Chocolate Fondue

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Chocolate Fondue

A simple and easy way to enjoy sharing a chocolate escape with friends or a date. One fondue pot and you are on your way.

Fondue holds a special place in my heart as well as my taste buds! Fondue is almost always my birthday dinner. I am talking cheese, then chocolate, of course. When I was growing up, I learned that if you dropped what you were dipping into the fondue, it was a kiss on the cheek of the person to your right. Not too exciting when you are 10 years old and that person is your brother. Still, it was always a delicious time!

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 5 mins
  • Servings: 4


  • 8 fluid oz heavy cream
  • 12 oz good-quality dark or milk chocolate
  • a flavoring (see instructions)
  • enough bite-sized fruit and/or desserts for dippin’ for 4 people



In a pot, add your cream and place over medium heat. Stir your cream and gently bring to just barely a boil. Add your chocolate and stir until mixed. Add your flavorings and place your fondue in your fondue pot with a burner or candle underneath to keep your chocolate warm.

If the chocolate fondue starts thickening, you can add a 1 tsp. of heavy cream and stir well to keep the chocolate thin and stretch it out.

Options for Flavorings:

2 teaspoons of Grand Marnier or favorite liqueur
1 pinch of Chipotle chili powder for a kick
1 pinch of espresso, 1 tsp. of vanilla and 2 Tbsp. of finely-chopped hazelnuts
2 Tbsp. marshmallow fluff with 1 tsp. of vanilla extract

Your plate of treats can really be anything that goes well with chocolate and can be speared by a fondue stick. Get creative and have fun. Rice Crispy treats, pound cake cut into small squares, marshmallows, strawberries and bananas are all good choices.

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