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White chocolate fondue is a quick and easy dessert to make for a special occasion; serve with strawberries or fruit skewers.

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IngredientsServes: 8

  • 340g white chocolate chips
  • 120ml whipping cream, or more as needed
  • 60ml golden syrup
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Melt white chocolate chips, cream, syrup, butter and salt together in top of a double boiler over simmering water, stirring frequently, until smooth and glossy, 5 to 10 minutes. Remove fondue from heat and stir in vanilla extract.

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by Borderline Kaos

Very easy recipe! Made it for a teen's birthday party, along with a semi-sweet chocolate fondue. Used my Little Dippers CrockPot, stirring every 15 minutes for a little over an hour while I was doing party prep. Once the white chocolate was melted, I whisked everything together for a wonderfully creamy result. The crockpot kept the fondue at a perfect temperature for the party, so I just wound the cord up with a twist tie and put the crockpot right on the table to serve. Will be keeping this one!-26 Nov 2016

by Karina Koji

I made this exactly as directed and it came out runny. It was a translucent yellowish colour, and so diluted by the corn syrup that I had to put another half bag of chocolate in. Next time I'll leave out the corn syrup completely.-14 Feb 2017

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White Chocolate Fondue Recipe

Use top-quality white chocolate bars. See our article on the best white chocolate. One of the most readily available (you can find it at Whole Foods Markets) and popularly-priced is Green & Black&rsquos.


  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream (reserve 1/4 cup to thin if the fondue begins to thicken)
  • 1 pound white chocolate, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons Frangelico or Grand Marnier (or other orange liqueur) (optional)
  • 1/4 cup finely-chopped nuts such as hazelnuts, pistachios or almonds (optional)


Some of the world&rsquos best white chocolate:
Vosges, El Rey, Green & Black&rsquos, Caffe Tasse and Chocovic.

  1. Heat 3/4 cup cream in a heavy non-reactive saucepan or in double-boiler over moderate heat, until the cream comes to a simmer.
  2. Remove the pan from the heat and add the chocolate. Let the chocolate stand in the hot cream 3 minutes to soften, then whisk the chocolate together until smooth.
  3. Stir in the liqueur and/or chopped nuts and transfer the fondue to a fondue pot. If you don&rsquot have a fondue pot or a brazier, use a ceramic bowl on a rack above a lit votive or tea candle.
  4. If the fondue becomes too thick, stir in the reserved cream, 1 tablespoon at a time, to the desired consistency.


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CAPSULE REPORT: So easy to make, these two recipes from the brownie makers at Sugardaddy&rsquos Sumptuous Sweeties make us wonder why we don&rsquot have chocolate fondue more often. Treat the family. Call up some friends to get together for a fondue party featuring both recipes below&mdashfor chocolate fondue and white chocolate fondue. This is Page 1 of a three-page article. Click on the black links below to visit other pages.


Chocolate fondue is an exciting dessert: rich, luscious, sexy. It has appeal to children and adults alike (don&rsquot call it sexy in front of the kids, though). Chocolate fondue is so simple to prepare: Why don&rsquot we have it more often? It&rsquos light enough to provide a small amount of sweetness at the end of a meal (fresh fruit dipped in just a tiny bit of chocolate), and lavish enough to cure anyone&rsquos hankering for a chocolate hoe-down.

What could be better than chocolate fondue? A pot of white chocolate fondue, right next to it! The key to good fondue is good chocolate, and good dippers. And good company, of course&mdashfondue is a dish to share.

Chocolate Fondue Recipe


  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream (reserve 1/4 cup to thin if the fondue
    begins to thicken)
  • 1 pound bittersweet chocolate, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons Amaretto or Kahlua liqueur (optional)
  • 1/4 cup finely-chopped nuts such as walnuts or almonds (optional)


  1. Heat 3/4 cup cream in a heavy non-reactive saucepan or in double-boiler over moderate heat, until the cream comes to a simmer.
  2. Remove the pan from the heat and add the chocolate. Let the chocolate stand in the hot cream 3 minutes to soften, then whisk the chocolate together until smooth.
  3. Stir in the liqueur and/or chopped nuts and transfer the fondue to a fondue pot. If you don&rsquot have a fondue pot or a brazier, use a ceramic bowl on a rack above a lit votive or tea candle.
  4. If the fondue becomes too thick, stir in the reserved cream, 1 tablespoon at a time, to the desired consistency.

Like any recipe, your chocolate fondue will taste better when you use the finest ingredients. White chocolate is especially dicey: some of less expensive brands are made with vegetable oil instead of cocoa butter, which is one of the reasons some people don&rsquot like white chocolate&mdashthe vegetable oil versions lack the flavor of chocolate, which, in white chocolate, comes from the cocoa butter because no cocoa solids are used. Read the label before you buy the chocolate, and avoid any chocolate that contains vegetable oil.

