Categories

Holiday Entertaining: Fun with Fondue

Photo: Aimee of Simple Bites

Fondue has long been a traditional way to ring in the New Year – fondue pots are pulled out after Christmas and filled with cheese, chocolate, caramel, or even just oil for the most basic meat fondue. It’s a fun way to entertain, whether you have a large group or small circle of friends together to celebrate. Whether you want your fondue fancy or just for family, here are a handful of recipes, from cheese to chocolate, to make your New Year’s Eve more special.

nggallery id=’120206′

  • Beer Fondue with Swiss & Cheddar 1 of 5
    Beer Fondue with Swiss & Cheddar
    Nevermind New Year's Eve - this fondue will become a staple if you have fans in front of the football game!
    The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • Chocolate Fondue or Nutella Fondue 2 of 5
    Chocolate Fondue or Nutella Fondue
    Chocolate fondue is a classic - and so easy to make! Fancy it up by swirling in some Nutella - oh yes.
    The Family Kitchen has the recipe!
  • “Fun-due” for the Whole Family 3 of 5
    "Fun-due" for the Whole Family
    A big pot of cheesy love is a great way to celebrate with the whole family - kids love to dip foods in other foods, especially when gooey cheese is involved!
    Simple Bites has the recipe!
  • Ricotta & Fruit Fondue 4 of 5
    Ricotta & Fruit Fondue
    Here's a great option when you want something not quite so indulgent - an interesting use of ricotta, in fondue served with fresh fruit!
    Family Bites has the recipe!
  • Sticky Toffee Fondue 5 of 5
    Sticky Toffee Fondue
    Why should chocolate get all the attention? Try serving a vat of sticky toffee with fresh fruit, cookies and cake - even popcorn. Yum!
    Dinner with Julie has the recipe!

Or try cheese fondue with chipotle and tequila –
The Family Kitchen has the recipe!

FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterest
Tagged as: , , , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.

FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrPinterest