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Chocolate Glaze

What you need: 

2 tablespoons cocoa
1 tablespoon + 2 teaspoons water
1 tablespoon canola oil
1 tablespoon corn syrup
1 cup powdered sugar

What you do: 

1. Warm all ingredients (except the powdered sugar) in a small pot on the stove under low heat, until thoroughly mixed and warm.
2. Remove from the heat and add powdered sugar.
3. If you need to thicken it a bit more, add a little more powdered sugar. Pour glaze on cake or other dessert while still warm.

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
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This Chocolate Glaze is amazing, thank you!! I used Ghirardelli chocolate cocoa & topped the Baked Doughnut Nuggets (http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=5817.0) with it right away & it tasted awesome!! We were scraping our doughnuts in the glaze off the plate & the pot to be sure we got it all =p As awesome as the glaze tastes warm & eaten all drippy right away, it's even better when it cools. Be sure to put your sprinkles on when its wet!! Seems like common sense, but I made the mistake & didn't do that with all my treats so I couldn't sprinkle some of them (just bounces off the glaze once cooled.) So anyway, thanks again. This tastes just like the best chocolate glaze I've ever had on top of doughnuts. I'm not going to try another recipe, this is it!! I'm going to use this on top of a cake next. I'm excited! And my mouth has just begun to water. =)

Oh yeah, and I used Agave Nectar instead of corn syrup, like someone else suggested!

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I used agave syrup instead of corn syrup.  Yummy!

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I love this, and definitely recommend doubling the recipe.  I forgot the corn syrup, but it was still great.

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I would like to make this but I refuse to put corn syrup in anything, any suggestions? I also dont use agave

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amazing recipe! changed it a little, used lots less sugar and used brown sugar not powdered, added about 3t extra cocoa and used no corn syrup. It rocked, i put it on the "Super moist Chocolate Cake" too.

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Thanks for the recipe! It was a hit for us.
I added soy milk and had to sub with pure cane syrup.
I don't always have vegan butter on hand and it's nice to find dessert recipes that call for oil, which means I can make them anytime.
It was just enough glaze to drizzle over an 8x8 cake; I used the Super Moist recipe. 
Your glaze recipe is a keeper :)  ... I now have the corn syrup, so I'll be making it again. Soon.

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