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Looking for hot fudge made without HFCS

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Neal, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. Neal

    Neal Millennium Member

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    Tried Sanders. I'ts OK, but not nearly as good as the grocery store hot fudges that are made with that evil high fructose corn syrup. Looking for a good hot fudge made without HFCS. Anyone know of a source?
     
  2. spero525

    spero525 HE did it.

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    This one looks most promising. It's been on my list to try but I haven't yet so I can't give a personal recommendation.

    ~Spero525[​IMG]
     

  3. Neal

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    Thanks much. The pic in the recipe does not make it look good, but the reviews are great, so I may try making it myself.
     
  4. spero525

    spero525 HE did it.

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    Yeah, the displayed picture isn't terrific, I agree. If you click on it it'll give you a few other shots by other people, and the first one in particular looks delicious.

    ~Spero525[​IMG]
     
  5. furioso2112

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    perhaps a technicality -you are referring to HFCS - what about just plain old corn syrup? There is even organic corn syrup, depending on what you are seeking or avoiding.

    Anyway, if CS is okay, Kilwin's sauce is unequaled. Look up Kilwin's in MI. Cheers.
     
  6. Neal

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    Looked up Kilwins. Probably very good, but cost prohibitive. :(
     
  7. furioso2112

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    Re: Kilwin's, I understand. The price on the jar I have is $10, which is a stretch, but I bought a 'last jar' when I left Michigan. It's ridiculously good - as is everything I have had of theirs - their truffles make Godiva seem like Hershey's. Not that there's anything wrong with Hershey's - but most people can tell the difference between the two. I'd say the difference between Kilwin's and Godiva is as pronounced. Anyway, I suppose shipping would double the cost of their hot fudge, and that is relatively high priced, especially so if you go through it quickly. I can't get through a jar in less than 6 mos or so, usually, so it's no biggie.
     
  8. JimBianchi

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    bsic, excellent Hot Fudge Sauce

    HOT FUDGE SAUCE

    2 c. white sugar
    1 c. brown sugar
    1 c. cocoa (Hershey's)
    4 tbsp. flour
    1/4 c. butter
    1 1/2 c. water
    1/2 tsp. salt
    1/2 tsp. vanilla (added later)

    In a saucepan - mix dry ingredients. Add butter and water. Bring to a boil, and continue boiling for 10 minutes, or slightly longer. Remove from heat and add vanilla. Serve over ice cream.
     
  9. spero525

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    Okay, I definitely like the sound of this one. I'm going to have to get some ice cream now in order to try this! Do you know about how long it will keep in the fridge? Or is it stored at room temperature?

    Thanks.

    ~Spero[​IMG]
     
  10. Neal

    Neal Millennium Member

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    $11.95 plus $6.95 shipping for a total of $18.90 for a 20 ounce jar delivered. A 20 ounce jar would last me about a week. They have a store in South Bend, and several in Michigan. Maybe some day I will have a chance to splurge and buy some in one of those stores.
     
  11. JimBianchi

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    Since it has butter, I would keep it up to a few weeks in the fridge and reheat as needed.

    But fresh is better.