Hershey's Chocolate Syrup Recipe- make your own authentic Homemade Hershey's Chocolate Syrup in 5 minutes using 4 basic ingredients. This simple time saving recipe is brought you by Budget101.com - digging yourself out of debt when all you have is a spoon!
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Creating your own delicious rich copycat chocolate syrup is as simple as boiling water, literally. This 4 ingredient recipe contains no added coloring or preservatives and takes about 5 minutes to prepare at a fraction of the cost of its store bought counterpart.
1/2 C. Hershey's Baking Cocoa
1 C. Sugar
1 C. water
Dash of salt (be sure it's JUST a dash!)
1 tsp. Pure Vanilla Extract
In a medium saucepan, over medium heat, combine
the Hershey's natural unsweetened baking cocoa, sugar and salt-whisking well to combine, immediately add the water, continue whisking.
Bring it to a full rolling Boil and boil it for exactly for 2 minutes (no longer), whisking or stirring constantly. Watch the mixture closely as it can boil over quickly!
Remove from heat, cool for about 3 minutes and then add the vanilla, whisking well to incorporate throughout.
Store the homemade syrup in tightly capped bottle.
As you can see from the photo a dressing cruet is the perfect size for this recipe. This mix is slightly thinner than the kind you buy in the store, but mixes great in milk for delicious rich chocolate milk. It can be used in the same manner as it's store bought counterpart because this is a tried and true CLONE recipe.
This stores well in the fridge for up to 14 days (I don't think it's ever lasted that long in
this house!!). The syrup will thicken considerably in the fridge overnight once it has cooled completely.
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