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Chocolate Fondue Recipe

Chocolate Fondue Recipes for Which You'll Ditch Your Diet

Originated in Switzerland and bearing a French name, chocolate fondue will certainly satiate your taste buds. Here are some easy recipes to prepare this delightful treat.
Buzzle Staff
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2017
Original Chocolate Fondue
» 1 10-ounce packet milk chocolate
» ¼ cup milk
» 1 tablespoon peanut butter (any brand)
Use a double boiler if you have it or you can use a thick-bottomed dish. You have to be very careful in case you are using a thick-bottomed dish because there are more chances of the chocolate getting burned in this. Mix the chocolate along with the milk and keep it in the double boiler and stir the mixture continuously over medium heat. Then remove the mixture from the flame and pour it into a fondue pot with a very low heat source under it, stirring continuously for around 1 hour. After around 1 hour, if you find the done fondue very thick, then you can dilute it by pouring some more milk in it. Serve moderately hot with cake pieces, fruits, like strawberries or oranges, or marshmallows on skewers.
Swiss Chocolate Fondue
» 3 3-ounce chocolate bars
» ½ cup cream
» 2 tablespoons vanilla essence
Melt the chocolate bars along with the cream and vanilla essence in a thick-bottomed pan over low heat, stirring continuously till it comes to a boil. Then reduce the heat and keep stirring for another 5 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and allow the mixture to cool a bit. Next pour it into a fondue pot or ceramic dish and serve. It's served with a slice of angel food cake, slices of orange, or wedges of strawberries.
Chocolate Fondue with Brandy
» 8 ounces chocolate bar, which is moderately sweet
» 4 ounces chocolate bar which is not at all sweet
» 1 cup cream
» 2 tablespoons sugar
» 2 tablespoons cream
» 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
» ½ teaspoon chili powder
» ½ teaspoon brandy
Grate the chocolate bars, place it in a thick-bottomed pan, and then add the sugar to it. Place the pan over medium heat and keep stirring. Once the mixture comes to a boil, reduce the heat to low and keep stirring for another 2-3 minutes. Then remove it from the heat and keep it down. Cool the mixture for a little while, then add the cinnamon, chili powder, brandy, and finally the cream, and stir quickly. Pour it into a ceramic dish if you do not have a fondue pot and serve it slightly hot with some wafer biscuits, angel food cake, or strawberries.
Chocolate Fondue with a Swirl of Rum
» 7 ounces chocolate (grated)
» ½ cup cream
» 2 tablespoons butter
» 2 tablespoons yogurt
» 1½ tablespoons rum
Melt the chocolate pieces in a double boiler and set aside once it melts by stirring continuously. In a thick-bottomed vessel, heat the butter, yogurt, and cream stirring continuously till the butter melts and blends with the cream thoroughly. There's no need of reaching the boiling stage for this mixture. It should only become hot. Just before it bubbles up to boil, turn off the heat and add the rum. Then add this mixture to the melted chocolate and stir slowly until both the mixtures are blended well. Pour it into a fondue pot or if you do not have a fondue pot, any ceramic pot will do. Serve the rum fondue slightly warm with cut fruits, cake pieces, or marshmallows.
Chocolate Fondue and Marshmallow