Sauces and Dressings

Hard Chocolate Coating

Hard Chocolate Coating

This is perfect for topping an ice cream sundae or cone.
There are two different ways to assemble an ice cream sundae when using the Hard Chocolate Coating: either pouring directly onto the ice cream and then sprinkling other toppings over the chocolate before it fully hardens; or start with the other toppings (toasted nuts, cookies, caramel sauce) and then finish with the Hard Chocolate Coating so it truly covers the ice cream and all other toppings.

Nutritional information per serving (1 tablespoon):Calories 95 (32% from fat)
carb. 10g
pro. 1g
fat 6g sat. fat 4g
chol. 0mg
sod. 18mg
calc. 20mg
fiber 1g


  • ½cup semisweet chocolate chips
  • 1tablespoon coconut oil
  • pinch flaked sea salt


  1. 1. Put the chips and oil into a small microwave-safe bowl
  2. or glass liquid measuring cup. Microwave on 40%
  3. power for 3 minutes and 30 seconds, and then stir
  4. very well. If there are still solid pieces, return to the
  5. oven and microwave, again on 40% power, for additional 20 second increments.
  6. 2. Allow to cool slightly, until room temperature but
  7. still pourable (this could take about 15 to 20 minutes),
  8. and then pour over an ice cream sundae or filled ice
  9. cream cone.
  10. 3. Store leftover Hard Chocolate Coating in an airtight
  11. container for up to 2 weeks. Microwave on 40% power
  12. to bring back to a sauce consistency prior to using.