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Rave Reviews Hot Fudge Sauce

A very smooth sauce. Keeps good in fridge. I made this one day for a treat, now it's considered a "staple". Tastes SO good!!

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  • In saucepan melt butter and chocolate.
  • Add sugar, ev.
  • milk, corn syrup, and vanilla.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Boil for 1 1/2 minutes.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Let cool about 10 minutes.
  • serve over ice cream.
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"A very smooth sauce. Keeps good in fridge. I made this one day for a treat, now it's considered a "staple". Tastes SO good!!"
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  1. Krishna B.
    I loved every bit of it. It so simple recipe. You may garnish the ice cream scoop with regular ice cream biscuit and a bit coffee powder for adults and for kids you may replace coffee powder with chocolate chips and icing sugar on top.
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  2. Krishna B.
    I loved every bit of it. It so simple recipe. You may garnish the ice cream scoop with regular ice cream biscuit and a bit coffee powder for adults and for kids you may replace coffee powder with chocolate chips and icing sugar on top.
    Reply
  3. khord22
    "Smooth" was my key word here as the last hot fudge sauce I made turned out grainy (my fault, I'm sure, just wanted to try to avoid that this time). And, oh my, was it smooth! I used cream instead of evaporated milk (don't carry that in my pantry) and everyone just lapped it up. Who needs ice cream with this sauce?! Not me!! Yummy!
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  4. khord22
    "Smooth" was my key word here as the last hot fudge sauce I made turned out grainy (my fault, I'm sure, just wanted to try to avoid that this time). And, oh my, was it smooth! I used cream instead of evaporated milk (don't carry that in my pantry) and everyone just lapped it up. Who needs ice cream with this sauce?! Not me!! Yummy!
    Reply
  5. Jamie in North Caro
    Oh this is so going to get me in trouble! It is delicious! I topped cream puffs with it and everyone wanted extra chocolate. A keeper! Thanks for sharing.
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