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Do you ever get in the mood for things you should not have?, For instance a nice bowl of vanilla ice cream (my favorite is French Vanilla) with luscious Hot Fudge Sauce gracefully flowing down over the scoops of ice cream? What a treat on these hot days of summer!
Well I have to tell you I do, however over the years since all the fat free craze has simply ruined the ice cream topping that you can buy in the stores. I know my favorite of the past was Evans brand Butterscotch, that was back in the day when they actually used butter in their sauces, I do believe those days are gone forever now. I have not bought store bought in years.
Now this recipe my mother and grandmother made and it is their recipe, the wonderful thing about this is that it contains no milk, and you can make a large batch and freeze it if you wish. (we always made a large batch and froze it)
Also a note here, my mother loved it with semi-sweet chocolate, I have made it that way, as well as 1/2 semi-sweet and 1/2 unsweetened, I have also made it with Dark chocolate, this is a recipe that you can experiment with the ingredients to find what you like.
HOT FUDGE SAUCE – CAN FREEZE
2 cups Sugar
6 Tablespoons Cornstarch
4 1 ounce Squares Chocolate
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups Boiling Water
6 Tablespoons Butter
2 teaspoon Vanilla
In a medium size sauce pan,
Mix Sugar and Cornstarch together
Add Chocolate, Salt, and Boiling Water
Cook until it thickens.
Remove from heat and add Butter, and Vanilla
This can be frozen and when ready to use thaw and heat what you want in the microwave.