An absolute chocoholics delight! This Chocolate Fudge Sauce is sure to leave you drooling.
When I was little, Mum used to make a chocolate fudge sauce from a really old Edmonds Cookbook. It was one of those old and tattered cookbooks- yep, they’re definitely the best kind!
We would have the hot chocolate fudge sauce poured over ice cream and it was seriously the best thing ever.
I’ve been having a play around with lots of different chocolate fudge sauce recipes and this one is the closest I can get to Mum’s original version (sure I could just ask to borrow the cookbook, but considering I’ve had her wooden spoon and rolling pin for the last 9 years, my chances are pretty slim!).
Anyway, this sauce is rich, fudgy and ridiculously yum.
I’ve been pouring it over brownies and every other possible dessert (because chocolate fudge sauce takes everything to a whole new crazy level!), but I have to say that my favourite way to serve this sauce is poured over a bowl of plain vanilla ice cream. Clearly some things never change!!
I’ve included the conventional and Thermomix methods below- they’re both easy-peasy, so it really doesn’t matter which version you use. The important thing is that you’re going to have a whole heap of drizzly, yummy fudge sauce happening in your life very, very soon.
Are you a fan of classic recipes too? xxx
Chocolate Fudge Sauce
- 250 g pouring cream
- 90 g brown sugar
- 3 tbs golden syrup
- 20 g butter
- 200 g dark chocolate finely chopped
- Place all of the ingredients (except for the dark chocolate) 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.
- 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. Cook on 100 degrees, Speed 2, 12 minutes (it will thicken on cooling).
- Pour into a sterilised jar and store in the fridge for up to a week.