You don't want to miss this easy chocolate fondue recipe – just 2 steps. Plus get ideas for chocolate fondue dippers you'll love!
Chocolate Fondue Recipe – SUPER Delicious and Easy to Make
🍴 Menu Plan Note: This recipe can also be found in Slow Cooker Menu Plan: Week 12!
Chocolate fondue is a super fun and is SO easy to make and delicious too.
All you need are a few different brands of chocolates (we prefer milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and semi-sweet chocolate chips- but feel free to use white chocolate or even peanut butter flavored chips if you'd like).
This crockpot chocolate fondue recipe creates a decadent chocolate dipping sauce that you can use for dipping fresh fruit, graham crackers, angel food cake, strawberries bananas, and more.
What's best is that you probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry. Grab your favorite slow cooker and let's get cooking!
How to make chocolate fondue in 2 easy steps:
1. Simply grab your fondue ingredients, mix together in your slow cooker, and set on LOW for 2 – 3 hours. Be sure to check in every hour to mix the items.
2. Serve with your favorite dipping items
What do you dip in Chocolate Fondue?
There are SO many options for what you can dip in your chocolate sauce. Here are some of our ideas, but be sure to let us know if you have any other ideas!
- Rice Krispie Treats
- Sliced Bananas
- Shortbread Cookies
- Pretzel Rods
- Pound Cake Cubes
Chocolate Fondue Recipe
- slow cooker
- 11.5 oz Milk Chocolate Chips
- 10 oz Dark Chocolate Chips
- 12 oz Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
- 15 oz Cream of Coconut Canned
- 12 oz Evaporated Milk
- 1 Cup Brewed Coffee, Strong
- 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
- Dipping Items Ideas: rice krispie treats, sliced bananas, strawberries, shortbread cookies, pretzel rods, pound cake cubes, marshmallows
- Combine all ingredients into a sprayed or lined slow cooker and stir until smooth. Cover and cook on low 2 - 3 hours, stirring every hour until all chocolate is melted and well combined.
- Serve warm with favorite dippers!
Can you flavor homemade fondue?
If you're not a fan of strong chocolate flavors in this chocolate fondue recipe, you could easily incorporate additional flavors into your fondue. Simply add a small amount of flavoring extract. I would love to try peppermint, hazelnut, or almond!
Can I use chocolate bars instead of chocolate chips?
If you're really wanting to make this chocolate fondue recipe, but all you have on hand is chocolate bars, you could definitely use those instead of chocolate chips – however, be aware that depending on the quality of the chocolate, you may need to add additional heavy cream or additional cream of coconut to get the correct consistency for a chocolate fountain type flow 🙂
I don't have a slow cooker – can I make this recipe in a fondue pot?
You absolutely can create this chocolate sauce in a fondue pot. Simply combine the ingredients over medium heat and be sure to stir completely to incorporate your ingredients.
This chocolate fondue recipe would be a lot of fun for Valentine's Day, or really any day as a surprise for your family. If you give it a try, let us know what your favorite toppings were!
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