Chocolate Gravy

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This amazingly delicious and easy Chocolate Gravy is delicious on hot biscuits, pound cake, or even ice cream!

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What can I say about Chocolate Gravy?  I mean… it’s chocolate.  And it’s gravy.  It’s chocolate gravy.  I love it on hot biscuits, but it’s great on pound cake, ice cream, just about anything!  You’re going to want to to make this ASAP.  And you’re going to want to put it on everything.

This amazingly delicious and easy Chocolate Gravy is delicious on hot biscuits, pound cake, or even ice cream!

Not only is it delicious, it’s incredibly easy to make, too!  Yeah, it takes a little bit of stirring to keep it from scorching, but that’s a pretty easy task.  And the end result is the most delicious, velvety chocolate sauce.

In my own bizarre brain, I feel like chocolate gravy is seen as kid food, but I assure you one taste of this stuff and you’ll realize this deliciousness shouldn’t be relegated to only the little folks.  It’s a delicious treat the whole family will love for breakfast or dessert!  It’s a simple but delicious sauce that will turn any ordinary meal into something extraordinary!

This amazingly delicious and easy Chocolate Gravy is delicious on hot biscuits, pound cake, or even ice cream!

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Chocolate Gravy
 
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Serves: 2 cups
Ingredients
  • ⅓ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1½ cups milk
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. In a medium saucepan, whisk together the cocoa powder, flour, sugar, and salt. Pour in the milk and whisk until all the lumps are gone. Place the pan over medium heat and cook 5 to 7 minutes, stirring constantly, until the gravy just begins to boil and then thickens. Once thick, remove from the heat stir in the butter and vanilla. Stir until the butter has melted. Serve over hot biscuits, pound cake, or even over ice cream!

 

 

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  1. It’s so funny that you posted this. I was just discussing chocolate gravy with my mother on Sunday. My granny used to make us grandkids stir and stir and stir for her and I can remember my arm getting tired. My mother has tried making chocolate gravy but it just doesn’t to taste the same as I remember it. Maybe it was the pot Granny used to cook it in. Maybe it was because she just threw in ingredients and didn’t measure so we don’t know her ‘recipe’. She made the best buttermilk biscuits so I sometimes wonder if that was part of it too. I definitely need to try your recipe and see if it’s close to what I remember.

    • Ha! You know I’m conviced that even if we had the exact recipe, it still wouldn’t taste the same. I think we can “taste” memories in recipes like this one. Regardless, I hope you enjoy this one! 🙂

  2. Kari Cox says:

    Chocolate gravy is a specialty in my husband’s family—new to me when I married into the family, but I very quickly became a convert! As delicious as it is warm poured over biscuits, it is equally delicious chilled and eaten the next day. Make a double batch and chill small cups of it to enjoy as a decadent pudding-like dessert the next day! Yummmm!

  3. When I was a very young woman,I have an aunt, her name was.Annuschka She has taught me make chocolate gravy and my young husband liked it very much. Annuschka has said that when the gravy had completed must put it in little porceain or glass bowls and whipped cream on them top. When I have some visitors, my family or friends, they all knows – now they eat my fantastic chocolate gravy. Today I make it for my grandchildren and think with thankfulness to my aunt, Annushka.

  4. Debbie Strum says:

    The first time I heard a co-worker mention chocolate gravy, I thought my ears had not heard her right. I asked her to repeat and when she graciously did so, I thought she was pulling my leg. LOL She called her mother to get her version of the recipe, made it and biscuits for me to try and I was impressed!! Now I will have to try your recipe, Stacey. I’m sure I will enjoy it. I’ll let you know.

  5. How is it stored and how long will it last, if you don’t eat it all right away?

  6. When I was growing up we had chocolate gravy over plain vanilla muffins (my mom didn’t like biscuits…shameless! Either way it great stuff!

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