Shelia's StoryMy mother, Lucille’s older sister, Bonnie Hutchinson lived her whole life in Delaware County Oklahoma. She left the family farm in Euchie, married her husband Bus, moved to Jay and they raised their 4 children there. Bonnie worked many years at the drug store in Jay. She was a homemaker, dressmaker, quilt maker, and an excellent cook. She always had a smile on her face and she dearly loved my mama. We all loved to visit Aunt Bonnie and Uncle Bus. We loved to wake up to breakfast at Aunt Bonnie’s because she would greet us with that infectious smile and serve us pancakes with chocolate syrup.
1 1/2 c
dash of salt
1Mix all the ingredients together and place in a small pan. Cook on medium and stir until the sugar is dissolved. This syrup can be served cooled or hot.
Pour over pancakes and fill a child’s heart with smiles.
About this Recipe
Bernie Mcginty Bernie_Mcginty - Jul 30, 2012
My mama made this for us. I made for my children as they grew up and now for them and their children. All five of mama and daddys children have passed this on to our children. Thanks for the idea to use it on pancakes. We always served it with hot biscuits and lots of buttet.So good.
Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrands - Jul 31, 2012
aaawwwww my Grandmother and Mom both made this for us when I was growing up. We had it mostly on biscuits.
Vanessa "Nikita" Milare Kitkat777 - Aug 6, 2012
patty powell pattypowell57 - Sep 17, 2012
i grew eating this but we called it choclate gravy my daddy always made this on sunday mornings with hoecake the only difference in the one he made was he used milk in it to..he would let it simmer until it thickened up..omg i wish i had some right now...
Dianna Davis dippiditydoo - Oct 27, 2012
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!