Coop’s MicroCreamery Hot Fudge
Always serve too much hot fudge on hot fudge sundaes. It makes people overjoyed, and puts them in your debt.
2009 is not a year that most people thought about opening a business but after 30 years in the ice cream industry, Marc Cooper who frequently answers to “Coop” decided to strike out on his own making super premium ice cream and dessert toppings. His company – Coops MicroCreamery based in Watertown, Massachusetts – makes ice cream (both dairy based and coconut milk based) sold throughout Massachusetts in premium ice cream shops and grocery stores while Coop’s Handmade Hot Fudge (Original and the Vegan version) are available nationwide at fine grocery and gourmet stores.
Gold Award Winner of the 2014 sofi (Specialty Outstanding Food Innovation) award for Innovation in Package Design, Coop’s MicroCreamery Hot Fudge has the most distinctive packaging on the market with a registered trademarked drippy lid that gives a hint of what’s inside: an over-the-top thick, rich deep dark chocolate fudge sauce made with six ingredients: fresh cream, cane sugar, brown cane sugar, butter, pure chocolate, and natural cocoa powder.
All natural and gluten-free, Coop’s Handmade Hot Fudge has no corn syrup, preservatives, or artificial anything. Open a jar, place in the microwave for a few seconds to warm (as the sauce is thick) and then pour over ice cream. Add your choice of toppings – whipped cream, candied pecans, peanuts, walnuts – and enjoy.
The vegan version with the same distinctive lid (but with a green jar) is no less delicious with a slightly different recipe that includes sugar (not bone char filtered), coconut cream, unsweetened pure chocolate, dutch process cocoa powder, coconut oil, unsulphured molasses, and salt. Thick and rich, this sauce is loved by both vegans and non-vegans.
To purchase either version of Coop’s MicroCreamery Hot Fudge in the 10 ounce jar, use the company locator: coopsmicrocreamery.com to find a store or purchase through www.igourmet.com ($8.99 per jar) or www.abesmarket.com ($10.99 per jar). To read more about Coop’s MicroCreamery and their other products, go to the company website: coopsmicrocreamery.com.