Saturday, March 29, 2014

Chocolate Fondue Review

Instant happiness, just add chocolate. So adding chocolate fondue to your dessert world means not only happiness but fun, too. I dipped into the melting pot of Web pages to find you lots of suggestions for chocolate fondue recipes, tips and ideas.

Dark Chocolate Fondue Recipe


Plain old chocolate is always delicious, but adding in some sophisticated extras can make your own fondue extra special. MSchindel found the The Best Chocolate Fondue Recipe for Dark Chocolate Lovers. Alright, I will admit it. This is one I am in love with. So I'm letting the secret out. It's honey and Cognac that makes this recipe extra special.

She gives us plenty of suggestions for making this chocolate fondue recipe a different but still special treat. It's a wonderful recipe for a romantic dinner dessert. It's a wonderful recipe for serving to guests. But, this is a chocolate fondue that any sophisticated taste will enjoy.

Chocolate and Hazelnut 


I'm not limiting my chocolate fondue choices to just Cognac though. How about some hazelnut liqueur? That's a special ingredient in BlueObsidian's Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue.

It's a simple recipe with plenty of taste. One worth serving to family and friends. She adds a nice selection of goodies to dip into that Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue. My favorite suggestion is fudge. Talk about a double whammy of chocolate. I think I'm in heaven!

Basic Chocolate Fondue Recipe


A good basic fondue recipe is always needed. If you have young children in the family or gathering, you probably don't want to serve them liqueur-based chocolate. RatRaceRebel shares her favorite basic Chocolate Fondue Recipe. It's simple and easy.

Oh, yes, she also offers a more grown-up tasting recipe. But the basic works great for children's dipping. She even suggests ideas for birthday party fondues. Imagine topping fondue dips with candy sprinkles! Perfect birthday party fun.

Melting Chocolate for Fondue and More


Maybe you would love to make a chocolate fondue, but really aren't sure how best to melt the chocolate. Stangerj tells you how. He has plenty of other special notes in his page Chocolate Fondue Recipe - Enjoy. Plus, a great recipe for basic chocolate fondue.

There's more, though. He even offers a tempting recipe for sugar-free fondue. Now there is something worth trying if going without the sugar is important to you.


10 comments:

  1. One should never read a whole bunch of chocolate fondue recipes at 8:00 o'clock in the morning... now I want chocolate dipped goodies with my morning coffee! :-). Such a yummy sounding list of recipes and suggestions for chocolate fondue!

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  2. Wow! You have found some great pages on chocolate fondue. They all sound delicious...but that dark chocolate one would be the most tempting for me.

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  3. Everything tastes better with chocolate. Thank you for the great list of fondue ideas. I'm off to plan a chocolate party!

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    1. I will be expecting my invitation to your chocolate party!

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  4. I'm all for instant happiness. Bring it on!

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  5. I'm hungry now! LOL These fondue recipes sound sumptuous! Can't wait to check them all out. Fondue is one of my all-time favorites so I am thrilled to have you point me to some different recipes!

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  6. Sounds like the perfect breakfast! lol Yes, you guessed it, I am drinking my first cup of coffee for the morning and reading about your fabulous chocolate fondue recipe recommendations. This chocoholic would love some chocolate fondue right now, to relish while I read :)

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    1. I think chocolate works great for breakfast, well, and lunch, and dinner and every in between meal snack and, OK, I think you get the idea!

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  7. Susan, thanks SO much for sharing my Dark Chocolate Fondue with Honey and Cognac recipe article! I'm truly honored. And thanks also for introducing me to several other yummy-looking chocolate fondue recipe articles on Squidoo. :D

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