For New Years Eve we loved this cheese fondue. It was such a fun way to celebrate. I knew that my chocolate side would come out soon and I would need to try chocolate fondue. Well it happened just in time for Valentine's Day.
Chocolate Fondue is super easy to make... and it is a great way to share a dessert with your special Valentine. I mean you can't help bonding as you try to work together to get out that lost marshmallow.
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Want to know who helped me prepare this post. Tonky cat.
What is your favorite thing to dip in fondue? I chose to have strawberries, oranges, marshmallows and cut up bread pieces. Some other fun ideas are graham crackers, cheese, rice krisipies, or bananas.
63 chocolate kisses (10.4 oz)
4 Tbsp milk
1 tsp vanilla
Prepare a double boiler. If you don't own one you can place a heat safe bowl or another pan over another pan with boiling water. Heat the double boiler using medium high heat. Add the chocolate kisses, milk and vanilla. Stir the mixture continuously until it is completely melted. If the chocolate seems too thick, add more milk.
Transfer to a fondue pot, and keep warm with the candle. Serve with tasty dippers.
Recipe Source: Laura's Baking Talent
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