Discussion in 'How To Forum' started by Susan Lynne Schwenger, Oct 25, 2017.
Definitely chocolate gravy ) Try my favourite recipe and you'll love it fo sure)
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Amp up your breakfast or brunch game with this decadent, southern inspired, chocolate gravy recipe. Traditionally served over buttermilk biscuits with a side of smokey bacon this sauce is a guilty pleasure. The timeless sweet and salty combination is absolutely phenomenal. But this sauce is not restricted just to be a breakfast condiment.
Indulgent and rich this sauce also makes for a delicious dessert. You can pour it pretty much over anything you like, from waffles to ice cream, to berries and fruits, to pound cake.
And do not let the ridiculously short list fool you, this simple sauce is a powerhouse of chocolate flavor. And so easy to make. With just the basic stirring skills you can whoop up this silky smooth sauce in less than 15 minutes. It is really a great compliment to so many breakfast items, and kids of course go crazy over this gravy. So next time you wanna treat your little ones, surprise them with this chocolate gravy over fluffy pancakes for breakfast.
It takes so many delicately tasting dishes to the next level of deliciousness. With just a few simplest ingredients like milk, butter, flour, sugar and cocoa that you probably already have in your fridge and pantry. Starting your day with this velvety sauce is sure to put a smile on your face. Chocolate just makes everything better, always. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do.
1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour (or; coconut flour - 4 tbsp)
1 cup sugar - we use 'sugar in the raw'
1 pinch salt - we use 'sea salt'
1 1/2 cups milk - we use 3% pure filter milk
3 tablespoons butter - we use salted buttter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract - we use PURE vanilla extract
Whisk together the cocoa powder, flour, sugar, and salt in a pan.
Add in the milk and whisk until all the lumps are gone, to the uniform consistency.
Place the pan over medium heat and cook 5 to 7 minutes,
stirring constantly, so that the grave doesn’t burn, until the gravy just begins to boil and then thickens.
When the gravy thickens, remove from the heat stir in the butter and vanilla. Stir until the butter has melted. Serve as desired.
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