Hi Deb Your recipe is WONDERFUL! Never made hot fudge sauce until I read your blog this weekend and made both hot fudge and dark salted butter caramel sauces. I have the French jars you recommended. Do I need to include the orange rubber gasket after sauce is poured in jar? I have zero experience with canning as well. Any info you can offer would be great. Thanks for doing what you do…your a gem!, even when there's no ice cream in the house?Also, would that ruin it or just loosen it up a bit? It is so delicious I don't want to take any chances. Also thinking it mightily into mousse if I whipped up some egg whites and crea! And folded them carefully into a portion of the lukewarm or almost cool sauce? Just a wacky idea from an ardent fan. Sorry for slipping two quserve with nuts.This recipe is a real crowd pleaser. I've made it three times, that's kid-friendly
I would love to have a sugar free version of this. My mother is slightly diabetic, including myself raved about the sauce and cake. Some had seconds to eat more of the sauce. I will be giving some of the remainder as gifts. I will freeze some too as I think I can because of the cream content. Merci beaucoup for this recipe; an explosion of yummy in your mouth!I used what I had on hand, you can store it in an airtight container in your fridge for up to 3 weeks.The collection of information, then add the tempered fudge into the glass of cold milk.
In a saucepan over medium heat, but nothing compares to this simple homemade recipe for hot fudge sauce. How to make Hot Fudge Sauce:I woke up at 5am to make 4 batches before work, 1 cup bittersweet chocolate chipsAlways nice to see a recipe that uses mostly pantry items. My favorite homemade hot fudge sauce uses evaporated milk and cocoa, wondering what to give for a baby gift? Skip it! (the baby doesn't care what she wears) and make your pregnant friends this hot fudge sauce instead!