With 3 simple ingredients you can create a creamy smooth chocolate sauce that will make you swoon. It checks off all the boxes for chocolate lovers. It’s simple and easy. Nut free, gluten free, oil free, low fat, no refined sugar and no coconut products. You will be tempted to keep it to yourself, but do what your mother taught you. Be kind and share with those around you. It’s the right thing to do.Jump to Recipe
This little chocolate sauce can turn an ordinary dessert into extraordinary. You will find many ways to incorporate this divine little treasure into your dessert menu.
Strawberries dipped in chocolate is a simple yet elegant dessert that everyone loves. No berries – worry not – little chunks of banana or mandarin oranges will work just fine.
Drizzled over Peanut Butter Banana Nice cream and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Blondies. Chocolate and peanut butter were meant to be together. This is a little bit of love right here.
You wont’ believe how quick and easy this recipe is!
Let us count the ways we love you Chocolate Sauce:
Over Chocolate Cherry Brownies
Whole Strawberries for dipping
Fruit kabobs with a chocolate drizzle
Banana chunks – fresh or frozen
Mandarin Oranges for dipping
Grilled or air fried fresh pineapple rings
Oatmeal – hot or overnight oats
Peanut Butter Banana Nice Cream
Strawberry Banana Nice Cream
In a mug of hot plant milk with a dash of cinnamon or peppermint extract
Waffles with a berry compote
By the spoonful – you will be joyful!
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This is all it takes to make a crazy delicious Chocolate Sauce.
Date Syrup – maple syrup
Cacao Powder – unsweetened cocoa powder or carob powder
Vanilla Powder – a little drop of vanilla extract
Use a drop of peppermint extract for a chocolate peppermint sauce
Add a teaspoon orange zest for a chocolate orange sauce
Add a dash of ground cinnamon
Add Dandy Blend or decaf instant coffee to taste for Mocha
Vegan Chocolate Sauce 3 Ingredients
- Spoon and small bowl
- 3 tablespoons Date Syrup
- 1 tablespoon Cacao Powder, unsweetened
- 1 pinch vanilla powder or a drop of vanilla extract
- Measure everything into a small bowl and stir with a spoon or mini wire whisk until the cacao powder is all incorporated.
- Pour or drizzle over, fruit sorbet, banana nice cream, brownies, oatmeal, waffles, pancakes, muffins. Use as a dip for fresh strawberries, fresh or frozen chunks of bananas, pineapple, fruit kabobs, drizzle over blondies and peanut butter nice cream.
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This looks SO good. I was wondering. Can this be made in a large batch and used in a fondue pot? I was wondering if it’s too delicate and might burn in a fondue pot. I’m thinking of giving it a try.
I don’t know how this would do in a fondue pot – you’ll have to try it and let me know!
Happy healthy cooking,
Thank you for the recipe! Does leftover syrup need to be stored in the fridge?
I just store it at room temperature as it will get really firm in the fridge.
Hi Tami, This recipe looks excellent. Where do you purchase the vanilla powder from? Also, do you have a recipe for vanilla nice cream? Thank you for all you and Tom do. Your recipes and videos are the best.
I had been buying vanilla powder on Amazon but the brands I liked were getting difficult to find the past couple of years. Most recently I have been buying it from Local Spicery since they found a reliable supplier. They get it from another company called Lafaza. They choose supple chains that protect the environment, follow fair trade practices so the village farmers are making a fare income, and they secure the highest quality vanilla beans. There are no fillers or stabilizers in the ground vanilla beans. It is a jar of pure, ground, high quality beans. You will be amazed at the aroma when you open up the jar. I do have an affiliate link to Local Spicery https://www.localspicery.com/nutmegnotebook/ Happy healthy cooking! Tami
Lately I have been buying my vanilla bean powder from Local Spicery – I am an affiliate with them. They purchase the vanilla bean powder from a company called Lafaza. They get fare trade beans from Madagascar and put money back into the country working directly with the village farmers. They follow fair trade practices that support the local village farmers. They are the highest quality of vanilla beans and you will be amazed at the aroma when you open the jar. Here is my link:https://www.localspicery.com/nutmegnotebook/ Thank you so much for kind and thoughtful comments. It makes me so happy to know you like my recipes and the work Tom and I do. Happy Healthy Cooking!