Chocolate Mallow Fondue

  • Prep Time: 0 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Serves: 6-8,Yield: 4.0cups
  • About This Recipe

    “A recipe from the Dec/Jan 2k1 issue of Taste of Home. So easy and great fun for the whole family!To remove the marshmallow creme from the jar I use a rubber spatula & the fluff just sticks to it.Otherwise microwaving it for a few seconds at a time might make it release easier.”

    Ingredients

  • 2cupssemi-sweet chocolate chips( 12 ounce)
  • 1 (14ounce) cans sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 (7ounce) jars marshmallow creme
  • 1/2 cupmilk
  • 1teaspoonvanilla extract
  • pineapple orbanana, cut into chunks
  • apple, sliced
  • strawberry
  • marshmallow, cubed
  • angel food cake orpoundcake
  • ladyfinger
  • Directions

  • In a heavy saucepan, heat the first five ingredients just until melted.
  • Whisk until smooth.
  • Transfer to fondue pot and keep warm.
  • Serve with fruits and/or cake pieces.
  • Reviews

  • “I made this for work today and was quite pleased.Easy to fix in the morning then reheat in the fondue pot at lunch time. Just keep it in the refrigerator until needed so you could even do it the day before. I used a light spray of cooking oil on my spatula to make getting the fluff out of the jar. I will definitely make it again!”

  • “This tasted a lot like melted fudge!Yum…I forgot to add the milk, but I think it was better that way.Very thick and delicious and stuck very well to anything I dipped into it.”

  • “I made this for a dinner at our house prior to a Valentine’s Day Father/Daughter Dance.Our guests loved it!I made it on the stove and poured it into our mini crockpot, then kept it warm in there.My first time making fondue and it was a big hit!Served it with strawberries, pineapple, marshmallows and pretzels.Will make again!”

  • “This was stellar. My kids made this with a little help from Dh. We would love to try it with fresh fruit like strawberries. We did use apples and Nilla wafers. Yum.”

  • “Made this for my daughter’s 9th birthday.She wanted a fancy party so of course fondue was on the menu.This was really good.All the kids and adults enjoyed it.Prepared it in a double boiler on the stove and transferred some to a small crockpot to keep warm and the rest to the fondue pot.Made a lot but there is only a tiny bit leftover for today.”

  • “Thank you for posting!You have solved my chocolate fondue nightmares forever.I cannot make chocolate fondue successfully to save my life, until this little gem popped up.Made exactly as posted for Big Bear’s Fondon’t night.Heated to eating temp, then dumped in my fondue pot on super low (so as not to scorch).Excellent.Will make again soon. THANKS!Everyone loved it!~Messy44”

  • “Super easy!! Make sure your fondue pot isn’t too hot or you will char the marshmallow cream.”

  • “Super easy to put together & makes alot! Great for our potluck dessert buffet party!”

  • “This was delicious! Makes a very large portion. It filled our mini-crock pot twice, leaving us plenty for everyone. Easy to make. Great texture & flavor.We will make this again!”

  • “My 11 year old daughter likes to have fondue night whenever she has sleepovers. We have tried many differnt recipes and this one has been the over all winner! We served with sara lee cheesecake, pretzel rods, bananas, strawberries, pineapple, marshmallows, and rice crispie treats. The strawberries, and rice cris treats were the overall favorite. It is also great as a hot fudge sauce over ice cream. I use the leftovers (appr. 1.5 cups) for this.”

  • “This was fabulous and really easy.Thanks!”

  • “Had this with my parents for an early Father’s Day supper.It was wonderful!We dipped strawberries, pretzels and marshmallows (for DD).It was very quick to put together and tasted great.We had quite a bit leftover, but I’m sure I can find somewhere for it to go.:)”

  • “FABULOUS chocolate fondue!!!!I made this for dessert last night, but made it ahead so that it would be ready when dinner was done, well everyone was grabbing the fruit (strawberries & bananas), poundcake and pretzels while I was making the dinner.Everyone loved it!!!This makes alot, so next time when making just for my family, will cut the amounts in half.Thanks Tink so much for sharing your wonderful recipe for fondue!!”

  • “Very rich fondue very easy to make. I found it to be a good consistency for dipping fruit. It was on the sweet side and tasted great with bananas dipped then rolled in ground pecans. I served with grapes, strawberries, banana, pretzels and pound cake. Thanks for sharing this recipe.”

  • “This was too good to be true.The only issue I had was with the fluff.I had a very difficult time getting it out of the jar and into the mix.ANy suggestions?”

  • “Made this for the kids as a special dessert in the first day of school. It is sweet, much sweeter than other fondues, but the thicker consistency works really well, especially for kids. Strawberries, apples, and bananas were our favorites, also good were angel food cake, graham cracker sticks, pretzels, and marshmallows. Thanks for sharing the recipe!”

  • “Made this for a Valentine’s Day surprise for DH.We really enjoyed it.He could not guess the secret ingredient, though.(Fluff)I served with strawberries, bananas, fresh pineapple, strawberry marshmallows, graham crackers(for smores) & some apple spice cake.Great recipe, we will enjoy it again.”

  • “Fantastic!I made this for a faculty luncheon at our elementary school ~ everyone loved it!Thank goodness I made a double batch (served 65 with about a cup leftover).The beauty of it is that, even when room temp., it stays velvety smooth.Warming in the microwave did not alter it’s taste or texture, so next time I’m planning a party, I will make this in the morning, cover at room temp. and heat later.We served it with skewered strawberries (in a vase ~ looked like a bouquet of roses!), marshmallows and pretzels.”

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