I found this recipe at a site called San Diego Cooks. I had to give it a try. Could you really make a homemade hot fudge sauce in the microwave? Could it really be ready in just a few minutes? The answer is yes and it was delicious. I used this sauce to serve on top of brownies sundaes that I made using the speedy brownie recipe I shared the other day. Yum! Give it a try!
Today is also the day to announce the winner of the Progresso giveaway and the winner is:
KT who said I’ve never used Panko before. And, I actually don’t store much broth – because most of what I found has MSG in it and thanks to migraines, we try to be MSG free. I’ve found one brand of bouillon cubes that doesn’t have MSG, so I tend to use those. I need to see if my grocery story has the Progresso broth because it would definitely become a staple. Thanks for the giveaway!
Also, check out this link at Refrigerator Soup. They featured me and Real Mom Kitchen by asking 20 questions. Go on over and find out how I answered them.
- 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- ½ cup corn syrup
- ¼ cup butter or margarine (I used butter)
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- Dash of salt
- In a 4-cup glass dish, combine the chocolate chips, corn syrup, and butter.
- Microwave at 70% power for 1 minute. Stir well.
- Then add the sweetened condensed milk, vanilla and salt to the mixture. Blend well and microwave until bubbly (about 1 minute at full power).
- Stir and serve over ice cream. Refrigerate remaining sauce in air-tight container. Will keep for several days.
This is the original recipe from this post. The above picture was updated in May 2013.