The following post is from Becky of Milo & Oats:
It’s safe to say that it is “officially” ice cream season. Of course, ice cream is delicious year-round! However, there is something just a little more refreshing about a big waffle cone sporting one’s favorite flavor when the temperature rises. Or, a hot fudge sundae so big you need to share with a friend.
Well, I am here to help your summer taste even better! This Coconut Milk Hot Fudge is so delicious that it will leave you craving more. You’re going to want to keep a jar of this stashed in your fridge all summer long. One can never be too prepared for an ice cream craving!
The best part about this chocolate goodness, besides eating it, of course? It is so simple to make. You need just TWO ingredients and about 5-minutes. That’s it! I used my favorite coconut milk, Thai Kitchen, and chocolate chips to make this amazing hot fudge sauce.
I’m sure you can guess that this sauce is absolutely delicious over vanilla ice cream!
However, I would be remiss if I neglected to tell you another sweet thing about this hot fudge sauce. Upon refrigeration, it cools to an almost mousse-like consistency. I encourage you to just try a little bite. It is heaven on a spoon!
Need hot fudge sauce again? No problem! Just rewarm, and you are ready to go!
- 1 can full-fat coconut milk (14 oz)
- 1½ cups chocolate chips
- Place chocolate chips in a medium heat-safe bowl. Set aside.
- Heat coconut milk to steaming, this can be done in the microwave or on the stovetop.
- Pour the coconut milk over the chocolate chips. Let sit 2 minutes.
- Whisk until smooth and creamy. Let cool.
- Store in refrigerator. Can be reheated when ready to serve.
I know you are going to enjoy this Coconut Milk Hot Fudge Sauce as much as I do! Do you have a favorite summer dessert to cool off with?
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|Becky is a wife and homeschool mom to five incredible kids. She loves chocolate, books, and baking allergy-friendly treats for her family. Becky is the blogger behind Milo & Oats and loves chatting about everything from parenting to curriculum hoarding to what’s for dinner. Connect with Becky on Facebook and Pinterest.|