Chocolate fondue is a snap to prepare if you follow these simple instructions. From dark to milk chocolate to triple fudge, these easy recipes for chocolate fondue work in fountains or any size pot.See Popular Chocolate Fondue Recipes
Double your chocolate pleasure with a two-ingredient microwaved chocolate fondue and fudgy brownie dippers.
Dunk pieces of fruit and pound cake into a sweet fondue. Fun for all ages!
It only takes ten minutes and two ingredients to make this elegant and tasty dessert. Be creative with your dippers...the recipe gives you lots of ideas.
Are you craving chocolate...then this is the recipe for you. This smooth and creamy chocolate fondue has just 2 ingredients and it's ready for dipping in just 15 minutes!
Leaf-shaped frosted cookies are served with a chocolate hazelnut spread to make a fun dessert that's perfect for your holiday table.
Update chocolate fondue with a hint of coffee, and serve it with fresh fruit or meringue cookies.
For your next party, try this fun chocolate fondue. Make the variations as well and serve with fresh fruit for a great dessert.
Milk chocolate, milk, and peanut butter make a simple sauce that's great to serve for dessert or as a sweet appetizer with fresh fruit or cake cubes.
We used apricot brandy in this chocolate dessert but raspberry liqueur is also tasty. Serve the fondue with fresh fruit, cake cubes, or other favorite dippers.
Ground hogs. Chocolate. Dark days giving way to spring. Dark chocolate. Valentine's Day. More chocolate. February may be a short month, but there is a lot to celebrate. This Valentine's Day, I want to give my special people -- you! -- this favorite homemade treat: a Classic Chocolate Fondue recipe that is super simple to make, lots of fun to eat (especially with friends and family), and, you might say, the kind of gift that keeps on giving. (Just double the recipe in the beginning to have extra fondue on hand for great chocolate recipes down the line.) read more
Ready in minutes, this rich chocolate fondue is ideal for a romantic night in or a get together with friends.
You don't have to be a Girl Scout to enjoy the chocolate-marshmallow-graham cracker fusion of the s'more. You don't even need to be sitting around a campfire. You just need to rethink the concept--from outdoor treat to S'More Fondue. A slow cooker takes the place of the campfire, and lets you combine the traditional ingredients of the s'more with the grown-up fondue fun of the group dip. Here, the marshmallows get melted with the milk chocolate, cream makes the mixture rich and velvety smooth, and graham crackers or whole marshmallows are dipped instead of layered. Set on low,read more
When my husband and I were married 400 years ago, the wedding present of the day was fondue sets. We were given three of them. A couple of years later, at my sister's wedding, woks were the big thing. I don't think my daughter and her husband got any duplicates when they were married, and they received neither woks nor fondue sets. Perhaps the newlyweds of today aren't as adventurous as their parents were. Yes, that must be it! They just don't understand foreign cuisine, poor darlings. I haven't kept up with woks for ages, ever since we switchedread more