Hot Fudge Sauce

I won’t beat around the bush here: this is the best hot fudge you will ever make and probably the best you will ever have. I can say this unequivocally because it’s not my recipe ; ) It’s my mom’s. My mom makes the best ever fudge.

Buttery and satiny: the kind all your old-fashioned-ice-cream-parlor dreams are made of.

Try the recipe, and I defy you to contradict me. Okay, I know everyone has their own idea of the perfect sundae sauce, but if you like pouring liquid fudge over your ice cream, this one’s for you.

Hot Fudge Sauce from Flours and Chocolates

Mom’s Hot Fudge Sauce

3 oz bittersweet chocolate (cannot emphasize the bittersweet enough)
1 cup salted (yes salted) butter
pinch of sea salt
2-3 cups sugar (3 tips this toward caramel-fudge and 2 makes a darker version; have fun experimenting with white and brown sugars too)
1 cup heavy cream

On medium low heat, melt the butter and the chocolate; add a pinch of salt.

Add the sugar slowly—about ½ cup at a time— stirring constantly and giving it plenty of time to dissolve; if you add it too fast, the sauce will be grainy. Count on a five minute process.

Once all the sugar has dissolved, slowly add and stir in the cream. Another five minutes.

Makes about 3 ½ cups.

sundae with homemade hot fudge sauce

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3 thoughts on “Hot Fudge Sauce

  1. Hi Olivia – love this recipe, I will definitely put it to use! This summer we were in Park City and we drove over to a little town called Kamas and found the Hi-Mountain Drugstore…it’s definitely a blast from the past, with a soda fountain and the most delicious shakes and malts you can imagine – the flavors were out of this world. Highly recommend checking it out one day if you want a nice drive in the country. They’re also known for their burgers, which I thought were excellent too, but it’s the shakes I’m craving now. Here are some reviews on urban spoon: http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/54/1510127/restaurant/Salt-Lake-City/Hi-Mountain-Drug-Kamas

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