Quick No-Cook Chocolate Glaze To Drizzle

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

Last week I shared with you a very quick & easy single serve 60-second microwave brownie  recipe. I mentioned that sometimes to add a gooeyness that I crave I like to top the hot brownie with this pourable chocolate frosting.

It turns this quick & easy treat into something more like a molten chocolate cake.  

(Hey don’t judge, sometimes a girl just can’t get enough chocolate!) 

It’s so easy to whip up & I always have these ingredients in my pantry. No more frosting in a plastic tub for me!

I promised to share the recipe with you and here it is, my friends. Get ready to be amazed!

It's so easy to make this quick no-cook drizzle chocolate & I always have these ingredients in my pantry - no more frosting in a plastic tub for me! #TexasHomesteader

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I typically use the chocolate glaze drizzle recipe below for a couple of 60-second mug brownies for RancherMan & myself. Or anywhere really where a full layer of frosting isn’t desired.

I originally found this recipe several months ago at Our Heritage Of Health and she touted the recipe as being a healthy superfood since it uses honey, cocoa and coconut oil.

Of course healthy fare is a huge reason for any recipe in my kitchen. But (for me) there are two additional very important reasons:

First: Chocolate. I’m a chocoholic, and I love everything chocolate. The more the better. So any recipe that is something chocolate? Well it’s gonna be a homerun for me right off the bat. (See what I did there??)

Second: It’s stir-n-eat convenient. There’s no cooking. You just stir it all together and pour! Or if you like you can heat it up and use it as a hot-fudge topping – OH YUM!

I’ve also used it on many occasions when I’m making my Instant Pot Cheesecake. Sometimes I want to dress up the cheesecake to a turtle fudge flavor.

This chocolate drizzle offers lots of eye candy to the cheesecake.

Chocolate drizzle dresses up plain cheesecake. And it mixes together in minutes. #TexasHomesteader

As I typically do, I amended the recipe slightly to suit what is usually found in my pantry.

And of course I always add just a touch of coffee to anything chocolate. I feel it intensifies the chocolaty flavor. Feel free to use a touch of milk instead if you like.

This quick no-cook drizzle chocolate recipe has become a go-to recipe in my kitchen.  Check it out!

Chocolate Drizzle

I use this drizzle for cheesecakes or other desserts where a full layer of frosting isn't desired. #TexasHomesteader

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword chocolate, cocoa, coconut oil, coffee, dessert, drizzle, honey
Prep Time 2 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author www.TexasHomesteader.com


  • 2 Tablespoons cocoa powder (can add add'l 1/2 Tablespoon for a dark-chocolate flavor)
  • 2 Tablespoons coconut oil, melted if solid
  • 1.5 teaspoon cold coffee (intensifies chocolate flavor, but you can use milk instead if desired)
  • 2 Tablespoons honey
  • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch salt


  1. Directions: Mix all ingredients together in a cup and pour onto cake


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15 thoughts on “Quick No-Cook Chocolate Glaze To Drizzle

  1. Martie

    Oh my…this sounds so good. I love chocolate stuffs with coffee in them!! Thank you so much for sharing this…I found you on Sweet Inspirations! 🙂

  2. Terri Presser

    Yum, yum, definitely going to give these a try, the coffee is a great idea. Thanks for sharing at Good Morning Mondays, I really enjoy your posts you are a wealth of information. Blessings to you my friend.

  3. Jendi

    Reading through the comments it looks like I could substitute water for the coffee – right? I can’t stand the taste of coffee, but other than that it looks really yummy.

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Absolutely Jendi, substituting water would be fine & I wonder about substituting milk for a milk-chocolate flavor? Hummm….. might be really good!

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      Typically if a chocolate recipe calls for water in the ingredients I always substitute cold coffee. The coffee flavor just intensifies the chocolate flavor instead of watering it down like adding water would. (see, I told ya I was a chocoholic! LOL)

  4. Terry

    Well how can I pass up chocolate with such a high review! Chocolate is my name, chocolate is my game! ha ha ha. Thanks for sharing, I’ll be making it!

  5. JES

    You had me at “quick” and “chocolate”! A great combination! But when I saw the healthier ingredients, it looked like the PERFECT combination!!! I will be making this, thank you!

    Thank you also for sharing at the Art of Home-Making Mondays this week 🙂

    1. Texas Homesteader Post author

      It’s so easy there’s no reason not to JES. As a confirmed chocoholic I can attest it’s dee-LICIOUS!

  6. Joyce @ It's Your Life

    Love easy, I found an easy recipe yesterday for making strawberry syrup to drizzle over the cheesecake that I made yummy goodness. Pinning on my dessert board, I seem to be attracted to all your posts on Tuesdays With a Twist, thanks again for sharing.


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