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Ta-dah! Tuesday - Minute Make - Homemade Hot Fudge Sundae

By Lakota @FHCShopping
Here's the second in my occasional series of quick desserts to make your children love you and your dentist despair, and take only minutes to prepare. This would also be a perfect pudding to treat your Mum for Mothers' Day, or better yet, to get the kids to make for you. They can do all the measuring of ingredients, scooping of ice-cream and sprinkling of toppings, leaving the hot bit to Daddy if they're too little to be trusted with the saucepan.
Ingredients - serves 4
1oz butter4 tblsp soft brown sugar2 tblsp golden syrup 4 tblsp evaporated milk [I freeze the remainder in 2 tablespoon portions in an ice-cube tray, rather than waste the rest of the tin]
Vanilla ice-creamFlaked or chopped almonds
Optional : 2 Cadbury's Fudge bars cut into slices. [The first ones I made had these, but we ate them before I got a good picture. Food photography is hard!]
  • Put the four ingredients for the sauce into a small pan over a low heat and stir for 5 minutes without letting it boil too madly. 
  • Scoop your ice-cream into glass dishes, pour over the fudge sauce and scatter over the fudge slices and chopped nuts.
  • That's it! I added a mini sparkler too, cos obviously desserts are improved by the addition of gunpowder.*

Ta-dah! Tuesday - Minute Make - Homemade Hot Fudge SundaeTa-dah! **
Don't blame me when you can't do up your jeans any more.
Link up any of your best makes, bakes, finds and outfits below.
Last week's recipe - Mini Spotted Dick
Lakota x
* If I need to warn you about not letting the kids light fireworks you probably shouldn't have any.
** Procreation not essential for the enjoyment of this pudding

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