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Make Crock Pot Chocolate Fondue for a rich and chocolatey dessert for an occasion. This is one of the easiest dessert you will make.
Crock Pot Chocolate Fondue:
Crockpot fondue is a delicious recipe that is easy to make thanks to the crock pot. Simple ingredients makes this dessert so delicious. It is rich and creamy and perfect for Valentine’s Day or for any special occasion.
Dip your favorite fruit, cake or crackers into this delicious chocolate fondue dessert. We will show you how to store your leftover and to reheat to enjoy the next day.
Grab your favorite chocolate chips so you can make this delicious Chocolate Fondue today. If you are looking for a great date night in, serve chocolate fondue with a glass of white wine.
Can you use a Crockpot instead of a Fondue Pot?
Yes, using the slow cooker to make crockpot chocolate fondue is easy and delicious. We all love using our crock pot for dinner, why not make dessert in it too.
Slow Cooker Chocolate Fondue Recipe is perfect for any occasion. I love to make for baby showers, wedding showers, or to surprise the kids after school.
You can even make cheese fondue like the classic Swiss cheese fondue with garlic cloves.
How Long does it Take to Melt Chocolate in a Crock Pot:
After adding in the chocolate chips and the other ingredients, cook on low for about 1 to 2 hours. What helps to cook the chocolate evenly is by stirring it every 20 minutes.
What type of Chocolate is best for Fondue?
We recommend using quality chocolate for this dessert. Since this recipe only requires a few ingredients, I do like to buy good chocolate to make this chocolate fondue.
We used semi-sweet chocolate and milk chocolate in this recipe, but you can easily use different flavors. Feel free to use chopped bakers chocolate as well.
- Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- Heavy Whipping Cream
- Vanilla Extract
- Dippers: Marshmallows, graham crackers, pretzels, fruit, cake, etc.
How to Make Fondue in a Crock Pot:
- Step 1 – Place Ingredients in the slow cooker – Place the chocolate, heavy cream, vanilla extract and salt in a small crock pot. I used a 2 quart crock pot for this recipe.
- Step 2 – Cover and Cook – Cover on low for 1-2 hours, stirring every 20-30 minutes, until fully melted.
- Step 3 – Serve and Enjoy – Then serve with your favorite dippers and enjoy! Keep in slow cooker to warm and serve.
Best Chocolate Fondue Dippers:
This Chocolate Fondue Dessert is delicious served with your favorite dippers. These are some of my favorites.
I like to setup a charcuterie board of all of my favorite dippers. The great thing about this dessert is you can serve the fondue in the crock pot on the warm setting. This allows it to keep it warm while serving.
- Fresh Fruit – Strawberries, bananas, pineapple, slice apples or cherries.
- Cookies – Really any types of cookies will work dipping into this melted chocolate. I like to get the mini size cookies to dip into the chocolate or another favorite is Oreos.
- Cake – Dice up angel food cake or pound cake and serve on your platter. Really any type of cake would work. You can even dice up brownies, rice krispie treats, or granola bars.
- Crackers – Add your favorite crackers or pretzels for a sweet and salty treat. My kids have even dipped their favorite chips in the chocolate dessert.
Chocolate Fondue Variations:
- Make Peanut Butter Fondue – As the chocolate is melting mix in regular peanut butter to the chocolate. For even more peanut butter flavor, add in more before serving.
- Add in Toffee – This chocolate fondue is delicious with added in toffee bits. We think this is the ultimate chocolate fondue mixture.
- Holiday Chocolate Fondue – If you want to serve for the holiday, add in a teaspoon of peppermint extract. You can always add in more for more peppermint flavor.
How to Store Leftover Fondue:
Store the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 1 week.
Can you Reheat Leftover Fondue?
When reheating, add in more cream or milk to thin out the chocolate as it will thicken as its stored.
We like reheating in the slow cooker or if you have a small amount, reheat in the microwave.
Print Recipe here for Crock Pot Fondue:
Crock Pot Chocolate Fondue
- Place the chocolate, heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract and salt in a small crock pot. I used a 2 quart crock pot for this recipe.
- Cover on low for 1-2 hours, stirring every 20-30 minutes, until fully melted.
- Then serve with your favorite dippers and enjoy!
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