3 Ingredient Mocha Fudge Sauce

 

3 Ingredient Mocha Fudge Sauce

I am a sauce/condiment person. Let me explain.

I like spaghetti but it has to be swimming in sauce.

Chips are good, but they are awesome with loads of guacamole.

I don’t even really like ice cream unless it’s buried below spoonfuls of fudge sauce.

Basically, I only eat “real” food so I have an excuse to gobble up the add ons.

Easy Mocha Fudge Frosting

When no one is looking I make frosting just to eat with a spoon. And I whip up mocha fudge sauce because…well, because it’s awesome!

My first batch was made using brown sugar. The flavors of the molasses, chocolate, and coffee together were incredible. The brown sugar left the sauce with a bit of a grainy texture, but I didn’t mind that. It tasted amazing –  like mocha brownie batter! If you want a silkier sauce, by all means use powdered sugar.

I ate the whole bowl, by myself. I dipped mint Oreos in half the batch and the other half I ate with a spoon. I recommend both :)

*If you add a bit more sugar and a bit less coffee, this makes a great frosting too!

Mocha Fudge Sauce with Mint Oreo

3 Ingredient Mocha Fudge Sauce

Meal type Condiment, Dessert
Misc Child Friendly, Gourmet
Occasion Birthday Party, Casual Party, Christmas, Easter, Formal Party, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentines day
This decadent mocha fudge sauce is so easy to make and uses only 3 ingredients. Delicious by the spoonfuls or on ice cream.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup cocoa
  • 1 1/2 cup powdered sugar (can sub 1 cup brown sugar )
  • 2-4 tablespoons brewed coffee (hot)

Directions

Step 1
In a medium bowl stir together cocoa and sugar. Add hot coffee 1 Tbs at a time, beating well until it reaches the desired thickness. I kept mine thick like a hot fudge sauce,but feel free to thin it out more like a syrup, if desired.
*If using brown sugar, beat for 5 minutes. Together with the heat from the coffee, this will help reduce graininess in the sauce, though it will not completely dissolve. I enjoyed the flavor from the brown sugar, personally ;) Serve immediately.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh, that looks fabulously decadent!! I’m the same way. Meat must have gravy, fries are only a vehicle for fry sauce, BBQ must have sauce :)

  2. says

    Guess what? I melt chocolate chips and pb together just to eat too. It’s ALL ABOUT THE SAUCE. I shall be trying this one :)

  3. says

    WHAT 3 ingredient Yummy Mocha Sauce! You have made my day I will be putting this in my recipe book! Thanks so much for sharing over at Heavenly Treats link Party!

  4. says

    Stephanie, we are soulmates. I like my condiments with a side of food. NOTHING gets eaten without a lil’ sauce (alot of sauce*). Love this stuff! I want to drink it.

  5. says

    This. Is. Genius. And I love you so stinkin’ much it hurts! Well, not really the hurting part, but the loving part yes! This sauce looks incredible, Steph. And three-ingredients is both genius and dangerous because like you, I would totally eat this bad boy with a spoon and no regrets! Haha.

    • says

      Lol, I love you too!! And I totally made another batch while I wrote this post last night…I couldn’t stand looking at the pictures and not having it in my pie hole :)

  6. kellie says

    oh my heavens, this looks delicious!

  7. says

    I love condiments too, my favorite being hot sauce, eat it on everything! I would eat this on everything too, probably even my dinner! So delicious looking with Oreo. I can’t stop staring!

  8. says

    I see this in our very near future! Thanks for sharing! Featuring on my networks, feel free to grab a featured button to get your brag on :)

    Thanks for linking up to my Sunday FUNday party!! I appreciate it and so does my tastebuds!!

    Kristine from The Foley Fam {unedited} Blog

  9. says

    Yum! These photos brought me over from Rae Gun Ramblings. I love all 3 of those ingredients (and brown sugar too) so will be trying this, maybe even tonight!

  10. says

    Another excellent dish! Can you say decadent? Thanks for sharing on Southern Sundays. Come back and bring some more of your yummy creations!

  11. Nora says

    Looks awesome but how does it store? I’m doing a bunch of fudge sauces for Xmas and I’d love to use this as one

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