I shared my recipe disaster turned miracle last week and promised you that I would divulge my next creation soon. Well, here it is.
In reality, I did not make two separate batches of the botched recipe. I actually poured out half of my original chocolate soup and simply popped it into the freezer and made soft fudge out of it while I turned the rest into the Whipped Chocolate Buttercream Mousse. But the result was sooooooo incredible that I decided to make a full blown recipe out of it. So here you go.
Salted Chocolate Buttercream Soft Fudge
- 1. Put the eggs and egg yolk in a stand mixer.
- 2. Mix on medium until the eggs until yellow and frothy.
- 3. While those babies are frothing up, heat the honey up in a saucepan until it is slightly bubbly (kind of that softball stage but I didn’t make it exact).
- 4. Pour the honey into the egg mixture while the mixer is running.
- 5. Let this whip up until the bowl is room temperature to the touch. Just put your hand at the bottom of the mixture bowl (on the outside obviously) and wait until it feels cooler to the touch.
- 6. While this is whipping and cooling, melt the chocolate in a small saucepan over low heat.
- 7. After the chocolate is mostly melted, add in all the butter.
- 8. Stir the butter and chocolate to keep it from burning.
- 9. When all the butter has melted, remove from heat.
- 10. With the mixture still going, slowly add in the chocolate and butter mixture.
- 11. Mix, mix, mix until you have a nice chocolaty soup going.
- 12. At this point, you can add in a little more butter. Not melted butter. Room temp or fridge butter. I probably added in another ½ stick or thereabout. You don’t have to. I just did it out of panic when I realized the original recipe was going out the window fast.
- 13. After you have a nice soup, stop mixing and pour it into a rectangular glass pan.
- 14. Place it in the freezer for at least two hours.
Another cool thing you can do it pour the chocolate soup into popsicle molds or candy molds and freeze it that way. It makes it a lot more kid friendly and fun to eat.
I am going to be making this recipe as popsicles all summer long. I mean, it is super nourishing and really refreshing. Plus it is a great reason to eat lots of pastured butter!