook and stir coffee and chocolate over low heat until melted.
  • Stir in sugar and butter until dissolved/melted.
  • Remove fromt he heat and stir in vanilla.
  • Serve as a garnishing sauce for desserts or over ice cream.
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"Adapted from Taste of Home. The recipe is from a coffee producer in Hawaii. I like it stirred into hot coffee. If you make this in advance, it will need a thorough stirring before serving, and a gentle reheating in the microwave to remelt the butter. This will not be a thick sauce."
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  1. HeatherFeather
    Hawaiian Kona Chocolate Sauce Created by HeatherFeather
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  2. nvermd
    I was looking for a way to use up some left over coffee and, since I had vanilla ice cream on hand, I made this topping and used it warm. It is a great easy little mocha sauce. Loved it!
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  3. HeatherFeather
    Adapted from Taste of Home. The recipe is from a coffee producer in Hawaii. I like it stirred into hot coffee. If you make this in advance, it will need a thorough stirring before serving, and a gentle reheating in the microwave to remelt the butter. This will not be a thick sauce.
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