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  • 2 weeks ago
Today I am sharing the easiest and most delicious hot fudge sauce you could ever make! This one is sure to be a hit with family this coming Valentine's day or anytime you need a chocolate treat! I have made this in the past for an ice cream social at church and the reviews were amazing. Everyone loves this sauce. Of course you can make this in bulk, but I have sized this down a bit to be more family friendly. Use this to make some sweetheart sundaes for your family this week and be sure to remember the festive sprinkles!

This recipe has only a few ingredients. You most likely have them on hand if you keep baking ingredients in your pantry on the regular. Some semi sweet or milk chocolate chips a can of sweetened condensed milk, be sure it's not evaporated or you will be sad. Adding in a bit of butter, water salt and vanilla extract and you have a smooth, silky and delicious hot fudge sauce to rival any that you have tried in the past!

Add everything but the extract to the saucepan and stir constantly over medium heat until everything is melted and well incorporated. You will see the mixture change texture a bit and become "fudgy" and the spoon will drag through leaving ribbons behind. Once everything is melty, smooth and fudgy, remove from the heat! You do not want this to simmer or even come close to boiling or it will seize. Then add in your vanilla and stir well. Now you are ready to serve or put in an airtight container. I use a mason jar. You can dip into this right away or you can let it cool a bit before making your sundaes. Then drape of your favorite kind of ice cream and enjoy!

Is there a favorite sundae you love? Just a scoop of vanilla with hot fudge is nice but up the ante a bit and think about your favorite ice cream joint and their offerings. When you go out what you you love? How about your own homemade version of a DQ Peanut Buster Parfait? Layers of ice cream, hot fudge and salted Spanish peanuts. My favorite is the DQ Pecan Mudslide. Vanilla ice cream topped with hot fudge, hot caramel and salted, roasted pecans. Oh Boy! I also love my hot fudge sundae made with strawberry ice cream for a sweet twist! Mix up the two and make a chocolate covered strawberry sundae with both hot fudge and strawberry topping! The possibilities are endless!

This topping is not just to make sundaes with. If you allow this to cool you can use it as a filling for cakes. Just a filling, between layers. Like the decadent fudge filling your favorite bakery puts in their layer cakes. You won't be disappointed! Just be sure to allow this to cool and even refrigerate overnight before attempting to fill a cake, otherwise it will be much too loose and may well ooze out the sides and make you sad. Delicious but sad.

I hope that this gives you a great option for making hot fudge the easy way. This really beats having to use a candy thermometer and boil hot sugar to the soft ball stage. The magic is in the condensed milk! You won't ever want to buy store bought again and that is always a good thing!

I hope you give this easy hot fudge sauce a try some time soon and I hope you love it!

Happy Eating!

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