Introduction: How to Make the Best Ever Chocolate Fudge Sauce
Always wanted the recipe for the greatest dessert topping EVER? Well now you can have your cake, eat it and smother it with this incredible Chocolate Fudge Sauce! It’s SO ridiculously quick & easy to make, you’ll be thanking me for this one that’s for sure! You’re only one pan and 5 minutes away from chocolate heaven. What are you waiting for?!
Here is what you will need to make approx 400ml.
- 170g Dark Chocolate
- 170-200g Evaporated Milk
- 110g Golden Caster Sugar
- 10g Unsalted Butter
- Pinch of Salt
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- Medium Saucepan
- 500ml Jar (I used a Kilner)
Step 1: Put It in a Pan...
First up, break your chocolate into the saucepan and weigh in 170g of evaporated milk and the sugar. (I put my pan straight onto my scales, zero them, then weigh out the ingredients straight into the pan. Far easier!)
Place the pan over a low heat.
Step 2: Mix Mix Mix!
Stir constantly until the mixture becomes smooth, silky & thick (2-3 minutes.)
Step 3: All Done!
Then stir in the butter, salt & vanilla. If it is a little thick for your liking, add in a little more evaporated milk to thin it out.
Allow to cool for a few minutes before serving immediately. If you don’t want to use it all in one go or want to give it as a gift, pour into the jar and allow to cool completely at room temperature before storing in the fridge for up to 1 week.
Step 4: Tadah!
To use once refrigerated, simply spoon as much as you want out into a bowl and microwave in 10 second intervals, stirring well between each time, until it’s the temperature/consistency that you like.
Did I not tell you how quick & easy this was to make?! I would eat Chocolate Fudge Sauce straight out the jar if I could get away with it! Whether you want it drizzled over a warm chocolate brownie or pouring over a mountain of ice cream, this beautifully rich & indulgent sauce is guaranteed to be a hit!
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