Use good chocolate&mdashnot the cheap stuff&mdashto make chocolate fondue. Shown above, DeBrand chocolate bars.


How To Make Chocolate Fondue

All you need is chocolate chips, a can of evaporated milk, vanilla extract and in this case, some dark rum. Because you know we have to add our little boozy touch to this epic dessert.

Yes, of course, you can leave the rum out if you like. Just simply omit it from the recipe and you&rsquoll be good to go. But if you&rsquore good with the boozy addition, you can also add bourbon, amaretto or flavored vodka instead of the rum.

Microwave the ingredients in a bowl in 30 second intervals until it&rsquos completely smooth. Stir the chocolate fondue in between microwaving to help it along. This fondue will stay liquid for about 3 to 4 hours, definitely long enough for dessert to take place.

But if it does firm up on you, just pop it into the microwave and soften it up again. Now let&rsquos talk about what to dip in this chocolate fondue!

White Chocolate Apricot Fondue

1 can (12 ounces) pitted apricots 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1 cup half-and-half 1 cup mascarpone 18 ounces white chocolate, chopped (use White chocolate, not coating) 3 tablespoons apricot liqueur 1 tablespoon Amaretto or Frangelico

Nutritional information

572 Calories (62% from fat) &bull carb. 44g &bull pro. 7g &bull fat 39g &bull sat. fat 23g &bull chol. 69mg &bull sod. 96mg &bull calc. 255mg &bull fiber 1g


Place the apricots in the Cuisinart® Food Processor fitted with the metal blade. Process until smooth and puréed, about 20 seconds. Stir in lemon juice reserve. Place the half-and-half and mascarpone in the Cuisinart® Fondue Pot. Heat using Setting 5 - 6, until bubbling. Reduce the heat to Setting 3-½ and stir until the mascarpone is completely incorporated in the cream. Gradually add the white chocolate, ½ cup at a time, whisking it in and stirring until it is completely melted before each addition. Stir in the liqueurs. Reduce the heat to Setting 3 to serve the fondue. Just before serving, measure out ½ cup of the apricot purée. Drizzle the apricot purée into the fondue and swirl with a knife for a marbleized effect.

Dessert Fondues

1. S’mores Fondue Recipe

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Take s’mores to the next level by making individual s’more skewers and smothering them in s’mores fondue. It’s the right thing to do.

2. Easy Chocolate Fondue Recipe

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When you just want some basic chocolate to satisfy your sweet tooth, this chocolate fondue recipe is as easy as it gets — two ingredients and it only takes seven minutes to make.

3. Chocolate and Peanut Butter Fondue Recipe

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Okay, seriously, all it takes to make this chocolatey dip is popping peanut butter and Hershey spread into a microwave? We’re in. We vote for pretzels, marshmallows and Rice Krispie treats as our dipping ingredients of choice.

4. 3-Ingredient Caramel Fondue Recipe

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We’d gladly suffer a toothache for this beautiful caramel fondue. Don’t forget a sprinkle of sea salt at the end.

5. Slow Cooker Butterscotch Fondue Recipe

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Pour all the ingredients in a slow cooker, walk away for a few hours and come back to a perfectly rich butterscotch sauce. There’s so little work involved, we almost feel guilty…almost.

6. Cake Batter Fondue Recipe

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Cake batter anything is always a good idea. Amy from Oh Bite It takes it to another level and scoops up her cake batter fondue with Quaker Oat Chocolate Chewy bars.

7. Matcha White Chocolate Fondue Recipe

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White chocolate is the perfect base for adding matcha in this creamy and decadent fondue, also known as the dessert that you will finish in the first five minutes without realizing.

8. Red Velvet Fondue Recipe

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Double down and make red velvet cheesecake bites to go with this red velvet fondue, because #yolo.

9. Chocolate Cheesecake Fondue Recipe

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Nevermind, don’t even bother with cheesecake. Just make chocolate cheesecake fondue. It’s not cheating it’s called efficiency.

10. Orange Chocolate Fondue Recipe

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The touch of orange in this fondue will impress any date with your

knowledge, and it’s much easier than it sounds.

White Chocolate Fondue

This recipe for White Chocolate Fondue couldn’t be easier. It only has three ingredients and tastes like a dream! It’s fabulous with strawberries, cinnamon bears, pound cake, dried mango, oreos…and really, just about anything else. I made a batch this past week to serve at our Young Womens Mother Daughter Fondue and Game Night, see that post HERE. It was a hit! Watch for a Butterscotch Peanut Butter Fondue Recipe coming up later this week.

Let me show you how to make to make it happen!

1. Into a large, heavy sauce pan place 2 (11 ounce) packages of white chocolate chips. Pour 1 C heavy cream over the top.

