Are you looking for a fun family activity? Have a fondue party! Fondue parties are a fun way to enjoy a night in with friends and family. Everyone always has a lot of fun dipping foods into the community fondue pot. Use the chocolate fondue recipe below – it’s one of my family’s favorites.
A fondue pot makes it easy to keep the chocolate fondue warm for long periods of time. However, if you don’t have a fondue pot, don’t worry – you can make the stovetop version of this chocolate fondue recipe. Wooden skewers make a good substitute for fondue forks. Plus, you can use them once and throw them away, which is always a bonus if you are worried about double dippers!
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Wondering what to dip in fondue? Here’s a few of my favorite suggestions. *Tip: Slice fruits and foods into bite-sized pieces so they are easier to dip and eat.
Fruit Dipping Suggestions:
- Sliced Bananas (try them frozen, too)
- Large, Seedless Orange Sections
- Pineapple Chunks
- Cantaloupe Cubes
- Sliced Apples
- Sliced Pears
- Dried Mango Slices
Non-Fruit Dipping Suggestions:
- Cake (cut into cubes)
- Pretzel Rods or Sticks
- Cream Puffs
Visit my other blog post, How to Have a Family Fun-due Fondue Party, to download a free Fondue Party Planner guide.
What are your favorite things to dip in chocolate fondue? Have you been to a fondue party? Let us know what you think in the comments below.