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Wednesday, December 12

12 Days of Mochas: Day 11 White Chocolate Sauce



We're nearing the end of our 12 Days of Mochas. I have had so much fun experimented with syrups, sauces, chocolates, and flavor combos.  I sure hope you like all the different ways to enjoy a mocha.  If you missed any of the previous days check them out HERE.


On the 8th day of mochas I shared the yummy white chocolate cinnamon mocha.  It's one of my favorites.  Not only because it's delicious, but because it's so easy to make.  I make it when I don't have any white chocolate sauce available.  All I have to do is add the white chocolate chips to the frothed milk.  But I like having white chocolate sauce made because it's so versatile.  I can use it for ice cream, pancakes, desserts, regular coffee, etc.  Plus I can use it combine flavors when making my mochas. 


It's easy to make and lasts up to a month in the fridge.  All you need is heavy cream, milk, and white chocolate chips.  Heat on the stove and pour into a glass jar.


Homemade White Chocolate Sauce

INGREDIENTS

¼ C. Heavy cream
¼ C. Whole milk
1 C. White Chocolate chips

  
INSTRUCTIONS

Heat heavy cream and milk in a 2 quart sauce pan over medium heat.  When it comes to a boil take off the heat and stir in white chocolate chips with a whisk.  Stir until smooth. Pour into a glass jar and cool. Store in the refrigerator for up to a month.





Recipe Notes:

  • If you would like a smoother texture add 2 tablespoons butter when you add the white chocolate chips.  Stir until melted.
  • The sauce thickens as it cools. For a better pouring consistency, microwave uncovered for 30 seconds.


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