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    • Chocolate Fondue By: Lisa Hodge
      • You may think you need to own a special fondue pot, but while it’s fun to have one, it’s not absolutely necessary.
      • A fondue pot is really just a warming dish on a stand, with a candle underneath the pot to keep what’s in it warm.
    • Without a candle, a regular bowl should stay warm for about 20 minutes.
      • The “special” equipment usually also includes long forks for dipping the fruit into the chocolate, but you can substitute regular forks, bamboo skewers or even long toothpicks.
    • For this chocolate fondue recipe you will need:
      • Fondue Pot
      • Sauce Pan
      • Measuring Cup
      • Teaspoon
      • Whisk
    • Ingredients
      • 16 ounces dark, sweet or semi-sweet chocolate (chips or roughly chopped if from a block)
      • 1 1/2 cups light cream
      • 1 tsp. Vanilla extract
    • Classic Favorites
      • Whole strawberries
      • Apple slices
      • Kiwi
      • Banana slices
      • Pineapple chunks
      • Pear slices
      • Orange sections
      • Seedless grapes
      • Angel food cake
      • Brownies
      • Marshmallows
      • Warm the cream over moderate heat until tiny bubbles show and begins to lightly and slowly boil. Add the chocolate, vanilla, and whisk until smooth.
      • Immediately transfer to a fondue pot heated at low or with a low flame, or serve straight from the pot.
      • Arrange the dippables on a platter or plates around the chocolate pot. Use a fondue fork, bamboo skewer, or salad fork to dip the fruit pieces and other dippables into the hot melted cream chocolate mixture. Eat immediately.
      • If the fondue begins to feel a little stiff, add a tablespoon of heavy cream and stir. It will help it go a little longer. Eventually, it will cook down though and you may need to start a new pot.
    • Variations
      • Add a tablespoon or two of Bailey's Irish Cream to the chocolate.
      • Add a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
      • A good pinch of espresso powder
      • Orange zest or grapefruit zest is nice way to create a slightly fruity chocolate.
      • A few tablespoons of flavoring syrups (the kind used for coffee) can add a nice dimension of flavor as well.
      • White chocolate is always a nice change
      • A chocolate fondue recipe will insure that you have a delectable dessert to serve at your next gathering that's easy, yet irresistible and delicious. Besides, there's a chocolate fondue recipe for everyone, whether you want to combine it with fresh fruit or berries, or over cake or cookie selections.