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Holiday Entertaining: Fun with Fondue

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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.


  • 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!

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