easy condensed milk hot fudge sauce.
The best and the fastest fudge sauce you’ll make.
Ditch the store-bought version and replace it with a thicker, smoother chocolate sauce that tastes good on anything.
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This DIY hot fudge sauce recipe is definitely going to be a favorite with the family.
Not only is it richer, smoother, thicker but you get all these in a chocolate sauce using just 3 ingredients, a bowl, microwave and 3-5 minutes of your time.
It’s an all in one bowl and a few turns around the microwave.
There is absolutely no way you’ll fail with this rich, creamy and smooth chocolate sauce topping made right at home.
5 easy ways to use homemade fudge sauce.
- You can drizzle over your favourite ice cream, yes, even chocolate over chocolate.
- Serve it as a dip for strawberries or any type of fruit.
- Elevate any type of sweet dessert pouring a few spoonfuls of this chocolate sauce, you won’t regret it.
- Use the chocolate sauce as an easy chocolate frosting over a cake.
- what about a quick morning breakfast with a drizzle of the sauce over toasted bread, store-bought croissants or coco buns(kibula banis)?
Just make sure not to overindulge with the sauce, it is quite sweet and a little goes a long way.
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Knowing how to make a good hot fudge sauce is never a waste of time, especially when the sauce turns out to be better than store-bought squeeze bottles.
True, you’ll never achieve the taste of a store-bought fudge sauce but I’ll always favor a basic homemade version because I know there are no extra additives.
What to do with leftover fudge sauce you want to get rid of quickly.
Once we were done with drizzling the sauce over practically everything and I needed to get rid of the last bit.
I poured it over foil, added whatever nuts were available and baked at 170, 5-10 minutes or until firm, left it to cool in the freezer for two hours.
What I got was gooey, sticky pieces that tasted like chocolate toffee.
They were quite sticky but sticky fingers they got to lick off and the gooey toffee.
keep in mind to leave them in the freezer if you have any leftovers, as they tend to melt in your hands.
Why I chose cooking chocolate instead of chocolate chip for the fudge sauce.
If you are wondering what I mean by cooking chocolate, these are large bars of chocolate used for cakes and ganache.
I like how smooth the sauce turns out once melted and of course, over here it is far cheaper to buy the latter than chocolate chips.
It actually suits my need and budget as I do tend to have a chocolate bar any time at home for baking purposes.
Making different flavours of the same fudge sauce.
If you love dark chocolate and want a slight bitterness to the sauce then add 1/2 a cup of dark chocolate while reducing 1/2 cup of milk chocolate.
If you want a coffee flavor then try adding 1/2 teaspoon of instant coffee into the recipe adjust as per your taste.
easy condensed milk
hot fudge sauce
Please make sure to read the recipe instructions carefully to avoid mistakes.
Ingredients mentioned below use standard measuring cups and spoons.
1 can of condensed milk(small, choose according to your need if it’s a large crowd use the large tin)
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chip or cooking milk chocolate
2 tablespoons of Butter
1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
2-3 tablespoons of water
Use a medium-sized glass bowl or microwave container for the recipe.
Add chocolate and butter to the bowl and microwave for 2 minutes to melt.
Once the butter melts completely and the chocolate is slightly soft, pour in the condensed milk, water to the bowl.
Microwave all ingredients for 3-4 minutes, not at once but a minute at a time, taking the bowl out to stir and combine after each minute until all ingredients are mixed well.
Store in airtight container and place it in the refrigerator until further use, when using the sauce slightly reheat in the microwave.
Easy condensed milk recipe to try.
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