5 Reviews

Chocolate sauce doesn't get any simpler or more delicious than this! Wonderful rich chocolate flavor; very versatile. I keep a batch in my fridge and use it for all kinds of desserts. Thanks, PetitFour!

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miss gracie November 01, 2003

Fool proof! Like Carla said in another review, I was looking for a simple chocolate sauce that didn't require a lot of ingredients. I used this for a dessert fondue sauce and it was delicious.

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Robin Riger January 18, 2011

This is an excellent recipe. As previously stated, simple and elegant. In my search for a chocolate sauce I was hard pressed to find a recipe that didn't ask for butter, salt, vanilla, water or corn syrup.. basically everything but Chocolate! I used Callebaut Belgian Dessert Chocolate as I consider it to be one of the best. You can also add a bit of Godiva Chocolate Liqor to this sauce for a more sophisticated flavor.

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- Carla - January 23, 2005

This is classic, elegant, and decadent. I really can't add anything to what the other reviewers have said. It's simply superb. (We've served it over chocolate crepes [Chocolate Dessert Crepes] with bananas, with pears, with strawberries... as well as over ice cream and cake.)

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Spicy Gal December 26, 2004

When I started browsing for an 'el primo' chocolate sauce recipe I expected there to be lots of steps, multiple ingrediants, double boilers etc etc... This is so easy and is the perfect ratio of cream to chocolate so the sauce comes out kind of fudgy. Thanks for making me look like an expert with so little effort. I served it on good quality vanilla ice cream which I had mixed through with crushed up honeycomb bars. Reaheats really well in the microwave.

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EeeGee May 15, 2004
Chocolate Sauce