Chocolate Fondue Party

A few weeks ago for my girls' youth group activity we had a fondue night.

As you may have imagined, the girls swooned over all the treats to dip in melted chocolate. But who am I kidding, the adults swooned too!

I love thinking of fun things to dip in fondue, the possibilities are seriously endless! Plus, my friends made two different kinds of fondue and I loved them both so the recipes are below. Although I think the marshmallow one was my favorite! You can choose which one you want to try or have both like we did!

Here are the goodies we dipped:

Strawberries, of course!

Bananas, they cancel out the calories in the chocolate, right?

Homemade pound cake

Green Apples and Pink Lady Apple Slices

Graham crackers, pretzels, marshmallows

Brownies, why wouldn't you dip chocolate in chocolate?

  Use a fondue pot or if you don't have one use a crock pot, regular sized or mini!

Using condiment sized cups was perfect portion control. Plus, by leaving the majority of the chocolate in the crock pot or fondue pot, it stays warm. You could use small bowls too. Or you could all stand around the fondue pot eating chocolate dipped goodies for hours.
 Just saying.

My loot!

Chocolate Fondue Party
The Apron Gal
Simple Chocolate Fondue
from Eagle Brand  

1 cup chocolate chips (milk, semi-sweet, or dark)
2 tablespoons butter
1 (14 ounce) can Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 tablespoons water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Place chocolate chips, butter, condensed milk and water in heavy saucepan.  Melt mixture over medium heat, stirring constantly until thickened. Remove pan from stove and stir in vanilla.


Chocolate Marshmallow Fluff Fondue
from Stephanie O'Dea

7 oz milk chocolate
3 oz white chocolate
1 cup marshmallow fluff
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
1 T almond extract (or vanilla if you don't have almond)


Break up the chocolate bars into a small crock pot or on the stove .

Add the almond extract  and the whipping cream. Scoop out a cup of marshmallow fluff from the jar.

Cover, and plug in the crock pot. Cook for about 90 minutes, stirring every 30 minutes or so. Or stir in a pot on the stove until chocolate is all melted and gooey and delicious.

Keep hot in a fondue pot or in a crock pot.

Serve with:
  • Fruit: strawberries, bananas, pineapple
  • Brownies
  • Pound cake
  • Marshmallows
  • Pretzels
  • Graham Crackers
  • Nuts
  • Anything else fun you can think of! 

Now invite all your girlfriends over and eat pounds of chocolate while watching a chick flick and gossiping. Then, remember life is good!

Happy Fondue-ing!

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