Chocolate Syrup recipe – Homemade chocolate syrup
Chocolate Syrup recipe
Chocolate Syrup is a sweet, chocolate-flavored condiment, which is very easy and quick homemade recipe. It is often used as an ingredient to make and as a toppings or dessert sauce for various desserts, such as ice cream, puddings, cakes, sandwiches or for various drinks like mixed with milk to make chocolate milk or blended with milk and ice cream to make a chocolate milkshake.
Chocolate syrup is sold in a variety of consistencies, ranging from a thin liquid that can be drizzled from a bottle to a thick sauce that needs to be spooned onto the dessert item.
Some restaurants use an artistic drizzling of chocolate syrup to decorate servings of cheesecake or cake, along with other decorations such as cocoa powder, powdered sugar or chocolate shavings. Some brands of chocolate syrup are marketed as chocolate milk syrup. Other brands are marketed as ice cream sundae toppings. Some famous brands of chocolate syrup available in market are Bosco, Hershey’s, Culver’s, Nestle etc.
Chocolate syrup was often used in black-and-white movies to simulate blood, because it was safe for the performers to swallow, easy to get out of clothing, and cheap to buy. It is also useful on black and white film for realistic density.
Chocolate Syrup recipe video
Chocolate Syrup recipe written
- Chocolate - 100 Gram
- Water - as required
- Take a pan and boil 1 cup of water in it.
- When water is boiled, add chocolate to it on low - medium flame.
- Stir it continuously with spatula, till the chocolate melts or boil.
- Turn off the burner, our chocolate syrup is ready.
- Cool down the syrup, store it in air tight glass bottle in refrigerator. Garnish it on Vanilla Ice-cream, Chocolate Cheese Sandwich, Chocolate butter toast and many more dishes.
2. If you think your syrup is to thin, just boil a little longer like 1 to 2 minutes and it will be thicker.
3. Chocolate syrup will get thicker as it cools. So make sure that it does not turn too thick while preparing it.
4. The syrup should keep, refrigerated, for at least a month.
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