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The easiest chocolate fondue recipe you can make in the slow cooker. This recipe only takes 3 ingredients. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or a fun night at home with family and friends.
THE EASIEST CHOCOLATE FONDUE
Looking for a fancy dessert for Valentine’s Day? Or a fun dessert for practically any other night of the year? (Because really, who can resist this yummy dessert?)
Meet the easiest chocolate fondue recipe. Ever.
My sweet sister shared this recipe with us years ago and it’s now the only recipe we use. In fact, my children ask often when we are going to have another fondue night. It has become a favorite Valentine’s Day tradition.
Any recipe that takes only 3 seconds to prep becomes a favorite in my book. But it’s delicious, too.
No fondue pot required! I use this small slow cooker.
Just throw the 2 ingredients into the slow cooker, grab your favorite fondue dippers and you are set to have a fun and interactive dessert with those you love.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO MAKE SLOW COOKER CHOCOLATE FONDUE
- 12 ounce Milk Chocolate Symphony Chocolate Bar
- 1 cup heavy cream
- small slow cooker
- fondue sticks or skewers
*This amount will make enough for about 8-10 people. You can easily double or triple this recipe to feed a larger crowd.
WHAT TO DIP IN CHOCOLATE FONDUE
Anything is good in chocolate, right? Really, the sky is the limit as to what you can dip in this yummy chocolate fondue recipe. Here’s some of our favorites:
- fresh strawberries
- angel food cake, cubed
- fresh pineapple
- long pretzels
- donut holes
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The easiest slow cooker chocolate fondue that’s perfect for Valentines’ Day, New Years, or any other time you want a fun and interactive dessert!
- 12 oz. Symphony Bar (milk chocolate or any variety)
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- Turn your slow cooker on low. Add both ingredients and heat for 1 1/2-2 hours. Stir occasionally.
- Once melted, turn to warm or keep on low.
- Dip your favorite things.
- Category: Desserts
Keywords: fondue, chocolate fondue, slow cooker
Recipe from my sister Kristin Martha.