This insanely oeey gooey chocolatey bread will have you asking for more. It’s incredibly delicious!
I’m not sure what made me think it was acceptable to pour an entire jar of Hot Fudge into a loaf of Chocolate Bread, but here we are! I hope you’re wearing your soft clothes today because those skinny jeans aren’t going to cut it!
The pain that it’s cooked in, giving it that Bread-loaf shape, is probably the only thing that distinguishes this from a huge Brownie. That’s fine with me because bread has a lot less guilt attached to it than brownies do…LOL!! So let us just roll with it.
This is not a bread for the faint of heart; you must be prepared for the most intense, moist…no, not moist/downright Fudge drenched Chocolaty ‘Bread you can imagine. Yes, it’s thick, yes it’s sweet and yes it’s INCREDIBLE!
This is far superior to the Cream Cakes available at local bakeries. This bread tastes so ooey gooey delicious that it’s difficult to believe it’s bread. This is a bread that will impress everyone when served for breakfast; it could also be served as a dessert after dinner.
If you have an unused jar of fudge in your pantry or refrigerator, take it out and bring it to room temperature. When making this, there are many variations, add-ins, and pans that can be used; use whatever makes you the happiest.
This bread is ideal for coffee meetings, parties, picnics, celebrations, and even potluck dinners.
I love how simple and straightforward this recipe is. All you have to do is combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl, pour into a baking pan, and bake. Viola! I enjoy making this bread with my children. It’s dubbed “Fudgy Bread” by us. It only takes a few simple and inexpensive ingredients to make the perfect treat! This is always served with coffee. This is our go-to recipe for a special treat. Anyway, this recipe is fairly simple, so feel free to experiment with additional ingredients; it is highly recommended. By the way, make sure to use the best brownie mix possible. Because it is the main ingredient in this recipe, you don’t want to mess it up by using the wrong brownie mix.
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Total time: 1 hour 15 minutes
What you need
1 box of Brownie Mix
1 jar (11 oz.) of Hot Fudge Sauce
3 large Eggs
⅓ cup Vegetable Oil
A bread loaf pan
How to Prepare
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and then grease a loaf pan with non-stick cooking spray
Add the brownie mix, hot fudge sauce, eggs, and vegetable oil in a medium bowl. Stir to combine until smooth.
Transfer the batter into a non-stick greased loaf pan until about 3/4 full.
Place inside the oven and bake for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees or until cooked through.
Remove from the oven and cool completely in the pan. (You have to be patient or your bread will stick in the pan and your bread will lose its bottom).
CALORIES: 84| TOTAL FAT: 12g | SATURATED FAT: 8g | UNSATURATED FAT: 4g | CHOLESTEROL: 140mg | SODIUM: 280mg| CARBOHYDRATES: 120g | SUGAR: 18g | PROTEIN: 14g | SUGAR: 18g | PROTEIN: 14g