Homemade Hot Fudge


If you love Hot Fudge on your dessert, you have to make this easy and delicious recipe that has only five ingredients that you probably have in your cupboard right now. Not only is the taste delicious, it makes about three cups of Hot Fudge! I made this to go on top of an amazing Frozen Peanut Butter Pie and it is great on Ice Cream too!

To view the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.


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  1. Looks great! When you say cream, like 18%? I have all ingredients but the cream but it’s a simple trip to the store. Gonna try this.

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  2. Oh wow – peanut butter and chocolate, the best of both worlds and made the Reese peanut butter cups creator a very rich person! Sounds decadent!

    • Oh my gosh! How do you come up with this fantastic ideas that I have never tried? That does sound delicious Linda! Peanut butter dipped in hot fudge…lol

      • Yes, try it Diane! When I first started working at the diner, the owners of the Dairy Queen down the street came into the diner for breakfast before they opened up. I mentioned one time they should make chocolate/peanut butter shakes or peanut butter/banana shakes. We did have a blender but never made milkshakes, we usually just went out for them at a nearby ic cream place. So they tried it out and brought one of each in for me – wonderful. They could not sell them because they were franchisees and as such, they cannot make anything if it was not on the “official” menu. They had to order bananas from Dairy Queen – could not go to the grocery store for them – must buy from DQ headquarters. Same thing for peanuts or cherries for sundaes. If they got their own stuff or did their own recipes, they could lose the franchise. They made them all the time for themselves and love the chocolate and peanut butter!

      • I never thought about that with a franchise but it makes sense. They want their product to taste the same at every location plus they make more money enforcing them to buy it from them. I could really enjoy one of those milkshakes right now!

      • I was amazed when they told me and that they could lose their franchise if they didn’t follow the rules. Oh, it was really good – if you like those flavors, you should make one of each. The grandkids would like them too!

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