My darling husband introduced me to this chocolate sauce. Now, growing up I had eaten “homemade” doughnuts before. Not the “let them rise for hours” variety, but the whomp kind. You know, the whomp biscuit kind. The kind that comes out of the cardboard tube that you have to whomp on the counter-to open and then fry in hot grease. But this isn’t about the biscuits parading around as doughnuts. This is about the sauce, the dark, warm, and dreadfully easy to make chocolate sauce.
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1/4 cup cocoa
- 1/2 stick of butter
- a good healthy dollop of creamy peanut butter
Put everything in a pot and heat until the sugar is melted and the sauce is smooth.
Now as is, this sauce is homespun goodness and perfect over the
whomp biscuits doughnuts. It’s a good base to take in many directions. You just need to keep in mind that it gets fudgy and thick as it cools. You will also want to be sure to have at least a gallon of milk handy. It screams for milk!
WARNING: This breakfast will be sure to induce what we call a sugar coma. Do not consume on a morning where you have an active day planned. Your desire to do anything will be completely sapped.
This has become tradition on camp outs and special occasion days, or often served for breakfast after a slumber party. Father’s Day is coming up, I see this in our future! Nothing else like it.