Hot Fudge SauceMADE BY COOP'S MICROCREAMERY IN WATERSTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS
We knew we had a superstar on our hands when we found ourselves begging Marc “Coop” Cooper to let us stock his delectable fudge sauces. This dark, ultra-rich, ooey-gooey jar of nostalgia is made in small batches near Boston, using local dairy and high-quality chocolate. It’s got a cult following over there, and for good reason; this tastes like the smack-dab center of a fresh-from-the-oven brownie.
The iconic “drippy lid” is actually a registered trademark, made form hardened wax with a chocolate essence! It’s like scratch-n-sniff that’s followed up with real tastebud satisfaction, once you reach the gooey sauce inside.
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Soften the drippy wax in hot water to break the seal. Microwave the full jar on high (without the metal lid) for 30 seconds, or heat in a saucepan with water, stirring occasionally. Drizzle, spread, spoon, or just eat straight out of the jar with your finger.