Yield: Yields about 5 cups.
Splurge on really good chocolate for this recipe, as the flavor will really shine through.
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Mint Hot Fudge Sauce: Stir 1-1/2 tsp. pure peppermint extract into the warm sauce.
Cinnamon Hot Fudge Sauce: Whisk 1/2 Tbs. ground cinnamon into the warm sauce. Taste and add more cinnamon if you like.
I seem to be having a hard time with the rating but it only has 5 stars and this is a 10 star!I have been making this Hot Fudge Sauce since it appeared in Fine Cooking! When it hits the ice cream it gets chewy and it's just the best!!! I am now famous for it with family, new & old friends, and sometimes even triple the recipe! It lasts for ever if you store it properly.
Delicious and easy! I made this for teacher holiday gifts. They all raved about it after the holidays. One said that she and her husband made sundaes with it and then ate it straight out of the jar.
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