5-Minute Mint Hot Fudge is easy to make dessert topping with just 3 simple ingredients. Perfect for adding to ice cream, brownies & so much more. If you love mint & chocolate, this will be your new favorite thing.
I love hot fudge. It reminds me of the best of the best ice cream Sundaes when we would go to visit my mom at the ice cream parlor when I was really little. Before she moved on to working in the bakery through my school years, she worked at the ice cream shop when I was in preschool. I remember going there & always getting something delicious & it always included a whole lot of hot fudge. I usually make my standard hot fudge recipe, but since it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day AND I love chocolate & mint together – I decided a super easy, 5-Minute Mint Hot Fudge would be amazing. You know- I was right.
How do you make hot fudge?
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We really love this recipe because it is so easy to make. I always have these 3 ingredients on hand, which makes it so quick to whip this up on a moments notice. I can pop all the ingredients in the microwave while we are scooping the ice cream & it’s ready to go by the time all 5 bowls are ready to garnish. You can’t beat that. Homemade hot fudge in less than 5 minutes is a WIN in any book for sure.
Just look at that – all the mint & chocolate goodness. Mmmmmm- it literally makes me want to create something just so I can an excuse to drizzle it all over. So delicious!
5-Minute Mint Hot Fudge
Go make some & then grab yourself a big ‘ol spoon & enjoy!
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5-Minute Mint Hot Fudge
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk 14 oz
- 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup Andes mint chips
- Add the chocolate chips & Andes mint chips to a microwave safe bowl (preferably large glass)
- Pour the sweetened condensed milk over the top
- Microwave 2 minutes on high
- Stir to help melt the chocolate - return to the microwave for 1 minute more if there are still lumps
- Stir again
- Serve over ice cream, cake, berries or a shake.
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Tamar Strauss-Benjamin says
That looks so rich!!
Yes, hot fudge is awesome! Can’t wait to give this recipe a try with the kids this summer.