Boozy, rich and fudgy… this Baileys Chocolate Fudge Sauce is all kinds of crazy-amazing!!
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you might be familiar with a little Baileys Tim Tam Cheesecake Ball recipe that I posted last year. Yep, it was the recipe that went completely viral and crashed my entire site…. so I kinda have a love/hate relationship going on with it.
Anyway, that recipe got me thinking… You guys clearly really, really like Baileys! Or at least a lot of you do! And so, I decided to have a play around with my favourite Chocolate Fudge Sauce and turn it into a decadently rich boozy version. Fun times!
But seriously, you must make this. It’s just the most delicious thing ever. I still say that the best way to serve it is over a good old bowl of vanilla ice-cream, but you can be as creative as you like.
Actually, if I’m being honest, I just might have popped a scoop of ice cream on top of a slice of my favourite chocolate brownie and drizzled over this sauce the other day. I know, I know. No judging please!!
Ooh if you’re feeling super lovely, then make a big batch of this and give it to your friends. They will LOVE you for it!!
Are you a Baileys fan too? If so – check out my Homemade Baileys Irish Cream recipe too!
Baileys Chocolate Fudge Sauce
- 250 g cream
- 90 g brown sugar
- 3 tbs golden syrup
- 20 g butter
- 200 g dark cooking chocolate finely chopped
- 60 ml Baileys liquor
- Place all of the ingredients (except for the dark chocolate and the Baileys) into a saucepan.
- Bring to the boil over a medium heat.
- Reduce heat to low and stir continuously for five minutes.
- Add the finely chopped dark chocolate and stir quickly.
- Remove from heat and continue to stir until the chocolate has completely melted.
- Add the Baileys liquor and stir well to combine.
- Pour into sterilised jars and keep refrigerated for up to a week.
- Chop dark chocolate by pressing Turbo 6-7 times.
- Add all remaining ingredients (except for the Baileys liquor). Cook on 100 degrees, Speed 2, 12 minutes (it will thicken on cooling).
- Stir the Baileys liquor through with a spatula.
- Pour into a sterilised jar and store in the fridge for up to a week.