2. Place 1 tsp coconut oil (or shortening) into the pan. This will give it just a little bit of a glossy shine and allow the chocolate to be nice and smooth.
3. Turn the heat to medium low and stir it together as the chocolate melts. It will look a little bit weird at first, no worries. You want to be sure not to get it too hot. It’s best to let it melt at lower heat. White chocolate can be a bit temperamental and will harden up on you if it gets too hot before it has melted.

4. When it has melted, add a dash of salt and give it a nice stir. Place the mixture in a crock pot or fondue pot to serve alongside your favorite dippers. Strawberries, dried mangos, cinnamon bears, Oreos, pretzel rods, etc.

A meatless yet rich dish that would make a perfect appetizer for a group dinner.

Good news—vegans can fondue too with this plant-based cheese.

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Cut cinnamon sticks in half lengthwise and break each half into several pieces.

Combine cream and half of cinnamon pieces in a small saucepan. Bring to a rolling boil, remove from heat and let stand for 15 minutes.

Add remaining cinnamon stick pieces. Return to heat and return to a boil. Remove from heat, cover and let stand for an additional 15 minutes.

Place white chocolate in a medium bowl. Return cream to heat once more to a boil.

Pour through a strainer into the bowl with the white chocolate. Let stand for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring until smooth. Stir in Kahlua.

Serve warm in a fondue pot with your choice of dippers.

NOTE: When making this, once the cream comes to a boil or a good simmer, immediately pull it from the heat to prevent scalding.

White chocolate fondue recipe - Recipes

Fondues may seem like a relic of another era, when your parents (or grandparents) rocked polyester pantsuits and talked about the Watergate scandal while dipping bread cubes into pots of cheese or chocolate. But, this retro recipe group needs to make a comeback. The best place to start? With a dessert chocolate fondue recipe, of course.

If you’re looking for romantic dinner ideas, there are some easy go-tos like steak, lobster tails and baked potatoes. But, after you put forth a ton of effort into cooking dinner and making drinks, you may just want a simple chocolate dessert option, which is where an easy chocolate fondue comes into handy.

How to Make a Chocolate Fondue

Making a chocolate fondue is as easy as creating a double boiler. Simmer a few inches of water in a medium-sized pot, then add a nonreactive (glass or metal) bowl on top of said pot. Heat 1 cup of heavy cream, and then stir in 12 ounces of chocolate chips. After the chocolate is fully melted, add in a splash of vanilla, and transfer the whole thing to a fondue pot on low! It’s just that simple.

But wait, I don’t have a fondue pot!

That’s OK. If you don’t have a fondue pot, you can just keep the chocolate mixture in the bowl you heated it up in. You may want to add a bit more cream to make it a bit thinner so it doesn’t seize, but other than that dip away. If the chocolate starts to solidify you can pop it in the microwave for a few seconds. If you don't have fondue forks, you can use skewers or regular forks instead.

How to take your chocolate fondue to the next level

Chocolate fondues can be super simple with the basic combination of chocolate, cream and vanilla, but there are easy ways to amp up the flavors. If it’s an adults-only affair, swap the vanilla for a few tablespoons of the liqueur of your choice. Coffee liqueur, amaretto, cherry liqueur, creme de menth, Grand Marnier or even cognac all add depth to fondues.

For extra flavor without the booze, you can add in a few sprinkles of espresso powder or the zest of an orange along with a few tablespoons of fresh orange juice.

If you’re entertaining kids, add some sprinkles to the top of your fondue pot for a fun splash of color (and extra sugar, of course).

Chocolate fondue dipper ideas

Playing with your food is the best part of chocolate fondue, so get creative with your dippers. Sliced fruits like strawberries, oranges, kiwi, apples, pears and other berries are classic. You can make your fruits into a fun presentation by using fruit cutters to turn them into stars, hearts or little animals.

If you’re in a baking mood, angel food cake, shortbread and rice krispie treats are also great when dipped in chocolate Or, keep it simple and use marshmallows, caramels, pretzels or graham crackers.

Easy Chocolate Fondue Recipe


  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 12 ounces semisweet chocolate chips (or dark chocolate or white chocolate, whatever you prefer)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • Sliced fruit (strawberries, bananas, raspberries, apples, pears, or whatever sounds good to you)
  • Angel food cake, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • Marshmallows, pretzels or graham crackers

Step 1: Make a double boiler by simmering a few inches of water in a medium pot. Add a heat-safe metal or glass bowl on top of the pot, making sure the bowl is secure and the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water.

Step 2: Heat 1 cup heavy cream in double boiler until warm.

Step 3: Add 12 ounces of chocolate chips, stirring quickly and constantly until the chocolate is fully melted.

Step 4: Add in 1 teaspoon of vanilla and stir until combined.

Step 5: Remove from heat and transfer to a fondue pot, set on its lowest setting.

Step 6: Enjoy your fondue! Skewer sliced fruit, marshmallows, angel food cake or whatever you feel like and dip into the fondue.

Watch the video: Bettys Dramatic White Chocolate Fondue


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