Hot Fudge Sauce

Published February 15, 2005.

Why this recipe works:

While hot fudge sauce is easy enough to buy at the supermarket, we wanted to make our own decadent rendition at home. Our Hot Fudge Sauce recipe combines Dutch-processed cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate for the richest color and fudgiest flavor. Quicker and easier than the double boiler,… read more

While hot fudge sauce is easy enough to buy at the supermarket, we wanted to make our own decadent rendition at home. Our Hot Fudge Sauce recipe combines Dutch-processed cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate for the richest color and fudgiest flavor. Quicker and easier than the double boiler, microwaving the chocolate also prevented scorching. We used corn syrup to give the Hot Fudge Sauce a smooth, velvety texture that clings to the ice cream.

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Makes about 2 cups

This is the classic ice cream sundae topping. Sifting the cocoa powder prevents lumps from forming in the sauce. Semisweet chocolate chips can be used in place of the chopped chocolate.

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