Your mouth will water when you top your favorite ice cream or dessert with this easy 3 ingredient recipe for Crock-Pot Homemade Chocolate Fudge Sauce! This hot fudge sauce is so chocolaty and fudgy you may find yourself eating it by the spoonful!
Slow Cooker Homemade Chocolate Fudge Sauce
I love a good hot fudge sundae. Good quality vanilla bean ice cream drizzled with some warm chocolate fudge sauce. Maybe a maraschino cherry on top.
And this EASY 3-ingredient chocolate hot fudge sauce is perfection. It is so good you may find yourself eating it by the spoonful, cold, in the middle of the night!
Equipment Needed For Crock-Pot Homemade Chocolate Fudge Sauce Recipe:
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are serving this at a party you can keep the hot fudge sauce warm by turning your slow cooker to the WARM setting for up to 4 hours. You may need to stir the sauce from time to time. A great idea for a ice cream sundae party!
This recipe works well with both milk chocolate and dark chocolate chips (as well as the semi-sweet chocolate chips mentioned in the recipe). So feel free to make this using your preferred kind of chocolate!
Once cooked the hot fudge is best used up within 2 weeks. Although, I can almost promise you it won’t last that long when you realize how amazing it tastes. I have been known to eat a spoonful straight from the jar from time to time. 🙂
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Crock-Pot Homemade Chocolate Fudge Recipe
- Add all ingredients to a 3 to 4 quart slow cooker (see note).
- Cover and cook on LOW for 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes or so until the chocolate chips are melted. Continue cooking longer only as needed stirring every 10 minutes.
- Store finished hot fudge sauce in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
- To reheat hot fudge sauce remove lid from container and microwave in 10 second intervals, stirring between intervals until melted and hot. You can also reheat the fudge in a pan of simmering water if you stored your hot fudge sauce in a glass jar.